MS-14D Desert Gelgoog


Model number: MS-14D
Code name: Desert Gelgoog
Unit type: general purpose desert combat mobile suit
Manufacturer: Zeonic Company
Operator: Principality of Zeon
First deployment: UC 0079
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 19.8 meters
Weight: empty 43.7 metric tons; max gross weight unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; scope, mounted on backpack over left shoulder
Fixed armaments: armed buster, mounted on left forearm
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle, powered by rechargeable energy cap

Late in the One Year War, the Principality of Zeon rolled out its final mass production mobile suit, the MS-14A Gelgoog. In order to combat the varied and harsh environments on the Earth, the MS-14D Desert Gelgoog was created for use in desert and tropical locations. The cooling systems were upgraded to deal with the extreme heat and dust sealing was performed on the body. The Desert Gelgoog was equipped with a scope for use during travel or for hiding in the sand to prepare an ambush. The Desert Gelgoog was armed with a beam rifle and armed buster, but it lacked the twin beam sword used by the standard Gelgoog. The Desert Gelgoog entered the war too late to be mass produced, but remnants of the Zeon military continued to operate in Africa after the war’s end. Those remnants used the Desert Gelgoog as late as UC 0096 during an attack on Australia’s Torrington Base.

First appearance: ZZ-MSV
Original mechanical designer:
Kunio Okawara (ZZ-MSV version)


Rear view (Version 2)


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