Model number: N/A
Code name: Glaug
Unit type: commander type tactical pod
Manufacturer: Roiquonmi 33,0048,902nd Zentradi Fully-Automated Weaponry Development and Production
Operator(s): Zentradi, U.N. Spacy; civilians
Rollout: unknown
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in main body
Dimensions: overall height 16.55 meters; overall length 12.66 meters; overall width 11.4 meters
Weight: max gross 41.2 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: 3.9 GGV class Roiquonmi thermonuclear reaction furnace, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: 2 x booster thruster; many x vernier thruster
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; optional aerospace booster
Fixed armaments: long-range electron beam cannon, mounted on top of main body; 2 x large-bore impact cannon, mounted as arms; 2 x small-bore impact cannon, mounted as arms; 2 x small-bore anti-personnel laser cannon, mounted on main body below cockpit
Optional hand armaments: none

The Glaug was a tactical pod used by Zentradi commanders that featured heavier firepower over the standard Regult. In addition to using a different leg design and a forward facing cockpit hatch, the Glaug featured two arms that each mounted small- and large-bore impact cannons. Additional armaments included a long-range electron beam cannon mounted on top of the main body, as well as a pair of anti-personnel laser cannons. The Glaug was limited to ground combat in a planetary atmosphere, but it could use an optional aerospace booster to achieve flight. By the time of Space War I in 2009, the Glaug was a rarer unit due to the Supervision Army having damaged the Roiquonmi factory satellite where they were produced 280,000 cycles earlier (in Zentradi timekeeping). Notorious commander Kamjin Kravshera used a Glaug as his personal unit for the entirety of Space War I and during the Zentradi insurgency of 2011-12. In subsequent decades, the Glaug design evolved through new units like the Neo Glaug and VBP-1 Variable Glaug. By 2067, New U.N. Spacy was using the Super Glaug, which featured some differences in armaments.

Pilot(s): Kamjin Kravshera, Moruk Laplamiz
First appearance: Super Dimension Fortress Macross
Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori




Cockpit hatch


Rear view

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Noboru Ishiguro

Hiroshi Ohnogi
Shoji Kawamori
Noboru Ishiguro
Sukehiro Tomita
Kenichi Matsuzaki

Mechanical Designer(s):
Shoji Kawamori
Kazutaka Miyatake

Character Designer:
Haruhiko Mikimoto

Musical Composer:
Kentaroh Haneda

36 episodes

Japan 10.03.1982 – 06.26.1983


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