MS-09H Dwadge Custom


Model number: MS-09H
Code name: Dwadge Custom
Unit type: prototype ground combat mobile suit
Manufacturer: Principality of Zeon
Operator: Principality of Zeon
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: overall height 19.3 meters; head height 18.2 meters
Weight: empty 44.2 metric tons; max gross 87.4 metric tons; mass ratio 1.65
Armor materials: titanium alloy; Gundarium alloy
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 1,440 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 128,500 kg total (5 x 9,300 kg, 6 x 8,200 kg, 2 x 4,300 kg, 4 x 8,200 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 6
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 8,800 meters; external propellant tank, ejectable, mounted on backpack
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; heat heat saber, power rated at 0.52 MW, battery powered, stored in recharge rack in backpack, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: beam cannon, power rated at 4.7 MW, powered by rechargeable energy cap; heat tomahawk, battery powered

One of the MS-09G Dwadge ground combat mobile suits still in use following the One Year War belonged to Desert Rommel, leader of a band of Zeon remnants still operating in Africa. Rommel’s Dwadge was modified and upgraded over the years, and by the time of the First Neo Zeon War in UC 0088, his mobile suit – now designated the MS-09H Dwadge Custom – was a step above the standard model. It featured extra thrusters mounted on its shoulders, and could use a large, hand-operated beam cannon for greater firepower.

Pilot: Desert Rommel
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ


Backpack (Version 1)


Beam cannon (Version 1)


Head (Version 1)


Rear view (Version 1)

Gundam ZZ Info

Yoshiyuki Tomino

Yumiko Suzuki
Minoru Onoya
Hidemi Kamata
Meigo Endo
Ken Terasawa

Mechanical Designer(s):
Mika Akitaka
Makoto Kobayashi
Hideo Okamoto
Yutaka Izubuchi
Hajime Katoki
Yoshinori Sayama
Masahiko Asano
Mamoru Nagano

Character Designer:
Hiroyuki Kitazume

Musical Composer:
Shigeaki Saegusa

47 episodes

Japan 03.01.1986 – 01.31.1987


Comments are closed.