- 1 Armor Design
- 2 Armor Features
- 3 Armor Capabilities
- 4 Weapons
- 5 History
- 6 Notes
- 7 Other Media
- 8 Notes
- 9 Trivia
- 10 Gallery
- 11 References
- 12 External Links
The Mark XLVII has a design exactly like the Mark XLVI, but the color scheme includes much more silver than red and gold, with the silver colorings beginning on the abdomen and extending to the thighs of the armor. The armor uses the F.R.I.D.A.Y. Operating System like the Mark XLVI.
The armor is composed of the same gold-titanium alloy, standard since the Mark III. It also has a partial force field that protects the armor from energy attacks.
The Mark XLVII features Micro-Storage technology based on its predecessor, the Mark XLVI.
The armor also features a sentry mode, just like the Mark XLIII as seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
It's safe to assume that the Mark XLVII also has a fully retractable helmet like the Mark XLVI.
The Mark XLVII can be controlled via Wi-Fi by the user's mind without having to be completely focused with headgear and gloves.
Super Strength: The armor greatly amplifies the user's base strength and combat skills to extreme levels.
Durability: The armor is extremely durable, capable of withstanding blasts and extremely powerful strikes, as well as completely bullet-proof. It also has an upgraded energy shield that passively improves the durability of the user. This armor has also shown enhanced durability than the Mark XLVI, making it more durable and stronger with the same technology of its predecessor.
Extreme Flight: As with all new-generation Iron Man Armors, the Mark XLVII is capable of enhanced flight via its repulsors and flight stabilizers, making it one of the most stable and fastest armors to date. The armor can fly past the Earth's Atmosphere because the armor uses energy more efficiently than its predecessors.
Water Resistance: The Mark XLVII is capable of underwater travel, as seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming when he retrieved Peter from a river. The Mark XLVII is the 7th armor (the Marks VI, XXXVII, XLII, XLIII, XLV, & XLVI being the others) to have the ability to travel underwater without short-circuiting & eventually malfunctioning.
Since the Mark XLVII has almost the exact same design as the Mark XLVI, it has all of its predecessor's weapons.
Repulsors: The Mark XLVII's secondary weapons, the Repulsors, are every bit as powerful, if not more so, than its previous iterations, with nearly instantaneous charging-firing speed.
Unibeam: The primary weapon, the Unibeam, is the armor's most powerful weapon.
Missiles: Similar to the Mark XLVI, the Mark XLVII has 6 mini missiles located on each shoulder. All of the missiles are very powerful capable of destroying objects like tanks.
Lasers: The armor also has powerful cutting lasers in each back of the hand that can slice through thick stone easily. The lasers can cut apart most materials as well as weld metals together.
Grapple Chains: Although not exactly a weapon, the Mark XLVII has large, gas powered grappling hooks and chains located in the upper forearm. These are fired from a mechanism similar to the rocket launcher of the Mark XLVI. Each arm can hold up to 10 chains in each device
Chase of Adrian Toomes' Crew
As Spider-Man fell into a lake after a skirmish with the Vulture, Tony Stark activated the Mark XLVII remotely to save him. Using the suit's connection, Stark communicated with Peter Parker and asked him to stop pursuing the Vulture. When Stark disconnected the call, F.R.I.D.A.Y. took over the suit's controls and flew away.
Skirmish on the Staten Island Ferry
A few days later, when the Staten Island Ferry was splitting in half due to another fight between Spider-Man and Vulture, Stark arrived with the Mark XLVII and several mini-thrusters to assist in pushing the two parts together, repairing the ferry and saving everyone. Shortly after, Stark exited the suit to scold Parker for his actions.
- The armor is forty-seventh Iron Man suit created by Stark in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, therefore marking 47 Iron Man Armors in existence at that time. (13 if Iron Legion weren't included, those 13 being Mark I, Mark II, Mark III, Mark IV, Mark V, Mark VI, Mark VII, Mark XLII, Mark XLIII, Mark XLIV, Mark XLV, Mark XLVI and Mark XLVII)
- The armor's scheme is based off the Ultimate Armor from the comics.
- It is the third armor to be integrated with F.R.I.D.A.Y., the first being Mark XLV, & the 2nd being the Mark XLVI.
The Mark XLVII is a playable armor in the game. To unlock this armor, it's simple, Complete Level 19 - On Board The Sword. The armor's first appearance is when Tony calls them if they are ready, then he gives on the talent of his new suit, to prove his excellence which surprises Peter, and calls out to Tony that he has a nice suit.
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- This is the only IRON MAN armor from the MCU in Lego Marvel Superheroes 2
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