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Guilford Vincent

Command Vincent

RPI-212A Vincent Commander
Unit type Mass Production Seventh Generation Knightmare Command Frame
Model number RPI-212A
Codename Vincent Commander
Manufacturer Holy Britannian Empire
Primary users Holy Britannian Empire, The Black Knights
Status Active
Developed from Vincent
Developed into Vincent Ward
Known Pilots
Gilbert G.P. Guilford

Marika Soresi


Liliana Vergamon

A Pre-Mass Production version of the Lancelot known as the Vincent Command Type, it was further produced into the Vincent Ward.

DesignEdit

Following the production of the RPI-212 Vincent testbed, the Britannian Empire creates an enhanced model for commanders. This version, designated the A-type, features improved avionics and shielding against ECM and Gefjun Disturbers, but is otherwise identical to the pre-production model. Data from the commander type is later used to produce the final mass production model, the RPI-212B Vincent Ward.

SpecificationsEdit

General characteristics Edit

Height: 4.44 meters

Weight: 6.99 metric tones

Power Source: Yggdrasil Drive, Energy Filler

Design FeaturesEdit

  • Cockpit Ejection System
  • Factsphere sensor
  • Foot and shoulder mounted Landspinner propulsion system
  • Optional Air Glide Wing System

ArmamentEdit

  • 2x Maser Vibration Sword (MVS) Lance type
  • 2x Needle Blazer
  • 2x Slash Harken
  • 1x Assault Rifle w/Grenade Launcher

Operational HistoryEdit

One commander unit, painted metallic white with purple accents is piloted by Gilbert G.P. Guilford when he attempts to thwart the Black Knights' plan to kidnap Area 11's new Viceroy. Other units are used by special teams assigned to Luciano Bradley, the Knight of Ten, as well as Monica Kruszewski, the Knight of Twelve.

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