C3-5 Mistral II
Manufacturer GIAT
Primary users France

The C3-5 Mistral II is a second generation Arm Slave operated mainly by France.


The C3-5 Mistral II is unique in construction, unlike the M6 Bushnell, Rk-92 Savage and European counterparts like the Drache and Cyclone the C3-5 is only vaguely humanoid, as it lacks a real "head" and has an unusually shaped torso. While with slightly better armor, the C3-5 is also below par of other Arm Slaves in terms of speed.

Operational History

Aside from its deployment with the French Military, the Mistral II has widespread use as the leading Arm Slave with foreign armies, courtesy of export sales. One such customer was the National Army of the Republic of Balic, who under the lead of Colonel Maress utilised several platoons of Mistral II's to combat both resistance fighters and intervening Mithril SRT M9's in Taboli city during its civil war.

Like the Rk-92 Savage, the Mistral II has at times fallen into the hands of dictatorships and terrorists, as seen especially in Mallias. A group equipped with the C3-5 Mistral II was seen destroyed by a Mithril unit equipped with the M9E Gernsback.

A number of combat retired Mistral II's fell into private hands and were repurposed as stadium fighting machines for Gladiator style battles. These Arm Slave battles are a popular novelty, entertaining huge crowds in cities like Namsac, Laos, among others.


General characteristics

  • Crew: 1
  • Height: 7.8 Meters
  • Weight: 14.5 Tons
  • Power Source: Gas turbine engine, Turboméca 1500kW/2000hp


  • Maximum Operation Time: 200 Hours
  • Top Speed: 110km/h
  • Maximum Jump: 15 Meters


  • FN M2HB(S) 12.7mm machine gun

Optional Armaments

  • FAMAS T35M820 35mm Rifle
  • GIAT BVH 40mm Rifle
  • BAE Systems MMC-C2 Monomolecular Cutter


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