A-Buraage (ア・ブラーゲ), known in English as Foxuno, is a KTN-type Medabot that first appeared in the original Medarot game.
Foxuno resembles a Japanese swordsman, with swords on both arms, a mask, and Leg Parts styled after a Hakama (a garment traditionally worn in martial arts). However, he is also heavily based on a fox, or kitsune, which are often depicted as tricksters and shapeshifters in Japanese folklore. His counterpart, Agadama, is based on a tanuki, which is an animal with a similar significance.
In the games
In the early games, Foxuno's legs make him much more suited to physical attacks than ranged ones, but all of his parts have a good balance of armor, speed, and power. In Medarot 2 Core, his stats were changed to make him roughly equal in shooting and physical attacks.
In Medarot 7, the names and actions for Foxuno's parts were changed. His head was changed to a "Charge Trap" and his "Sword" attacks were replaced with "Fire".
In Medarot 1
In the original game, Foxuno's parts can wither be obtained from random battles, or bought from a convenience store in the Shopping Area.
In Medarot 2
Foxuno's parts cannot be obtained during normal gameplay and instead must be transferred over from Medarot 1.
In Medarot R
Foxuno is obtainable from the Part Collection by fighting Kan'nushi, who is ranked opponent number 82
In Medarot 2 Core
In Medarot 7
Foxuno's model number has been changed to KTN00.
In the animeFoxuno was employed by the Rubberobo Gang for the brief duration of time in which their attempt to masquerade as a professional renovation service was in effect. Foxuno was used as their primary method of demolishing buildings which they were to perform a renovation on and was paraded as a minor deity for which the Rubberobo Gang would be blessed by in order to gain the confidence of their clients.
Foxuno was retired not long after the start of the scheme when the Rubberobos were challenged to a robattle by Ikki on the condition that they cease harassing his family into renovating should he emerge victorious. Foxuno is promptly selected in response to Ikki's challenge and was subsequently beaten after Metabee blasted him with his Seeker Missiles at point blank range.
Ikki went on to claim Foxuno's Rapier as part of the official submission robattle rules. What became of the remainder of his body is unknown.
- Agadama, his TAN-series counterpart.