MMS-DS209 Guppy


Model number: MMS-DS209
Code name: 
Unit type:
 underwater worker mobile suit
Manufacturer: civilians
Operator: Hydro-Gen
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in feeling sense-equipped block box cockpit in torso
Dimensions: mobile suit mode: head height 18.29 meters; basic width 7.32 meters (excluding arms); arm rotation: 540-degrees; cruise mode: overall height 8.26 meters; overall length 18.02 meters
Weight: 23.0 metric tons; basic 150.0 metric tons (surface); basic 240.0 metric tons (underwater); max gross 100.0 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 3,000 kW
Propulsion: hydrojet thrusters: 7,300 kg total
Performance: maximum output time: 68 minutes; surface speed: 21 knots (mobile suit mode); 45 knots (cruise mode); underwater speed: 32 knots (mobile suit mode); 60 knots (cruise mode); maximum ground running speed 60 km/h; pressure resistance 9,999 meters; operating temperature -85 to 600 degrees Celsius; minimum turning radius 10.98 meters
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; 72.5-hour life support system; SHP-21 equipment connector system
Fixed armaments: none

The MMS-DS209 Guppy was a transformable underwater worker mobile suit. The Guppy was designed to transform into an alternate cruising mode for faster movement. In UC 0223, a Guppy was used by Mark Curran, a former CONSENT pilot working at the civilian Hydro-Gen underwater rig. Mark came into contact with CONSENT again when a CCMS-03 Bugu fell out of orbit and crashed into the Pacific Ocean. Mark used his Guppy to come to the pilot’s rescue and brought him to Hydro-Gen’s rig.

Pilot: Mark Curran
First appearance: G-Saviour (movie)
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Rear view (Mobile suit mode, lineart version)

G-Saviour Info

Graeme Campbell

Stephanie Pena-Sy
Mark Amato

Mechanical Designer:
Kunio Okawara

Musical Composer(s):
John Debney
Louis Febre

1 movie

Japan 12.29.2000


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