The Zentradi war machine was very well equipped and featured numerous vehicles, one of the best of which was the Quel-Quallie theatre scout. A multi-purpose vehicle, the Quel-Quallie's primary role was as a reconnaissance craft, but potent weaponry and a large internal cargo bay made the ship suited to many operational roles. For reconnaissance missions, the Quel-Quallie featured a large and powerful sensor cluster.
Prepared for combat at any range, the theatre scout had two long-range dual-cannons mounted on the front as well as several missile launchers capable of omni-directional firing. On the underside of the Quel-Quallie, two large bay doors could be opened to allow deployment of the sensor cluster or as an entrance/egress for friendly mecha.
On either side of the ship are two telescoping landing spires on rotating mounts which are retracted and stowed parallel to the hull during flight. The ship was built to last and featured a strong armored hull that could sustain significant damage before the craft's systems failed.
The most notable deep space operation involving a Quel-Quallie in Space War I was "Blue Wind," a scouting and intelligence gathering mission conducted by a three-member team consisting of Loli Dosel, Conda Bromco and Warera Nantes.