BN-876 Scramble Gundam


Model number: BN-876
Code name: Scramble Gundam
Unit type: custom mobile suit model kit
Inspiration: MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam (Zeta Gundam)
Builder: Yajima Trading
Dimensions: overall height 19.9 meters
Weight: 66.2 metric tons
Armor materials: plastic
Equipment and design features: Plavsky particle Mk-II control parts; particle field
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge racks in waist armor, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle

The BN-876 Scramble Gundam was a prototype Gunpla developed by Yajima Trading to test a new Gunpla Battle system that used the Plavsky particle Mk-II. It was based on the MSZ-006 Zeta Gundam from the 1985-86 anime TV series Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. In utilizing the new Plavsky particle, the Scramble Gundam’s performance exceeded that of any Gunpla in the old battle system. Clear parts mounted throughout its body could control the new particles and generate a defensive field. The Scramble Gundam’s armaments included vulcan guns, beam sabers and beam rifles. A test at a Yajima Trading island facility caused a Plavsky crystal to go out of control, with the Scramble Gundam also going out of control and moving on its own outside the Gunpla Battle system. After several Gunpla fighters fought their way through the facility and faced the Scramble Gundam, they discovered that the disruptions were caused by a mysterious girl from the world of Arian. Later, Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd constructed a variant unit, the BN-876β Hot Scramble Gundam.

First appearance: Gundam Build Fighters Try: Island Wars
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Rear view (Mobile suit mode)


Rear view (Flight mode)

Island Wars Info

Shinya Watada

Yousuke Kuroda

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Kanetake Ebikawa
Junya Ishigaki
Junichi Akutsu
Kenji Teraoka
Shinya Terashima
Susumu Imaishi

Character Designer:
Kenichi Ohnuki

Musical Composer(s):
Yuuki Hayashi
Asami Tachibana

1 episode

Japan 10.08.2014 – 04.01.2015
Streaming 10.08.2014 – 04.01.2015


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