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YG-III Gundam G-Else

 

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YG-III Gundam G-Else

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: YG-III
Code name: Gundam G-Else
Unit type: custom mobile suit model kit

Inspiration: YG-111 Gundam G-Self (Gundam Reconguista)

Force: ZA-∀Z
Builder: Zen
Dimensions: overall height 18.5 meters
Weight: max gross 37.7 metric tons
Armor materials: plastic
Equipment and design features: Grow Up system
Fixed armaments: 2 x Grow Up Arms, mount beam saber/rifle and can function as shields, can also operate remotely; 2 x Grow Up Legs, can function remotely as claws
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

The YG-III Gundam G-Else was a custom Gunpla created by the Diver Zen from Force ZA-∀Z. It was based on the YG-111 Gundam G-Self from the 2014-15 anime TV series Gundam Reconguista in G. Zen customized the Gunpla to expand the use of the limbs through designs called the Grow Up Arms and Grow Up Legs, which could all house weapons. The G-Else’s armaments included a beam rifle, built-in beam sabers/rifles and shield in the Grow Up Arms (which could also function as remote weapons), and claws in the Grow Up Legs (which could also function remotely). The Grow Up Arms also utilized parts from the G-Self’s Atmospheric Backpack, which gave them sharp cutting edges. Zen became a Mass Diver and started playing on EGBN (Emulated GBN), a separate version of GBN that automatically applied Break Decals and allowed for dangerous settings like full feedback to Divers. During this time, the G-Else’s color scheme shifted from its original light design to darker colors. A confrontation with his former teammate Ark led Zen to renounce being a Mass Diver and return to normal GBN. The reunited Ark and Zen participated in the combined effort to save GBN from glitched raid bosses following the second Coalition of Volunteers battle.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Pilot: Zen
Appearances: Gundam Build Divers Break; Gundam Build Divers
Original mechanical designer: Kanetake Ebikawa

 

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