AMA-100 Z’od-iacok


Model number: AMA-100
Code name: 
Unit type: prototype mobile armor
Manufacturer: Axis Zeon
Operator(s): Axis Zeon; New Desides
First deployment: UC 0088
Accommodation: pilot and copilot, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in main body
Dimensions: overall height 44.20 meters; overall length 218.30 meters; overall width 41.65 meters
Weight: empty 9,640.0 metric tons; max gross 22,580.0 metric tons
Armor materials: Gundarium composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 197,400 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 49,600,000 kg total (8 x 6,200,000 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 84
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 28,000 meters; I-field generator; quasi-psycommu system
Fixed armaments: 2 x large mega particle gun, power rated at 520 MW; 12 x beam cannon, power rated at 12 MW; 4 x wired beam claw, power rated at 50 MW; 12 x beam saber, power rated at 0.9 MW; 8 x 60mm vulcan gun

The AMA-100 Z’od-iacok was a prototype mobile armor developed by the Zeon remnants based at the asteroid Axis. This enormous machine was intended to serve as a space supremacy weapon, seizing control of the orbital airspace during Earth landing operations. Its unusual shape enabled the AMA-100 Z’od-iacok to change its orbital vector and maneuver in the upper layers of the atmosphere using aerodynamic braking. The body of the Z’od-iacok split in half to reveal a pair of immensely powerful mega particle cannons, whose beams were focused and directed by I-field generators installed in the forward section of the mobile armor. However, sustained firing of these cannons could overload the machine’s energy CAP and cooling systems, a flaw that led the Axis forces to abandon the Z’od-iacok in its prototype stage. Although there were plans to install a psycommu system and an arsenal of remote bit weapons, the development project was halted before these features could be implemented. During the Pezun Rebellion, the Axis forces donated the prototype Z’od-iacok to the New Desides, who used this machine during their final battle against Taskforce Alpha on April 4, UC 0088. After shooting down Stole Mannings’ MSA-007T Nero Trainer Type and damaging the space cruiser Pegasus III, the New Desides pilots separated the Z’od-iacok into two Zoon units so that they could engage the enemy mobile suits in close combat.

Pilot(s): Tosh Cray, Fast Side
First appearance: Gundam Sentinel
Original mechanical designer: Hajime Katoki




Rear view


Underside view

Gundam Sentinel Info


Masaya Takahashi

Mechanical Designer(s):
Hajime Katoki
Mika Akitaka

1 volume

Novel Release:
Japan 09.xx.1987 – 08.xx.1988


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