It was a painted version of the War Machine Armor Mark II and had a unique color scheme and armor design compared to its predecessors. Having a red, blue and white color scheme and a more slim and versatile body armor than before.
- 1 Armor Design
- 2 Armor Capabilities
- 3 Armor Features
- 4 Weaponry
- 5 History
- 6 Other Media
- 7 Notes
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Gallery
- 10 References
- 11 External Links
The armor has blue, red and silver platings overall. It's design takes on the appearance of the U.S. National Flag, and it has a star shaped outline around the armor's Unibeam. The Unibeam of the Iron Patriot is a vertical rectangular shaped one, and has a light red glow emitting from it, as well as with the helmet's eyes section of the armor.
As this armor is the painted version of the War Machine Armor Mark II, it has all of that armor's capabilities.
Back Mounted Cannon
The armor has a 40mm dual barrel cannon on its back. It is one of the main features of the armor.
U.S. National Flag Design
The armor's design takes on the appearance of the U.S. National Flag, and it has a star shaped outline around the armor's Unibeam.
Advanced Donning System
Iron Patriot can flexibly open itself to allow James Rhodes to enter into the suit and automatically wrap itself around him, anywhere at anytime.
Self-Contained Life-Support System and Environmental Protection
The Iron Patriot Armor has Iron Man Mark 22 standard Repulsors. Used for flight and flight stabilization.
The Iron Patriot Armor has a rectangular shaped Unibeam that is outlined with a white star around it. It is powered by an arc reactor.
Back Mounted Cannon
The armor has 40mm twin barreled cannon on its back. It is one of the main features of the armor, and makes up a part of its key features.
The armor is also equipped with one 20mm micro-cannon on each gauntlet, just like the Mark XIII, Mark 18, Mark 22, and War Machine Mark 2 armors.
In response To "The Mandarin's Lessons", the armor was rebranded by A.I.M., who gave it a "patriotic" paint job .
After "The Mandarin" kills a man as part of a "lesson" for the President, Rhodes is sent in the armor to hunt him down. Going to several wrong locations, he encounters an Extremis soldier who overpowers him.
Aldrich Killian used his powers to try to force Rhodes out of the armor and he finally ejects because the armor can't take any more heat damage, and is knocked out by Savin after dodging Killian's "fire breath". Eric Savin takes control of the armor and flies to Air Force One, pretending to be Rhodes in order to board it and capture the President. In the armor, Savin is more than a match for the President's bodyguards and kills several of them before ejecting and sending the President to Killian in the armor.
The President is later trapped in the armor and hung above an impounded oil tanker to be burned alive on national TV, but Rhodes, Tony Stark and the Iron Legion arrive to help.
Rhodes manages to reach the President and uses one of the armor's repulsors to break a cable holding it up and swing to safety. Afterwards, Rhodes completely frees the armor, reclaims it (after telling the President he looks good wearing it) and uses it to fly the President to safety. The Iron Patriot armor has no other part in the final battle and is not seen again afterwards.
The Iron Patriot Armor is a playable and an unlockable armor in the game. It is the last armor categorized under the Unibeam Blast section, with a Score Multiplier of x7.0.
- Score Multiplier: x7.0
- Special Power: Unibeam Blast
- XP to unlock: 300,000 (Must unlock other Unibeam Armors first)
- Stark Credits to build: 435,000 (After you unlock it)
- IRON PATRIOT
- A suit with patriotic spin, equipped with the same weaponry as the WAR MACHINE suit.
- Color: Red, Blue, and Silver
- He has a star on his chest
- This armor was based on the armor of the same name in the comics. Although instead of James Rhodes owning it like in the films, it was owned by Norman Osborn in the comics. Though later, James Rhodes wore it in the comics as well.
The Iron Patriot armor is a playable, and an unlockable armor in the game, to unlock the Iron Patriot armor. It os located in your map (due to me i don't know the place yet) there is some 3 american flags though, you need Wolverine, and Spider-Man (examples)
To raise the First flag, you need a wolverine, and activate the claw switch
To raise this Second flag, you need Spider-Man, use the Spider-sense ability, and the level is visible, and pull it.
To raise this final flag, you also need Spider-Man, pull that thingy.. (i dunno), and once all flags are raised. You unlocked the Iron Patriot Armor! :D
- The Iron Patriot Armor and the War Machine Armor Mark II are both the same armor. With the War Machine Armor Mark II having only been repainted and rebranded as the Iron Patriot Armor.
- The Iron Patriot Armor in Marvel Comics was originally worn by Norman Osborn(as mentioned above), and the name was an amalgam of Iron Man and Captain America
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|Iron Man Armors
|| MARK'S 1 - 7:|
Mark I • Mark II • Mark III • Mark IV • Mark V • Mark VI • Mark VII
| IRON LEGION:|
Mark VIII • Mark IX • Mark X • Mark XI • Mark XII • Mark XIII • Mark XIV • Mark 15 • Mark 16 • Mark 17 •
Mark 18 • Mark 19 • Mark 20 • Mark 21 • Mark 22 • Mark 23 • Mark 24 • Mark 25 • Mark 26 • Mark 27 • Mark 28 •
Mark 29 • Mark 30 • Mark 31 • Mark 32 • Mark 33 • Mark 34 • Mark 35 • Mark 36 • Mark 37 • Mark 38 • Mark 39 •
Mark 40 • Mark 41 • Mark 42
| MARK'S 43 - 85:|
Mark 43 • Mark 44 • Mark 45 • Mark 46 • Mark 47 • Mark 48 • Mark 49 • Mark 50 • Mark 51-84 • Mark 85
|War Machine Armors
||War Machine Armor Mark I • War Machine Armor Mark II • Iron Patriot Armor • War Machine Armor Mark III • War Machine Armor Mark IV • War Machine Armor Mark V • War Machine Armor Mark VI • War Machine Armor Mark VII|
||Iron Monger Armor • Whiplash Armor Mark I • Whiplash Armor Mark II • Iron Legion Armor Drones • 17A|