Fiora assists Shulk and Reyn in collecting replacement cylinders for the Mobile Artillery and fighting off the Mechonwhen they attack Colony 9. Most Mechon Unique Monsters take their names from the ". With the exception of several Story-Excl… After the events of Galahad Fortress, Fiora has a different appearance with a mechanised body; she now possesses a skin-tight white partial exoskeleton and a shorter haircut. The 80-series are significantly taller than a Homs, are the most humanoid series, and have fairly high stats. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. 30-series Mechon are small aerial enemies and have low stats. 90-series Mechon are extremely large, possess large pincers, and are often several levels above surrounding enemies. Larger Mechon (such as the M72 and M82 models) are shown to use their flower-bud appendage to ingest Homs and devour them, albeit only in cutscenes. Mechonis Armour is exclusive to Fiora, and with a few exceptions is the only type of armour she can equip on her mechanised body. While at first glance, some Mechon appear to be quite graceful in their movements, the majority are quite clunky and only able to move in jerky movements. But Homs pilots ordinarily cannot survive outside their Mechon for long, because they have an altered immune system and several organs removed for integration with the Mechon. Larger Mechon are more resilient to damage. The rare 100-series, found only in Sword Valley and in the Central Factory, are the size of buildings and are the most powerful enemies in their areas stats wise. The red light seen on the Faced Mechon is Homs blood. They have nine general designs, each having two colour variants. There are three colour variants of each design. Drones are a special case. Xenoblade Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. She pilots it, firing off several rounds of ammunition at Metal Face. Machine-God Soldiers, Mechonis Soldiers; English dub: /ˈmɛkɒn/) are a "race" of mechanical beings who reside on the giant Mechonis in Xenoblade Chronicles, and are constantly at war with the Homs on Bionis. Despite all this, Metal Face takes very little damage and stabs Fiora, apparently killin… 50-series Mechon are slightly more than half the height of a man and are characterized by curved claws that are fairly large relative to their body. Although classified as feet armour, they change the appearance of the winglike equipment on Fiora's back. https://xenoblade.fandom.com/wiki/Mechon?oldid=468983. Most Mechon have no resistance to ether-based attacks. There is also a seventh design which combines a seventh arm design with parts of other designs. A sub-set of Mechon, Faced Mechon are so named due to the fact that they possess stylized faces. Faced Mechon are immune to the effects of the Monado; some believe this to be an effect of all Faced Mechon having modified Homs inside as pilots, with the exception of Gold Face. https://xenoblade.fandom.com/wiki/Mechonis_Armour?oldid=464633. The second theory is more likely, as some Mechon in the lower parts of the Ether Mines share this colouration. This resistance does not apply to the Monado, which is able to do physical damage to Mechon. Note: Unless otherwise stated, Mechon are generally Sight and Species Monsters. Below is a list of Faced Mechon featured in Xenoblade Chronicles. There is no direct relationship between the designs of drones and other Mechonis armour parts. While Mechon come in a variety of shapes and sizes, they all generally are comprised of dark blue and gold metal armor, with visible working parts beneath (the blue being so dark as to appear nearly black in many cases). Fiora's starting outfit consists of a small top that reveals her midriff but conceals the navel. Pilots have the ability to dismount their Mechon at will. There are also two Mechon that do not belong in any series: The Apocrypha Generator (a large spherical Mechon) and the Ancient Daedala (which closely resembles the 60-series but is comparable in size to the 100-series). There is also a seventh design which combines a seventh arm design with parts of other designs. The Monado can also cast an Enchant aura on nearby weapons, enabling them to likewise inflict physical damage on Mechon. In Sword Valley, many broken, copper-coloured Mechon can be seen. Mechonis Armour is exclusive to Fiora, and with a few exceptions is the only type of armour she can equip on her mechanised body. The 70-series are characterized by tentacles and lack of an obvious "front". All these Faced Mechon are bosses except Face Nemesis, which appears as a story exclusive enemy; Temporal Gawain, which is an Unique Monster; and Mass-Produced Faces, which are minor enemies (a story exclusive and two normal versions). During this attack, Fiora is separated from Shulk and Reyn and finds a Mobile Artillery that had previously crashed into a house. While Mechon come in a variety of shapes and sizes, they all generally are comprised of dark blue and gold metal armor, with visible working parts beneath (the blue being so dark as to appear nearly black in many cases). They also all have glowing red lights in place of eyes. Faced Mechon are immune to the effects of the Monado because the Homs inside the Mechon is actually pumping blood throughout the Mechon's armor. They have either rusted or have been exposed to a large amount of ether. It is unclear what their overall intentions are, but they are a serious threat to anyone unable to wield the Monado or an anti-Mechon weapon, as Mechon are impervious to almost all attacks. She wears a short skirt and long leggings. Profile Edit. While at first glance, some Mechon appear to be quite graceful in their movements, the majority are quite clunky and only able to move in jerky movements. In addition to numbered Mechon series, there are also the Offensive series (aerial Mechon with angel-like wings), the Defensive series (aerial Mechon with smaller, bulkier bodies and a pair of large pincers), the Exterminator series (notable for large metal rod-like protrusions), and Face Mechon (see below). Xenoblade Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. They also all have glowing red lights in place of eyes. She then charges Metal Face head on, blasting the artillery's main cannon at point-blank range. For example the M30-series all possess limited flight abilities and have the Energy Shot art. Most Faced Mechon are referred to as their main body color. The Mechon as a race share a resistance to physical attacks with conventional Bionis weaponry; in battle this manifests as attacks dealing only 1 point of damage to a Mechon. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Mechonis armours have six general designs as represented by Ether, Speed, Power, Attack, F Speed, and F Attack. They are still vulnerable if Toppled. The Homs blood makes a wall that the Monado cannot penetrate as the Monado cannot harm Bionis life. Mechon powers, abilities, and debuff immunities tend to be specific to each model, so the Mechon's model number denotes its individual abilities. 60-series Mechon are the height of a large man, bear cone-shaped "heads", and have medium-sized stats. Unlike other armours, the icons for Mechonis armours are the same for all designs. Equipped drones determine Fiora's current Talent Art. Mechonis armours have six general designs as represented by Ether, Speed, Power, Attack, F Speed, and F Attack. While gathering supplies for the defense force, the colony was attacked by the Mechon, a race of machines living on the Mechonis, an … 40-series Mechon are small four-legged Mechon with similar stats to the 30-series. Toppling a Mechon renders it temporarily vulnerable to physical attacks. Fiora lived in Colony 9 on the foot of a continent-sized giant named Bionis, with her brother Dunban and her friends Shulk and Reyn. Other Mechon simply have seemingly randomized arrays of red lights for eyes. The types of weapons used by non-Mass-Produced Faces correspond to the ones used by their pilots. Larger Mechon are more resilient to damage. Mechon (Japanese: 機神兵, Kishinhei, lit. Faced Mechon also share a unique ability to transform into jets and fly. With the exception of several Story-Exclusive variants, a Mechon's "ten-digit" number indicates its size, shape, and power.