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The Lucky Star, a quintessential Emblem Frame

Emblem Frames (紋章機 monshōki?) are the spacecrafts-fighters piloted by the members of the Angel Troupe. Emblem Frames are notable for the mobility of fighters combined with the firepower and defense of battleships. They are emblazoned with an emblem unique to the universe in which they were built.

The Emblem Frames are equipped with the H.A.L.O. System to control their special Chrono String Engines, limiting the number of people with any ability to pilot them. The mass-production models introduced later instead use an A.I. system to replace the interface between the pilot and the H.A.L.O. system, allowing any regular person to pilot them. Due to the probability manipulation possible due to the H.A.L.O. or A.I. system, the amount of power that could be produced by their Chrono String Engines was quite significant, allowing much greater performance than possible with a conventional ship.

Each Frame's H.A.L.O. System was specially tuned to its specific pilot, making it nearly impossible for another person, even if they were an Angel, to use that person's Frame. If attempted, at best, the power output would have been highly unstable, which would have quickly lead to loss of control and system shutdown. It was sometimes possible however to tune the H.A.L.O system to a different Angel if it was necessary, though some Frames just would not work with another Angel.

Emblem Frames are also able to enter Chrono Drive, and are thus capable of independent interstellar travel. This capability was used rarely however, as the Moon and Rune Angel Wings were primarily based on the carrier ships Elsior and Luxiole respectively, allowing for quick resupply and repair.

Angel Feathers Edit

When the Emblem Frame's pilot's mentality is at its absolute peak, the Emblem Frame sprouts angelic wings from the side of the hull that physically show the vessel's full potential being unlocked. The Emblem Frame's in its entirety is powered up with its weapons, armor, and special weapons being upgraded. In the first series, the Angel Feathers are invoked by the Moon Angel Wing in the final missions of their respective games. However, the members of the Rune Angel Wing had difficulty in invoking their feathers and only the chosen Angel gained their wings for a brief moment in Zettai Ryoiki no Tobira during the process to open the Chrono Gate to ABSOLUTE. By the end of the series, all of its members gain their wings for the final battle.

EDEN Emblem FramesEdit

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EDEN Emblem on the Lucky Star

These Emblem Frames were all discovered within the White Moon in EDEN.

Unit #7 was damaged beyond repair in Galaxy Angel Eternal Lovers, while the remaining six EDEN Emblem Frames were destroyed in Galaxy Angel II Eigō Kaiki no Toki when the Elsior is made to self-destruct to counteract a blackhole that was forming near Val-Fasq homeworld.

NEUE Emblem FramesEdit

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NEUE Emblem on the Relic Raider

These Emblem Frames were all discovered in different locations in NEUE. A unique feature of all of these Frames is that they could all combine with Brave Heart.

Mass-production Emblem FramesEdit

These Emblem Frames were designed by Noa, and were able to be piloted by anyone who had the proper training. They were created with the intent of allowing the United Parallel Worlds to be able to fight back against attackers with unknown Lost Technology that they might find in various parallel universes. The H.A.L.O System proved difficult for Noa to replicate and instead, it was replaced with an advanced A.I. Its earliest model is the prototype Holy Blood.

Dark AngelsEdit

Lacking a H.A.L.O. System, Dark Angels were created by the Black Moon and piloted by the Hell Hounds in an attempt to match the Angel Troupe in battle.       

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