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IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Fri Apr 22, 2016 6:54 am

1)TMPM02/AC Triaina
-H:18.5m, W: 32.8t
-Weapons: JEE-205 130mm Assault Rifle and Custom Maniago Knife(1 stored in each shoulder armor).

MS that appeared in Avalanche Colony for Daddy Ted assassination. Customized machine based on the MP Hyakuren frame sold by Teiwaz. Armor is lightened for battle under gravity. It has overwhelming combat ability because it was made for anti MS combat so it can assassinate VIPs using hit and run tactics. Strengthened sensors and easy to handle folding knives as equipments.

Shinohara design, maybe we're getting Ebikawa ones too

https://i.imgur.com/j9Tveqr.jpg
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Re: IBO MSV

Post by E08 » Fri Apr 22, 2016 11:08 pm

balofo wrote: Armor is reduced for battle under gravity. It has overwhelming combat ability because it was made for anti MS combat so it can assassinate VIPs in one strike and then retreat.
To be more accurate, the profile said that the suit's armor is lightened, and that it assassinates via hit and run.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Sat Apr 23, 2016 11:53 am

Fixed the Triaina profile with E08 corrections.

Here are the other chapter pages:
https://i.imgur.com/96bDvM2.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/19wz03S.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/o2MiIGN.jpg

ASW-G-29 Gundam Astaroth, H: 18.2m and W: 30.6t

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by SonicSP » Sun Apr 24, 2016 11:21 am

I think it says there that Asteroth was one of the Gjallajorn family Gundams and for 300 years it was passed down from generation to generation (I'm not sure whether it's a Seven Stars family or not). But a few years ago, they got into some financial trouble and I think lost it somehow. Then Asteroth was traded around in the underground market where people kept stripping it for parts and when it was found again, the frame was barely the only thing that was left.

Can't understand the next part very much though other than one of the characters wanting to restore it because it symbolizes the family. And at the end, the Triaina ambushed it.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Sun Apr 24, 2016 1:05 pm

SonicSP wrote:I think it says there that Asteroth was one of the Gjallajorn family Gundams and for 300 years it was passed down from generation to generation (I'm not sure whether it's a Seven Stars family or not). But a few years ago, they got into some financial trouble and I think lost it somehow. Then Asteroth was traded around in the underground market where people kept stripping it for parts and when it was found again, the frame was barely the only thing that was left.

Can't understand the next part very much though other than one of the characters wanting to restore it because it symbolizes the family. And at the end, the Triaina ambushed it.
Complementing:
-The Astaroth's whereabouts were unknown after the CW. The Warren? family which is part of GJ was entrusted to study the site of a fierce battle on the moon surface. There they found the Astaroth in the bottom of a huge crater. The MS was then passed down along the family generations.
-Several years ago the Warrens were hit by a scandal involving illicit dealings with a economic bloc which brought misery to them
-Then the Astaroth's equipments and armor were sold in the underground market
-It eventually feel into the hands of Daddy Ted the leader of the Tanpotenpo? based on the Avalanche Colony which is located in a lunar sector Lagrange Point. It was just the frame by now.
-Volco? visits Daddy to buy the Gundam and then restore it to its original form since it's his family's symbol
-Argee?, the boy with an artificial arm, visits the Colony to assassinate Daddy but the Triaina attacks in the middle of his mission
-Argee protects a dying Daddy and then boards the Astaroth in his place.

BTW Argee's family was killed by a Gundam, so we're already know what kind of MS this gaiden's antagonist will pilot.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Tue Apr 26, 2016 7:21 pm

More Astaroth info:
-It can carry a 210mm Anti-materiel Rifle and 2x Panzer Fausts(seen in Try Age)
-The Sub-knuckle can be used as a manipulator
-The 2 side waist armor are called Boost Armors and help control the MS since its asymmetry changed the center of gravity.
-The small knife is stored in one of the Boost Armors.
-Argee doesn't pilot it with AV System, a neural connection through his prosthetic arm helps him to control the MS. His family's shuttle was attacked by a Gundam 5 years ago, so he pilots the Astaroth both for revenge and in debt to Volco which let him pilot it.
-Volco has a memory chip embedded on his head. The Warrens are one of the Seven Stars.
-Daddy Ted not only entrusted Astaroth to Argee and Volco but also his daughter Lialina.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:48 am

More pics:

-Lineart for Astaroth's weapons including it equipped with the 210mm Rifle/Panzer Fausts and the storage for the small knife: https://i.imgur.com/HZBPD84.jpg
-Color picture for the protagonists including Lialina: https://i.imgur.com/WpkmuQt.jpg
-Astaroth in storage: https://i.imgur.com/JZlHo7Q.jpg

Info:
-The Anti-materiel Rifle is from the time it was owned by Warren family. It needs to connect to the waist armor to be used(Boost Armor is removed), also has a bipod.
-The Demolition Knife can be used for defense when folded. It can also deploy the blade just in time to surprise the opponent. Stored on backpack mount arm.
-The 2 Panzer Fausts are mounted on backpack mount arm.
-The Astaroth was restored by Volco(he was under Tantotenpo) while in Avalanche Colony.
-Volco's surgery to implant the chip on his brain reduced his spatial awareness
-The nerve connection to pilot Astaroth was originally for Daddy Ted who also had a prosthetic arm
-Triaina sensor's were upgraded to better search its assassination targets
-Astaroth's current head is a replica from remaining data

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by SonicSP » Wed Apr 27, 2016 10:06 am

I'm curios onto whether the Asteroth had the Alayashiki system installed in the cockpit when it was found, or whether it still has it at all. That may lead further into the speculation that the original Gundam pilots may have been fully intergrated into their original cockpits, or maybe at further that mysterious trend.

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Post by balofo » Tue May 10, 2016 1:41 am

http://i.imgur.com/I8ccxPt.jpg

Main manual page text is the same text from HJ...

Maybe the other page will have some new info other than Argee is bad with girls...

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Post by balofo » Wed May 11, 2016 7:14 pm

https://www.1999.co.jp/itbig37/10376565k2.jpg

2nd page info:
-The Astaroth's Gundam Frame has a special energy transmission mechanism for a certain equipment that is currently unusable since said equipment was lost since it left the Warrens(the anti-materiel rifle?)
-The Sub Knuckle uses parts from Hyakuren bought directly from Teiwaz
-Mercenaries are hired to protect interplanetary trading ships from pirates, especially by underground businesses who can't afford the maintenance costs of a MS force.
-Astaroth's development data is stored in the memory chip installed in Volco's head, the inner leg armor built by Tanpotenpo resembles the original one somehow.
-The Rifle is from the Warren house era.
-The Boost Armors have a wide range of movement.

HG announced for the antagonist Gundam, no name/release date yet:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CiN246DUkAEZB9N.jpg:orig
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Post by YokozunaBulldozer » Wed May 11, 2016 9:25 pm

SonicSP wrote:I'm curios onto whether the Asteroth had the Alayashiki system installed in the cockpit when it was found, or whether it still has it at all. That may lead further into the speculation that the original Gundam pilots may have been fully intergrated into their original cockpits, or maybe at further that mysterious trend.
If it was missing they probably sold it.
It would be interesting if said system turned out to be used as spare parts for Barbatos or Graze Ein.
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Post by E08 » Thu May 12, 2016 8:15 am

balofo wrote:-Astaroth's development data is stored in the memory chip installed in Volco's head, the inner leg armor built by Tanpotenpo resembles the original one somehow.
I think the manual says 'maintenance data' rather than 'development data'. It also mentions that Spinner Rodi are used for security/guarding purposes for the work/industrial colonies, and that Spinner Rodi's equipment are widely circulated and easier to obtain. Apparently, Teiwaz's heavy industry department (a reference to Euro Electronics maybe?) sells/exports parts of the Hyakuren's external parts. Also the Sub knuckle seems to be equipped onto the suit by Volco.
YokozunaBulldozer wrote:
SonicSP wrote:I'm curios onto whether the Asteroth had the Alayashiki system installed in the cockpit when it was found, or whether it still has it at all. That may lead further into the speculation that the original Gundam pilots may have been fully intergrated into their original cockpits, or maybe at further that mysterious trend.
If it was missing they probably sold it.
It would be interesting if said system turned out to be used as spare parts for Barbatos or Graze Ein.
Why would Graze Ein need parts from Astaroth? Gjallarhorn does not seem to have any problem creating the AV system...
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Re: IBO MSV

Post by YokozunaBulldozer » Thu May 12, 2016 5:17 pm

balofo wrote:
Why would Graze Ein need parts from Astaroth? Gjallarhorn does not seem to have any problem creating the AV system...
Maybe not as a literal means of spare parts but research material and that sorta stuff.
Of course they could probably pull up specs and data since they got the methods and cash to do so but I was thinking of a possibility where they get a copy of the system they can just go crazy and experiment.
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Post by E08 » Fri May 13, 2016 7:15 am

I think that maybe possible only if buying the AV system and modding it is cheaper and/or easier than creating a modified version of the system for experimenting from scratch. Also, there is the more important question of time period. That is whether the Astaroth's equipment is sold prior to Gjallarhorn abandoning AV system research.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by biohazard_star » Fri May 13, 2016 9:11 am

Isn't the Alaya-Vijnana system directly integrated into the Gundam Frame? The missing parts from the cockpit would only be the interface that connects it to the pilot, as is the case with Barbatos using a mobile worker's Alaya-Vijnana cockpit seat/connector. The parts that make up the cockpit block do not seem to be as important as the Gundam Frame itself, as far as the AV system is concerned.

Also, I could be remembering this wrong, but wasn't it hinted that the other Seven Stars families have Gundam Frames in their possessions. If Gjallarhorn's R&D division needed a Gundam AV system to reverse-engineer, they had the Bauduin family's Kimaris, and possibly several other Gundam Frames, to experiment on.

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Post by balofo » Fri May 13, 2016 10:18 am

Ultra-HQ HJ lineart pages for Astaroth and Triaina, let's pray these will continue to appear like the AGE MSV ones did montlhy.

https://files.yande.re/image/3f928fad82 ... gundam.jpg
https://files.yande.re/image/c2cf5df888 ... rphans.jpg

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Mon May 23, 2016 12:26 pm

2)UGY-R41/H Hakuri Rodi
-H: 17.6m(Sampo's), 17.3(Yuhana's). W: 38.6t
-Armaments: Chopper(Sampo's), Axe(Yuhana's), 90mm Submachine gun and Hand Grenade.

http://i.imgur.com/FJAq21e.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/oGt1vR9.jpg

Machine Explanation: MS used by the mercenaries Hakuri older brother and younger sister. They repaired the Man Rodis they found by chance during a job in the debris zone. Since the heads and cockpits were destroyed when recovered, these parts were substituted for new ones. For that reason the Brewers' AV System is not equipped.

Antagonist Gundam B/W lineart, more info in the next HJ. Gunpla releases in August: http://i.imgur.com/KednMCD.jpg

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by Dark Duel » Mon May 23, 2016 12:59 pm

I find it quite interesting that this Antagonist Gundam is, at first glance, nearly identical in general appearance of the main body to the Astaroth. Looking at its main body the legs, arms, torso, and even the head only differ in cosmetic details.
First time in IBO so far that we've seen such close similarity between two separate Gundam Frame units before - excluding variants of pre-existing units such as Kimaris Trooper.
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Re: IBO MSV

Post by MayflyOfSpace » Mon May 23, 2016 4:08 pm

balofo wrote:2)UGY-R41/H Hakuri Rodi
-H: 17.6m(Sampo's), 17.3(Yuhana's). W: 38.6t
-Armaments: Chopper(Sampo's), Axe(Yuhana's), 90mm Submachine gun and Hand Grenade.

http://i.imgur.com/FJAq21e.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/oGt1vR9.jpg
Oh man, those look excellent. i hope we get some gunpla of them, because the basic Man Rodi kit that we got was kind of blah in my opinion, but both the Spinner Rodi and now these two look way cooler. It's also nice to see the weapons from the 3rd option set making an appearance (aside from the chopper's, like, 2 second appearance in the final episode).
Dark Duel wrote:I find it quite interesting that this Antagonist Gundam is, at first glance, nearly identical in general appearance of the main body to the Astaroth. Looking at its main body the legs, arms, torso, and even the head only differ in cosmetic details.
First time in IBO so far that we've seen such close similarity between two separate Gundam Frame units before - excluding variants of pre-existing units such as Kimaris Trooper.
Yeah I can see why, before it was confirmed that this was the antagonist for the manga, that people at first glance thought this could be a rebuilt version of the Astaroth. I imagine that at the very least, the two gundams will have been built for similar combat roles, since they both seem to be focused on heavy melee combat. What I'm wondering about though, is what the heck are the things on this unnamed gundam's shoulders? Looking at the gunpla, those parts can clearly move about quite a bit and unfold. Just what are they?

And looking at this new lineart, what I thought was one weapon stored on its hip, it know looks like two, both a pistol of some sort, and a sword/cub hybrid perhaps? And it looks like there is also a small knife stored on the other side of the waist, unless I'm looking at it wrong. You can even see this on the gunpla, though only in a single image that doesn't give you much of a look at it.

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Re: IBO MSV

Post by balofo » Mon May 23, 2016 7:14 pm

BTW the 1/144 Astaroth runners don't have a single runner switch, that means its upgrade is going to be probably all new(armor and armaments) if it gets a kit.

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