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|The Macross Saga, Episode 29|
|Air date||11 April 1985|
|Written by||Steve Kramer|
|Directed by||Robert V. Barron|
|Comic adaptation(s)||Robotech: The Macross Saga 29: The Robotech Masters|
"Robotech Masters" is the twenty-ninth episode of The Macross Saga. It was one of the first to make a direct connection to the other Sagas by actually showing the villains of the series, The Masters, leaving Tirol to head towards Earth.
At their distant home, the Robotech Masters receive a telepathic message that Zor’s lost battlefortress has been located. A routine scan indicates that it is surrounded by a large discharge of protoculture mass. While it seems impossible that any single force could have been responsible for the destruction of more than four million battleships, the Robotech Masters receive information that that was exactly what happened. They prepare for a hyperspace fold to investigate the truth behind the data.
On Earth, the surviving Zentraedi are unhappy. They are not used to a life without the excitement of war. Peace grates on their nerves. Thousands of dissatisfied warriors are leaving town after town, heading out into the desert wastelands. It is just the kind of information Warlord Khyron likes to hear from his spies. Now, with Azonia fighting at his side, he is certain noting stand in the way of his desire for total conquest.
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"The Robotech Masters" is based off of an original Japanese episode of The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, entitled "Ronrī Songu" (Meaning "Lonely Song" in English), that was aired 8 May, 1983 in Japan.
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- Greg Finley as Henry Gloval
- Rebecca Forstadt as Lynn Minmei
- Alexandra Kenworthy as Azonia
- Ted Layman as Exedore
- Wendee Lee as Vanessa Leeds
- Melanie MacQueen as Lisa Hayes
- Iona Morris as Claudia Grant
- Tony Oliver as Rick Hunter
- Jan Rabson as Bron
- Greg Snegoff as Khyron
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