RX-124HS Gundam TR-6 [Advanced Wondwart] Haze’n-thley II Form


Model number: RX-124HS
Code name: Gundam TR-6 [Advanced Wondwart] Haze’n-thley II Form
Unit type:
 experimental space use transformable mobile suit
Manufacturer: Earth Federation Forces
Operator: Titans
First deployment: unknown
 pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in head
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: total output unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; booster pod
Fixed armaments: long beam rifle, mounted underneath main body in mobile armor mode, hand-carried in use in mobile suit mode
Optional hand armaments: none

The Gundam TR-6 could be converted to various forms by attaching option parts to the basic RX-124 Gundam TR-6 [Wondwart]. One example was the high-speed RX-124HS Gundam TR-6 [Advanced Wondwart] Haze’n-thley II Form that duplicated the mechanical characteristics of the RX-110 Gabthley, which had the best overall balance of all the transformable mobile suits created by the Titans. This high-speed fighter form was well balanced in both mobile suit and mobile armor forms, while maintaining a high level of fighting strength. It was intended specifically for space combat, and its flexible capabilities allowed it to be adapted to various missions. The high-speed fighter form of the TR-6 incorporated two drum frames, one in its upper body and one in its lower. Each half of the body had its own booster pod, with the lower body using the standard version and the upper body using the double shield type. The upgraded form also included an additional booster pod, a double shield type which was installed on its waist on top of the sub arm unit. Because the mobile armor form was not intended to operate in atmosphere, it resembled a traditional mobile armor. This form was the result of striving for a mobile armor best suited to high-speed combat in space. The upper and lower body of this mobile armor form could separate into the Top Fighter [Strawberry] and Bottom Fighter [Nildo-Hain], giving it the flexible functionality to match any combat situation.

First appearance: Advance of Zeta: The Flag of Titans
Original mechanical designer:
 Kenki Fujioka


Rear view (Mobile suit mode)


Rear view (Mobile armor mode)

Advance of Zeta Info

Bin Konno

Tatsu Mizuki (manga)

Mechanical Designer:
Kenki Fujioka

Character Designer:
Takuya Saito

6 volumes (novel); 4 volumes (manga)

Novel Release:
Japan 06.10.2003 – 02.15.2008

Manga Release:
Japan 12.15.2003 – 04.26.2007


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