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Bishop Class Mobile Fortress Vajra

Bishop Class Mobile Fortress Vajra

Bishop Class Mobile Fortress Vajra

Technical Data

Organsim Type: mobile fortress
Civilization: Vajra
Organism Class: Bishop
Organism Name: Unknown, launched unknown
Birth Date: unknown
Number of Organisms: unknown
Complement: crew unknown
Dimensions: approx length 10-20 kilometers
Mass: unknown
Structure: bio-energy conversion armor (multiple layers)
Power Source: fold quartz "towers" (fold quartz core/reactor?)
Main Organs: super-long range bio-fold organ cluster; thermonuclear reaction engine matrix; gravity control thrust
Countermeasures: unknown
  • 4-6 x Bio-Heavy Quantum Beam Guns
    Carried Organisms: many x mobile soldier vajra and heavy soldier vajra

  • Description and History

    The massive Mobile Fortress Vajra is designated "Bishop" and like all vajra vessels, the craft is a living spaceborne organism. This enormous ship - a class of some 10-20 kilometers in length - servres as a nest for the Vajra Semi-Queen. These mobile fortress nests are defended by multiple layers of bio-energy conversion armour and armed with bio-heavy quantum beam guns, possessing a fighting strength equal to that of several Heavy Battleship Vajra.

    NOTE: The spacecraft of the Vajra civilization are a special breed of vajra organism. Although common vajra can easily travel through the void of outer-space, those with fold capability can only travel short distances. Therefore, the vajra breed much larger organisms with far more powerful fold quartz "towers" (fold quartz core/reactor?) to achieve long-distance space folds that allow free navigation over vast interstellar distances.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Macross Frontier, Episode 13
    Crew: unknown
    Other appearances: none
    Original designer: Junya Ishigaki

    Line Art

  • Mobile Fortress Vajra aft view
  • 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