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.
Marty adopts a young Tibetan mastiff but does not know how to train it. Like a professional, BT guides Marty along. It turns out that BT grew up with a dog. Inspired by the young Tibetan mastiff, Professor Chin invents Mobile Mastiff, a new device that looks like a robotic dog. During simulation trainings, Mobile Mastiff performs very well, thus solving the Ammobot supply problem. In the meantime, Commander Nick secretly plots to capture Marty again.
Desiring to tap on Marty's prophetic abilities, Commander Nick lays a trap and tries to kidnap Marty again, but his plan gets discovered by General Yuan. As General Yuan gives chase, the WPK rushes back in time and surrounds Commander Nick, who then holds Marty hostage in exchange for his own release. When Marty is held captive, he asks Commander Nick why he is seizing the Earth's resources. Commander Nick reveals that he is forced to do so.
Commander Nick expects to gain victory by holding Marty hostage, but the WPK has already set a trap to capture Commander Nick alive. Marty resents the team for injuring Commander Nick and gives everyone the cold shoulder. General Yuan requests to interrogate Commander Nick, but Commander Nick refuses to reveal any information. Marty is convinced that Commander Nick is a good man and therefore tries to persuade him.
Commander Nick tries to escape imprisonment. As he tries to break out from the laboratory, he accidentally discovers that his planet has been destroyed. Thoroughly disheartened, Commander Nick finally reveals to the WPK that he came from a small planet called Mirzam which used to be a part of the solar system. However, as Algol, the tyrant of the universe, kidnapped the King and Queen of Mirzam as hostages, he has been forced to pledge allegiance to his enemy.
The WPK feels deeply sorry for Commander Nick and decides to help him. Commander Nick is touched by their kindness and tells them the subsequent plans orchestrated by Algol. The WPK decides to take action immediately. Switching over to the side of justice, Commander Nick works with the WPK to eliminate the Algol General that has arrived on Earth. Subsequently, he even makes a resolve to return to Algol as an undercover agent, supporting the WPK from within the enemy's camp.