MBF-P03secondL Gundam Astray Blue Frame Second L

General and Technical Data

Model number: MBF-P03secondL
Code name: 
Gundam Astray Blue Frame Second L
Unit type:
 prototype general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer: Morgenroete, Inc
Operator: Serpent Tail
First deployment: C.E. 71
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 17.78 meters
Weight: max gross weight 64.4 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact energy battery, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; Tactical Arms backpack
Fixed armaments: 2 x “Igelstellung” 75mm multi-barrel CIWS, mounted on head; 6 x “Armor Schneider” combat knives, stored on main body, hand-carried in use
Optional fixed armaments: 90mm Gatling gun; oversized blade; “Lohengrin” launcher
Optional hand armaments: none

Technical and Historical Notes

During a contract job, the MBF-P03 Gundam Astray Blue Frame was heavily damaged in combat with Eleven Socius’ GAT-01D Long Dagger. Afterward, Gai Murakumo upgraded the unit to the Blue Frame Second L with some assistance from MBF-P02 Gundam Astray Red Frame pilot Lowe Guele. Lowe’s contribution was the detachable Tactical Arms backpack, which was capable of separate flight and came equipped with a 90mm Gatling gun. The Tactical Arms could also be reconfigured for use as an oversized blade. Additionally, the Blue Frame Second’s feet were remodeled and featured hidden toe and heel knife blades, which also doubled as anchoring spikes. Also, Phase Shift armor was added to the area surrounding the cockpit by Orb Union mobile suit engineer Erica Simmons. The head was also remodeled to include remote control equipment. This enhanced version was known as the Blue Frame Second L (the “L” denoting Lowe), but Gai also made another alternate configuration: the Blue Frame Second G.

Miscellaneous Information

Pilot: Gai Murakumo
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam SEED ASTRAY
Original mechanical designer(s): Junichi Akutsu (mobile suit), Yoshihiko Machida (“Lohengrin” launcher)





Tomohiro Chiba

Koichi Tokita

Mechanical Designer(s):
Junichi Akutsu
Yoshihiko Machida
Koichi Tokita

3 volumes

Manga Release:
Japan 09.26.2002 – 10.01.2003
U.S. 05.11.2004 – 11.09.2004


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