|Mrovian combat armor|
|Appears in||Dragon Ball: The Mrovian Series|
|Color||Naval Warrior) & (|
& (Chaiva's Vanguard armor)
& & (Ledas')
The Mrovian combat armor is a powered exoskeleton used by the armed forces of Mrovians.
The Mrovian combat armor is the standard military equipment of the warriors of the Mrovian military. The suit’s outer layer is composed of an incredibly strong alloy and can withstand considerable amounts of damage. Beneath the shell is a gel layer that regulates the temperature of the wearer and absorbs impacts received by the outer shell. The innermost layer absorbs excess moisture from the wearer’s body. The suit has an energy shield generator that maintains a constant force field around the suit, which can absorb even more damage than the suit's solid layer can before collapsing.
A suit of Mrovian armor augments its wearer’s strength, speed, and reaction times, enabling said wearer to fight at the equivalent proficiency of someone who has a power level of 2000 points greater. For example, a Mrovian with a power level of 1500 wearing a suit of combat armor would fight at the level of someone with a power level of 3500. Because of this, the armor does not really improve the fighting capabilities of much stronger warriors such as Salhior and Saiyans who have far surpassed those during the Saiyan genocide.
Mrovian armor is stored in warships or military bases when not in use. Instead of having to manually arm him/herself in the time of battle, however, a Mrovian soldier wears a device on his/her upper back, which when activated, immediately teleports the armor onto the soldier. When no longer in use, the soldier simply signals the device to teleport the armor back to the nearest military location.
The armor worn by warriors of the Mrovian Navy is fully-sealed in order for the respective wearer to fight in hostile environments unhindered. As Mrovians conduct photosynthesis as their only means of nourishment, the naval armor contains a solar light emitter that supplies the wearer with a constant supply of energy. The color of naval armor denotes rank, and some of the higher-ranking armor possesses somewhat ornamental designs. Below is a list of ranks and corresponding armor descriptions.
- Warrior – Colored gold trimmed with lines of teal
- Lieutenant – Colored silver trimmed with lines of black
- Captain – Colored gold trimmed with lines of blue; ornamental helmet and pauldrons
- Admiral – Colored gold trimmed with lines of white; ornamental helmet and pauldrons