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Beastman
GX Beastman.png
Beastman, as seen in F-Zero GX
Games
Machine name Hyper Speeder
Age 30
Gender Male
First game F-Zero X (1998)
Appearance(s) F-Zero X
F-Zero GX
F-Zero: GP Legend
F-Zero Climax
Voice actor F-Zero GX - Jack Merluzzi
F-Zero: GP Legend
Japanese voice actor Yasunori Matsumoto (2003-2004)[1]
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Beastman (ビーストマン Bīsutoman?), born as Christopher Annex[2], is a recurring playable character in the F-Zero video game series. He made his first appearance in the 1998 Nintendo 64 title F-Zero X. The character has also appeared outside of video games, in the anime F-Zero: GP Legend.

Beastman suffered a near-death encounter with crocodiles as a child. He thereafter became a hunter, and dedicated himself to protecting people from dangerous wild animals. After dealing with all of the creatures on his home planet, he entered the F-Zero circuit for publicity reasons, and continues to race in order to protect the crowd and the other racers from the perceived threat of the monstrous Bio Rex.

Characteristics

Christopher Annex was a shy child who nearly died when he was mauled by a crocodile on planet White.[3] The incident left him severely physically scarred, but the damage to his mind was much more extreme. After surviving the traumatic attack, he committed his life to killing wild animals and protecting people from them. Once he had wiped out all the beasts on his homeworld, Beastman entered the F-Zero Grand Prix to promote himself. His aggressive racing style made him a success, and he soon crossed paths with the dinosaur Bio Rex. Believing the creature to be dangerous, Beastman vowed to protect the fans and other racers from him.[3]

Beastman's vehicle is the Hyper Speeder, which was formerly a fighter craft he discovered in the jungle. It has since been rebuilt into an F-Zero machine by Dr. Clash, and boasts exceptional grip.

Appearance

Beastman wears a dinosaur skin suit, with clawed shoes fashioned from the creature's feet. His chest plate sports a leopard-print design. His suit is sleeveless, and he wears gloves that match the rest of the outfit. His face is covered by a beast's head that has been made into a helmet. The helmet hides his identity, apparently because of his bashful nature.[3]

Appearances

F-Zero games

Beastman made his debut appearance in F-Zero X.[4] He has also been a playable character in F-Zero GX, F-Zero: GP Legend, and F-Zero Climax.

In F-Zero Climax, Beastman could be unlocked by coming in first place in the Silver Cup on Expert difficulty.[5]

Profiles and statistics

F-Zero GX

GX Beastman.png Beastman
No. Age Sex Machine Cost
18 30 Male GX-Logo-HyperSpeeder.png 10
In game description
Beastman became a beast hunter after a nasty encounter with a gigantic crocodile on the planet White. After surviving the ordeal, he decided that he wanted to protect people from such dangerous creatures. He is actually quite shy, and in order to keep his bashful nature from being discovered he adorned himself in the imposing outfit of a dinosaur. Before long, due to his heroic deeds and growing popularity, he became known as the Beastman. Having dealt with all the beasts on his own planet, he entered the F-ZERO GX Grand Prix for promotional reasons. There, he met Bio Rex for the first time, and knowing the creature was competing, he made a vow to protect the other pilots and crowd from such a dangerous beast.

Instruction manual description
Beastman became a beast hunter after an encounter with a huge space crocodile. Having dealt with all the beasts on his own planet, he entered the F-ZERO X Grand Prix for promotional reasons. There he met Bio Rex, and he now races to contain the beast.

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GX Beastman Default.png GX Beastman Orange.png GX Beastman Blue.png GX Beastman Red.png

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References

  1. F-Zero Falcon Densetsu (TV). Anime News Network. Retrieved on 2011-11-30.
  2. Sackenheim, Shawn. Beastman's Biography. All Game Guide. Retrieved on 2011-09-22.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Pilot & Machine. F-Zero.com. Retrieved on 2011-09-22.
  4. 4.0 4.1 (1998) F-Zero X instruction manual (in English). Nintendo, pp. 30. 
  5. F-Zero Climax Pilot & Machine (Japanese). Nintendo. Retrieved on 2011-09-22.




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