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The Ideon was originally constructed by a long dead alien civilization on the planet Solo (known as the 6th Civilization because it was the 6th alien civilization Terran colonists had discovered). It is comprised of three rather ordinary-looking trucks (Sol Amber, Sol Vainer and Sol Conver) which were discovered and restored by Terran scientists excavating ruins on planet Solo.
 
The Ideon was originally constructed by a long dead alien civilization on the planet Solo (known as the 6th Civilization because it was the 6th alien civilization Terran colonists had discovered). It is comprised of three rather ordinary-looking trucks (Sol Amber, Sol Vainer and Sol Conver) which were discovered and restored by Terran scientists excavating ruins on planet Solo.
   
When a previously unknown alien fleet, called the Buff Clan, attacks the colonists they fled into the aforementioned trucks for protection and were shocked when - on their own - they transformed and combined into the powerful humanoid machine known as the Ideon. Each truck can either be used as part of the Ideon or transform into an independent war machine (Ideo Delta, Ideo Nova and Ideo Buster). Although none of these 3 machines were that powerful on their own at first, they were quickly equipped with powerful missile launchers and Glen Cannons by mechanic Joliver Ira. The Ideon is carried aboard the Solo Ship throughout the series as they flee through the universe. It is finally destroyed in the movie Ideon: Be Invoked in the final battle against the Buff Clan's most powerful weapon, the Gando Rowa.
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When a previously unknown alien fleet, called the Buff Clan, attacked the colonists they got into these trucks for protection and were shocked when - on their own - they transformed and combined into the powerful humanoid machine known as the Ideon. Each truck can either be used as part of the Ideon or transform into an independent war machine (Ideo Delta, Ideo Nova and Ideo Buster). Although none of these 3 machines were that powerful on their own at first, they were quickly equipped with powerful missile launchers and Glen Cannons by mechanic Joliver Ira. The Ideon is carried aboard the Solo Ship throughout the series as they flee through the universe. It is finally destroyed in the movie Ideon: Be Invoked in the final battle against the Buff Clan's most powerful weapon, the Gando Rowa.
   
 
The Ideon and its individual parts are powered by the 'Id', a mysterious yet infinite power source that fluctuates constantly, affecting the Ideon's performance. If the Ide Gauge (which can be found in the cockpit of each of the Ideon's 3 parts) does not display the Ide to be at an appropriate level, not only will the Ideon's attack/defense capabilities be decreased, but it might also forcefully separate back into its 3 components. Ide responds better to younger people; hence the Ideon's pilots become younger and younger as the series goes on. Bes, the captain of the Ideon pilots it along with Cosmo, Kasha, Tekuno and Bento in the early episodes, but soon retires from the job, handing it over to the younger Moera. The child Deck becomes a pilot later on, being able to bring more out of the Ideon because of his age. The Ideon can even respond to babies, as is the case when the infant Piper Lou sneaks aboard, and occasionally its individual parts can operate without a pilot at all.
 
The Ideon and its individual parts are powered by the 'Id', a mysterious yet infinite power source that fluctuates constantly, affecting the Ideon's performance. If the Ide Gauge (which can be found in the cockpit of each of the Ideon's 3 parts) does not display the Ide to be at an appropriate level, not only will the Ideon's attack/defense capabilities be decreased, but it might also forcefully separate back into its 3 components. Ide responds better to younger people; hence the Ideon's pilots become younger and younger as the series goes on. Bes, the captain of the Ideon pilots it along with Cosmo, Kasha, Tekuno and Bento in the early episodes, but soon retires from the job, handing it over to the younger Moera. The child Deck becomes a pilot later on, being able to bring more out of the Ideon because of his age. The Ideon can even respond to babies, as is the case when the infant Piper Lou sneaks aboard, and occasionally its individual parts can operate without a pilot at all.

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