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Standard Battle Colors

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Command Custom (Max Jenius) Colors

High-Maneuverability Missile

Quimeliquola Queadluun-Rau Battle Suit (Film Version)

Technical Data

Equipment Type: Zentradi female division high-maneuverability battle suit
Government: Zentradi Army
Manufacturer: Quimeliquola 74710020692nd Zentradi Fully-automated Weapon Development and Production
Accommodation: pilot only
Dimensions: height 17.11 meters (18.8 meters including antennae); width 18.4 meters; length 10.8 meters
Mass: total mass 33.6 metric tons
Power Plant: two 2.1 GGV class Quimeliquola thermonuclear converters
Propulsion: two booster thrusters; many x vernier thrusters
Design Features: main cockpit screen; main sensor mounted in head; many x other sensors; Quimeliquola special inertia vector control system
  • 2 x medium-bore fire-linked impact cannons (mounted front torso)
  • 2 x air-to-air high-speed-rotating tri-barrel laser pulse guns (one per arm)
  • 4 x close-combat short-range super-miniature missile launchers (one per left/right engine mount and one per left/right knee) with 21 x high-maneuverability missiles each (overall standard payload: 126 missiles)

  • Description and History

    Already largely organic in appearance, the film version of the Queadluun-Rau underwent only a subtle redsign from the television series. The most notable difference was the change in colors, utlizing the Meltrandi magenta fleet colors for the standard version while Milia's unit was colored red (perhaps a subtle historical allegory to Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron of World War I). Aside from the different colors and slight stylistic changes, the Queadluun-Rau was just as deadly in the movie.

    Following the Great Interstellar War (Space War I), the Queadluun-Rau units were employed by the U.N. Forces. Unfortunately, breakdowns in production at the Factory Satellite caused a gradual decrease in operational units. Operational rates were reduced such that by the 2030s the Queadluun-Rau could not be supported by available spare parts. Fortunately, support for reproduction of the Queadluun-Rau remained strong. In 2035, variable fighter design and manufacturing company General Galaxy was entrusted by the U.N. Forces with a modernization and reproduction plan for the Queadluun-Rau.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?
    Pilot(s): Milia Fallyna, Maximillian Jenius, Chlore
    Other Appearances: Macross 7
    Original mechanical designer: Miyatake Kazutaka

    Line Art

  • cockpit details
  • cockpit controls
  • Queadluun-Rau (Film Version) line art
  • Information Courtesy of the Macross Compendium:
    Images From - Do You Remember Love? Data Bank and other macross books
    C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist