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General Characteristics
Codename Bristol
Unit type Mass Production Amphibious Fifth Generation Knightmare Frame
Manufacturer Britannic Defense Systems plc
Operator Britannian Empire
Dimensions Overall Height: 4.69 meters
Weight Combat Weight: 6.27 metric tons
Powerplant Yggdrasil Drive (Mark III)
Equipment and Design Features
  • Multispectral Sensor System
  • Landspinner Propulsion System
  • Hydrojet Thrusters
Standard Armament
  • 8 x Torpedo Launcher
  • 2 x Slash Harken

The Bristol is an amphibious knightmare frame produced and utilized by the Britannian Empire in Code Geass Megiddo.

Appearance:[]

The Megiddo version of the Portman. No real changes except now painted blue instead of green.

Description:[]

The Bristol is the first amphibious knightmare to be produced. While most Knightmare Frame battles take place on land, the Bristol is specially created to fill the role of a Knightmare Frame unit for the Imperial Navy. Much of its outward design is made with hydrodynamics first in mind, so that it can function effectively underwater. In addition to the standard slash harkens, the Bristol has a set of torpedo launchers mounted in its shoulders, and a hydro jet pack mounted on its back. Though intended to operate primarily underwater, the Bristol can also be used on land, though its speed and combat skills are poor in this area.

History[]

Produced as the first amphibious knightmare frame, the Bristol was something of an odd duckling in the Imperial Navy and Marines. Noteworthy for its ugliness and its lumbering nature, it became a vocal point for critics who believed marine knightmares were impractical. However, the design would prove itself many times through its service, such as the destruction of the Japan Liberation Front during the Japanese Insurrection and various naval skirmishes between Britannia and the Eurasian Union. As Britannia's adversaries are slow to field amphibious knightmares of their own (if at all), the Bristol has remained in service as a valued asset of the Imperial Navy.

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