YRMS-106 Hi-Zack Early Type


Model number: YRMS-106
Code name: Hi-Zack Early Type
Unit type: pre-production general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer: Anaheim Electronics/Earth Federation Forces
Operator: Titans
First deployment: July UC 0085
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: Luna Titanium alloy
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: total output unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: shield, mounted on right shoulder
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle, power rating unknown

The RMS-106 Hi-Zack was the first mass production mobile suit created by Anaheim Electronics. Its external appearance resembled that of the famous Zaku II series used by the old Principality of Zeon, and this design could only have been created by Anaheim, which absorbed the Zeonic Company that was once Zeon’s major mobile suit maker. Zeonic’s development know how was incorporated in the machine’s inner construction as well as its outward appearance, giving it the same high operating reliability and ease of production as the Zaku II. Naturally, it could use beam weapons, and it was the first mass production machine to include a linear seat and panoramic monitor as standard equipment. The Earth Federation Forces made a tentative decision to formally adopt this machine, and a test evaluation unit was assigned to the Titans Test Team to investigate whether it should be adopted by the Titans as well. Its resemblance to the Zaku II made the Hi-Zack unpopular with the Titans, but their need to ensure a sufficient number of mobile suits for their growing organization ultimately left them with no alternative. The YRMS-106 Hi-Zack Early Type typically carried an energy pack holder on its left arm. Its backpack and leg thruster units lacked the deflecting plates seen in the final production version, and this early version of the Hi-Zack was armored with Luna Titanium alloy.

Pilot(s): Carl Matsubara, Wes Murphy
First appearance: Advance of Zeta: The Flag of Titans
Original mechanical designer: Kenki Fujioka


Rear view

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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