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The Mini Bata self-propelled railway gun is the miniboss of the Mission 2 of Metal Slug: Super Vehicle-001.

Information

After the rebellion captured Ronbertburg City, The Mini-Bata served as a defensive artillery concealed by nearby civilian buildings and advertisement towers. It was made from a captured locomotive from the city, which was mounted with the cannon. It is mainly a defensive weapon, and is operated by two Rebel soldiers.

Details

The Mini-Bata serves as the miniboss of the mission 2, and is thus relatively easy to defeat. Its only attack consists of firing a series of slow-moving fireballs that are easy to dodge. During battle, a Shielded Soldier appears to assist to miniboss, and can be easily dealt with.

In Other Games

Metal Slug Attack

The Mini-Bata makes its debut as a playable unit in Metal Slug Attack. To compensate for the modified sprites, it was given hydraulics so it could attack enemies smoothly. It is operated by two Rebel Infantry. The shots it fires are rather slow, but are capable of staggering enemies. The hydraulics also allow it to block incoming projectiles with ease.

When severely damaged, the Mini-Bata's operators are thrown out and die, but the Mini-Bata itself goes on a collision course onto the enemy for a prolonged duration before being destroyed. Enemies cannot pass the Mini-Bata until it is completely destroyed.

Trivia

  • The Mini-Bata was based on a German WWII rail artillery train.
  • The battle with the Mini-Bata uses the usual end-of-level boss theme (i.e. Steel Beast) instead of the normal mission theme, despite its role as mini-boss.
  • The turret of the Mini Bata is somewhat similar to the British Cruiser Mk. III or the Covenanter tank used in WWII, more similar to a Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwind/Ostwind.
  • The Mini-Bata's Concept art depicts that it was pushed by a train, however, in game, the Mini-Bata is a single moving rail car.

Gallery

Enemy Vehicles and Armed Structures
Rebel Army
Combat Di-Cokka | Bull Chan | Girida-O | Iron Iso | Melty Honey | MV-280B | Mini-Bata | M-15A | LV Armor | MV-280C | Metal Duck | Redback | "Blaze Tank" | Recycle Box | Bit Tank | Nantes' Tank | Vortex | 808Z Train | Marinesk | Fight Cab
Support Rebel Van | MV-280A | Dararin Dara Dara | M34 3-Ton Truck | Landseek | Nop-03 Sarubia | TM-1 Missile | Parachuetruck | Morden Bus | MG-36 | Ferry Boat | Subway | Turrets | Space Tank | Walking Locomotive/Iron Cab | Mine Carts
Aerial R-Shobu | MH-6J Masknell | Flying Tara | Eaca-B | Naglfar | Armed Tiltrotor
Marine Hammer-Yang | Jet Hammer-Yang | U25U | Mini-Sub 88
Vigilance Mosque Artillery | Balor | Scrap Tower
Other Armies
Division 6 Japanese Tank Soldier | Null Fighter
Martians Mini-UFO | Dai-Manji | Rugname | Mars Walker | Mars Gigantalos | Mars Sweeper | Pauline's Mech
Invaders Invader UFO | Flying Shelt | Tripod | Purple King
Ptolemaic Black Hound | Hover Vehicle | Hover Unit | A.P.C. | Ptolemaic Slug | Units | Ptolemaic Saucer | Gaia Elephant | Stone Turtle | Towa's Mech | D-001 Tanbal | Unit Suit | Lucy's Frog Mecha | GIP-03 Bergenia | Air Board | Hammer DX5005 | Vermilion Tank | Tatyana's Mech | Snordon | Glidron
Other Mummy Generator | Water Tar | Iron Fortress | Kaguya's Samurai Mech | Maya's Excavator | Sharifa's Golem | Super Vibration Cutter | Stray Demon | Pumpkin Head
Unused KT-21 | "The Jet" | "Scrap Fan"
Bosses
Metal Slug Tetsuyuki | Hairbuster Riberts | Tani Oh | Shoe & Karn | Iron Nokana | Hi-Do

Mini-Bata | Allen O'Neil

Metal Slug 2/X The Keesi II / Iron Nokana MK II (X) | Aeshi Nero | Dragon Nosuke | Big Shiee | Hozmi | Rugname

Mosque Artillery | The Keesi II (X) | Karn (X) | Allen O'Neil | Dai-Manji

Metal Slug 3 Huge Hermit | Monoeye UFO | Jupiter King | Sol Dae Rokker | Rootmars

Twin Ohumein-Conga | Monoeyes | Hairbuster Riberts | Hi-Do | Rugname | Fake Rootmars | Clone Incubator

Metal Slug 4 Brave Guerrier | Toschka Dalanue | The Iron | Big John | Sea Satan | Amadeus Mother Computer

Mecha Allen O'Neil

Metal Slug 5 Metal Rear | Shooting Ray | Screamer | Sand Marine | Avatar of Evil

Black Hound | Stone Turtle (unused) | Gaia Elephant | Ptolemaios (unused)

Metal Slug 6 Bull Drill | Iron Sentinel | Brain Robot | Elder Centipede | Invader King

Invader Controller

Metal Slug 7/XX Worm Mecha | Crablops | Destroyed Crablops | Fall Mecha | The Union | Rebel Gigant | Kraken

Scrap Tower | Big Gate

Metal Slug: 1st Mission Rebel VTOL | Rebel Train | Macba | Rebel Zeppelin | Electromagnetic Crane | Weapons Port Boss | Hilde Garn

Facility Elevator | Macba | Rebel Truck

Metal Slug: 2nd Mission Big Bertha | Terrain Carrier | Rebel Reactor | Macba | Rebel Submarine | Tani Oh | Wired | Rebel Airplane | Hilde Garn's Slug | Rocket UFO

Power Generators | Rebel Rocket | Hyakutaro

Metal Slug Advance Formor | Emain Macha | Kaladgolg | The Keesi III | Cabracan

Allen Jr.

Metal Slug 3D Parachuetruck | Mosque Artillery | Spider-Bot | Underground Cruise Missile | Morden's Battleship | Morden's Castle | Allen O'Neil | Lugus | Lieu
Metal Slug Attack Pharaoh's Arc | Ptolemaios | Ball Slug | Great Mother | Mars Gigantalos | K-O3 Coupled Armored Vehicle | Land Blowfish | Cyclobster | Slug Square | Zoni Doloma | Quadro Jumper | Denturion | D-Gu | Fortmeranian | Rock Mole | Giant Copter | Et A Omnis | Vortex | Digger Base | Crusty Legs | Armored Crawler | Queen Big Snail | 7000 Class Locomotive | Riviere Hyll | Metal Fusioner No.223
Mobile games Rocket Control Room | Unknown Alien | Hellfire | Spiderbot | Cyclops | Mega Laser Turret | Mars Battle UFO | M-32 Water Carrier Plane | Kourai | Alien Floating Structure