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Cancer
Cancer is one of the most common foes facing any pilot attacking Bydo forces. It's a relatively slow moving hovering machine that occasionally takes a potshot at approaching pilots. This enemy is usually encountered earlier in missions and is known for slowly but inexorably tracking the pilot.

Appearances

R-Type

An older version Bydo weapon used for wide area control, also capable of hovering. This is one of the first weapons developed by the Bydo.

This craft is also known as the Transbot in some releases (such as the Game Boy).


R-Type II

Rebuilt as "Remodeled Cancer". A modified version of the original unit in R-Type.


Super R-Type

At first, this space cadet looks harmless, until it starts to hover overhead! Then you're in trouble.

It's called Ironclaw in Super R-Type.


R-Type Delta


R-Type Final

Cancer

Universal strike unit. Using the hovering function, it can be moved and positioned depending on the situation.

Cancer D

Left behind in this dimension after some kind of accident. Most basic functions remains the same.


R-Type Command

A basic Bydo unit, relatively unchanged from previous missions.


Description

B-Cnc Cancer -Intercepter-

Guard unit capable of traversing various types of terrain. Used for precision blocking and ramming.

  • Units: 5
  • Fuel: 40
  • Radar: 2
  • Speed: 3
  • Evade: 35%

Installation

Required

  • Mark of Resurrection
  • System Wreckage
  • 60 Bydogen

Armaments

Weapon

Name Ammo Power Range Hit Use Type Note
Bydo Shot 99 10 1-1 45% A/C Machine Gun Standard Bydo weapon. Has short range and low power, but limitless ammunition.
Ram 99 60 1-1 70% ATK Ram The unit will ram into the enemy, pushing them back at the risk of leaving itself open to attacks.

Trivia

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