GF13-041NSI Asura Gundam


Model number: GF13-041NSI
Code name: Asura Gundam
Unit type:
 mobile fighter
Nationality: Neo Singapore
First deployment: FC 60
Accommodation: pilot only, in 360 degree cockpit using Mobile Trace System
Dimensions: head height 16.4 meters
Weight: empty 7.3 metric tons; max gross 16.2 metric tons
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy super ceramic composite; rare metal hybrid multilayered materials
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Ability points: unknown
Equipment and design features: 6 x arms
Fixed armaments: 4 x eye launcher, mounted in torso
Optional hand armaments: none
Special attacks: Chouzetsuguren (Transcendent Lotus)

Neo Singapore’s entry in the 13th Gundam Fight was unique in its ability to separate and recombine into various forms. The GF13-041NSI Asura Gundam’s six arms could detach and form separate units, while the main body could recombine with the legs to form a spinning top. The Asura Gundam’s only armament consisted of four eye missile launchers mounted in the torso. Pilot Russets Daggats could use the arms to capture an opponent and at the same time launch his ultimate attack in spinning top mode. The Chouzetsuguren (Transcendent Lotus) could strike an opponent with powerful lightning and render them disabled. In the Finals, Russets was joined by Neo Malaysia’s Gala Garla in a tag team match against Neo Sweden’s Alenbie Beardsley and Neo Japan’s Domon Kasshu. While Russets and Gala had the upper hand at first, they both eventually lost the match to Domon and Alenbie. After the 13th Gundam Fight ended, Russets returned as part of the World Gundam Federation to defend Earth from the JDG-00X Devil Gundam.

Pilot: Russets Daggats
First appearance: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Rear view

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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