WMS-GB5 G-Bouncer


Model number: WMS-GB5
Code name: G-Bouncer
Unit type: custom high performance mobile suit
Manufacturer: Madorna Workshop
Operator: Earth Federation Forces
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: overall height 18.6 meters
Weight: empty 33.9 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge rack in hip armor, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: DODS rifle; shield, mounted on left arm; Shiguru blade, stored inside shield, can be used in shield or hand-carried

The WMS-GB5 G-Bouncer was a custom high performance mobile suit used by ace pilot Woolf Enneacle. Although its name and aesthetics resembled Woolf’s earlier WMS-GEX1 G-Exes, the two suits had different development histories. The G-Bouncer was derived from the frame of the AGE-1 Gundam AGE-1 Normal, minus the ability to use wear parts. The thrusters in the G-Bouncer’s wing binders were based on the high speed configuration of the AGE-1S Gundam AGE-1 Spallow. The G-Bouncer was armed with a DODS rifle, a pair of beam sabers and a shield that housed a Shiguru blade. In AG 141, Woolf was once again assigned to the battleship Diva as the commander of its mobile suit team. Woolf’s G-Bouncer was destroyed in battle by Desil Galette’s xvm-dgc Khronos, but its design lived on in several variants. The Earth Federation Forces later created the experimental X-Rounder use G-Bouncer Deos and XMS-005 Thielva, while the Madorna Workshop manufactured the BMS-005 G-Xiphos for the Bisidian space pirates.

Pilot: Woolf Enneacle
First appearance:
 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
Original mechanical designer: Kanetake Ebikawa




Rear view



Gundam AGE Info

Susumu Yamaguchi
Shinya Watada (OVA)

Akihiro Hino
Kazuho Hyodo
Noboru Kimura
Rika Nakase
Yoichi Kato

Mechanical Designer(s):
Kanetake Ebikawa
Kenji Teraoka
Junya Ishigaki

Character Designer(s):
Takuzo Nagano
Michinori Chiba

Musical Composer:
Kei Yoshikawa

Japan 10.09.2011 – 09.23.2012

49 episodes; 1 compilation OVA

Video Release (OVA):
Japan 07.26.2013
U.S. 07.03.2018


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