The Glomar is a ship from Super Dimensional Century Orguss and is a ship featured in The Knights of the Multiverse, first appearing in Season 1. It was originally created by the New Photon/Saotome Labs staff for The Knights to use as their personal transport craft and act as mobile home/headquarters.

History[edit | edit source]

Pre-Series[edit | edit source]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

Season 2[edit | edit source]

Season 3[edit | edit source]

Main Areas[edit | edit source]

  • Hanger

The Glomar's underbelly contains a hanger bay of sorts. The center part is long enough to hold up to three average-sized mobile suits and has several storage ports specifically for smaller mechs like the Orguss Units.

  • Control Room
  • "The Den"

Arguably the most popular spot in the ship, "the Den" as everyone calls it, is positioned around the back part of the ship, with a large turnabout couch with a large TV hanging over a fireplace for the team to just settle down, catch up and .

  • Mess Hall

A large area made up of chairs and tables where the "guests" have their meals and share stories from their worlds.

  • Food Bar
  • Kitchen
  • Med/Repair Bay

Armaments[edit | edit source]

  • Flight System

The Glomar has a unique flight system that allows it to either hover just above the ground or ascend up into the

  • Weapons

Although not built specifically to be a military vessel, the Glomar has various weapons installed for self defense. It's armed with gun turrets and missiles all around the hull and four triple-barreled laser cannons stored in its front. There are also numerous weapon ports for the crew to use hand-held weapons.

  • Big Shooters

When Hiroshi Shiba joins the team around midway through Season 1, the Glomar had the cannons from Jeeg's Big Shooter attached to the front of it's underbelly to fire the Jeeg parts and some of its other weapons like the Mach Drills and Jeeg Bazooka.

Notes[edit | edit source]


  • Length: 60 m/197 ft
  • Width: 37.5 m/123 ft
  • Height: 24 m/79 ft

The inclusion of the Glomar in KotM is, well, to serve the same purpose it did in the original Orguss anime: to act as a sort of mobile home for the lead cast. Plus, with the cast's main residence being mobile, it helps to sort of justify how the team is able to get to most places quickly (well, at least for the first season).

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