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The CCMS-03 Bugu is a mass-produced mobile suit from the live-action television movie G-Saviour, set in the Universal Century timeline.

Technology & Combat Characteristics

Bugu is the mainstay mobile suit of CONSENT's space force. It was designed to be a general-purpose unit, and was used in colonies as a defensive unit. Basic weapons of the Bugu include a giant hatchet and beam saber. It can use a beam rifle, though it's more common to use a machine gun in order to extend its operation time. Bugu is also able to increase its mobility with an additional skirt armor booster pack. As the Bugu was meant for space and terrain combat, it is rendered almost completely immobile whilst underwater.

The Bugu also features a cockpit that can be jettisoned from the mobile suit by shedding its outer armor and booster pack.

While CONSENT continued to use the Bugu after the events of G-Saviour, they were aware of its inferiority to Illuminati's Saviour series. The design of Bugu was further developed into the more powerful Bugu II, which features more armor and a fixed backpack booster pack.

Armaments

  • Giant Hatchet
  • Shield
The Bugu carries a round, solid shield for defense.
  • Beam Saber
  • MPC-1- thru MPC-4-compatible Hand Weapons
  • Beam Rifle
  • Machine Gun
The Bugu can carry a shell firing gun that does not require energy to be used. Its effectiveness against heavy armor is very limited, as shown when it barely damaged the G-Saviour.

Special Equipment & Features

  • S-skirt Short-range Booster Pack
A short-range jet propulsion booster pack.
  • L-skirt Long-range Booster Pack
A larger, long-range jet propulsion skirt armor booster pack.

History

A Bugu was stationed at a CONSENT space station when it fell into orbit, crashing into the ocean. The pilot was later rescued by Mark Curran and brought into Hydro-Gen.

Several Bugus were later deployed during the battle at Gaea, and two Bugus were sent inside Gaea to prevent any further resistance. These two units were destroyed by Mark Curran and his G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Terrain Mode.

Variants

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Notes & Trivia

  • The Bugu can be considered the successor to the Principality of Zeon's mobile suits.
    • The Bugu shares the same name with the MS-04 Bugu, the first mobile suit capable of handling genuine combat.

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G-Saviour Mechanics
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Illuminati/Side Gaia
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Origin | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Space Mode | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Terrain Hover Mode | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Terrain Mode | I-SAVIOUR Illusion | RGM-196 Freedom

Transporter / Supply Ship
Nimbus
Congress of Settlement Nations
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
CAMS-13 MS-Rai | CCMS-03 Bugu
Mobile Weapon
CAMW-13 MW-Rai

Transporter / Supply Ship
Shuttle | Space MS Carrier
Cruiser / Mother Ship
Ulysses
Civilian
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
MMS-DS209 Guppy


G-Saviour Video Game Mechanics
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Illuminati/Side Gaia
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Origin | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Space Mode | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Terrain Hover Mode | G-SAVIOUR G-Saviour Terrain Mode | G2-Saviour | G3-Saviour | G3-Saviour Ground Attack Mode | G3-Saviour Intensive Attack Mode | J-Saviour | J-Saviour High Mobility Mode

Cruiser / Mother Ship
Lightning
Congress of Settlement Nations
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
Bugu II | CCMS-03 Bugu | Raid | Raiven | Spearhead | Spearhead Type B | Spearhead Type C
Mobile Weapon
MW-Raid

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