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VF Orguss Valkyrie in Orgroid Mode

Orguss Valkyrie as seen in Battle

VF Orguss Valkyrie

Technical Data

Equipment Type: all-environment variable fighter, tank and tactical combat orgroid
Government: U.N. Spacy
Manufacturer: unknown
Introduction: 2010
Accommodation: pilot only
  • Orgroid Mode: height 8.7 meters; width 6.0 meters; length 5.1 meters
  • Mass: 6.7 metric tons
    Structure: space metal frame, SWAG energy conversion armor
    Power Plant: two FF-2060CT thermonuclear reaction turbine engines
    Propulsion: unknown thrust; 1 x FAST Pack Booster (mounted rear in Battroid mode); many x vernier thrusters
    Design Features: Special 4-mode Orguss transformation system with Orgroid mode (humanoid), Fighter mode, GERWALK mode, and Tank mode; 1 x large shield; special Orguss armor and FAST Pack system
    - Armament -
  • 1 x fixed Mauler RÖV-20 anti-aircraft laser cannon, firing 6,000 pulses per minute
  • 1 x Orguss special projectile/missile gun pod (mounted on outside of shield)
  • 1 x Orguss special shield (mounted on right arm in Battroid mode)
  • Bombs & Missiles:
  • 4 x micro-missile launchers (mounted forward two per side of the central rear booster)
  • 2 x lower torso missile racks with 3 x micro missiles each
  • 2 x micro missile launcher pods with 2 x micro missiles each (mounted on lower arms in Battroid mode)

  • Description and History

    This small, experimental Valkyrie was used only briefly during Space War I. The Orguss Valkyrie combined several systems from the Super Valkyrie in a much smaller mecha. The UNG did not pursue further development of this variable fighter after the war.

    NOTE: The Orguss Valkyrie is a humorous in-joke created by the animators at Studio Nue and is a merging of a VF-1A Valkyrie and the Orguss from Super Dimension Century Orguss (1983), another animated robot show created by Big West. The statistics for the Orguss itself are used in this profile just to give the entry some distinction, but are in no way official.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Episode 27 (DVD time index 0:16:18)
    Pilot(s): no notables
    Appearances: none
    Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori

    Line Art

  • none
  • Information courtesy of fan created content merged with official information from
    Images From - Macross Perfect Memory and other macross books
    C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist