|Unit type||Mass Production Commander Use Fifth Generation Knightmare Frame|
|Dimensions||Overall Height: 4.49 meters|
|Weight||Combat Weight: 8.23 metric tons|
|Powerplant||Yggdrasil Drive (Mark III)|
|Equipment and Design Features|
The Mk5-H4N6 Leopard is a commander exclusive knightmare utilized by the European Union in Code Geass Megiddo.
This unit is based on the MS-07B-3 Gouf Custom from Mobile Suit Gundam 08th MS Team, but KF-ied. The only major difference is that its head is styled after a "Stalhelm" helmet. For colors, it's usually painted in the EU's standard feldgrau color scheme, though a large number of alterations exist.
Based on their standard Mk5-F2C4 Panther, the European Union's Mk5-H4N6 Leopard was designed primarily to be used by commanders and pilots that displayed greater proficiency; in other words, it is to the Panther what the RPI-209 Gloucester is to the RPI-13 Sutherland. Although on paper it is little different from the Panther, the Leopard is equipped with heavier armor to increase the pilot's survivability, and holds improved communication and sensory systems so that unit commanders could better assess the battlefield and coordinate with their subordinates. Speed and maneuverability have also been increased, such that the Leopard is on par with the Gloucester. As far as weaponry goes, the Leopard uses the same set of built-in and hand-held weapons as the Panther.
- MG55 15mm Machine Cannon
- SaH210 Slash Harken
- StG45 27mm Assault Rifle
- ZiM75 75mm Magella Cannon
- RPzB40 120mm Giant Bazooka
- DuR368 Rotational Mono-Eye Sensor Camera
- FuM403 Multispectral Sensor System
- VdM505 Landspinner Propulsion System
Much like the Panther, the Leopard has met with great success against both Britannian and Chinese units, as its ability to take great punishment and respond in kind (perhaps more so than any other fifth generation type), as well as its unexpectedly superior mobility makes it a true juggernaut. In the modern day, the Leopard still remains a deadly combatant, and can be found with just about any European military force that field knightmares. However, with the introduction of seventh and eighth generation knightmares upon the battlefield, the Leopard is now almost outdated and slated to be replaced by more modern machines.