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QF-9iE Ghost II (Phantom)

QF-9iE Ghost II (Phantom)

Technical Data

Equipment Type: all-environment unmanned fighter
Alternate Designation: Phantom
Government: U.N. Spacy
Manufacturer: unknown
Introduction: 2009
Accommodation: none (remote signal controlled)
Dimensions: unknown
Mass: unknown
Power Plant: unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Design Features: 4 x forward-angled outboard pylons that together form an X-shaped design
- Armament -
  • 1 x twin 35 mm cannons in movable turret (mounted center ventral fuselage)
  • 4 x 20 mm machine guns (mounted internally; each gun utilizing a separate forward-facing firing port; two guns each on the left/right sides of the forward fuselage)
  • 4 x beam guns in movable turrets (mounted forward upon the tip of each outboard pylon)
  • Bombs & Missiles:
  • 4 x micro-missile launchers with 12 x micro-missiles each (mounted left/right along the outer length of each outboard pylon)

  • Description and History

    Translation Pending (coming very soon post update).

    NOTE: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Remember Me video game (set in 2009) is an official Macross project released without any story involvement or consultation from Studio Nue (the original creators of Macross). Additionally it should be noted that Remember Me may not necessarily share the same chronology as the other similar projects. The trivia specifications were created for The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Remember Me video game by Family Soft, using Studio Nue's mecha designs without its participation in the story.

    Alternate Designation: The name "Phantom" appears written within brackets on page 8 of the Data Book profile for the QF-9iE Ghost II. The name is undefined but could be an unofficial codename or nickname.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Remember Me (NEC PC9801 video game, 1993)
    Pilot(s): (unmanned craft)
    Other appearances: none
    Original mechanical designer: Studio Nue

    Line Art

  • QF-9iE Ghost II (Phantom) artwork
  • Information Courtesy of fan translation (Seto Kaiba of the Macross World forum community)
    Images From - The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Remember Me Data Book
    C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist