MechaMegazone 23

GR-00X Prototype Garland


Model number: GR-00X
Code name: Prototype Garland
Unit type: prototype transformable maneuver slave
Manufacturer: Megazone 23 Military
Operator(s): Megazone 23 Military; Trash
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot and passenger on standard motorcycle seat (maneuver craft mode); pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso (maneuver slave mode)
Dimensions: maneuver slave mode: overall height 3.85 meters; maneuver craft mode: overall length 4.42 meters
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: gas turbine engine
Propulsion: unknown
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: infrared sensors, range unknown; Bahamut access terminal
Fixed armaments: beam gun, stored on body, hand-carried in use

After studying data obtained from the Bahamut computer, Megazone 23’s military created several transformable maneuver slaves, including the Hargan and the more advanced Garland. The Garland was stolen by its test pilot and fell into the hands of motorcycle enthusiast Shogo Yahagi. After a battle against BD’s Hargan, an injured Shogo was forced to abandon the Garland. The Garland was reclaimed by the military, which repaired and re-designated it as the GR-00X Prototype Garland. The military used the Prototype Garland to lure Shogo into a trap, but Shogo was able to steal it once more thanks to assistance from the biker gang Trash. Trash was pursued by the military while attempting to reach Bahamut, and Shogo traded places with Trash leader Lightning. The Prototype Garland’s maneuver slave mode was heavily damaged in a duel with Yuichiro Shiratori’s Tal-052-H-O Wilde Sau, but it survived and was brought down to Earth in Megazone 23’s escape capsule. The Prototype Garland remained dormant for the next five centuries, until it was rediscovered by the new operator of 7G, Eiji Takanaka. Amazingly, the Prototype Garland still had power and contained a data unit left behind by Shogo.

Pilot(s): Shogo Yahagi, Lightning
First appearance: Megazone 23 Part II
Original mechanical designer: Shinji Aramaki


Megazone 23 Part II Info

Ichiro Itano

Hiroyuki Hoshiyama

Mechanical Designer:
Shinji Aramaki

Character Designer:
Yasuomi Umetsu
Haruhiko Mikimoto (Eve)

Musical Composer:
Shiro Sagisu

1 episode

Video Release:
Japan 05.30.1986
U.S. 07.13.2004


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