General and Technical DataModel number:
Fury Dagger "Yuri"Unit type:
experimental close combat mobile suitManufacturer:
Earth Alliance (Republic of East Asia)Operator:
Earth Alliance (Republic of East Asia)First deployment:
pilot only, in standard cockpit in torsoHead Height:
head height 18.4 metersWeight:
max gross weight 65.7 metric tonsConstruction:
titanium alloy on semi-monocoque framePower plant:
ultracompact energy batteryEquipment and design features:
4 x M2M5 "Todesschrecken" 12.5mm automatic CIWS, fire-linked, mounted in head; 2 x P13T7 "Tigora Phoenix" beam emitter, mounted in palmsSpecial Moves:
Tiger Flame Punch; Tiger Flame Knuckles; Rai-Oh Ken; Supreme Roar FistTechnical and Historical Notes
Built by the Republic of East Asia as part of Project F, the Fury Dagger is a one of a kind unit. Developed under the supervision of Alliance pilot Asagi Kyoto, the "Yuri" has been developed to simulate martial artists like those in video games.
The GAT-03X5 features minimal armaments, this allows it to move freely without the penalty of being bogged down by weaponry. Four vulcans are head-mounted and its primary armament, the experimental Tigora Phoenix beam emitters. Derived from the beam-signs from the now-captured Astray Outframe. The beam emitters have the capability to manipulate the beam energy they output, this allows the weapon to emit whips, swords, shields. The beam emitters however have the capability of projecting the beams for use in ranged combat, an advantage over the original beam signs. However, despite the versatility improvement the Yuri posses, the power output for these beam emitters remain on par with the equivilent standard weapons, depending on the form of the beam.
Asagi Kyoto has familiarized herself so much with the mobile suit that, in accordance with her love of video games, she has devised several trademark moves. The first, Tiger Flame Punch, is a manipulation of beam energy to create a wall of energy about three quarters the height of the mobile suit that dissapitates several meters from its origin, whenever the thin wall of energy comes in contact with a solid the effect is that it will burn through the armour if it is not beam-protected, against beams it will dissapitate in the region struck by the opposing beam while it forces it to dissappitate too; it is used as an offensive move but depending on situation can be used as a defensive measure. This move however, uses enough energy to be on-par with a standard beam rifle.
The next, the Tiger Flame Knuckles involves the mobile suit having a fast velocity before striking; a strictly point-blank move, it involves the hand emitting a ball of energy that is maintained in the palm until it strikes the target; due to the unique method of energy consumption used for this move however, it uses roughly the same amount of energy as a standard beam saber.
The third, the Rai-Oh Ken involves the use of both beam emitters, one over another while lunging at the enemy at point-blank range and creating a sphere double the size of that in the Tiger Flame Knuckles but likewise deals double the damage while still consuming double the energy.
The last, the most powerful is the Supreme Roar Fist, a move which is similar to the Tiger Flame Punch in height but is a projectile that consumes roughly a quarter of the mobile suit's energy. It uses both emitters to charge up and release a volley of potent energy that, when it comes in contact with solids it will errupt with explosive force and will absorb most beam projectile energy that strikes it. This post has been edited by winders on Oct 8 2006, 12:20 AM