NRS-P701 Gozzo


Model number: NRS-P701
Code name: 
Unit type:
 close combat mobile suit
Manufacturer: unknown
Operator: Moonrace
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: overall height 16 meters
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Fixed armaments: railgun, mounted on backpack over right shoulder; 2 x 14-tube micro-missile launcher, mounted inside forearms; 3-spike shield, mounted on left shoulder
Optional hand armaments: none

The NRS-P701 Gozzo was one of the oldest mobile suits used by the Moonrace. Since the Gozzo was originally designed to be used in space, the upper body was gorilla-like, making it somewhat top heavy in the Earth’s atmosphere. The Gozzo was a small mobile suit, but bigger than the MRC-U11D Wad. The Gozzo’s armament consisted of a railgun mounted on the right shoulder, along with two 14-tube missile launchers on both forearms and 3-spike shield mounted on the left shoulder. As the war on Earth in CC 2345 continued, several factions of the Moonrace on the Moon were displeased by Queen Dianna Soriel’s actions. To stir up discord among her soldiers, cryogenically-frozen criminal Corin Nander was released and sent to Earth in the TAF-M9 Eagail along with his wingmen Bruno and Jacop in Gozzos. Both Gozzos were damaged during a mountainside battle with Loran Cehack’s System-∀99 ∀ Gundam; however, they were later repaired by the Earth Militia into the NRS-P701R Godwin.

Pilot(s): Bruno, Jacop
First appearance: ∀ Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


∀ Gundam Info

Yoshiyuki Tomino

Ichiro Okouchi
Ai Ota
Miya Asakawa
Katsuhiko Chiba
Tetsuko Takahashi
Hiroyuki Hoshiyama
Jiro Takayama
Minoru Onoya

Mechanical Designer(s):
Syd Mead
Mahiro Maeda
Kunio Okawara
Takumi Sakura
Atsushi Shigeta

Character Designer:
Akira Yasuda

Musical Composer:
Yoko Kanno

50 episodes; 2 compilation movies

Japan 04.02.1999 – 04.14.2000

Theatrical Release:
Japan 02.09.2002 – 02.10.2002


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