RX-81FC G-Line Full Custom


Model number: RX-81FC
Code name: G-Line Full Custom
Unit type: custom mobile suit
Manufacturer: Earth Federation Forces
Operator: Earth Federation Forces
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 19.2 meters
Weight: empty 37.0 metric tons; max gross 72.0 metric tons
Armor materials: Luna Titanium alloy
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 1,580 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 73,800 kg total
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; thruster unit, mounted on backpack
Fixed armaments: 2 x 60mm vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x cannon, mounted on backpack; 2 x twin beam spear, stored in knees, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle; shotgun; assault shield, mounted on left forearm

During the One Year War, the Earth Federation Forces created the experimental RX-81 G-Line with the goal of truly mass producing the RX-78-2 Gundam and matching its performance, compared to the pared down RGM-79 GM. The G-Line never entered mass production, but development continued after the war. The RX-81FC G-Line Full Custom was a heavily armored variant of the base G-Line frame. Its body was covered with armor panels on its legs, torso and shoulders. The RX-81FC also used an additional thruster unit first seen on the RX-81AS G-Line Assault Armor. The RX-81FC featured multiple armaments, including vulcan guns, a pair of cannons, twin beam spears and the handheld option of a beam rifle or shotgun. In UC 0083, six RX-81FC units were assigned to the assault carrier Albion, ostensibly to aid in the search for the Delaz Fleet. However, pilot Claude Kurtz was actually the former Zeon marine Geil Hunt, who was participating in a secret plan for Cima Garahau to sell out Delaz.

Pilot: Claude Kurtz (aka Geil Hunt)
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam 0083 Rebellion


Gundam 0083 Rebellion Info

Takashi Imanishi

Masato Natsumoto

18 volumes

Manga Release:
Japan 06.26.2013 – 03.25.2023


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