Veritech "Alpha" Fighter VF-6 (A,B,C,D,H,I,K,S,Z)

Veritech "Alpha" Electronic Attack VE-6 (A,B)

(Version 2.03 - Last updated: 02/16/04)
Background and RPG stats by Kenneth Olson
Background Information derived from
Robotech Research Picture archive for VF-6 "Alpha" Fighter (VF-6H,VF-6I,VF-6S,VF-6Z)



Perhaps the greatest air-superiority mecha produced by the the Earth Defense Forces during the three Robotech Wars, the VF-6 Alpha fighter spawned no less than 11 major variants and served continuously over thirty years.  The VF-6 "Alpha" project was born in 2012 as the VQ-6 "Vandal" designed to replace the aging fleet of robotic QF-3000 "Ghost" fighters.  Initial flight tests of the Vandal showed that the unit was highly maneuverable in both atmospheric and spaceborne operations.  The initial testing went so well that the UEG expressed interest in creating a third generation variable fighter out of the Vandal airframe to replace the VF-4 "Lightning" as the primary air superiority mecha for the newly formed Robotech Expeditionary forces. 

A preliminary engineering analysis of the VF-6 showed that the Vandal airframe was capable of the necessary modifications to allow the inclusion of transformation equipment and large number of internally mounted missile systems and as a result production of seven experimental models began in 2017.  All the experimental XVF-6 were completed in 2019, with the first flight occurring at the RDF Folker Field on January 7, 2019.  Except for the loss of a single fighter in March 2019, the testing was so positive that the REF contracted for 2000 VF-6 fighters to be produced over the next three years ending with the launch of the SDF-3 in December of 2022.  Later in 2019, both the Robotech Defense Forces and the newly created Armies of the Southern Cross ordered another 500 units respectively.


Four variants were produced from 2019 until 2022.  These were the VF-6A, -6B, -6C, -6D.  The VF-6A was the standard single seat air superiority fighter.  The VF-6B was designed for commanders similar in all aspects to the -6A except for a more advanced combat computer capable of interfacing with other VF-6A fighters and an advanced communications system.  The VF-6C was optimized for atmospheric operations.  The standard P&W JG94 fusion turbines and 500 liters of internal D2O fuel was replaced with P&W JG98.  These engines give the VF-6C 300 kph higher speed in the atmosphere, however, they are not nearly as fuel efficient in space possessing a specific impulse of 4210 sec verses 4500 sec for the JG94 and as result the -6C has only 50% of the delta-v for spaceborne operations.  The final variant was the two seat training model VF-6D similar to the -6A variant.

All four of these initial variants were armored with the latest second generation Choblam low-mass composite plating providing immunity from all light anti-mecha weaponry and moderate protection from medium class (55mm or less).  However, repeated strikes from high power anti-mecha weaponry can penetrate the armor and thus disable the unit.  Unfortunately, the armor also proved vulnerable to Invid physical attacks as the Choblam tended to break off in large slabs.  Although, subsequent generations of VF-6 fighters were armored with more advanced composites which did not suffer the same vulnerabilities early model VF-6 fighters were easily overwhelmed by Invid swarm attacks.

The VF-6 primary armament was the internal MM-60 missile launchers capable of firing up to 60 short range hammerhead missiles in 3 seconds.  This is a number equal to the maximum number of short range missiles which a VF-1 "Valkyrie" could mount on four external hardpoints.  A secondary DD-6 medium range missile launcher is mounted underneath each of the intakes carrying up to six diamondback missiles.  In addition to the MM-60 and DD-6 systems, the VF-6 possesses a single hard point on either wing capable of mounting two long , five medium, or fifteen short range missiles apiece; however, the maximum atmospheric speed is reduced by 200 kph when mounting external weaponry.    Although a hand carried particle beam or laser rifle was considered the technology at the time was not sufficiently mature to produce a weapon small enough for the VF-6.  Thus, the more mature three barreled 35mm GU-13 was issued.  Two RRG mk9 lasers capable of firing 10 MJ bursts out to an effective combat range of 1500 meters were mounted in the nose.

With the launching of the SDF-3 in December 2022, the REF took 2047 VF-6 fighters mostly of the -6A, and -6B models.  A majority of the -6C atmospheric models were left on earth to supplement the remaining RDF and Tactical Air Forces in the Armies of the Southern Cross.  These alpha fighters on Earth would provide the bulk of the UEG defense through 2026 until large quantities were placed into reserve with the introduction of the VF-8 Logan.  By the start of the 2nd Robotech War all of the ASC VF-6 fighters were in reserve and only 100 units remained active in five RDF squadrons.  Combat casualties during the war decimated the remaining VF-6 units on Earth; however, some 30 -6A,-6B, and -6C models survived through the initial Invid invasion and formed the initial armored core of many Earth resistance groups.

Meanwhile, the story of the VF-6 in the Robotech Expeditionary Force took a dramatically different turn of events.  Through the 2020's the VF-6 "Alpha" formed the bulk of the air superiority forces on the Robotech Expeditionary Force.  Conventional spacecraft, such as the AF-1 Vulture and AF-4 Volcano continued serve as the primary space superiority fighter whereas the alpha fighters would be dropped from space to invade Invid held worlds.  Conventional craft, it was reasoned, could carry more fuel than a similarly sized variable fighter, as the additional space taken by the transformation equipment could be used for fuel instead.  A battloid mode was not deemed as important for spaceborne operations.  After Tirol was recaptured in 2029, mecha production lines were modified to produce VF-6A,-6B,-6C, and -6D models.  A total of 5,387 VF-6 variants were produced from the Tirol mecha facilities from 2029 until 2035 at which time production was switch over to the more modern VF-6H, -6I, and VE-6B models.


The first two years of combat with the Invid, destroyed nearly 35% of all the VE-4G "Wild Weasels".  This coupled with the fact that the remaining VF-4's were nearly 20 years old made it clear to military planners that a new electronic warfare platform was necessary.  The first VE-6A was produced from the newly refurbished mecha production lines on Tirol in 2032.

The VE-6A is based off the standard VF-6D two seat trainer; however, the lower DD-6 missile launchers and shoulder hammerhead launchers are replaced with electronic attack equipment.  The VE-6A still retains forty-four internal hammerhead short range missiles and can mount up to ten medium range anti-radiation missiles on the two hardpoints.  The VF-6A mounts a powerful AM/AP-110 X-band pulse Doppler radar on two electronically-scanned conformal antenna on either side of the nose wheel bay.  The AP-110 is capable of operating as synthetic aperture radar which allows the system to paint a picture of ground based units and provide target quality coordinates.   The VE-6A mounts a AIL ALQ-100 on board self-protection jammer mounted in the two shoulders providing broadband protection and a Hughes USQ-150 communications jammer designed to detect, analyze, monitor, and jam voice and data links.  A total of 274 VE-6A were built from 2032 to 2034 until replaced by the VE-6B in 2035.


After the liberation of Karbarra, thousands of eager Karbarran warriors were made available to the Robotech Expeditionary Forces in addition to newly reopened mecha and starship production lines.  In order to take advantage of this newly liberated resource, the REF high command extended permission to the Karbarran Self Defense Forces to build a version of the VF-6 for their own warriors.  The VF-6K is, like the VE-6A, a derivative of the VF-6D two seat trainer with the reinforced pilots compartment modified for the larger Karbarran frame.  In all other aspects the VF-6K is virtually identical to its other first generation variants -6A,-6B, and -6D models.  A total of 23,154 units were produced from 2032 until 2040 when the VF-6K was replaced with indigenous conventional designs.  The Karbarran Self Defense Force operated the remaining VF-6K well into the 2050's. 


In 2035, the second generation of Alpha fighters were introduced.  These would be the primary models which would participate in the Third Robotech War and endear themselves to the many Earth resistance groups which operated the units during the years of occupation.  The -6H,-6I, and VE-6B models were specifically designed to replace the now decade old -6A, -6B, and VE-6A models respectively. The newer models were now to take over spaceborne combat operations  from the conventional craft  Although the second generation models possessed greatly enhanced spaceborne capabilities and delta-v, the addition of the VF-12 Beta fighter as a booster for these Alphas allowed them to fight together in space, separate for atmospheric combat and recombine to allow the Alpha to escape back into low orbit for rendezvous with the carrier ships.

In all the models, the older P&W JG94 engines were replaced with the P&W JG97M fusion turbines.  The JG-97's could produce and additional 19 kN and 525 sec of specific impulse over the older models.  This increased the top speed of most second generation models 200 kph over their earlier cousins in the atmosphere and increased the spaceborne delta-v by nearly 100%.

The combat systems and sensors were considerably improved.  A third generation inertial combat system was included which improved the responsiveness of all the units, allowing the pilots to perform combat maneuvers unheard of in first generation models.  A powerful AN/APG-95 X-band Doppler radar capable of detecting 0 dBsm targets out to 200 km was added and this coupled with an advanced IBM-210 combat computer gave the VF-6H and -6I mecha capabilities similar to earlier long range early warning systems.

The armor and weapon systems were similarly upgraded.  The problematic Chobham plating of earlier models was replaced with a far more resistance composite providing increased protection over the entire mecha.  All of the internal missile systems were retained.  However, four GRL-4 mini-missile launchers were added on either side of the head for point defense against Invid mecha which have closed into close range.  The venerable GU-13 was replaced with a EP-13 80mm particle beam cannon capable of firing 3.2 MJ pulses up to 550 times per minute.

The VE-6B armor, combat systems, and weapon systems were similarly improved over the earlier VE-6A models.  In addition the electronic attack equipment was modernized.  The older AP-110 model was replaced with AM/AP-115 radar system providing 20% increase in detection range while retaining all of the earlier multi-mode capability.  The radar jammer was similarly improved through the addition the ALQ-105 system providing broadband protection with an estimated radiative power of 90 dBW, or 10 dBW better than the ALQ-110 found on the VE-6A.  

Production on the new models began in 2035 and continued well into 2042 until they were replaced with the third generation VF-6S "Shadow Alpha".  A total of 31,754 VF-6I, 2,300 VF-6H and 743 VE-6B alpha fighters were produced in the six years on mecha production lines on Tirol and Karbarra.


In 2037, the VF-6Z variant was introduced into the REF and was designed to replaced the atmosphere-optimized VF-6C now almost twenty years old.  The VF-6Z made use of all the improvements found on the earlier second generation Alpha variants -6H and -6I with the exception of using P&W JG99 atmospheric optimized fusion turbines instead of the standard JG97. 

As with the -6C variant, spaceborne operations were sacrificed for atmospheric performance as the -6Z model possesses higher top end speeds in all modes and much greater atmospheric maneuverability over their standard -6H and -6I cousins.  This performance, however, came at the price of nearly 600 kg of D20 used as reaction mass.  This coupled with the fact that for spaceborne operations the specific impulse of the JG99 engines is almost 250 sec less than the JG97 models results in short space legs for the -6Z, with a delta-v of half that of -6H and -6I models. 

Production began in 2037 and continued after the introduction of the VF-6S because of the unique atmospheric combat capability which the -6Z could fill.  A total of 6,450 units were produced on mecha production lines at Tirol.


The latest variant of the VF-6S was first produced in 2042 on Tirol.  The "Shadow" Alpha mounts a RRG MK2 Shadow device which is capable of downshifting and adsorbing  EM radiation, including emissions from protoculture use.  The protoculture emissions, and other EM radiation as well, is therefore suppressed and downshifted so that they now appear out of band from Invid protoculture sensors.  In addition, the entire unit is covered with a fourth generation radar absorbing material which is strongly absorbs electro-magnetic radiation and thereby providing a passive system if the RRG MK2 Shadow device should fail.  A new low observable AN/APG-95C X-band pulse Doppler radar was added to the unit.  The system consists of six conformal antenna on the nose, body, wings and tail thereby further reducing the passive radar cross section.

The armor was improved with a fifth generation Chobham plate providing an additional 10% in armor protection.  The weapon systems were largely retained, however, the ineffective GRL-4 mini-missile system was removed.  A EU-13 sub-nuclear destabilizer capable of firing 15 MJ pulses was issued as the standard hand weapon.  The system is powered from its own dedicated protoculture canister and can fire up to 30 times per minute.  The particles have a specific, disrupting effect on force fields of all types and will short out a lower power field completely, while high power fields, such as Invid hive exterior shielding, will have a local failure. 

Production for the new units was quickly ramped up in 2042 for the planned invasion of earth in 2044.  An initial production goal of 25,000 units over the two years was set to allow the inclusion of an all shadow fighter force.  This goal was reached with four months to spare with a total production run of 30,121 units from 2042 through 2044.


Vehicle Type: VF-6 Alpha Fighter
VF-6A, -6I:  Single seat, all-weather, aerospace air superiority veritech fighter
VF-6B, -6H:  Single seat, all-weather, command aerospace air superiority veritech fighter
VF-6C,-6Z:  Single seat, all-weather, atmosphere-optimized aerospace air superiority veritech fighter
VF-6D:  Two seat, all-weather, trainer veritech fighter
VF-6K, Karbarran single seat, all-weather, aerospace air superiority veritech fighter
VF-6S:  Single seat, all weather, aerospace air superiority veritech fighter with enhanced stealth capacities
VE-6A, -6B:  Two seat, all-weather, electronics warfare veritech fighter
Manufacturer: Robotech Defense Forces, Armies of the Southern Cross, Robotech Expeditionary Forces, and Karbarran Self Defense Forces.
Crew: One (or two) pilot(s) wearing Tactical Life Support System.
Service History:
alpha_eulogy3.jpg (10900 bytes)VF-6A: Served with the RDF Air Force, Navy, and Spacy from 2020 until the service disbanded in 2032.  Served with the Southern Cross Tactical Air Force and Navy from 2020 until they were replaced by the VF-8 "Logan" in 2028 and placed into reserve..  Served with the REF from 2020 until replaced with the -6I in 2032. 
VF-6B:  Served with the RDF Air Force, Navy, and Spacy from 2020 until the service disbanded in 2032.  Served with the Southern Cross Tactical Air Force and Navy from 2020 until they were replaced by the VF-8 "Logan" in 2028 and placed into reserve..  Served with the REF from 2020 until replaced with the -6H in 2032. 
VF-6C:  Served with the RDF Air Force, Navy, and Spacy from 2020 until the service disbanded in 2032.  Served with the Southern Cross Tactical Air Force and Navy from 2020 until they were replaced by the VF-8 "Logan" in 2028 and placed into reserve..  Served with the REF from 2020 until replaced with the -6Z in 2037. 
VF-6D:  Served with the RDF Air Force, Navy, and Spacy from 2020 until the service disbanded in 2032.  Served with the Southern Cross Tactical Air Force and Navy from 2020 until all of the VF-6 series fighters were placed in reserve.  Served with the the REF continuously from 2020 onward with numerous upgrades to electronics and engines.
VF-6H, -6I:  Served with the Robotech Expeditionary Forces from 2035 onward
VF-6K:  Built by the Karbarran self defense force under contract by the REF.  Production began in 2032 and continued into 2040.
VF-6S:  Served with the Robotech Expeditionary Forces from 2043 onward
VF-6Z:  Served with the Robotech Expeditionary Forces from 2037 onward
VE-6A:  Small numbers served with the RDF Air Force and Spacy from 2030 until replaced by the VE-6B in 2035..
VE-6B:  Served with the REF from 2032 replacing the earlier VE-6A models by 2035.


Location VF-6 (A,B,C) VF-6 (D,K) VE-6A VF-6 (H,I,Z) VE-6B VF-6S
*Head 50 50 50 50 50 50
** Head Sensor 30 30 50 30 50 -
Hands (2) 30 30 30 30 30 35
Forearm / Missile Pods (2) 40 40 40 100 100 125
Shoulder / Missile Pods (2) 60 60 60 80 80 100
Upper Legs (2) 100 100 100 100 100 110
Lower Legs (2) 100 100 100 125 125 135
*** Main Body 300 300 300 300 300 325
Pilots Compartment 150 175 175 175 200 200
Wings (2) 100 100 100 100 100 100
Tails (2) 50 50 50 50 50 50
EU-13 / GU-13 75 75 75 75 75 75
Destablizer 100 100 100 100 100 100


  1. * Destroying the sensor head of the VF-6  will knock out the mecha's optical systems (infrared, nightvision, thermal). Radar and communications will be unaffected.
  2. ** Destroying the sensor head of the VF-6 will knock out the secondary radar and electronic protection systems.
  3. *** Depleting the MDC of the main body will destroy the mecha.


100 kph for VF-6D and VE-6A,-6B
110 kph for VF-6A,-6B,-6C,-6K,-6S
120 kph for VF-6H,-6I,-6Z
50 ft (15 m) high or 70 ft (21 m) long without thrusters.
300 kph for VF-6D
305 kph for VF-6K, VE-6A,-6B
310 kph for VF-6A,-6B,-6S
312 kph for VF-6,H,-6I
320 kph for VF-6C
340 kph for VF-6Z
650 kph for VF-6D
660 kph for VE-6A,-6B
670 kph for VF-6K,-6S
680 kph for VF-6H, -6I
700 kph for VF-6C
715 kph for VF-6Z
FLYING, FIGHTER CONFIGURATION: At sea level / at 15 km
920 kph / 1820 kph for VF-6D
950 kph / 1840 kph for VE-6A,-6B
970 kph / 1850 kph for VF-6K
980 kph / 1880 kph for VF-6A,-6B
1050 kph / 2050 kph for VF-6S
1100 kph / 2070 kph for VF-6H,-6I
1150 kph / 2160 kph for VF-6C
1200 kph / 2300 kph for VB-6Z
Stall speed : 182 kph (VTOL rectification possible)
Initial climb rate : over 20000m per minute
Service ceiling : 26 km (unboosted).
+12.0/-6.5 (Computer overrides at 9.5g)
2.3g VE-6A
2.4g VF-6D,-6K
2.5g VF-6A,-6B
2.6g for VE-6B
2.7g for VF-6S
2.8g for VF-6C,-6H,-6I
3.0g for VF-6Z
1.1 kps VF-6C,-6D
1.4 kps VF-6Z
2.5 kps VF-6A,-6B,-6K
2.6 kps VE-6A
2.8 kps VF-6S
2.9 kps VF-6H.-6I,VE-6B
Drop Tanks will provide an additional deltav of:


VF-6A,-6B,-6D,-6K, VE-6A


VF-6H,-6I,-6S, VE-6B



alpha_lonely_soldier_boy.jpg (15119 bytes)STATISTICAL DATA:

8.75m  in soldier configuration.
5.72m in gerwalk configuration.
4.60m in fighter configuration.
4.84m at shoulders in soldier and gerwalk configuration.
8.20m  with wings at maximum extension.
5.25m in soldier configuration.
8.00m in gerwalk configuration.
10.25m in fighter configuration.
18,000 kg empty.
9.25m  in soldier configuration.
6.0m in gerwalk configuration.
4.60m in fighter configuration.
4.84m at shoulders in soldier and gerwalk configuration.
8.20m  with wings at maximum extension.
5.25m in soldier configuration.
8.5m in gerwalk configuration.
11.0m in fighter configuration.
16,700 kg VF-6H,-6I,-6Z
16,850 kg VF-6A,-6B,-6C
17,050 kg VF-6K
17,150 kg VF-6S
17600 kg VF-6D
18000 kg VE-6A
18200 kg VE-6B
Equal to a P.S. of 60
Small compartment behind pilot's seat for personal belongings in addition to the cyclone storage compartment
VF-6A,-6B,-6C,-6D,-6K:   2 x RRL-2P Miniaturized Protoculture-cell energizer each providing a total 700 MW of power
VF-6H,-6I,-6Z,VE-6A:  2xRRL-3 miniaturized protoculture-cell energizers each providing a total of 800 MW of power. 
VF-6S,VE-6B: 2xRRX-3 miniaturized protoculture-cell energizers each providing a total of 870 MW of power. 
All:  16 standard canisters of Protoculture
Optional:  1 dedicated canister for each EP-13/EU-13 gun pod
VF-6C,-6D: 450 liters of D20 for reaction mass
VF-6Z: 500 liters of D20 for reaction mass
VF-6A,-6B,-6H,-6I,-6S: 1000 liters of D20 for reaction mass
VE-6A,-6B:  1100 liters of D20 for reaction mass
NP-BP-22 FAST PACK Boosters
TRans-EArth Deployment (TREAD) Booster


  1. GU-13 THREE-BARRELED 35MM GUN POD: firing 2000 rounds per minute, 600 round capacity stored in the pod itself and in anon-detachable 'clip'.  This weapon was most common on the earlier models of the Alpha fighter from 2017 until it was replaced by the widespread use of the EP-13 in 2035


  2. EP-13 THREE-BARRELED 80MM PARTICLE GUN POD: Can fire 170 rounds per minute in full automatic mode, also capable of firing all three barrels simultaneously in semiautomatic mode at approximately one shot per second.  This weapon fires 3.2 MJ pulses per barrel with its own dedicated protoculture cell and capacitor banks in the 'clip'.  This weapon, built into an external shell identical to that of the GU-13, was developed in 2032 by the REF, but did not see wide use until 2035.  By 2041, the EP-13 had almost completely replaced the GU-13 as the main cannon of the Alphas in the REF's inventory.


  3. EU-13 DESTABLIZER: sub-nuclear particle beam gun with output of 15 MJ, can fire up to 30 times/minute.  Draws power from its own dedicated protoculture canister, but can be fired using the veritech's own power.  Particles have specific, disrupting effect on force fields, and will short out a low power field completely, while high power fields may temporarily and locally cease to function.


  4. (Optional) GA-15 40MM REF GAUSS RIFLE:  See entry for GA-15


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  5. RRG MK9 NOSE LASERS: Like the original VF-1 the Alpha fighter has two nose lasers on either side of the pilot's compartment.  The nose lasers may only be fired in fighter mode


  6. (All except VE-6A,VE-6B) MM-60 MULTI-MISSILE SYSTEM: The alpha fighter has 60 onboard hammerhead short range missiles. 


  7. (VE-6A,VE-6B) MM-44 MULTI-MISSILE SYSTEM: The two electronic warfare versions of the VF-6 alpha have replaced the shoulder missiles with additional electronic equipment.  However, both the lower arm and leg missile launchers are retained for self defense for a total of 44 hammerhead short range missiles.  


  8. (All except VE-6A,VE-6B) MM-16 MULTI-MISSILE SYSTEM: 16 hammerhead missiles can be stored in an optional launcher between the two arms in fighter mode.  Theses missiles must be fired before the alpha fighter can transform


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  9. (All except VE-6A,VE-6B) DDI-6 MEDIUM RANGE MISSILE SYSTEM: Six 260mm x 1.2m Diamondback medium range missiles can be stored under the intakes


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  10. (VF-6H,-6I,-6Z) 4 x GRL-4 MINI-MISSILE LAUNCHERS:  Two missile launchers are mounted on either side of the head (total of four launchers).  Each launcher holds up to four 76mm x 180mm Tarantula LLLTV-and radar-guided missiles for a total of sixteen.  Each tube can fire all of their missiles in one volley.  The Tarantula missiles use thermite warheads and have a range of 1.1 km.  These missiles are available only in battloid (in fighter and guardian the launchers are covered up in the main body) and were used for close in defense against incoming Invid scouts and shock troopers, although their effectiveness was questionable. 


  11. BODY/WING HARD POINTS: Two fixed hard points are mounted on each wing.  Each hard point can carry a missiles, fuel tanks (for spaceborne operations), sensor or jamming pods (normally associated with VE-6A or -6B models).  Each hard point can carry up to 15 short range missiles, 5 medium range missiles or 2 long range missiles or jamming.

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  13. HAND TO HAND COMBAT: If necessary, the Alpha can engage in melee combat rather than use a weapon. The VF-6  is extremely agile and can execute most typical hand to hand combat moves, such as punches, jump kicks, leap attacks, rolling with impacts, etc.







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VF-6S "Shadow Fighter"

alpha_eulogy1.jpg (17106 bytes)COMBAT BONUSES FOR VF-6A,-6B,-6C,-6D,-6K, VE-6A FIGHTER TRAINING:





Random Hit Locations

When there is an equal chance of hitting both sides from 1D6

When there is a preferred side, roll 1D10


Alpha Fighter






Head (Main Body) 01-03 - 01-02 - 01-04
Sensor Head (Main Body) - - - - -
Hands (Forearms) - 01-03 - - -
Forearms (Shoulders) 04-09 04-30 03-20 01-20 -
Shoulders (Main Body) 10-35 31-35 21-35 21-30 -
Upper Legs (Main Body) 36-45 36-40 36-45 - 05-14
Lower Legs (Upper Legs) 46-50 41-60 46-60 - 15-34
Wings (Main Body) 51-55 61-65 61-65 31-55 35-59
Tail (Main Body) 56-60 66-70 66-75 56-59 -
Main Body 61-70 71-85 76-80 60-75 60-75
Pilot's Compartment 71-95 86-95 81-95 76-00 76-95
Gun Pod (Hands) 96-00 96-00 96-00 - 96-00


Alpha Guardian






Head (Main Body) 01 01-03 01-03 - 01-05
Sensor Head (Main Body) 02-06 04-09 04-09 01-07 -
Hands (Forearms) 07-10 - 10-13 08-09 06-09
Forearms (Shoulders) 11-19 10-25 14-30 10-19 10-25
Shoulders (Main Body) 20-26 26-35 31-40 20-29 26-35
Upper Legs (Main Body) 27-35 36-45 41-45 30-34 36-40
Lower Legs (Upper Legs) 36-50 46-65 46-60 35-38 41-65
Wings (Main Body) 51-55 66-70 61-70 39-40 66-69
Tail (Main Body) - - - - -
Main Body 56-75 71-89 71-75 41-70 70-79
Pilot's Compartment 76-95 90-95 76-95 71-95 80-95
Gun Pod (Hands) 96-00 96-00 96-00 96-00 96-00


Alpha Battloid






Head (Main Body) 01-04 01-04 01-04 01-14 -
Sensor Head (Main Body) 05-08 05-08 05-08 15-25 -
Hands (Forearms) 09-13 09-13 09-11 26-30 01-05
Forearms (Shoulders) 14-24 14-24 12-27 31-39 06-20
Shoulders (Main Body) 25-32 25-32 28-40 40-49 21-23
Upper Legs (Main Body) 33-40 33-40 41-45 - 24-27
Lower Legs (Upper Legs) 41-64 41-64 46-65 50-54 28-65
Wings (Main Body) - 65-75 66-67 55-57 66-69
Tail (Main Body) - - - - -
Main Body 65-92 76-85 68-83 58-91 70-84
Pilot's Compartment 93-94 86-96 84-94 92-95 85-91
Gun Pod (Hands) 95-00 97-00 95-00 96-00 92-00


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