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General Characteristics
Codename Liger
Unit type Artillery Eighth Generation Knightmare Frame
Manufacturer Krauss-Clement GmbH
Operator Eurasian Union
Dimensions Overall Height: 4.54 meters
Weight Combat Weight: 9.22 metric tons
Powerplant Yggdrasil Drive (Mark IV)
Equipment and Design Features
  • Mono-Eye Sensor Camera
  • Multispectral Sensor System
  • Landspinner Propulsion System
Standard Armament
  • 2 x Slash Harken
  • 2 x Grenade Launcher
  • 1 x Blitz Sword
  • 1 x Blitz Cannon
Optional Armament
  • 1 x Blitz Rifle
Pilot(s)
  • Thomas Kurtz
  • Brenev Augur
  • Gerald Sakai

The Liger is an eighth generation artillery knightmare frame utilized by the Eurasian Union in Code Geass Megiddo.

Appearance[]

The Gelgoog Cannon from Mobile Suit Variations as a knightmare frame. Standard color is hellgrau, though a multitude of custom units exist.

Design[]

Partly influenced by Britannia's Dinadan, the artillery oriented knightmare frame utilized by Sir Johann Ernst, the Knight of Two, Krauss-Clement would develop an artillery/fire support variant of the venerable Loewe. Dubbed the Liger (after the offspring of a lion and a tigress), the Liger's primary feature is the large blitz cannon mounted over its right shoulder, replacing one of the Loewe's original blitz swords. This weapon is functionally equivalent to a Britannian hadron cannon, and is thus capable of penetrating and obliterating even the most heavily defended targets. The cannon is further augmented by the Liger's specialized head unit, which mounts a powerful targeting sensor for pinpoint accuracy. Beyond the cannon, the Liger retains the original left-mounted blitz sword, blitz rifle and slash harkens, but replaces the Loewe's blitz vulcans with three-slot grenade launchers for greater medium range firepower. Its landspinners were also reinforced to offset the added weight, thereby allowing the Liger to retain its original speed and mobility despite.

History[]

From its introduction, the Liger would prove its usefulness as a fire support unit. Though it would only enter the Great World War during its latter stages, the Liger would take part in several pivotal battles across Eurasia, especially under the utilization of Kampfgruppe Chimera. Among noteworthy Liger pilots were Lieutenant Colonel Thomas "Grey Phantom" Kurtz, Major General Brenev "One-Shot Killer" Augur and Major Gerald "Thunderbolt of Algiers" Sakai.

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