Medium-Scale Gun Destroyer


Class: N/A
Name: Medium-Scale Gun Destroyer
Unit type:
 medium-scale gun destroyer
Manufacturer: Zentradi
Operator: Zentradi
First deployment: unknown
Dimensions: overall length 1.5 km
Powerplant: reaction engine, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: main thrusters: macro nozzle cluster; vernier nozzle cluster; fold system
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; gravity control system
Fixed armaments: heavy converging beam cannon, mounted as forward section of ship; many x guided beam cannon, mounted across hull; many x guided beam cannon, mounted across hull; many x anti-ship/aircraft missile launcher, mounted across hull
Mecha/aircraft: many x Nousjadeul-Ger

The Medium-Scale Gun Destroyer was smaller that most Zentradi battleships, but it packed a punch. The destroyer’s entire front half split open to reveal its powerful heavy converging beam cannon. The destroyer’s other armaments included guided beam cannons and anti-ship/aircraft missile launchers. During the last battle of Space War I in February 2010, many Gun Destroyers from the Bodol Main Fleet participated in the bombardment of Earth’s surface, which nearly resulted in the annihilation of the human race. In January 2012, Kamjin Kravshera powered up a Gun Destroyer hiding in one of Earth’s forest and intended to destroy the Macross before leaving the planet behind. In what was later known as the Defensive Battle of Macross City, both ships traded fire and damaged each other in the skies above the city. Unable to destroy the Macross outright, Kamjin performed a suicide attack and slammed his Gun Destroyer into his target, inflicting heavy damage. Kamjin’s efforts were ultimately futile, as the Macross was subsequently fully repaired and refit.

First appearance: Super Dimension Fortress Macross
Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake


Macross Info

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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