Battle Suit


Model number: N/A
Code name: Battle Suit
Unit type: high maneuverability powered battle suit
Manufacturer: Zentradi
Operator: Zentradi
Rollout: unknown
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only
Dimensions: overall height 18.1 meters; overall length 7.1 meters; overall width 5.2 meters
Weight: empty 42.0 metric tons; max gross unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: thermonuclear reaction engine, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: 3 x primary booster; 8 x high-maneuverability vernier thruster; 2 x maneuvering vane
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x medium-bore cannon, mounted on arms; 3-barrel gun, mounted on left torso; 2 x small-bore cannon, mounted on right torso; 2 x large macro-missile launcher, stores 23 x high-maneuverability missiles each, mounted on engine; small micro-missile launcher, stores 10 x high-maneuverability missiles, mounted in torso
Optional hand armaments: none

The Battle Suit was a powered mecha used in the 2030s and 2040s in deep space by rogue Zentradi who were hostile to U.N. Spacy. The Battle Suit incorporated elements of earlier Zentradi powered suit designs such as the Queadluun-Rau and Nousjadeul-Ger. The Battle Suit’s armaments included two medium-bore cannons, a 3-barrel gun, two small-bore cannons, two large micro-missile launchers and a small micro-missile launcher. In early 2040, a U.N. Spacy VF-11B Thunderbolt squad encountered multiple Zentradi Battle Suits on assignment in deep space. VF-11B pilot Isamu Alva Dyson managed to destroy seven Battle Suits on his own, but his reckless piloting resulted in his reassignment to planet Eden to test pilot the YF-19 as part of Project Super Nova.

First appearance: Macross Plus
Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake


Rear view

Macross Plus Info

Shoji Kawamori
Shinichiro Watanabe

Keiko Nobumoto

Mechanical Designer(s):
Shoji Kawamori
Kazutaka Miyatake

Character Designer:
Masayuki Yamaguchi

Musical Composer:
Yoko Kanno

Video Release:
Japan 08.25.1994 – 06.25.1995
U.S. 02.28.1995 – 04.16.1996

4 episodes; 1 compilation movie

Theatrical Release:
Japan 09.30.1995
U.S. 12.14.2021


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