World Peacekeepers Story Outline
This series, which is set in the future, is about several events that break out after troops successfully rescued a teenager who was kidnapped by the mysterious Black Armors.
Ever since Marty had his first contact with the Black Armors and was subsequently rescued, he has been found to possess mysterious prophetic abilities as he is able to see the future in fragmented visions portraying an avalanche, a tsunami, a storm and other catastrophes. These disasters will always come true after Marty experiences the prophetic visions, but he is unable to predict accurately when and where they will occur.
When the government learns about this, a unit is sent to protect Marty, and World Peacekeepers, abbreviated as WPK, is established to fight against the Black Armors. In order to defeat the Black Armors, the government grants permission for World Peacekeepers to use Ammobots – mechanical armors which have been developed over many years.
After several battles with the Black Armors, the World Peacekeepers realizes that they are actually linked to the unusual natural disasters and discovers that they originate from a small planet called Mirzam, which is outside the solar system. Their real intention is to seize the abundant ecological resources on Earth and when these resources are seized, the ecosystem will lose its balance, thus leading to natural disasters.
Ever since TL left his martial arts team, the performance of the team has deteriorated. In a bid to restore its former glory, TL's martial arts coach personally persuades TL to rejoin the team, and TL is caught in a dilemma between leaving the WPK and rejoining the martial arts team. The emergence of Commander Nick in his mysterious Black Armor has prompted the WPK members to become more vigilant and embark on more intensive training. Investigating the daily routines of Marty and the WPK members on the sly, Commander Nick begins to hatch a secret plan.
Marty is unhappy about the fact that he is not allowed to join a school excursion due to his special identity. Everyone feels bad for Marty and persuades General Yuan to let Marty join the excursion. Much to Marty's delight, General Yuan agrees, but on the condition that the WPK must offer undercover protection to Marty. At this time, the WPK is assigned a sudden mission to investigate the suspected appearance of the Black Armors at a certain location. Marty therefore misses the chance to join the excursion.
Marty is greatly disappointed when he learns that he has to give the excursion a miss. TL, who used to be a public figure, sympathizes with Marty as the boy is unable to lead a normal life. He thus obtains a tracking device from Professor Chin and installs it on Marty so that Marty can go for the excursion again. Commander Nick finally gets his opportunity to kidnap Marty as he is not protected by the WPK.
Convinced that he got defeated by the WPK because of Marty, Commander Nick wishes to capture Marty alive for research. However, he wants to avoid a direct confrontation with the WPK. Disguising himself as an Earthling, he manages to gain Marty's trust. As Commander Nick waits for an opportunity to kidnap Marty, the WPK members reach the site where they are supposed to carry out their new mission, only to discover that it is a prank by a group of teenage bandits. However, just as they are about to leave, the Black Armors appear.
Marty has a prophetic vision linked to the Black Armors. He tries to contact the base camp immediately, but realizes that there is no communications signal at the farmhouse. Commander Nick pretends to offer a helping hand to Marty, who then falls for the trick and ends up getting kidnapped by Commander Nick. Upon detecting the irregularity of Marty's tracking signal, General Yuan informs the WPK to return at once. Just as they are about to arrive, Marty disappears under the radar.