|Function: Ambassador of Destruction|
Makes double-team attacks with jet and tank. An amalgamation of killing weaponry, he can rapidly produce missiles and other weapons with his internal arms factory.
Weapons: Transtector Destroyer Cannon
Ultimate Attack: "Dis-relive" -- Intensifying the mightiest super-god power ever, he can inflict destructive damage on the regenerative abilities of the Cybertrons' transtectors.
Giga and Mega had their own, individual tech spec numbers:
Strength - 8.9
Strength - 7.0
|Strength: 10||Intelligence: 10|
|Speed: 9||Endurance: 10|
|Rank: 10||Courage: 10|
|Firepower: 10||Skill: 9|
Overlord Toy Information
|Giga, Mega, Overlord|
|Filed Under||Masterforce Destrons|
|Additional Themes||Giga, Mega, Overlord|
|Additional Toy Info |
Was released without any significant alterations in 1992 in Europe.
Overlord Parts Information
|City/Fort/Battle Station, Plane/Spaceship, Tank/Military Based|
|Figure Color||Black, White|
Overlord Additional Info
Overlord has two Godmaster / Powermaster partners, Giga and Mega, and in vehicle mode splits up into two vehicles, Giga's Gigatank and Mega's Megajet. Giga was voiced by Keiichi Noda, while his wife Mega was voiced by Rihoko Yoshida. Both Godmasters interact with the two in two separate ways - first, they attach to sockets on the tank and jet to allow them to transform into Overlord. Second, they plug into the chest compartments to deploy Overlord's weaponry. They can also both sit in cockpits located on the tank and jet. In city mode, there is an additional compartment in the main tower, and a small gray wheeled vehicle which either Godmaster can plug into in engine mode.
In robot mode, the nose of the jet plane mounts on the arm of Overlord as a shield and an independent attack drone. In this form it is known as the "Megachild".
Overlord's ultimate attack, "Dis-relive", is pronounced Dis-re-live ("live" with a long "i", as in life), according to Doug Dlin, who translated the tech specs.