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General Characteristics
Codename Mikail
Unit type Prototype Desert Eighth Generation Knightmare Frame
Manufacturer Krauss-Clement GmbH
Operator Zulfiqar
Dimensions Overall Height: 4.62 meters
Weight Combat Weight: 8.67 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 Blitz Shield
  • 2 x Blitz Sword
Optional Armament
  • 1 x Blitz Rifle
  • Rolf Gruenwald

The Mikail is an eighth generation Knightmare frame utilized by Zulfiqar in Code Geass Megiddo.


The Desert Gelgoog, namely the Gundam Unicorn edition, as a Knightmare Frame. Its general design is the same, but it lacks the original back periscope, arm buster (replaced with the blitz shield projectors) and rocket thrusters (landspinners replacing the latter on the legs). Instead of the original dark brown scheme, the Mikail features the standard desert tan seen on Zulfiqar KMFs.


Named after the fourth and final Islamic archangel, the Mikail is a modified version of the Eurasian Loewe meant exclusively for desert warfare. For this purpose, dustproofing measures have been applied to various parts, and to deal with heat problems, the cooling system has been strengthened. The built-in power pipes are exposed to the outside to thoroughly dissipate heat and cool the machine, making it possible to withstand long hours of operation in the desert. Its landspinners have also been reinforced to better endure the local terrain.

As with its basis, the Mikail utilizes blitz weaponry, though again its armaments have been revamped for usage in tropical climates. Namely, its blitz rifle has been revamped with a slightly shorter barrel, as well as an enhanced cooling system. The Mikail also lacks the original blitz vulcans, instead utilizing a pair of blitz shield projectors in place. Functionally equivalent to the Britannian Blaze Luminous, the projectors generate large electromagnetic shields over the Mikail's forearms, granting it superior defense. The shields' durability also allows them to be used as effective bashing weapons.


Well aware of the lackluster quality of the former Arab military forces, Eurasian Central Command had reneged on providing the resistance groups of Area 18 (formerly the Middle East) with any knightmare frames beyond the fifth generation. As luck would have it however, a prominent Eurasian devicer, Colonel Rolf Gruenwald, had remained in the area following its conquest, having joined up with Zulfiqar. Thus Central Command would develop the Mikail exclusively for Colonel Gruenwald's usage, providing both he and Zulfiqar at large a more effective means of combating and harassing the Britannian occupational forces in the region.