ATM-09-SAC Scopedog Fox Special


Model number: ATM-09-SAC
Code name: Scopedog Fox Special
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: unknown
Weight: unknown
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: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; control computer, type unknown
Fixed armaments: spiked arm punch, uses replaceable cartridges; 2 x shield, mounted on forearms
Optional hand armaments: GAT-22 30mm heavy machine gun w/grenade launcher

Throughout the course of the Hundred Years War, many ATM-09-ST Scopedog pilots customized their units for specific combat styles. One such custom Scopedog was used by Galvin Fox, who was stationed on planet Miyoite with the Schweppes Platoon during what later becomes known as the Plan Bang Doll scandal. The lower portion of the left arm was replaced, mounting a new forearm with a protective shield powerful enough to endure a direct blast from an anti-AT rifle. The right arm was entirely replaced with a custom arm, which also mounted a shield and spiked arm punch. Other armaments included a standard heavy machine gun/grenade launcher. After the war, Fox relocated to the Melkian city of Tapping and became a Battling arena combat pilot. Fox recreated his unit with the silver ATM-09-BTC Scopedog Battling Custom and became famous for his brutality.

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


Armor Hunter Merowlink Info

Takeyuki Kanda

Ryosuke Takahashi

Mechanical Designer:
Kunio Okawara

Character Designer:
Moriyasu Taniguchi

Musical Composer:
Hiroki Inui

12 episodes

Video Release:
Japan 11.21.1988 – 04.28.1989


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