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SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie in Battroid mode

SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie in Fighter mode

SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie in Battroid mode

SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie in Battroid mode

SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie (Stampede Option)

Technical Data

Equipment Type: UNS anti-ship assault variable fighter
Government: U.N. Spacy
Manufacturer: Shinsei Industry
Introduction: 2009
Operational Deployment: 2009
Accommodation: pilot only
  • Battroid Mode: VF-1 - height 12.92 meters
  • Fighter Mode: VF-1 - wingspan 11.2 meters; height 3.49 meters; length 15.51 meters
  • GERWALK Mode: VF-1 - wingspan 11.2 meters
  • Mass: VF-1 - empty 13.25 metric tons; SDP-1 - unknown
    Structure: space metal frame, SWAG energy conversion armor, SDP-1 armor
    Power Plant: VF-1 - two Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2001 thermonuclear reaction turbine engines, output 650 MW each
    Propulsion: VF-1 - 11,500 kg [x g] x 2; or 23,000 kg [x g] x 2 in overboost (225.63 kN x 2); 4 x Shinnakasu Heavy Industry NBS-1 high-thrust vernier thrusters; 18 x P&W LHP04 low-thrust vernier thrusters beneath multipurpose hook/handles; (SDP-1 - 2 x ventral boosters, many x vernier thrusters)
    Design Features: 3-mode variable transformation; variable geometry wing; vertical take-off and landing; control-configurable vehicle; single-axis thrust vectoring; three "magic hand" manipulators for maintenance use; retractable canopy shield for Battroid mode and atmospheric reentry; SDP-1 system; option of SDP-1 propellant tank with 8 x vernier thrusters
    - Armament -
  • 1 x large-bore charged particle beam gun (mounted on right side in Fighter mode, right arm in Battroid mode)
  • 1 x 35 mm triple-barrel gatling gun (mounted on left side in Fighter mode, left arm in Battroid mode)
  • 1 x large propellant tank with 8 x vernier thrusters (mounted under ventral fuselage in Fighter mode)
  • Bombs & Missiles:
  • 2 x missile launcher pods with 24 missiles total (mounted dorsal fuselage in Fighter mode, top torso in Battroid mode)
  • 4 x missile launcher racks with 40 missiles total (mounted in clusters on outer engines/legs)

  • Description and History

    Much of the conflict in Space War I involved many Zentradi warships engaging the lone SDF-1 Macross of the UNG. Though versatile and plentiful, the VF-1 Valkyrie could not assault the enormous Zentradi ships of the line without using Reaction Missiles (most of which were held in reserve by the UNG to be used when most needed against a full-scale Zentradi offensive). An anti-ship assault Valkyrie was needed and quickly built based on developing variants like the Super FAST Pack system and GBP-1S Armor systems. The SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie came into service later than the Super and GBP-1S variants, but fulfilled the operational role of a heavy variable fighter that could assault large warships directly.

    The SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie was fundamentally a modified VF-1 Valkyrie with a new head unit to assist fire control of the many heavy weapon systems. Modified for space combat specifically, the SDP-1 lacked a GERWALK configuration (though the SDP-1 system could be ejected when required) and the reduced maneuverability due to the added mass made the Stampede Valkyrie vulnerable to smaller enemy attack vehicles. However, the incredible firepower of the large particle beam gun and heavy gatling gun along with dozens of missiles made the SDP-1 a difficult fighter to assault without large numbers. The SDP-1 could quickly deploy in battle and with escorting fighters for protection the heavy weapons of the Stampede Valkyrie proved very effective at damaging large warships.

    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.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Remember Me (NEC PC9801 video game, 1993)
    Pilot(s): no notables
    Other appearances: none
    Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori

    Line Art

  • fighter mode (with Fuel Pod) rear view
  • fighter mode (with Fuel Pod) ventral view
  • SDP-1 Stampede Valkyrie fighter mode (with Fuel Pod) line art
  • 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