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Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson 01



First Appearance

AE-2 (Part 1) Chapter 77







Robert Nelson 02

A much younger Robert Nelson, from when he first met Rhea.

General Robert Nelson is Army Chief of Lian. He's an individual truly fighting for Tobal as a whole and is resentful of the Knights due to past experiences with their two-faced schemes. He was married to Rhea Zail, whom he met during the fight against EX-Type Zero Hyperion on Tobal.[1]

The debris from the Blue Flower falling to the planet during the Battle of Tobal angers Nelson who decides it's time to end Knight Order's influence on Tobal. With refugees rushing in from allied regions and enemy states as well, the president of Lian, President Billy, a loyal servant of the KO, is worried about his position and closes down borders.

Fearing a coup, he sends a disguised team to assassinate the General, but it fails with the intervention of Nelson's eldest son, Ray, and his elite unit of anti-AG/Knight troops wearing Raven Suits. Robert requested the assistance of Ray's advanced technology and top level fighting power, these were to be the trump card against the Knights.[2]

Nelson decides it's time to set things right on his dying planet by running for president and completely freeing it from the Knight Order.

With Gen. Nelson running for president, he is looking for possible allies. He has the option of receiving support from AE (a technological alliance), but is wary as they will be just like the Knight Order. He meets with one of AE's commanders, Lt. Gen. Tinie, a former knight who disobeyed Knight Order command to help Tobal in a previous war against the AG.



(Campaign speech criticizing the dependence on Knights and the Knight Order)
Robert Nelson: "We need to question the norms. How dangerous it is to depend on specialized individuals, the Knights, and the [political] power they've gained by making themselves rare and unavailable. This system of irregularities that depend on individuals make people unfairly vulnerable, like ourselves. Someone needs to raise his voice. It's our scream, [the] one's who have lost. It's our statement. We had to lose with so much pain...Shouldn't we do something about it? Shouldn't we get our voices be heard? To that somebody who caused our losses? I'm not saying we should be complaining why we lost. What we need to do to not lose anything anymore. Shouldn't we think about these questions? Shouldn't we act? If we don't, it will be shame on us to those we've lost. We will gain nothing from just pain."[3]