ZM-S24G Gedlav


Model number: ZM-S24G
Code name: Gedlav
Unit type: ground combat mobile suit
Manufacturer: BESPA (Zanscare Empire)
Operator: BESPA (Zanscare Empire)
First deployment: UC 0153
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 13.8 meters
Weight: empty 6.9 metric tons; max gross 17.4 metric tons
Armor materials: titanium alloy neo ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 5,440 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 60,910 kg total (3 x 12,250 kg, 2 x 12,080 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 31
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown
Fixed armaments: 2 x beam shield, mounted on forearms; 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge rack mounted on hips, hand-carried in use
Optional fixed armaments (riding Einerad): 2 x beam cannon, mounted on side of tire; 9-tube missile pod, mounted on top of tire
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle, powered by rechargeable energy cap

BESPA’s ZM-S24G Gedlav mobile suit was designed as a ground combat unit, specifically to be used with the unusual new Einerad weapon. Because of this requirement, the Gedlav was built extremely compact – a mere 13.8 meters tall. Both arms were equipped with a beam shield, thus closing up the defensive blind spots in the sides of the Einerad. When mounted on the Einerad, the Gedlav proved to be a highly mobile and well-protected combat unit. However, when its Einerad was destroyed, a Gedlav found itself severely lacking in these mobility and defense departments.

Pilot(s): Katejina Loos, Lupe Cineau, Goz Barl
First appearance: Mobile Suit Victory Gundam
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara


Beam rifle


Beam saber


Cockpit hatch


Rear view

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Yoshiyuki Tomino

Sukehiro Tomita
Ken Oketani
Kazuhiro Kanbe
Hideki Sonoda
Minoru Onoya

Mechanical Designer(s):
Hajime Katoki
Kunio Okawara
Junya Ishigaki

Character Designer:
Hiroshi Osaka

Musical Composer:
Akira Senju

51 episodes

Japan 04.02.1993 – 03.25.1994


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