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Dulfim (class unknown) Escort Space Carrier

Technical Data

Ship Type: escort space carrier
Government: Macross Galaxy
Manufacturer: unknown
Ship Class: unknown
Ship Name: Dulfim, launched unknown
Launch Date: unknown
Commission Date: unknown
Number of Class Commissioned: unknown
Complement: crew unknown
Dimensions: approx length unknown
Mass: unknown
Structure: unknown
Power Plant: OverTechnology Reactor
Main Machinery: fold system cluster; main engine thrusters; gravity control system
Countermeasures: unknown
Combat Data Systems: unknown
Armament: unknown
Non-Variable Mecha: unknown
Variable Mecha: unknown
Other Craft: unknown

Description and History

The Dulfim is the name of a Twin-Hull Space Carrier (classification unknown) fulfilling the role of an Escort Space Carrier that was part of the Macross Galaxy fleet. As it is for all ships in the Macross Galaxy Fleet, the Escort Space Carriers are built with the latest technology. The crews are principally cyborgs and as such the Macross Galaxy Executive leadership is able to control the consciousness of the crews and thus coordinate the fleet with a superhuman level of skill. The technology for this cybernetic integration is an offshoot of efforts made by the Macross Galaxy fleet to develop fold jamming technology used to disrupt Vajra hive mind communications. This technology was subsequently seized by the Macross Frontier Government forces after refugees from Macross Galaxy were absorbed into the Frontier fleet. The Macross Frontier fleet used the technology as part of their offensive plans against the Vajra and research of the technology inspired development of the implant shells used to control the Vajra.

Production Notes

Debut: Macross Frontier, Episode 3
Crew: no notables
Other appearances: none
Original mechanical designer: unknown

Line Art

  • Dulfim Escort Space Carrier artwork
  • Information Courtesy of the Macross Compendium:
    Additional Information Courtesy of fan translation (Seto Kaiba of the Macross World forum community)
    Images From - Macross Chronicle and other macross books
    C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist