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Feios in Battroid mode
Feios in Fighter mode
Equipment Type: all environment variable device
Unofficial Codename: Enemy Valkyrie, EVA
Operational Deployment: estimated late 2030s
Accommodation: pilot only
Fighter Mode: wingspan 14.83 meters; height 4.21 meters; length 16.25 meters
Mass: empty 13.56 metric tons
Structure: space metal frame, energy converting armor
Power Plant: unknown (presumed two thermonuclear reaction turbine engines).
Propulsion: unknown; unknown number of vernier thrusters.
Fighter Mode: at 10,000 m Mach 6.8+; at 30,000+ m Mach 26+
Design Features: 2-mode variable transformation; vertical Take-off and landing (VTOL).
- Armament -
2 x beam guns (mounted under front hull in Fighter/Battroid mode)
Bombs & Missiles:
many x missiles (mounted in clusters on ventral engines/lower legs and ventral forward booms/lower arms in Fighter/Battroid mode)
The Feios was a variable craft built born out of the malcontent growing in certain Zentradi groups on Earth many decades after Space War I. In November 2030, these dissident elements of the Zentradi had conducted attacks in what became known as the Second (Defensive) Battle of Macross City. During the attacks, former Zentradi soldiers that had deserted the 63254109th Zentradi Outer Space Army captured a VF-X-11 variable fighter equipped with a fold booster. Not long after this incident, reports began to arise from UN Forces pilots who had sightings of a previously unknown variable combat device. The craft was designated by the code name "Enemy Valkyrie" or "EVA" (pronounced "i-va"). Incorporating an enhanced developmental version of the Queadluun-Rau avionics system and the UN Forces variable fighter technology, the speed and power of the Feios appear to approach, if not exceed, those of the VF-19 and VF-22 fighters.
Timoshie Daldhanton, of the terrorist group known as Vindirance, piloted a Feios Valkyrie in battle against Aegis Focker of the UN Spacy 727th Independent Special Command VF-X Ravens. On December 26, 2050 Daldhanton in his Feios Valkyrie and a wing of five other variable fighters launched an attack to kill the commander of the VF-X Ravens. However, Focker prevailed in the ensuing battle and Daldhanton was killed when his Feios Valkyire was destroyed.
Debut: Macross Digital Mission VF-X (Video Game, 1997)
Pilot(s): Timoshie Daldhanton
Other appearances: Macross Digital Mission VF-X2 (Video Game, 1999).
Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori
Information Courtesy of the Macross Compendium: www.macross.anime.net/wiki/Main_Page
Images From - Macross Perfect Memory and other macross books.
C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist.