PPGN-001 Gundam Amazing Exia


Model number: PPGN-001
Code name: Gundam Amazing Exia
Unit type: custom mobile suit model kit
Inspiration: GN-001 Gundam Exia (Gundam 00)
Builder: PPSE (Plavsky Particle System Engineering)
Dimensions: overall height 18.3 meters
Weight: max gross 81.0 metric tons
Armor materials: plastic
Equipment and design features: Trans-Am System; Trans-Am Booster
Fixed armaments: 2 x GN Vulcan Gun, mounted in forearms
Optional hand armaments: Amazing GN Sword, can convert to rifle mode, mounted on right forearm; Amazing GN Shield, mounted on left forearm; Amazing GN Blade, mounted on left hip; 2 x Trans-Am GN Blade, stored on Trans-Am Booster

The PPGN-001 Gundam Amazing Exia was a custom Gunpla built by PPSE for the exclusive use of Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd. It was based on the GN-001 Gundam Exia from the 2007-09 anime TV series Mobile Suit Gundam 00. The Amazing Exia retained the original’s basic armaments and features like the Trans-Am System, which allowed the suit to deploy highly concentrated GN particles for a short time period. The Amazing Exia featured a new Trans-Am Booster that increased the suit’s mobility and stores two GN Blades. When PPSE Chairman Mashita feared that Arian prince Reiji would discover his true identity, he set up multiple obstacles to eliminate Reiji and Sei Iori from the 7th Gunpla Battle World Championship. As his final gambit, he had the Meijin brainwashed and the Amazing Exia modified into the Gundam Exia Dark Matter to serve as Sei and Reiji’s final opponent.

Pilot: Meijin Kawaguchi the 3rd (aka Tatsuya Yuuki)
First appearance: Gundam Build Fighters
Original mechanical designer: Kanetake Ebikawa


Amazing GN Blade


Amazing GN Shield


Amazing GN Sword




Rear view

Build Fighters Info

Kenji Nagasaki

Yousuke Kuroda

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Kanetake Ebikawa
Junya Ishigaki
Junichi Akutsu
Kenji Teraoka

Character Designer(s):
Kenichi Ohnuki
Suzuhito Yasuda

Musical Composer:
Yuuki Hayashi

Japan 10.07.2013 – 03.31.2014
Streaming 10.07.2013 – 03.31.2014


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