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DT-6800A Daughtress

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General and Technical Data

Model number: DT-6800A
Code name: Daughtress
Unit type: mass production general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer(s): United Nations Earth; New United Nations Earth
Operator(s): United Nations Earth; Vulture; miscellaneous civilians; Alternative Company; New United Nations Earth
First deployment: pre-A.W. 0001
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 16.3 meters
Weight: empty 7.0 metric tons; max gross weight unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: shield, mounted on left arm
Optional hand armaments: 90mm machine gun

Technical and Historical Notes

A mass produced, general purpose mobile suit built by the United Nations Earth prior to the 7th Space War, the DT-6800A Daughtress was the U.N.E.’s mainstay unit, equally capable of combat duties in both ground- and space-based environments. Although the Daughtresses saw most of the action in the early days of the 7th Space War, they were mostly kept on the rear lines near the end of the war, as the final battles were fought using the more powerful Gundam-series mobile suits. As a result, a surprisingly high number of Daughtress units survived the cataclysmic end of the war, and these units fell into the hands of nearly every major and minor power in existence on post-apocalyptic Earth. The Daughtress was also utilized by the New United Nations Earth in its campaigns to conquer the world and re-unify it in A.W. 0015.

Miscellaneous Information

Pilot(s): Jamil Neate, Rick Aller
First appearance:
After War Gundam X
Original mechanical designer:
Junya Ishigaki

Lineart

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Gundam X Info


Director:

Shinji Takamatsu

Writer:
Hiroyuki Kawasaki

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Junya Ishigaki

Character Designer:
Nobuyoshi Nishimura

Musical Composer:
Yasuo Higuchi

Airdates:
Japan 04.05.1996 – 12.28.1996

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