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List of units in the Xevious game series.

ProtagonistsEdit

SolvalouEdit

Solvalou
XeviousSolvalou
XFSSolvalou
Length: 9.81 m
Height: 3.52 m
Width: 6.73 m
Weight: 18,500 kg
Appearances:

All Xevious games

Ridge Racer 3D

Solvalou (ソルバルウ Sorubarou?) is the main ship from the series. It is equipped with zapper missiles that fires two projectiles forward to attack aerial enemies and blaster bombs to attack ground enemies. Depending of the game, during missions Solvalou can obtain other equipments like lasers, a barrier, and increase the amount of projectiles fired. Solvalou means "Sun-bird".


SolgradoEdit

Solgrado
XeviousSolgrado
XFSSolgrado
Length: 8.45 m
Height: 3.12 m
Width: 7.08 m
Weight: 15,050 kg
Max speed: Mach 2.91
Appearances: Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Solgrado (ソルグラード Sorugurādo?) is a ship from the MSX2 version of Xevious: Fardraut Saga that has the same abilities of Solvalou, but is able to fire the zapper in three directions forward simultaneously.


ZeodalleyEdit

Zeodalley
XeviousZeodalley
XFSZeodalley
Length: 9.12 m
Height: 3.84 m
Width: 6.00 m
Weight: 17,200 kg
Max speed: Mach 2.16
Appearances: Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Zeodalley (ゼオダレイ Zeodarei?) is a ship from the MSX2 version Xevious: Fardraut Saga. It has the same abilities of Solvalou, but can fire the zapper in three directions simultaneously: straight forward and diagonally down.


GampmissionEdit

Gampmission
XFSGampmission
XFSGampMission
Length: 12.88 m
Height: 6.88 m
Width: 7.88 m
Weight: 51,256 kg
Max speed: Mach 3.58
Appearances: Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Gampmission (ガンプミッション Ganpumisshon?) is the combination of Solvalou, Solgrado and Zeodalley. Gampmission's blaster can hit more enemies with its wider range, and it can fire in four directions: Three directions forward like Solgrado (which is the front of Gampmission) and one backwards.


Heihachi and PaulEdit

Xevious3DHeihachi

Heihachi

In Xevious 3D/G+, it's possible to change the player's Solvalou ships into two characters from the Tekken series by using a combination of buttons in the beginning of the game. Player 1 changes into Heihachi Mishima by holding the Left, X, Circle, and Start buttons simultaneously, while player 2 changes into Paul Phoenix by holding Right, X, Circle, and Start.

Heihachi moves slower then Solvalou, but he starts the game with the highest weapon upgrades, being able to fire fours shots. Like normal upgrades, losing a life will change Heihachi's current weapon to its standard state, but when a continue is used he starts with the highest upgrade again. Paul has enhanced speed.


Xevious armyEdit

GAMPEdit

GAMP

GAMP

GAMP (ガンプ Ganpu?), also known as GUMP, is a super intelligent bio computer and leader of the Xevious army. GAMP appears as a boss in Super Xevious: GAMP no Nazo, Xevious: Fardraut Saga and Xevious 3D/G.


Air enemiesEdit

Andor GenesisEdit

Andor Genesis
XeviousAndorGenesis
Xevious Andor Genesis
Points: 4000/1000
Appearances:

Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Ridge Racer 7

Andor Genesis (アンドア ジェネシス?)The Andor Genesis is the Xevious mothership. It is usually guarded by a stream of Zakutos as it fires at the Solvalou. It has two vulnerabilities; the large glowing gun ports around the core, and the central core itself. Taking out the gun ports weakens its offensive ability and awards you 1000 points each, while taking out the core grounds the mothership immediately and grants you 4000 points. At that time, the Bragza core will escape and fly on ahead to the next Andor Genesis.


BacuraEdit

Bacura
Bacura
Points:
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Bacura (バキュラ Bakyura?), codename Resistor Shield, is an indestructible enemy made of a new material. In the original Xevious it only moves straight forward, but in some games it can move backwards and turn.


BragzaEdit

Bragza
Xevious Bragza
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Bragza (ブラグザ?) is the indestructible core of the Andor Genesis that escapes the ship when destroyed. It vanishes from the screen in less than a split second.


DerotaEdit

Derota
Xevious Derota
Points: 1000
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Derota (デロータ?) Derotas are more evolved Lograms. They serve as area defense stations, with the ability to fire shots at you rapidly.


Garu DerotaEdit

Garu Derota
XeviousGaruDerota
Xevious Garu Derota
Points: 2000
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Garu Derota (ガルデロータ?) Larger than the Derota, these octagon-shaped defense installations have greater firepower than their smaller counterparts. Like the Garu Bara, only the center is vulnerable as the rest is constructed from Bacura material.


Gido SparioEdit

Gido Spario
Xevious Giddo Spario
Points: 10
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Gido Spario (ギドスパリオ?) A bullet fired by the Xevious troops that can be destroyed by the player. They appear in large quantity and move very quickly. According to the Xevi language, Gido means fast. There is a display glitch where when defeated a red square appears in their path.


JaraEdit

Jara
XeviousJara
Xevious Jara
Points: 150
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Jara (ジアラ Jiara?), codename Spinner, is a scout fighter. These spinning ships fly in a pattern similar to the Toroid. Because of their speed, they are very dangerous to attempt to intercept. These ships will fire shots at you.


KapiEdit

Kapi
XeviousKapi
Xevious Kapi
Points: 300
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Kapi (カピ?) This ship appears as a replacement to the Torkan. It zooms in quickly and hovers in place long enough to rapidly fire shots at you before evading and escaping.


SheoniteEdit

Sheonite
XeviousSheonite
Xevious Sheonite
Points N/A
Appearances:

Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Ridge Racer 3D

Sheonite (シオナイト Shionaito?) These defensive troops are indestructable. Two will appear (the Kiyapunaito and the Sepunaito) spinning around, until they home in on the position of your ship, where they meet and join together, and fly back to the top of the screen at a high speed.


TerraziEdit

Terrazi
XeviousTerrazi
Xevious Terrazi
Points: 700
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Terrazi (テラジ Teraji?) These ships fly in a similar pattern to the Kapi, but they can change course more quickly before releasing a deadly barrage of shots and speeding away from you just as quickly.


TorkanEdit

Torkan
XeviousTorkan
Xevious Torkan
Points:
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Torkan (タルケン Taruken?), codename Scout Ship, is a fighter. It will advance the player, shoot once, then retreat. In Stage 2 of the PC engine story mode of Xevious: Fardraut Saga, you pilot a Torkan.


ToroidEdit

Toroid
XeviousToroid
Xevious Toroid
Points: 30
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Toroid (トーロイド?), codename Fleet, is a coin-like reconnaissance plane that spins away from the player's ship when they are in front of it. In more advanced parts of the game, Toroids shot when they fly away.


ZakatoEdit

Zakato
Xevious Zakato
Points: 100~300
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga

Zakato (ザカート Zakāto?) is a flak projectile that warps randomly on the screen. If not quickly destroyed, they will destruct and one enemy projectile is aimed towards the player. Zakatos move slowly down the screen. If fighting an Andor Genesis, Zakatos will fly faster in any direction.


Brag ZakatoEdit

Brag Zakato
Xevious Brag Zakato
Points: 600~1500

Brag Zakato (ブラグザカート?) are more dangerous than the Zakato. Instead of one enemy projectile, it will launch an arc of five. More than one of these appearing on the screen is dangerous.


Garu ZakatoEdit

Garu Zakato
Xevious Garu Zakato
Points: 1000/500

Garu Zakato (ガルザカート?) is the largest and most dangerous Zakato in the game. If not destroyed, it will fire in all directions, along with 4 Brag Sparios.


ZoshiEdit

Zoshi (ゾシー?)


Ground enemiesEdit

BarraEdit

Barra
XeviousBarra
Points: 100
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Barra (バーラ Bāra?) is a harmless pyramid-like structure.


Garu BarraEdit

Garu Barra
Points: 300
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Garu Barra (ガルバーラ?) is a large sized Barra.


DomogramEdit

Domogram
XeviousDomogram
Points: 800
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Domogram (ドモグラム Domoguramu?), codename Defence Site, is a dome-shaped anti-aircraft armored fighting vehicle.


GrobdaEdit

Grobda
Xevious Grobda
Points: 200~10000
Appearances: Xevious
Grobda
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Grobda (グロブダー Gurobudā?), codename Tank, is a transport armored fighting vehicle. These tanks can only move forwards and backwards. They can detect when you're targeting them and speed up or slow down to avoid getting bombed. It will not attack you, and it's worth a variety of points depending on the situation and skill with which you kill it. (The Grobda appears as the star of a later Namco game that is a spinoff of Xevious, appropriately named Grobda)


LogramEdit

Logram
XeviousLogram
Points: 300
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Logram (ログラム Roguramu?), codename Sphere Station, is a anti-aircraft battery that can fire at enemies.


Boza LogramEdit

Boza Logram
XeviousBozaLogram
Points: 2000
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Boza Logram (ボザログラム?) is a set of five domes that can fire. Destroying the dome in the center will also destroy the surrounding four.


SolEdit

Sol
Xevious Sol
Points: 2000/2000
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Sol (ソル Soru?), also known as Sol Citadel, is a tower hidden underground that emerges if the player drops a bomb in its location, and can be destroyed with another bomb.


ZolbakEdit

Zolbak
XeviousZolbak
Points: 200
Appearances: Xevious
Xevious: Fardraut Saga
Xevious 3D/G

Zolbak (ゾルバク Zorubagu?), codename Detector Dome, is a harmless radar dome that is used to collect enemy data. Destroying a Zolbag will temporarily reduce the amount of enemies that appear.


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