Mark-1 series Jaeger, Arabian Knight is the only Jaeger constructed on the Iran/UAE disputed island of Abu Musa,
in the eastern Persian Gulf.
Designed by reputed scientist Dr. Sheik Yerbouti and assembled at the Ya Habibi Disco fireworks factory, this unmanned Jaeger (the only one of it's kind) was built as a kneejerk response to the impending Kaiju threat and eventual attack that was first reported on August 10th, 2013 in San Francisco, 8073.85 miles (12993.25 kilometers) away.
The project was financed by a wealthy local sheikh - a self proclaimed Otaku and European history enthusiast whose true identity remains top secret classified information - i.e. you cannot Google him.
Unlike all Mark-1 Jaegers that were powered by a nuclear reactor, Arabian Knight, however, runs on car battery.
Armed with two 50 watt p.m.p.o. stereo speaker system and a built in mp3 player that plays only Bollywood music from the 90's, Arabian Knight was able to successfully clear all tests which involved silently approaching stray cats while they slept and scaring the living daylights out of them, and snatching candies from parents before they handed them to their babies.
While the Kaijus continued to cause unfathomable devastation across the Pacific and the rest of the world (Heck, even Qatar was affected), on this side of the Arabian Peninsula, Arabian Knight - Dubai's seven foot giant (ahem) waited, and waited, and waited some more. Then it began to rust around the armpits and the pelvis followed by squeaky hinges - which was quickly remedied by applying WD-40 on the affected areas.
But there was no Kaiju to be seen anywhere. Not even a teeny tiny twenty six foot hungry baby Kaiju. Nothing. Zilch.
The Kaijus, it seems, have shown little or no interest in the UAE. Perhaps it's due to the hot weather and the fact that Kaiju, being amphibious and all, are aware that they would probably dehydrate a lot faster here than anywhere else.
Meanwhile, Arabian Knight still waits... and creaks.
Deira - Dubai, UAE