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GNMA-Y0002V Gadelaza

 

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Cruise mode

Combat mode

Cruise mode, assimilated
by ELS

Combat mode, assimilated
by ELS

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GNMA-Y0002V Gadelaza

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: GNMA-Y0002V

Code name: Gadelaza

Unit type: transformable Innovator use heavy assault mobile armor

Manufacturer: Earth Sphere Federation

Operator(s): Earth Sphere Federation; ELS (Extraterrestrial Living-metal Shapeshifter)

Rollout: AD 2314
First deployment: AD 2314

Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in main body
Dimensions: overall height 86.0 meters; overall length 302.0 meters

Weight: unknown
Armor materials:
E-Carbon

Powerplant: 7 x GN Drive Tau, power output rating unknown

Propulsion: GN verniers, total output unknown

Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; Trans-Am System

Fixed armaments: GN Blaster, mounted on nose; 4 x GN Beam Gun, mounted on arms, can emit beam sabers; 32 x GN Missile Containers, house 256 x GN Missile, mounted on containers on bottom of main body

Remote weapons: 14 x large GN Fang, can form GN Cutters, each fang mounts 10 x small GN Fang, small fangs can form GN Spear, stored in containers on bottom of main body

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

The GNMA-Y0002V Gadelaza was an Earth Sphere Federation mobile armor based on Innovade technology that inherited the Ga- series of mobile suit names. The Gadelaza was powered by seven GN Drive Taus, with one in the main body and three each in the two parts of the tail section. The Gadelaza had high mobility and output, with its combat capabilities equivalent to five mobile suit teams. The Gadelaza, a candidate for the next ESF main machine, was intended for true Innovator pilots and was equipped with quantum brainwave technology. The Gadelaza could transform from a cruise mode to a combat mode, which allows it to use all of its weapons. The head, which showed influence from the GNW-20000 Arche Gundam, was only visible during combat mode, and its head-mounted camera had three lines on each side of the head. In addition to Innovade technology, data from the now canceled GNX-704T Ahead was also used in the Gadelaza's development.

 

The Gadelaza was armed with 14 large GN Fangs that each stored 10 smaller fangs, for a total of 140 fangs. Each large fang had the combat capability of a mobile suit, and controlling that many units simultaneously could only be accomplished by an Innovator using quantum brainwaves. Thanks to each container having three GN Drive Taus, the large GN Fangs had a longer operating time and higher attack power. The fangs could also form GN Cutters and GN Spears. The Gadelaza was also armed with 256 GN missiles stored in 32 containers, with eight missiles per container. A GN Blaster mounted at the front of Gadelaza had the power to destroy a spaceship in one shot, but forced venting of heat was required after each shot. The Gadelaza's four arms were equipped with GN Beam Guns, which could also emit beam sabers. The Gadelaza's cockpit and pilot helmet were equipped with quantum brainwave blocking technology to prevent outside interference. It was believed that this technology contributed to pilot Descartes Shaman being unable to establish dialogue with the ELS in 2314, which resulted in the assimilation of the Gadelaza and his death. An ELS Gadelaza was spotted during the final battle, but it was unclear if this is the assimilated original or a copy. After the ELS conflict, the anti-Innovator Old Human Faction triggered a war and put the Gadelaza into production. These units were piloted by enslaved Innovators or pseudo-Innovators created with super soldier enhancement techniques. Their helmets were lined with quantum brainwave shielding to prevent them from being affected by enemy Innovators, but the helmets could not totally block the brainwaves.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Pilot: Descartes Shaman

Appearances: Mobile Suit Gundam 00 the Movie -A wakening of the Trailblazer-; Mobile Suit Gundam 00I 2314; Mobile Suit Gundam 00N

Original mechanical designer: Naohiro Washio

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