EMA-10 Divinidad

General and Technical Data

Model number: EMA-10
Code name: Divinidad
Unit type: mobile armor
Manufacturer: Jupiter Empire
Operator: Jupiter Empire
First deployment: UC 0133
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: many x Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown 
Propulsion: rocket thrusters, output unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; optional bio-brain control system
Fixed armaments: medium beam cannon, mounted in left eye; super-large beam cannon, mounted in head; 2 x beam shield, mounted on forearms; 16 x nuclear missile, mounted in chest
Remote weapons: many x feather funnels, stored in wings

Technical and Historical Notes

Created with the intent of destroying Earth, the EMA-10 Divinidad was the Jupiter Empire’s final weapon. Though its arsenal included a medium beam cannon in its left eye, a powerful giant mega particle cannon in its head, and countless feather funnels that were strong enough to ram enemy mobile suits, these were merely secondary to its main purpose. Armed with an array of nuclear missiles and powered by multiple fusion reactors, the Divinidad could be considered a walking dirty bomb; just one unit could produce enough nuclear fallout to wipe out all life on Earth within 10 minutes. Eight Divinidads were produced, with one piloted by the real Crux Dogatie and the other seven by bio-brain copies. When he encountered strong resistance from the Earth Federation Forces and Crossbone Vanguard, Dogatie had the seven duplicates act as decoys so he could get to Earth and destroy the planet by his own hand. As a result, the Divinidad was destroyed before any real idea of its performance can be established.

Miscellaneous Information

Pilot: Crux Dogatie
First appearance: Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Yuichi Hasegawa
Note: custom color lineart by AmuroNT1



Crossbone Gundam Info

Yoshiyuki Tomino
Yuichi Hasegawa

Yuichi Hasegawa

Mechanical Designer(s):
Yuichi Hasegawa
Hajime Katoki

6 volumes

Manga Release:
Japan 12.01.1994 – 03.01.1997


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