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Freeden II

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General and Technical Data

Class: N/A
Name:
 Freeden II
Ships of the line:
Freeden II
Unit type:
 space battleship
Manufacturer:
 North American resistance forces
Operator:
 Vulture
First deployment:
 October A.W. 0015
Dimensions:
 overall length 173.0 meters; overall width 67.0 meters
Wingspan:
 unknown
Weight:
 unknown
Propulsion:
 unknown
Equipment and design features:
 sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments:
 4 x double beam cannon turret, mounted on main body; many x missile launcher, mounted on main body; many x anti-aircraft laser, mounted on main body
Mobile weapons:
GX-9900-DV Gundam X Divider; GT-9600-D Gundam Leopard Destroy; GW-9800-B Gundam Airmaster BurstGX-9901-DX Gundam Double XRMS-006G Jenice Kai Ennil El CustomRMSN-008 Bertigo; GS-9900 G-Falcon

Technical and Historical Notes

In October A.W. 0015, the 8th Space War began between the New United Nations Earth and the Space Revolutionary Army. The crew of the former Vulture landship Freeden wished to intervene and end the conflict, but they needed a way to get off the Earth first. That way presented itself at a New Orleans military base controlled by anti-New U.N.E. opposition forces. The Freeden crew stole a battleship from the New Orleans base, which they named the Freeden II. The Freeden II was armed with four double beam cannon turrets, as well as multiple missile launchers and anti-aircraft laser guns. After reaching space, the Freeden II was caught in the middle of the fighting between the New U.N.E. and the S.R.A., but it broke a path through the battlefield to reach the Moon where D.O.M.E. and the ultimate secret of Newtypes laid.

Miscellaneous Information

Captain: Jamil Neate
First appearance: After War Gundam X
Original mechanical designer: Junya Ishigaki

Lineart

N/A

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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