Code name: Drumlo
Unit type:
 mass production general purpose aura battler
Manufacturer: House Drake
Operator(s): House Drake; Kingdom of Ku
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 7.4 meters
Weight: 6.9 Luft tons
Armor materials: bio-armor (gatder carapace and kamai-lug shell)
Performance: cruising speed 180 rill (later upgraded to 190 rill); maximum speed 220 rill (later upgraded to 230 rill)
Aura conversion performance: 0.88
Aura power: 10 aura (basic, later upgraded to 9 aura); 16 aura (max level after upgrade)
Fixed armaments: 2 x flame bomb; 2 x aura shot, mounted in hands; 6 x small aura cannon, mounted in hands; sword, stored on backpack, hand-carried in use

Upper Earth engineers Shot Weapon and Zet Light created various models of aura battlers for Drake Luft after their arrival in Byston Well. The Drumlo was created as the first mass production model for use by Drake’s growing army. The Drumlo was armed with a variety of weapons, including flame bombs, aura shots, aura cannons and a sword. Because of its ease of use, the Drumlo was employed as a training unit for many of the Upper Earth pilots forcibly brought to Byston Well by Drake. Later models were upgraded to increase speed and performance while requiring less basic aura power. Despite the introduction of more powerful aura battlers, the Drumlo retained its role even after the Ferarios moved the conflict to Upper Earth.

Pilot(s): Bern Bunnings, Todd Guinness, Jerryl Coochibi, Garalia Nyamhee, Musiy Poe, Allen Brady, Fei Cheung Kwan, Kazun
First appearance: Aura Battler Dunbine
Original mechanical designer(s): Kazutaka Miyatake (principal design), Yutaka Izubuchi (cleanup)


Dunbine Info

Yoshiyuki Tomino

Minoru Yokitani
Yoshiji Watanabe

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kazutaka Miyatake
Yutaka Izubuchi
Tomonori Kogawa
Hidetoshi Ohmori

Character Designer:
Tomonori Kogawa

Musical Composer:
Katsuhiro Tsubonou

49 episodes

Japan 02.05.1983 – 01.21.1984


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