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E-SPT-DL-X Doll

 

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Standard mode

Ground mode

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E-SPT-DL-X Doll

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: E-SPT-DL-X

Code name: Doll

Unit type: general purpose mass production super powered tracer

Manufacturer: Earth Liberation Front

Operator: Earth Liberation Front

Rollout: October 1999 AD
First deployment: 30 December 1999 AD

Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in head
Dimensions: overall height 10.88 meters, head height 9.64 meters

Weight: max gross 12.40 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown; thickness 135mm

Powerplant: fuel cell; engine output 167 PU

Propulsion: 2 x 8740 kg; attitude control verniers: 8
Performance: maximum thruster acceleration 1.41 G

Equipment and design features: sensors, sensitivity -52.3 dB

Fixed armaments: 2 x knuckle shot, mounted on hands; 2 x shield mounted on forearms; foot- and backpack-mounted wheels; detachable backpack, can be used to aid in ground mobility
Optional hand armaments: 2-barrel lasered rifle

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

In 1996, the conventional power of Earth's militaries proves completely inferior to the technological might of the Gradosian SPT. As a result, the Gradosian Empire conquers the planet and begins a harsh occupation. In late 1999, Dr. Elizabeth Clabery and John Gilbert secretly work in an underground factory to develop Earth's first native SPT, the E-SPT-DL-X Doll. The Doll's design is created by reverse engineering a captured SPT-BV-15C Braver and SPT-DT-25C Dtol. The Doll borrows the wheels used by the Dtol for ground combat, with a twist. The Doll's backpack allows for atmospheric flight, but it can also detach and serve as a ground mobility aid with its wheels. The Doll's armaments include a pair of knuckle shots and a 2-barrel lasered rifle. Eiji Asuka serves as a test pilot to work out the Doll's mobility problems during its development. In October, David Rutherford reveals the Doll's existence to the world by using an incomplete unit in battle to rescue Julia Asuka. The completed Dolls make their formal combat debut on December 30 when deployed to protect the Seal of Grados at Peru's Nazca Lines.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Pilot(s): Albatro Null Eiji Asuka, David Rutherford, Simone Reflann
Appearances:
Blue Comet SPT Layzner

Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara

 

Lineart

 

Cockpit
2-barrel lasered rifle

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