Well, the reason he sticks out in the history books is
because he likes to murder his wives,
and I can't leave Masako to his mercy.
Especially since he stole my ATOM suit.
是的 等等 你说什么
Exactly. Wait, what?
You let the Shogun steal a 21st century super-suit?
After I crash-landed trying to rescue you.
How does the Shogun even know how to operate your ATOM suit?
I designed it so an idiot could use it.
An idiot does.
Guys, bottom line is, if the Shogun has the ATOM suit,
it's not just Masako and the village we have to protect.
He can use it to conquer the whole region.
You said the Shogun's coming for your new girlfriend.
Easier to defend a village than to attack a castle.
But anyone who tries to fight the Shogun will be cut down.
Except if that person is made of steel.
About that, I'm having a little problem accessing my powers.
Sounds like you're having performance issues,
and it looks like you're not done training him yet.
Now the rest of us need to figure out
how we can defend a village.
Wake me up when the action starts.
Whoa, what is this place?
It appears to be some sort of armory.
There's a reason why Rip didn't want us in here.
Some things you can't un-see.
But why the big secret?
Rip didn't trust us to know that
there were heavy-duty weapons on board?
Well, would you?
our old friend has hailed the Waverider.
Let's play it.
Sorry to contact you like this, Captain Hunter.
But I can't risk putting any more lives in danger.
Thought this was from Barry Allen?
It is. Only from 40 years in the future.
- And neither can this. - Fascinating.
Which is why you'll keep what I'm about to tell you a secret.
Even from the rest of your team.
The ATOM suit is made of and powered by dwarf star alloy.
It's strong enough to withstand bullets, arrows, and explosives.
- So it's impenetrable? - Not quite.
Underneath the left thruster is the alpha-stabilizer.
Alpha-stabilizer, got it.
If you destroy it,
the photons that stream from
suit's weapons systems will overheat,
theoretically causing somatic overload.
Theoretically, that's--that's comforting.
You have to get close to the Shogun,
and in order to do that, you have to be able to harden.
Well, when you're putting it in those terms it isn't helping.
Ow! Neither is that.
It worked the last time.
Come on. My serum is flawless.
Your lack of focus is the problem.
You think I'm not focusing? En--enough!
-我做不到 -不 你做得到
- I can't do it. - Yes, you can.
You don't think I don't want to save the girl,
spare the village, and be a hero for once in my damn life?
I spent half of my childhood in the hospital
where it didn't even occur to me
to dream about having superpowers.
然而 我拥有了 又失去了
But guess what? I got 'em, I lost 'em,
now I really, really need 'em, and I can't get 'em back.
This isn't all about you.
I worked for years,
spent billions of dollars to develop the ATOM suit.
I nearly die learning to shrink,
and now, I have to teach you to destroy the very thing,
the only thing, that makes me a hero.
"Somatic overload" means destroy the suit?
We can't beat the Shogun while he's wearing the suit,
so we have to blow the suit up.
Your powers are within you.
After today, I'll have nothing left.
You should all be safe here.
They've never seen foreigners before.
I was once just like them.
My village was also small and isolated.
Some would say that my people were superstitious,
but in truth, we were protected.
Protected by that?
Legend has it that this totem was one of five created by the gods
and given to the five great tribes of Zambesi.
This totem harnesses the ashe, or the--the life force,
of the animal kingdom.
It was passed down to me from my mother and from hers before that.
And why did you leave?
I was recruited by the JSA,
and I realized that the world was much larger
than just my village,
and that there were people beyond its borders
who also needed protection.
Sometimes I can't help but worry that with me gone,
there's no one left to guard my home,
from people like Mr. Rory.
At the end of the day, Mick does the right thing.
You remind me of my son.
Why? Was he a terrible teacher, too?
He was a great Samurai.
I built him the strongest and most formidable armor
in all of Japan.
Forged him a sword fit for an Emperor.
What happened to him?
My son was popular with the men who served under him,
and the Shogun resented him for it.
So he ordered Oda to commit seppuku.
We will make sure that the Shogun pays
for what he's done to your family.
Maybe. Maybe not.
But I ask you, would I rather hold my son
again or his armor?
Your son, obviously.
An armor is nothing but iron, leather, and silk.
It can be replaced, but the man
who wears the armor is--
I get it.
You're saying I don't need a suit of armor to defeat the Shogun.
Don't be ridiculous.