The following is a list of known discrepancies connected to Cherno Alpha within the Pacific Rim film and external canon.

Known Inconsistencies

  • A translation of the Blueprint of Cherno Alpha cites that the Jaeger was launched in 2018 and was classified a Mark-4[1], and this assumption was supported by Pacific Rim: Man, Machines & Monsters and the novelization, where Cherno is again listed as a Mark-4 Jaeger.[2][3] However, screenwriter Travis Beacham stated that the Cherno is a Mark-1 and launched in 2015. After he made this public on his twitter account, Cherno's status was adjusted according to the new info on the Pan Pacific Defense Corps. website.
  • According to the stats card, Cherno Alpha weighs 2,412 tons. According to the blueprints, its weight is 6,912 tons.
  • According to the stats card and Man, Machines & Monsters, Cherno Alpha stands at 280 feet. Its blueprints state it stands at 275 feet.
  • According to Pacific Rim Cherno Alpha is the heaviest Jaeger built at 2,412 Tons. However, Man, Machines & Monsters cites Tacit Ronin as weighing three times more at 7,450 tons.[2]