Version 1, standard colors
Version 1, Rezin Schnyder colors
Version 2, Sleeves colors
Version 3, Sleeves colors
Version 4, Vincent Gleissner colors
Model number: AMS-119
Code name: Geara Doga
Unit type: mass production general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer: Anaheim Electronics
Operator: Neo Zeon
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 20.0 meters
Weight: empty 23.0 metric tons; max gross 50.8 metric tons
Armor materials: titanium alloy ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 2,160 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 54,000 kg total (2 x 14,000 kg, 2 x 13,000 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 15
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 16,400 meters
Fixed armaments: beam sword-axe, recharge rack storage location unknown, hand-carried in use; electric wire
Optional fixed armaments: shield, mounted on left forearm, mounts 4 x grenade launcher
Optional hand armaments: beam machine gun, powered by replaceable e-pac, with attached heat bayonet, 2 spare e-pacs stored on hip armor; beam machine gun, powered by replaceable e-pac, 2 spare e-pacs stored on hip armor, with optional attached grenade launcher, 1 round; 4 x sturm faust, rocket-propelled warhead, stored in shield, hand-operated or can be launched from shield
A mass produced frontline mobile suit used by Neo Zeon during the Second Neo Zeon War (aka Char’s Rebellion), the AMS-119 Geara Doga could be considered a distant descendant of the old Principality of Zeon’s original mainstay unit, the MS-06F Zaku II. Although not exactly a high performance model, the Geara Doga was sturdy, dependable, and inexpensive to mass-produce. Typically armed with one of two different beam machine guns – a larger type mounting an optional grenade launcher, and a slightly smaller type equipped with a removable heat bayonet – a shield carrying four rocket-propelled grenades and four sturm faust weapons, and a beam sword-axe, the Geara Doga was well enough equipped for a typical grunt soldier. Though typically painted in olive drab-on-dark green colors, a handful of squad leaders and ace pilots were allowed to paint their units in custom colors and attach a squad leader’s antenna to the head, such as the blue-on-dark blue Geara Doga operated by ace pilot Rezin Schnyder. Multiple variants saw use both during Char’s Rebellion and afterward. By UC 0096, Full Frontal’s “Sleeves” faction of Neo Zeon used the AMS-129 Geara Zulu as their frontline mobile suit, but they continued to field Geara Dogas that had survived Char’s Rebellion. These units bore the distinctive sleeve decorations that gave the faction its nickname.
Pilot(s): Rezin Schnyder, Layla Lagiorr, Vincent Gleissner, Cuaron Masuka, Sergi Helfer, Tokumin
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack
Original mechanical designer(s): Yutaka Izubuchi (Char’s Counterattack version), Hajime Katoki (Gundam Unicorn anime version)
Char’s Counterattack Info
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