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Seen in the videogame King of Braves GaoGaiGar: Blockaded Numbers, and in a brief flashback in King of Braves GaoGaiGar FINAL. Developed at NASA in the United States. Classified as a "high-security tool;" unlike the Goldion Hammer, its use requires the direct, confirmed authorization of the UN Secretary General. Once authorization is granted, a panel on the console of the relevant operator (Mikoto Utsugi) rotates to reveal a palm-reading sensor, to which a data-gloved right hand is applied.
The Grand Pressure (misromanized as "Grand Pleshar" in the game's text) resembles a large, almost spherical container divided in half, with one half attached to either of GaoGaiGar's hands in use. Its function is to trap the enemy in the space between the two halves (creating an interior similar to that of Projectile-X), sealing the pod with a two-stage lock. The enemy is then bombarded with G-Stone energy that causes it to compress and shatter. Like Disc X, this energy can be tuned to only destroy a certain type of material.
The tool was apparently built in five sizes, though only one size was ever seen in the game itself. A weapon with very similar properties was installed as the chest weapons on the Chasseur-made Super-AI robots KouRyu and AnRyu, though it was named after Projectile-X instead.