The AMX-012 Delta Plus is a robot from Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn and is a transformable mobile suit featured in Knights of the Multiverse Season 2. It was created by Axis Zeon as a counter to the AEUG's Gundam team (the Zeta Gundam, the Mk-II & the Hyaku Shiki) and was piloted by Beecha Oleg.

History[edit | edit source]

Season 2[edit | edit source]

Armaments[edit | edit source]

  • 60mm Vulcan Gun

Standard head-mounted shell machine guns.

  • Beam Rifle

The Delta Plus uses a beam rifle powered by a replaceable energy pac; if the energy pac runs out of energy, it can easily be replaced with a fresh one. Besides the standard shooting mode, the beam rifle also has a long duration, high output shooting mode that is known among the federation’s pilot as the ‘Guillotine burst’. Lastly, the beam rifle's muzzle can generate a beam blade, allowing the rifle to function as a long beam saber.

  • Shield

The Delta Plus' shield is a multipurpose weapon. Other than being a defensive armament, it stores multi-purpose grenade launchers, beam sabers, a beam cannon and also doubles as the unit's forward section in Waverider mode.

  • 2-barrel Grenade Launcher

Located on the Delta Plus' shield, they can be loaded with various type of ammunitions.

  • Beam Cannon

A beam cannon is mounted on the Delta Plus' shield.

  • Beam Saber

The Delta Plus has two beam sabers stored in its shield and they can be used even when stored. In waverider mode, the beam sabers function as beam guns.

  • Waverider Mode

The Delta Plus is able to transform into a waverider aircraft. Like the original Zeta, its able to reenter the atmosphere unassisted.

Special Equipment & Features[edit | edit source]

  • Bio-Sensor

The Delta Plus is also equipped with a bio-sensor, however, it is less effective than the one developed for the Zeta Gundam.

Notes[edit | edit source]

Like the Zeta Plus, the Delta Plus's original designation in its source material, MSN-001A1, has been changed. While the "MSN" to "AMX" change is obvious, since that's the designation for most modern Axis Zeon mobile suits, but the number was pumped up to 13. Plus, there wasn't an AMX-012 in the original ZZ series, anyway.

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