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ATM-09-BDC Bounty Dog Boyle Custom

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General and Technical Data

Model number: ATM-09-BDC
Code name: Bounty Dog Boyle Custom
Unit type: custom mid-class armored trooper
Manufacturer: Gilgamesh Confederation
Operator: Gilgamesh Confederation
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso/head
Dimensions: overall height 3.894 meters
Weight: dry weight 7.011 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: unknown
Muscle cylinder system: unknown
Polymer ringers (PR) liquid type: unknown
PR liquid power: unknown
PR liquid capacity: unknown
Reserve PR liquid tank capacity: unknown
PR liquid replacement time: unknown
Performance: gliding wheel speed: 99.2 km/h
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; control computer, type unknown
Fixed armaments: arm punch, uses replaceable cartridges; 4-tube missile launcher, mounted on right shoulder; wire wench, mounted on left forearm
Optional hand armaments: GAT-22C compact 30mm heavy machine gun w/grenade launcher

Technical and Historical Notes

The ATM-09-RC Bounty Dog was a member of Gilgamesh’s “dog” family of armored troopers. One variant was the ATM-09-BDC Bounty Dog Boyle Custom. Boyle’s custom unit was similar to the standard Bounty Dog, but it was also equipped with a 4-tube missile launcher on the right shoulder. With its wire wench, the Bounty Dog could scale mountainsides, buildings or grapple to safety during a fall. Additional armaments included a compact heavy machine gun/grenade launcher. Boyle used his custom unit in several battles against Merowlink Ality, first in the abandoned city of Kerama and later at Lulucy Ramon’s family castle. In their final duel, Merowlink laid a series of traps throughout the castle and managed to destroy Boyle’s Bounty Dog.

Miscellaneous Information

Pilot: Boyle
First appearance: Armor Hunter Merowlink
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara

Lineart

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Armor Hunter Merowlink Info


Director:
Takeyuki Kanda

Writer:
Ryosuke Takahashi

Mechanical Designer:
Kunio Okawara

Character Designer:
Moriyasu Taniguchi

Musical Composer:
Hiroki Inui

Format:
12 episodes

Video Release:
Japan 11.21.1988 – 04.28.1989

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