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Gravity Driver
A gravity manipulating tool.
About this creation
The Gravity Wave Amplification Tool (Gravity Driver or GravDriver for short)
is a tool designed for use by Hub.ZX. It is Hub's ultimate tool and requires
direct authorization by the Japanese government before it can be used (and
if intended to be used in another country, that country's government's
authorization as well).

The Gravity Driver functions by generating gravitons to increase local gravity
at the tip of the driver. Depending on how the driver is used when active, one
of two effects can occur:

1. By stabbing the driver into an object and activating it, the massive graviton
influx will cause the object to implode or collapse in on itself.
2. By discharging the driver into the air, a gravity well will be created. This
well is useful for gravitationally deflecting projectile or energy based attacks.

Contrary to popular belief, the Gravity Driver can NOT create black holes. Technically,
it can create micro black holes but these phenomena last only fractions of a second
and pose no harm to the surrounding area.

The Gravity Driver can create anti-gravitons and in fact does so. The driver creates
an anti-gravity "barrier" that serves to protect Hub.ZX from the effects of the driver.
The driver can be configured to only generate anti-gravitons but as of yet this has
never been done.

The Gravity Driver requires authorization by the Japanese government because it
is they who possess the 8224-bit key required to enable the device that
releases the driver's safety (which prevents activation). The key is changed
after each use to prevent any risk of unauthorized use of the driver.

The Gravity Driver completely replaces Hub's left forearm (which is magnetically
mounted and locked to the back of the upper arm). This is due to the aformentioned
safety. When the driver is authorized, the key is transmitted to Hub where it is
sent through the electrical connectors to the driver.

Front view of the driver.

The underside of the driver.

The backside of the driver, showing the point where the upper arm connects to it and the exhaust vents.

The driver disassembled partway. You can't buy one of these but if you're skilled enough, you could try to engineer one from this photo. Just don't tell anyone ;)

A shot of Hub.ZX wielding the driver. It's also a bit of a preview of my WIP Spec3 Hub.ZX :D

Creator's notes
The Gravity Driver is (obviously) based off of the Dividing Driver and Gatling Driver from The King of Braves GaoGaiGar.

Brick count: 29 bricks

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