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Seen in King of Braves GaoGaiGar FINAL. The original version of GaoGaiGar as designed by Cain of the Green Planet, based on the power of the G-Crystal from which the G-Stone is derived. Its necessary components - the five Genesic Machines and a copy of Galeon's original programming - were stored in a gigantic G-Crystal at the former location of the Trinary Solar System. Portions of its design (mechanical hair, distinctive "helmet") bear a resemblance to the design of Cyborg Guy in his Ultimate Armor. It is the strongest God of Destruction, the ultimate shape of courage.
Genesic's design is distinctly different from its predecessors - in addition to having five GaoMachines rather than three, Genesic is given a much more streamlined design than GaoGaiGar or GaoFighGar, with flatly cylindrical forearms rather than the bulbous forearms of the others and a tail housing its option parts onboard rather than having them flown in seperately. It is also the only one which causes a change in Guy himself.
The orange "hair" is actually a connected series of power batteries, and when activated can give a temporary boost in power. Guy's Hyper Mode, for example, is powered by two strands of batteries. Genesic GaoGaiGar has significantly more than two strings of such canisters - each individual strand of hair is a line of dozens of batteries. Though only briefly shown (a little more than a second of footage near the end of the Goldion Crusher scene), the hair stiffens out when activated.
Genesic GaoGaiGar is protected by Genesic Armor, which seems to bear similar properties to J-Ark's Generating Armor. Contact with it releases Genesic Aura, causing damage. In stark contrast to the normal green hue associated with the G-Stone, the Genesic Aura is bright orange in color, similarly to The Power.
Almost all damage suffered by Genesic GaoGaiGar is on its left ("Protect") side, while its right ("Broken") side remains mostly untouched. This may be a nod to its role as the God of Destruction.