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VF-31S Siegfried

 

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Battroid mode

Fighter mode

GERWALK mode

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VF-31S Siegfried

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: VF-31S
Code name: Siegfried
Unit type: variable fighter
Manufacturer(s): Sūrya Aerospace; Xaos Valkyrie Works
Operator: Xaos

Rollout: unknown
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot, in standard canopy-style cockpit using EX-Gear system; auxiliary seat for passenger
Dimensions: overall height 15.33 meters (Battroid mode). 3.85 meters (Fighter mode, without landing gear); overall length 19.31 meters (Fighter mode); wingspan 14.14 meters (Fighter mode)
Weight: empty 8.53 metric tons (without multipurpose container); max gross unknown
Armor materials: Sentinel SWGA-F20B energy conversion armor
Powerplant: 2 x Shinsei Industry/P&W/RR FF-3001/FC2 Stage IIC thermonuclear reaction turbine engine, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: 2 x 1,875.0 kN (maximum thrust in space); many x P&W HMM-10A high maneuverability vernier thruster; engine operation boosted by 15% during use of fold wave system

Performance: standard atmospheric cruising speed at 10,000 meters: Mach 5.5+; maximum airframe design load 28G

Thrust-to-weight ratio: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; capable of unassisted orbital velocity in an Earth-class planet; ISC (Inertia Store Converter); L.A.I. CCFD-11 chaff/flare dispenser; OTEC VPB-S24 pinpoint barrier system; ECS-09A active stealth system; AERIAL III flight control AI; VFX (Vortex Flow Controller); optional fold booster
Fixed armaments: 4 x Mauler ROV-127E 12.7mm beam machine gun, mounted on head; Howard LU-18A beam gun pod, stored under main body in Fighter mode, hand-carried in Battroid mode, acts as turret in GERWALK mode; 2 x anti-projectile shield, mounted on arms; 2 x Ka-Bar OTEC AK/VF-M11 assault knife, reinforced with pinpoint barrier system, stored under arm shield blocks, hand-carried in use in Battroid and GERWALK modes; Bifors CIMM-3B internal micro-missile launcher, 36 missiles total, mounted in main body; 2 x Remmington LM-25s 25mm rapid-fire railgun pod, mounted on arms; 16 x MDP-001W Cygnus multi-drone plate, stored in engine launcher

Optional fixed armaments: 6 x underwing hardpoint; multipurpose container unit; optional Super Pack; optional Armored Pack
Optional hand armaments: none

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

As the Var Syndrome spread throughout the Brisingr Globular Cluster in the 2060s, Xaos formed the tactical sound unit Walkure to suppress its effects, which included making the infected suicidally violent. Walkure operated in concert with Xaos’ Delta Flight, which used five heavily customized versions of the VF-31A Kairos redesignated as “Siegfried” by Xaos Valkyrie Works. Compared to the VF-31A, the five Siegfried units used delta wing designs, featured improved engines with higher maximum thrust in space and used the improved AERIAL III flight control AI. The Siegfrieds implemented a fold wave system powered by fold quartz to extend the range of Walkure’s songs. This system also boosted engine operation by up to 15% when in use.

 

The Siegfrieds also equipped 16 Cygnus multi-drone plates that served multiple purposes, including projecting stages and holographic dancers, as well as having a defensive function. The Siegfrieds’ armaments were the same as the VF-31A and included a beam gun pod, an anti-air beam machine gun, two railguns, a pair of combat knives, a pinpoint barrier system and micro-missile launchers. The Siegfrieds could also mount a variety of equipment, including a fold booster and Super or Armored Packs. The VF-31S, a commander variant with an enhanced communication control system, was piloted by Delta Flight leader Arad Mölders. Compared to the rest of Delta Flight, Arad's unit mounted four beam machine guns in its head instead of two. Throughout 2067, Delta Flight frequently clashed with the Kingdom of Windermere, which was conquering planets in the cluster to tap into the power of their Protoculture ruins. In his role as team leader, Arad infrequently participated in combat and often issued orders to Delta Flight from the Macross Elysion.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Pilot: Arad Mölders
Appearances: Macross Delta (TV series); Macross Delta (movies); Macross Delta Scramble

Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori

 

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