MBR-07-Mk.II Destroid Spartan


Model number: MBR-07-Mk.II
Code name: Destroid Spartan
Unit type: mass production main battle robot
Manufacturer(s): Centinental; Kransmann
Operator(s): U.N. Spacy; civilians
Rollout: January AD 2008
First deployment: AD 2009
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 11.31 meters; overall length 6.1 meters; overall width 8.3 meters
Weight: max gross 29.4 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: Gigenheimer Roy DT2004 thermonuclear reactor, output rated at 3,200 shp
Propulsion: rocket nozzle
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; 2 x Norman Banks CH2-TYPED claw hand
Fixed armaments: 2 x 2 x Bifors close-in self-guided rocket launcher, 12 rockets each, mounted in shoulders; 2 x Mauler RQV-10 anti-aircraft laser gun, mounted on top of main body; Astra TZ-IV gun cluster, includes flamethrower, 12.7mm machine gun, laser gun, 32mm machine gun, mounted in torso
Optional hand armaments: metallic club

The MBR-07-Mk.II Destroid Spartan was a series seven main battle robot manufactured by Centinental and Kransmann for use by U.N. Spacy. In contrast to other Destroids, the Spartan was designed for close-range combat and carries a metallic club. Other armaments included a pair of Bifors rocket launchers, a pair of Bifors anti-aircraft laser guns and an Astra gun cluster that included a laser gun, flamethrower and two machine guns. Thanks to its heavy armor and high mobility, the Spartan was widely deployed on the front during Space War I. After the war, Spartans were also deployed across Earth’s surviving cities to maintain security in the wake of violent Zentradi uprisings.

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


Gun cluster


Metallic club


Rear view


Rocket launchers

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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