GF4-005NC Feilong Gundam

General and Technical Data

Model number: GF4-005NC
Code name: Feilong Gundam
Unit type:
 mobile fighter
Nationality: Neo China
First deployment: FC 20
Accommodation: pilot only, in 360 degree cockpit using Mobile Trace System and Core Lander
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy super ceramic composite; rare metal hybrid multilayered materials
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, power rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Ability points: unknown
Fixed armaments: benpatto, connected to head; staff, stored on back, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: none

Technical and Historical Notes

Neo China’s entry in the 4th Gundam Fight was based on thousands of years of martial arts traditions. The GF4-005NC Feilong Gundam was similar in some respects to the mobile fighter Neo China used 40 years later in the 13th Gundam Fight, the GF13-011NC Dragon Gundam. Both mobile fighters were armed with a head-mounted benpatto, which could wrap around an opponent and be used as a stinging weapon. In fact, the two Gundams shared a deeper connection across time. Shaolin master Sai Feilong qualified for the Finals in FC 20, where he faced Dahal Muhammad, the winner of the 3rd Gundam Fight. Though he defeated Dahal’s GF4-001NE Pharaoh Gundam IV by beheading, an accidental explosion in the Pharaoh Gundam IV’s cockpit killed Dahal. Forty years later, a resurrected Dahal returned to seek vengeance on Sai Feilong’s grandson, Dragon Gundam pilot Sai Saici, during the 13th Gundam Fight.

Miscellaneous Information

Pilot: Sai Feilong
First appearance: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara



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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