AEU-05G AEU Hellion Ground Type


Model number: AEU-05G
Code name: AEU Hellion Ground Type
Unit type: mass production ground combat mobile suit
Manufacturer: AEU (Advanced European Union)
Operator(s): AEU; PMC Trust; Katharon
Rollout: unknown
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 15.4 meters
Weight: max gross 67.0 metric tons
Armor materials:
Powerplant: unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: defense rod, mounted on left arm; 2 x 3-tube missile pod, mounted on knees; 2 x sonic blade, hand-carried in use; 2 x 105mm linear cannon, mounted on torso
Optional hand armaments: linear rifle

The AEU-05G AEU Hellion Ground Type was the ground combat variant of the standard AEU-05/05 AEU Hellion Perpetuum. The Ground Type featured reinforced armor on the chest and shoulders. The suit was unable to fly due to the omission of the flight mode transformation mechanism, but it could glide in the air. Because the Ground Type did not fly, the wings on the backpack were replaced with smaller ones. The Ground Type’s color was determined by nanomachines on the armor surface, but they had difficulty in covering up scars. The Ground Type’s armaments included a linear rifle, linear gun, sonic blades, missile pods and a defense rod. The Ground Type was used by both the AEU and other organizations like PMC Trust and Katharon.

First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam 00
Original mechanical designer: Hitoshi Fukuchi


Linear rifle


Rear view


Sonic blade

Gundam 00 Info

Seiji Mizushima

Yousuke Kuroda

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kanetake Ebikawa
Takayuki Yanase
Hitoshi Fukuchi
Kenji Teraoka
Naohiro Washio
Kunio Okawara
Seiichi Nakatani

Character Designer(s):
Yun Kouga
Michinori Chiba

Musical Composer:
Kenji Kawai

50 episodes; 3 compilation movies

Japan 10.06.2007 – 03.29.2008 (S1);
10.05.2008 – 03.29.2009 (S2)
U.S. 11.24.2008 – 02.09.2009 (S1);
06.29.2009 – 09.21.2009 (S2)

Video Release (SE):
Japan 10.27.2009 – 02.23.2010
U.S. 09.04.2018


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