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Latest revision as of 20:44, February 10, 2020

The Iron Patriot Armor Mark II, or alternatively War Machine Armor Mark VII, is an armor created by Tony Stark for his best friend James Rhodes prior to the events of Avengers: Endgame. So far, it has only appeared in Avengers: Endgame.

Design Edit

This armor is considerably bulkier than previous designs, and sports a red/blue/grey color scheme similar to that of the original Iron Patriot armor. Its armament consists of a back-mounted double-barrel cannon of unknown type, dual missile pods, wrist-mounted machine guns, rockets, and retractable missile canisters on the thighs.

Capabilities Edit

  • Superhuman Durability: The Iron Patriot Armor Mark II grants its user enhanced durability.
  • Superhuman Strength: The armor amplifies the pilot's strength to superhuman levels.
  • Flight: Standard since the second Iron Man armor, the Mark VII War Machine armor possesses advanced flight capabilities.
  • Built-In Walking Aid: Allows for the semi-paralyzed James Rhodes to walk.
  • Heavy-Duty Armament: The armor is equipped with an extensive arsenal of cannons, machine guns, missiles and rockets.

Avengers: Endgame Edit

This armor is first seen during the "Avengers Assemble" scene, in which it flies out from Ant Man's palm with Rocket Raccoon on its shoulder. It then participates in the following battle.

After Tony Stark snaps his fingers, Rhodes is the first to arrive in what's left of the armor to bid his best friend farewell.

Notes Edit

The suit was designed by Adi Granov. His response to final movie version: "I did a number of War Machine designs for Avengers Endgame, but this is the one which made it in mostly intact. The main difference between my design and the final in the movie is that he was given the American flag paintjob towards the end of the movie."[1]

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