|Died||December 24, 195 A.C.|
The engineer and creator of Sandrock and Quatre's mentor. He is rather fat, with a receding hairline and a thin, dark mustache that stands straight out at each end.
Instructor H was one of the five OZ scientists working on the prototype Tallgeese. All became disillusioned when the Alliance began tightening its hold over the colonies. They left OZ and separately went to their own colony, to construct their own personal Gundam to retaliate against OZ, who were the controlling power behind the Alliance. The plan was called Operation Meteor, a plan created by Dekim Barton to launch a colony onto the Earth, causing mass murder on a global scale. However, all the scientists rejected the plan and told their respective pilots to ignore the plan and instead attack OZ bases.
A worker at MO-III, he originally met Quatre, whose father provided him refuge in his colony and didn't support construction of Sandrock, when the young heir's shuttle was hijacked by the Maganac Corps. After learning of the youth's strength and resolve, he ended up taking a job as Quatre's tutor while borrowing Winner family resources to build Sandrock. Realizing that he couldn't undo Quatre's kind nature, he rejected Operation Meteor and sent the boy to Earth to join the Maganacs. He appears to be the most reluctant of the engineers to reveal information on the Gundams. Instructor H is responsible for leaving the blueprints of Wing Zero behind in the facility where he developed the Sandrock.
H was reunited with his fellow scientists after OZ tracked them down. Lady Une forced them to construct mobile suits more powerful than the Gundams and the Tallgeese combined.
Instructor H was killed with the other engineers on Peacemillion in their attempt to stop it from crashing onto Earth.
Notes and Trivia
- Along with the other Gundam Scientists, in both Super Robot Wars Z2 games Instructor H is a former member of the Celestial Being who work together with the other scientists to build the zero system before they leave the faction.