AMX-103G Hamma-Hamma Mass Production Type


Model number: AMX-103G
Code name: Hamma-Hamma Mass Production Type
Unit type: mass production general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer: Neo Zeon
Operator: Neo Zeon
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; quasi-psycommu system
Fixed armaments: beam saber, storage/recharge rack location unknown, hand-carried in use
Remote weapons: wire-guided 2-barrel beam gun, mounted in left arm

During the First Neo Zeon War, Neo Zeon intended to develop a mass production mobile suit that used the quasi-psycommu system, which allowed non-Newtype pilots to perform all-range attacks. One proposed design for this purpose was the AMX-103G Hamma-Hamma Mass Production, a streamlined version of the AMX-103 Hamma-Hamma piloted by Mashymre Cello. Taking the Hamma-Hamma’s concepts into account, the mass production version featured a large, claw-like left arm that mounts a wire-guided beam gun. In addition to operating as a regular ranged weapon, the arm could detach and be used in the same fashion as an incom. For close combat, the MP Type carried a standard beam saber, which was held in its more orthodox right hand. However, many flaws in the original Hamma-Hamma’s design were not addressed in the mass production model. Subsequently, development was scrapped, but Neo Zeon eventually ended up with a mass production quasi-psycommu mobile suit: the AMX-014 Doven Wolf.

First appearance: SD Gundam G Generation
Original mechanical designer: Kimitoshi Yamane



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