YMF-X000A/H Dreadnought H


Model number: YMF-X000A/H
Code name: Dreadnought H
Unit type: custom attack use mobile suit
Manufacturer: Junk Guild (based on a design by ZAFT)
Operator(s): Junk Guild; civilians
First deployment: C.E. 71
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: ultracompact nuclear fission reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; PS (Phase Shift) armor; Neutron Jammer Canceler
Fixed armaments: 4 x MMI-GAU2 “Picus” 76mm CIWS, mounted in head; 2 x beam cannon/saber, mounted on backpack, mounted over shoulders in Buster mode, mounted under arms in Sword mode; 2 x “Igelstellung II” CIWS, mounted over shoulders in Sword mode; 2 x “Armure Lumiere” lightwave defensive barrier, stored on hip armor, mounts over forearms in use
Optional hand armaments: RFW-99 “Zastava Stigmate” beam submachine gun, features RBW Type 7001 “Romteknica” beam knife, powered by cable connected to mobile suit

In C.E. 71, ZAFT created the YMF-X000A Dreadnought Gundam to serve as a testbed for the Neutron Jammer Canceler and DRAGOON remote weapon system. After testing was completed, the suit fell into the hands of the Junk Guild and was piloted by Prayer Reverie, a representative of Reverend Malchio. During the Bloody Valentine War, Prayer had several battles with Canard Pars, a Eurasian Federation operative and pilot of the CAT1-X1/3 Hyperion Gundam Unit 1. In their final battle, the Hyperion Gundam was destroyed and Prayer seemingly died from flaws in the cloning process that created him. Afterward, Canard and Junk Guild pilot Lowe Guele remodeled the Dreadnought Gundam into the YMF-X000A/H Dreadnought H.

This modified unit removed some of the armaments of the Dreadnought Gundam and added features from the Hyperion Gundam. Gone was the DRAGOON pack, now replaced by a set of beam cannons/sabers. In Buster mode, the cannons were positioned over the shoulders, similar to the Hyperion Gundam’s “Forfanterie” beam cannon. In Sword mode, the cannons swung under the arms and functioned as beam sabers, with a pair of CIWS guns mounted on the shoulders. The remote-guided “Pristis” beam reamers on the hip armor were replaced with the Hyperion Gundam’s “Armure Lumiere” lightwave defensive barrier and mounted over the forearms when used as shields. Finally, the Hyperion Gundam’s “Zastava Stigmate” beam sub-machine gun was carried over to the Dreadnought H. Having defected from the Eurasian Federation, Canard worked as a pilot for the Junk Guild. Soon after the war’s end, Canard used the Dreadnought H to assist Lowe when ZAFT attempted to capture GENESIS Alpha. By C.E. 73, Canard and the crew members of the Ortygia had struck out on their own to form a mercenary group. When the Earth Alliance attacked GENESIS Alpha and attempted to implicate the Junk Guild in the Break the World incident, Canard again came to the Junk Guild’s aid.

Pilot: Canard Pars
First appearance:
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


“Armure Lumiere” lightwave defense barrier generator


Beam cannon/saber


“Igelstellung II” CIWS


Rear view (Normal mode)


Writer (Manga/Novel):

Tomohiro Chiba

Artist (Manga):
Koichi Tokita

Mechanical Designer(s):
Junichi Akutsu
Yoshihiko Machida

4 volumes (manga); 2 volumes (novel)

Manga Release:
Japan 09.25.2004 – 04.26.2006

Novel Release:
Japan 10.01.2004 – 06.01.2006


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