MacrossMecha

Carrier

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General and Technical Data

Class: N/A
Name: Carrier
Unit type:
 mobile fortress
Manufacturer: Mardook
Operator: Mardook
First deployment: unknown
Dimensions: overall height 150.0 km
Weight: unknown
Powerplant: unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Performance: main thrusters; many x vernier thruster; fold system cluster
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; gravity control system
Fixed armaments: 3 x large guided focusing beam cannon, mounted across hull; energy irradiation device
Mecha/aircraft: unknown

Technical and Historical Notes

The Mardook Carrier was a massive mobile fortress that served as the command center for Mardook’s Lord Emperor Ingues. It was reminiscent of the Zentradi Gol Boddole Zer mobile fortress, particularly in that Ingues was also biologically integrated with his fortress. The Carrier’s armaments included three large guided focusing beam cannons and many beam guns. It was also armed with an energy irradiation device, which could fold an energy bubble across large distances and destroy friendly ships as punishment for becoming poisoned by alien ideologies. In 2092, Ingues commanded an invasion of Earth, and the Mardook forces eventually advanced all the way into Earth’s atmosphere. The Carrier destroyed the recently reactivated Macross, which the Emulator Ishtar believed was a legendary Mardook ship. Ingues’ penchant for destroying friendly ships for perceived cultural contamination eventually caused the Mardook fleet to turn their weapons on him, resulting in the Carrier’s destruction.

Miscellaneous Information

Captain: Ingues
First appearance: Super Dimension Fortress Macross II: Lovers, Again
Original mechanical designer(s): Junichi Akutsu, Kazumi Fujita, Koichi Ohata, Atsushi Okuda

Lineart

N/A

Macross II Info


Director(s):
Kenichi Yatagai
Ken’ichi Yatsuya

Writer(s):
Sukehiro Tomita
Manabu Nakamura
Eitakeshi Arii

Mechanical Designer(s):
Junichi Akutsu
Koichi Ohata
Kazumi Fujita
Atsushi Okuda

Character Designer:
Haruhiko Mikimoto

Musical Composer:
Shiro Sagisu

Video Release:
Japan 05.21.1992 – 11.21.1992
U.S. 10.28.1992 – 02.10.1993

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