RMS-019R Lancerow Dawell’s Crouda


Model number: RMS-019R
Code name: Lancerow Dawell’s Crouda
Unit type:
 commander type mobile suit
Manufacturer: Space Revolutionary Army
Operator: Space Revolutionary Army
First deployment: A.W. 0015
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 18.0 meters
Weight: empty 8.4 metric tons; max gross weight unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x beam cutter, mounted on back
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle

Following the apocalyptic end of the 7th Space War, the Space Revolutionary Army found itself lacking in military strength. It took several years before they returned to their previous fighting levels. The RMS-019 Crouda was the first mobile suit the S.R.A. mass produced after the war. This next generation mobile suit replaced aging models like the RMS-006 Jenice. Aside from being highly maneuverable, the Crouda’s armor was powerful enough to withstand a direct shot from a beam weapon. The Crouda carried fairly standard armament consisting of vulcan guns and beam rifles, but its main innovation was its beam cutter. Mounted on the back, this knife-like cutting weapon could cut mobile suits in half or slice into the hull of a battleship. The Crouda did however have one fatal design flaw: it could be destroyed by a direct shot to its front exhaust port. Former Newtype ace pilot Lancerow Dawell piloted a custom commander’s version that was identical to the standard Crouda, with the exception of the commander’s antennas mounted on the head.

Pilot: Lancerow Dawell
First appearance: After War Gundam X
Original mechanical designer: Junya Ishigaki


Beam rifle


Rear view

Gundam X Info

Shinji Takamatsu

Hiroyuki Kawasaki

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kunio Okawara
Junya Ishigaki

Character Designer:
Nobuyoshi Nishimura

Musical Composer:
Yasuo Higuchi

39 episodes

Japan 04.05.1996 – 12.28.1996


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