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Evangelion Mark.4444C (エヴァンゲリオンマーク4444C[?], "Evangerion māku Yonjû Yon Yonjû Yon Shī") is a massive autonomous Evangelion unit introduced in Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon A Time. Powered by multiple Evangelion Mark.44B, it is armed with a positron rifle.

Design[edit | edit source]

The Evangelion Mark.4444C is a large Evangelion Unit which mounts a larger version of the Positron Rifle on it's main body, This weapon is supported by 4 upper-torso like Appendages resembling Evangelion units, these appendages despite their resemblance lack a true head, and instead have a crudely attached mask resembling that of an Angel. The Evangelion moves via four long, rotating tentacles attached to it's base.

When the Positron Rifle fires, the bottom circular part flashes from red to white. The long energy chain glows with yellow parts. Two halos appear beside the Eva unit. The eyes of the angelic heads flash in a manner when Tenth Angel fires cross-beams. On the other hand, the tentacles can serve as "hands" with similar behavioral to that of Tenth Angel, as shown when the unit attempts to stop Unit-08 β-ICC by strangling it with one of its tentacles.

Upon the 4444C's appearance in Paris, accompanied by multiple 44B units, Ritsuko Akagi asserts that these Evangelions constitute a violation of the Vatican Treaty by NERV due to the custom modification of standard Evangelion units for military purposes.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name of the unit, Evangelion Mark.4444C, may suggest that the '4' refers to one "Evangelion body". Since the unit consists of four "Evangelion bodies" , the name "Evangelion 4444C" is assigned.
  • The lack of a true head resembles Mark.09.
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