GF13-039NP Jester Gundam


Model number: GF13-039NP
Code name: Jester Gundam
Unit type:
 transformable mobile fighter
Nationality: Neo Portugal
First deployment: FC 60
Accommodation: pilot only, in 360 degree cockpit using Mobile Trace System
Dimensions: head height 16.2 meters
Weight: empty 7.0 metric tons; max gross 13.0 metric tons
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy super ceramic composite; rare metal hybrid multilayered materials
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Ability points: unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x machine cannon, mounted on torso; 2 x vulcan gun, mounted on head; balloon bits; 2 x jester edge; beam strings
Optional hand armaments: none
Special attacks: Top Attack

Neo Portugal’s GF13-039NP Jester Gundam was literally piloted by a clown, but fighter Romario Monini was no average clown. He possessed the ability to perfectly copy the moves made by any opponent, no matter the complexity. The Jester Gundam itself was lightly built to be extremely agile. It was armed with two machine cannons in the chest, as well as standard head vulcans. Other armaments included beam strings and balloon bits. The four hoops around the Jester Gundam’s waist could be used to capture an opponent, and the Jester Gundam itself could also transform into a spinning top for its ultimate attack. Romario used his copying ability to take down George de Sand’s GF13-009NF Gundam Rose in the Finals, but he was ultimately defeated by Chibodee Crocket’s GF13-006NA Gundam Maxter. Romario later returned to cause trouble for Domon Kasshu, and he was eventually killed in the Battle Royal by DG cell-infected Marcelot Cronos’ GF13-002NGR Zeus Gundam.

Pilot: Romario Monini
First appearance: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Rear view (Top mode)

G Gundam Info

Yasuhiro Imagawa

Fuyunori Gobu
Ken Oketani
Hiroaki Kitajima
Ryota Yamaguchi
Fumihiko Shimo

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Hajime Katoki
Kimitoshi Yamane

Character Designer:
Hiroshi Osaka

Musical Composer:
Kouhei Tanaka

49 episodes

Japan 04.22.1994 – 03.31.1995
U.S. 08.05.2002 – 10.16.2002


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