Within the Hammerhead's crew, she acts as a maternal figure for the other younger women on the ship. They retain their Alaya-Vijnana Systems, which help improve their mobility as they are converted for use under gravity with the addition of legs that are more suitable for walking on land. After returning to the Turbines, she switches her Shiden for a Hekija Mobile Suit. However, he is regularly given second-in-command duty and control of the ship presumably because nobody else can handle the position. They are seen as monsters when others catch a glimpse of the Alaya-Vijnana on their backs.
According to both McGillis and Nady, the Earth population's phobia towards humans with cybernetic implantation is actually due to a calculated effort by Gjallarhorn's propaganda in order to discourage the cybernetic technologies which gave Gjallarhorn the edge in winning the Calamity War from becoming popular enough to be used against Gjallarhorn itself in the future. He also has a rather cold outlook on life due to his role as a child soldier. During the Third Corps' mutiny, he decides to join the youths for unknown reasons. I was also rooting for the possible romantic relationship between Orga and Merribit. In some cases, he will even enter a berserker-like state if enraged and can only be snapped out by those close to him. Mikazuki is most notable as a negative.
They possess multiple Man Rodi mobile suits alongside the Gundam Gusion, two assault ships, and two cargo vessels. After being ordered to eliminate any evidence of Gjallarhorn's defeat, he defies orders and challenges the Gundam Barbatos in a duel. Following the demise of the Turbines, Hush is assigned the Hekija that was formerly piloted by the late Lafter Frankland. Orga and Atra rush to save her, however Mikazuki manage to save the three from Ein's axe. Gundams in Iron-Blooded Orphans are relics of a long-gone cataclysm. She is later revealed to be a working undercover for Nobliss Gordon, feeding him information about Tekkadan's actions and whereabouts as part of a plan to frame Kudelia and Tekkadan for a union revolt at the Dort Colonies.
When he died, it was put in storage inside the Gjallarhorn headquarters, only to be awaken by McGillis after announcing his rebellion against the Arianrhod Fleet and the people who stood against him. More specifically, he proposed an alliance between them after the massacre at the Dort Colonies. After being upgraded and overhauled by Teiwaz, it also carries a katana-like sword, which takes Mikazuki some time to master. As it symbolizes the power of Agnika Kaieru and Gjallarhorn as a whole, it is believed his soul resides inside the Alaya-Vijnana System. He later informs Orga that this is the last time he can tolerate any unilateral actions as he can't be disloyal to McMurdo Barriston. Great in all the sense of the word.
The Rodi Frame is incredibly versatile; suits built with it are primarily designed for use in space and are often equipped with extremely heavy armor because of the lack of gravity. Mars was colonized by humanity centuries ago, but with no economic autonomy a movement for Martian independence has started to gain traction. Things go poorly for the children until an orphan named Mikazuki Augus repairs a salvaged mobile suit known as Gundam Barbatos and help the child soldiers overtake the corrupt higher-ups. Zeta Gundam feels like a great critique on Vietnam. That experience shaped McGillis's ideology that only authoritative force can purge Gjallarhorn corruption by any means, even manipulating others who care for him. He pilots a white customized Shiden which he inherits from the late Orga.
. A position he struggles with at times, but succeeds in ultimately. It is additionally coated in pink-hued Nano-Laminate Armor paint, which quickly becomes Norba's signature color. She is shown to normally have a carefree, playful demeanor, but becomes ruthless in the cockpit. While not as versatile or powerful as Gjallarhorn's mobile suits, they are significantly cheaper and more numerous. She is viewed by Mikazuki as an inspiration to become a farmer once he can afford to leave his job as a mobile suit pilot. After Aston's death, he became more solemn and serious; having misplaced his trust in Radiche and Galan.
At the event, important details about the series were revealed including the full name, setting, characters, mechanical designs and staff. He later privately lets Azee and the Turbine survivors smuggle the survivors of Tekkadan to Earth to get new identities. Armament wise, it is armed with a bayonet rifle and large forked spear. It's Me, Margaret and Forever, which. By the end of the battle, young heroes start losing their hope.
Merribit is horrified with Tekkadan's universal acceptance of blind vengeance after Biscuit's death and desperately tries to steer the boys away from that path, but is ignored and chastised for getting in the way. Fareed also stands above the other cast members. With the concept of Renaissance, the unit is modified with much improved heavy armor as well as some of the unit's recovered parts, allowing it to become a lot stronger than the base unit. The lighter armor makes the new configuration usable under planetary gravity. When Tekkadan prepares to leave Mars and undergo their mission, Atra quits her job at the grocery store and offers her services to the group as a cook.
The organization's namesake is from Norse mythology, the war horn of the gods which will be blown at the beginning of. Each day is a fight to survive, not just for their own future, but for the ones who died fighting for that future. Consequentially, he seeks to surpass Mikazuki in memory of Builth. However, due to the removal of the boost armor, its weight is not evenly balance and causes problems when in ground combat. During the final siege of Tekkadan's headquarters, he is crushed to death by Akihiro in his Graze after the latter recognizes his voice as the murderer of Naze and Amida.