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''Not to be confused with the Confederate [[Cruiser]].''
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{{Empire Unitbox
|title=Model 40 Striker/Chopper VX / ストライカ/チョッパVX 40-式
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|title=Naginata-class Cruiser / 薙刀クラクル
|icon=[[File:IconEmpireStrikerVX.png]] [[File:IconChopperVX.png]]
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|icon=[[File:IconNaginata.png]]
|image=[[File:ImperialVXMecha.png|350px|The VX in both forms.]]
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|image=[[File:ImperialNaginata.png|350px]]
|imagecaption=The VX in both forms
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|imagecaption=An Imperial Naginata Cruiser
|designation=Anti-Air/Anti-Tank
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|designation=Anti-Ship/Anti-Sub
 
|tier=2
 
|tier=2
|cost=$1600
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|cost=$1800
|time=0:15
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|time=0:20
|type=Mecha/Attack Helicopter
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|type=Cruiser
|production=[[War Factory#Mecha Bay|Mecha Bay]]
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|production= [[Shipyard#Imperial Instant Docks|Instant Docks]]
|ability=Transform<br>[[File:AbilityEmpireStriker.png]] [[File:AbilityEmpireStriker2.png]]
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|ability=Type-S Torpedo Array<br>[[File:AbilityNaginata.png]]<br>Hidden torpedos attack in a fan-shape
|upgrade=Cannon
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|upgrade=AI-guided torpedoes (Increased range and homing capabilities)
 
|status=RA3 Original Unit
 
|status=RA3 Original Unit
 
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{{Empire Vehicle Header
 
|origin= [[File:Japanthumb.gif]] Japan
 
|origin= [[File:Japanthumb.gif]] Japan
|produced= Tenzai Robotics
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|produced= Shirada Shipworks
|feature1=» Tenzai ''"Airdestroyer"'' Missile Launcher
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|feature1=» Shinya Type-X torpedo tube (x2)
|feature2=» Hardened Glass Shielding
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|feature2=» Type-S hidden torpedo array
|feature3=» Radio-Controlled Targeting System
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|feature3=» Impact resistant nano-steel hull
|feature4=» Autoreloader System
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|feature4=» Fully-furnished officers cabin
|feature5=» Self-cleaning motion sickness bag
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|feature5=» Artful etchings inspire national pride
 
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==Tactical Analysis==
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''"The seas belong to the Empire!"''
*'''All Terrain''': A variable walker-helicopter hybrid, no amount of terrain can stop the Striker/Chopper VX from getting to its destination. Highly effective against armoured targets, the Striker/Chopper complements the capabilities of the Mecha Tengus and Skywings.
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:- <small>Naginata captain</small>
   
*'''Be it Air or Land''': Armed with a Tenzai ''"Airdestroyer"'' Missile Launcher, the Striker VX can bring down entire squadrons of enemy fighters with swarms of seeker missiles. In the air, it is equally as devastating against armoured ground targets and buildings.
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== Tactical Analysis ==
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*'''Torpedo assault''': The Empire of the Rising Sun's formidable cruiser is loaded with torpedoes and built for fast, rapid-fire launches. The torpedoes have a limited guidance system and pack a tremendous wallop, making them devastating against anything floating, or submerged in water.
   
*'''Handle with Care''': Unfortunately, the VX suffers from a number of associated problems. The mecha is incapable of attacking ground targets when in ground mode, and aerial targets in air mode. In addition, it cannot transform over water, and tends to be rather fragile.
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*'''Spread shot''': The Naginata's secret weapon is an array of concealed torpedo tubes, linked to launch all at once. These unguided torpedoes then fan out and collide with anything in their path. Some Naginata captains now tend to save the Torpedo Type-S for use at very close range, to focus the entire spread on a single target and compensate for their inaccuracy.
   
*'''Refurbished''': Following the war, the Imperial military has embarked on a program of upgrading its VXes, fitting them with old cannons taken from the original Striker models for additional firepower.
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*'''Nano-steel armour''': Naginata cruisers tend to emerge victorious in any head-on ship battles because of their fast-launching torpedoes as well as their thick, durable armour, which is highly resistant to concussive blasts of any kind.
   
== Operational History ==
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*'''Specialized against ships''': Even the Empire of the Rising Sun's resources have limits, it seems, for in spite of the Naginata cruiser's immense power against other ships, it is has no anti-air capability at all, and is limited to moving by sea unlike the Imperial Tsunami-class tanks.
The Empire of the Rising Sun did not arise in a day. So, too, did its mecha not arise in their present form from the beginning. Though all mecha of the Rising Sun have evolved over time, no mecha has evolved so much, or changed so in role, than the Striker VX.
 
   
The beginning origins of the Striker VX lie in the early 1940s, when Shinzo Nagama took over as the head of the Imperial mecha divisions, in the form of the Type 47 Striker Mobile Turret, and originally for a far different purpose than it is now. Developed alongside the Defender VX, it was developed instead as a mobile assault version of the Defender, one that could walk on two thick legs behind the front lines of Tengu and act as mobile fire bases. Like the VX, it was armed with a full pod of Tenzai ''"Airdestroyer"'' AI/IR Missiles, but unlike its twin it came equipped with two secondary pods... of Tenzai ''"Landsmasher"'' BP/UG Missiles.
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==WWIII Operational History==
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[[File:Naginata.jpg|250px|thumb|left|Computer generated mockups of the Naginata]]The Empire of the Rising Sun attacked from the seas using its never-before-seen army, assembled in secret. And the Empire met with little resistance overtaking much of the waters north of the Soviet Union, in part because the element of surprise was on the Emperor's side, and in part because of Imperial '''Naginata cruisers'''. The mainline ship-hunters of the Imperial navy decimated virtually all that stood in their way, opening up an opportunity for Japan's Shogun battleships to lay down withering coastal bombardment to pave the way for a full-scale invasion. While the Naginata's role is limited to blockading the seas, it excels in this to such an extent that it has proved itself as one of Japan's most-feared fighting elements.
   
Unlike the former, these missiles were unequipped with the traditional heat signature seeking AI, and were thus capable of targeting ground units. The Type 47 was an ungainly beast, and relatively slow, but in the early stages it had an impressive amount of firepower to spare. In addition, unlike the Defender the Striker was developed with room for a pilot, in a cockpit that stuck out the front and offered both an impressive view of the battlefield... and a target for snipers.
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The role of the Naginata cruiser is exemplified even in its title: These ships take their name from an ancient Japanese bladed staff, once used to keep the enemy at bay or to bring down fast-moving cavalry. Today's Naginata likewise is dangerously unapproachable from the seas, for its captains seem always well-prepared to let loose pairs of quickly-loading, semi-guided torpedoes that smash into and destroy anything on the water.
   
Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on how you look at things, during and after [[World War II]] the Strikers were deemed inefficient, and in a word failures. They were too big of a target, too slow, and furthermore they were too expensive and heavy a chassis for the amount of weaponry they individually brought to the battle. With that in mind, Tenzai Robotics set about to create a new form of the Striker. In 1958, they revealed the newest version. It was... different.
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While the dual fast-firing torpedo launchers seem like more than enough, each Naginata cruiser turns out to have an additional set of five launchers hidden below the waterline. These can launch a spread of torpedoes to attack multiple targets, in the event that the Empire's fleet becomes outnumbered. Weapons such as this speak to how well the Empire has accounted for the possibility of being outnumbered. What's more, these special Type-S torpedoes travel so far below the waterline that even submerged Soviet Akula-class submarines cannot hide from them--a fact that contributed to the overwhelmingly one-sided first encounter between the Soviet and Imperial navies.
   
The Model 21 Striker VX was now entirely smaller, the large bulky frame replaced with a smaller, thinner, lighter version, and the missile pods arranged in a triangular pattern. It's legs were no longer the slightly flexible tree trunks they had been, but were rather birdlike, with double jointed limbs that could carry it across ground quickly if slightly ungainly. The cockpit had been isolated, and sealed off from the main mecha, so that if the mecha was damaged the pilot could snap off the cockpit and fall to the ground unharmed. It was heralded as a success, an improvement over the failure that had been the Type 47.
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Studies of the Naginata Cruiser's weaknesses have shown that indirect fire seems to be the only reasonable way to retaliate against them. Even then, this clinical conclusion failed to note the Empire of the Rising Sun seems always likely to have several of its Sea-Wing vessels lurking nearby, ready to ambush any aircraft on approach. As for the Naginata cruisers themselves, not only are they powerful, they are sleek and manoeuvrable as well. The speed of these ships enables them to close the distance and then quickly finish their victims, and their unusually strong armour means they can withstand heavy fire on approach to their targets.
   
The young CEO of Tenzai Robotics himself appeared to witness the heavily anticipated opening trials.
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It must be considered a great honour to serve aboard a Naginata cruiser in the Imperial Navy. These vessels are the main vessel of the Imperial Navy, and charged with protecting the mightiest forces in the Imperial fleet, the Shogun battleships. Thus the rigors of the required training and responsibilities of the post mean that service aboard Naginata cruisers is restricted only to the Japanese elite-men whose stern loyalty to their cause and sharp senses for naval warfare purportedly make them as feared within their society as their ships are hated by their enemies.
   
From the moment it first fired at the drone Tsunamis, however, the onlookers realized that Tenzai had made a serious mistake. The AI/IR Missiles had worked perfectly, blowing apart swarms of Burst Drones and even a few early Mark 1 Tengus as the crowd cheered and Kenji smiled at the sight. But when it turned on the Tsunami targets, the recoil from the BP/UG Missiles blew the Striker off its feet. Tenzai was made a temporary laughingstock almost overnight, as word spread of the ''"Model 21 Lemon VX"''.
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== Post-War Operational History ==
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A shipment of AI-controlled torpedoes manufactured by Tennier-Elmpool, one of the largest Syndicate subsidiaries, had their transport sunk from under them by a passing Imperial detachment outside the Roanapur Sprawl. Once the shipment hit the water, the AI-controlled torpedoes automatically engaged their directives of ramming into hostile units. Several of the pursuing Imperial naval units were damaged as a result.
   
Research conducted by internal scientists determined the problem: the very frame that had been the pivotal change to the Striker. The frame was too light to stabilize the unguided missiles, and combined with the weight of everything else made the Striker topple every time it fired them. Reluctantly, and with less fanfare then before, Tenzai scrapped the already hundreds of Model 21 Strikers made and in production, and quietly and meekly put out the Model 23 Striker VX two years later... without the ''"Landsmasher"'' Missiles.
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One of the torpedoes, however, was struck by sudden feelings of self-preservation and defected to the Imperial Navy, where its artificial intelligence unit was replicated for Imperial use. These reverse-engineered torpedoes are somewhat loathed by Naginata captains who don't trust the scheming mind that controls them, but captains whose respect has been won by the new torpedoes note the usefulness of their longer range and superior tracking capabilities.
   
For years, the Striker VX went unnoticed. Minor changes were made; tune ups and gradual replacement of the parts, but nothing major ever came of it. The Striker series was put on the back burner, as more and more public notice shifted to the changes sweeping the ''"Tengu"'' and ''"Oni"'' series of mecha. This might have gone on indefinitely, with the Striker's being remembered only as a failed experiment in the Empire, were it not for a personal call from Emperor Yoshiro in the early 1960s.
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Naginata captains, with their sharp senses for naval warfare, seek for Alert Icebreakers with melancholy as much as Shogun captains with pride, either closing in on the Alert or waiting for it to spring the trap of the Type-S.
 
He remembered the great impact that the Type 47s had in battle, striding forwards and laying waste to the enemy barbarians as the Tengu dealt with infantry, and he knew that the new barbarians would have better armour, and better weapons, than last time... and that the Tengu, as graceful and deadly as they were, could not be tied up trying to deal with bombers and zeppelins from bombing their bases when they were much more suited for fighter duty. To that end, Tenzai Robotics was ordered to revitalize the Striker series, make it viable for use as a modern military machine, and bring the Empire honour by showing even failures could become successes in the hands of the Rising Sun.
 
 
Kenji, though reluctant, could not refuse, and Tenzai immediately set about refitting the Striker. The Model 34 Striker VX emerged in 1966, and when the Empire declared war on both the Allies and the Soviets, they saw battle, and they met it with glee. The pilots were an odd mix, and indeed many of them were the same pilots who as young men piloted old Type 47s across the battlefield. The mecha was a success... but its role was still not complete. And, though the Strikers were no longer met with laughs or shameful embarrassment by Tenzai, they were still not complete successes.
 
 
The Empire was situated on a series of islands, after all, and every Striker that took up a transport ship or plane to the front meant there was one less tank, one less squad of men that could be sent. And they weren't even useful as guards on the transports... a Seawing group was just as effective, and didn't need their own transports, either. To that end, the Model 34s were kept mainly on the mainland, in defence roles. Many pilots quietly stewed, and especially new recruits kept back from any real fighting, unable to bring the fight to the enemy.
 
 
In the early days of 1967, Kenji himself decided that something needed to be done. The brave and heroic Mecha Tengu were being blasted out of the sky by flak troopers and javelins on the air and assaulted by Vindicator runs and Twinblades on the ground. The Seawings were limited to bodies of water, and the Skywings were only useful for anti-infantry work. The Striker VX almost seemed to fill a gap somewhere... but where? Frustrated, Kenji searched for days for something he could use to bring the Striker to the front in mass... and then he found the Chopper Tengu designs.
 
 
A never released prototype, the Chopper Tengu was supposed to act as a support firing platform for use alongside the faster Jet Tengus, but the versatility of the transforming vehicle had rendered it obsolete before it began. Kenji knew, however, it had the answer to his problems. A few weeks later, the Model 40 Striker VXs emerged at numerous Imperial docks.
 
 
Transport captains looked on and smirked as they lined up, having filled up already for the ride to the barbarian homelands. The new Strikers had strange red crests on their backs, and in between the cockpit and main body the ''"Airdestroyer"'' missile pods was now attached a circular collar of some sort. As they came closer, onlookers stared in shock as the Strikers simply seemed to leap up... and then transformed into the newly revealed Model 40 Chopper VXs.
 
 
The new Chopper VXs were armed with a sort of ''"kill switch"'' for their missiles, one that allowed their missiles to be switched to BP/UG versions for ground attack. With the new Chopper system, the BP/UG missiles could finally be fired at ground targets again, although the recoil was still too dangerous to be used on the ground. Furthermore, the pod was swiveled downwards while in the process making it unable to attack other aircraft, in part because (private) testing revealed the normal position had a nasty tendency to blow up the rotors keeping the chopper upright when it fired.
 
 
Nonetheless, the new '''Model 40 Striker/Chopper VXs''' were, without a doubt, successes. They could travel across long distances, attacking and destroying tank divisions and buildings at will, and when attacked switch to Striker forms to blast apart enemy aircraft. Though they came in rather late to [[World War III]], the Striker/Chopper series nonetheless made their mark, and continue to be successes today.
 
 
The Striker series stands as a monument to change, and improvement. It is living proof that even the most laughable failures can turn around and become successful, and in the Empire of the Rising Sun the Striker today stands as a symbol of what the Japanese people need most: Hope....and second chances.
 
   
 
==Just the Stats==
 
==Just the Stats==
 
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Not to be confused with the Confederate Cruiser.

Naginata-class Cruiser / 薙刀クラスクルーザー
File:IconNaginata.png
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An Imperial Naginata Cruiser
Faction EmpireLogoThumb Empire of the Rising Sun
Unit Type Cruiser
Designation Anti-Ship/Anti-Sub
Tier 2
Production Building Instant Docks
Secondary Ability Type-S Torpedo Array
File:AbilityNaginata.png
Hidden torpedos attack in a fan-shape
Cost $1800
Production Time 0:20
Heroic Upgrade AI-guided torpedoes (Increased range and homing capabilities)
Dev. Status RA3 Original Unit
Country of Origin  Japanthumb Japan
Created by  Shirada Shipworks
Key Features  » Shinya Type-X torpedo tube (x2)
 » Type-S hidden torpedo array
 » Impact resistant nano-steel hull
 » Fully-furnished officers cabin
 » Artful etchings inspire national pride

"The seas belong to the Empire!"

- Naginata captain

Tactical Analysis

  • Torpedo assault: The Empire of the Rising Sun's formidable cruiser is loaded with torpedoes and built for fast, rapid-fire launches. The torpedoes have a limited guidance system and pack a tremendous wallop, making them devastating against anything floating, or submerged in water.
  • Spread shot: The Naginata's secret weapon is an array of concealed torpedo tubes, linked to launch all at once. These unguided torpedoes then fan out and collide with anything in their path. Some Naginata captains now tend to save the Torpedo Type-S for use at very close range, to focus the entire spread on a single target and compensate for their inaccuracy.
  • Nano-steel armour: Naginata cruisers tend to emerge victorious in any head-on ship battles because of their fast-launching torpedoes as well as their thick, durable armour, which is highly resistant to concussive blasts of any kind.
  • Specialized against ships: Even the Empire of the Rising Sun's resources have limits, it seems, for in spite of the Naginata cruiser's immense power against other ships, it is has no anti-air capability at all, and is limited to moving by sea unlike the Imperial Tsunami-class tanks.

WWIII Operational History

File:Naginata.jpg
The Empire of the Rising Sun attacked from the seas using its never-before-seen army, assembled in secret. And the Empire met with little resistance overtaking much of the waters north of the Soviet Union, in part because the element of surprise was on the Emperor's side, and in part because of Imperial Naginata cruisers. The mainline ship-hunters of the Imperial navy decimated virtually all that stood in their way, opening up an opportunity for Japan's Shogun battleships to lay down withering coastal bombardment to pave the way for a full-scale invasion. While the Naginata's role is limited to blockading the seas, it excels in this to such an extent that it has proved itself as one of Japan's most-feared fighting elements.

The role of the Naginata cruiser is exemplified even in its title: These ships take their name from an ancient Japanese bladed staff, once used to keep the enemy at bay or to bring down fast-moving cavalry. Today's Naginata likewise is dangerously unapproachable from the seas, for its captains seem always well-prepared to let loose pairs of quickly-loading, semi-guided torpedoes that smash into and destroy anything on the water.

While the dual fast-firing torpedo launchers seem like more than enough, each Naginata cruiser turns out to have an additional set of five launchers hidden below the waterline. These can launch a spread of torpedoes to attack multiple targets, in the event that the Empire's fleet becomes outnumbered. Weapons such as this speak to how well the Empire has accounted for the possibility of being outnumbered. What's more, these special Type-S torpedoes travel so far below the waterline that even submerged Soviet Akula-class submarines cannot hide from them--a fact that contributed to the overwhelmingly one-sided first encounter between the Soviet and Imperial navies.

Studies of the Naginata Cruiser's weaknesses have shown that indirect fire seems to be the only reasonable way to retaliate against them. Even then, this clinical conclusion failed to note the Empire of the Rising Sun seems always likely to have several of its Sea-Wing vessels lurking nearby, ready to ambush any aircraft on approach. As for the Naginata cruisers themselves, not only are they powerful, they are sleek and manoeuvrable as well. The speed of these ships enables them to close the distance and then quickly finish their victims, and their unusually strong armour means they can withstand heavy fire on approach to their targets.

It must be considered a great honour to serve aboard a Naginata cruiser in the Imperial Navy. These vessels are the main vessel of the Imperial Navy, and charged with protecting the mightiest forces in the Imperial fleet, the Shogun battleships. Thus the rigors of the required training and responsibilities of the post mean that service aboard Naginata cruisers is restricted only to the Japanese elite-men whose stern loyalty to their cause and sharp senses for naval warfare purportedly make them as feared within their society as their ships are hated by their enemies.

Post-War Operational History

A shipment of AI-controlled torpedoes manufactured by Tennier-Elmpool, one of the largest Syndicate subsidiaries, had their transport sunk from under them by a passing Imperial detachment outside the Roanapur Sprawl. Once the shipment hit the water, the AI-controlled torpedoes automatically engaged their directives of ramming into hostile units. Several of the pursuing Imperial naval units were damaged as a result.

One of the torpedoes, however, was struck by sudden feelings of self-preservation and defected to the Imperial Navy, where its artificial intelligence unit was replicated for Imperial use. These reverse-engineered torpedoes are somewhat loathed by Naginata captains who don't trust the scheming mind that controls them, but captains whose respect has been won by the new torpedoes note the usefulness of their longer range and superior tracking capabilities.

Naginata captains, with their sharp senses for naval warfare, seek for Alert Icebreakers with melancholy as much as Shogun captains with pride, either closing in on the Alert or waiting for it to spring the trap of the Type-S.

Just the Stats

Naginata Cruiser
Ship of the Line
Cost 1800
Build Time 0:15
Health 300
Speed 90
Armour Type Heavy Armour
Heavy Torpedo Array
Move and Fire, Reload(10/1s), Debuff (Speed -50%)
Cannon
Range 350
RPS 5
Damage 20
Suppression N/A
DPS 100


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