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Gea Gring

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General and Technical Data

Class: N/A
Name: 
Gea Gring
Unit type:
 aura battleship
Manufacturer: Kingdom of Ku
Operator: Kingdom of Ku
First deployment: unknown
Dimensions: overall length 320.0 meters
Wingspan: unknown
Weight: 142,000.0 Luft tons
Performance: cruising speed 70 rill; maximum speed 97 rill
Estimated aura power generator output: 100 x 5 aura
Fixed armaments: many x machine gun
Aura weapons: many x Drumlo; many x Vierres; many x Wryneck; many x Galava; many x Virunvee; many x Barau

Technical and Historical Notes

Bishot Hate’s Gea Gring was the third of four massive aura battleships to be constructed in Byston Well. Like its predecessors, the Gea Gring‘s main purpose was to bring overwhelming firepower and a large number of aura battlers to the battlefield. On the surface, King Bishot Hate was an ally of Drake Luft, but he secretly plotted with Drake’s unfaithful wife Louser to eliminate him and take control of Byston Well and later Upper Earth. When the Ferarios moved the conflict to Upper Earth, the Gea Gring appeared over Egypt. For the remainder of the conflict, the Gea Gring alternatively attacked Elle Hunm’s Graon and Ceila Lapana’s Guran Galan. Late in the war, the Gea Gring suffered heavy damage during a kamikaze attack by jet fighters stationed aboard the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson. When Bishot’s scheming was exposed to Drake, he was forced to act as a shield for Drake’s Will Wipps to keep Drake from attacking his rear. In the final battle over the Pacific Ocean, the Gea Gring was destroyed when the Graon rammed into it.

Miscellaneous Information

Captain: Bishot Hate
First appearance: Aura Battler Dunbine
Original mechanical designer: Yutaka Izubuchi

Lineart

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Director:
Yoshiyuki Tomino

Writer(s):
Minoru Yokitani
Yoshiji Watanabe

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

Character Designer:
Tomonori Kogawa

Musical Composer:
Katsuhiro Tsubonou

Airdates:
Japan 02.05.1983 – 01.21.1984

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