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MS-14G Gelgoog Ground Type

Ms-14gstandard

Gelgoog-visch

Unit Type

Mass Production General-Purpose Ground Mobile Suit

Appearances

Game

Profile

Model Number
  • MS-14G
Developed from
Variants
First Seen
  • November, 0079 U.C.
Manufacturer
Operator
Known Pilots

General Characteristics

Head Height
  • 19.2 meters62.992 ft
    755.906 in
Standard Weight
  • 42.12 metric tons
Power-plant
Power Output
  • 1440 kW1,931.072 hp
Sensor Range
  • 6300 meters20,669.291 ft
Pilot Accommodations
  • Pilot only (in standard cockpit in torso)

Movement

Rocket Thrusters
  • 61500 kg135,584.253 lb
    67.792 tons
    (Total)
Armaments
  • Twin Beam Sword
  • Arm Gatling Gun
  • Grenade Launcher
Optional Equipment
  • Trial Product Beam Rifle
  • Small Shield
  • Shield

The MS-14G Gelgoog Ground Type is a ground combat variant of the original MS-14A Gelgoog from the Universal Century timeline.

Technology & Combat Characteristics

A Gelgoog modified for combat on Earth. Unlike the original prototype it is equipped with a backpack for use under Earth's gravity. It has also undergone modifications such as dustproofing on its joints, the removal of the spare generators on its arms, and the installation of a grenade launcher and gatling as internal weapons. It is also referred to as the "G Type" and features the same handheld armaments as the standard production model Gelgoog. One customized unit was operated by Visch Donahue, it was painted in a green color scheme and had it's backpack removed therefore having it's exterior resemble the pre-production type Gelgoog.

Armaments

  • Twin Beam Sword
The twin beam sword, also known as a beam naginata, is the Gelgoog Ground Type's weapon in close-range melee combat. The beam sword operates by generating a beam of plasma contained and shaped by an I-field. Because of the heat of the plasma the beam sword can cut through any alloy. The Gelgoog's twin beam sword is unique in that it has a longer than average handle, about the length of two beam saber hilts, and has an emitter at both ends, allowing a single weapon to create two beam blades. This allows the pilot the advantage of incorporating different techniques into their fighting style than they would normally be capable of. When not in use it is stored in a back mounted recharge rack.
  • Arm Gatling Gun
Mounted on the right forearm, is a gatling gun. It fires physical rounds at a rapid rate and possesses enough firepower to destroy lightly armored mobile suits with ease. However its effectiveness against heavy armor is very limited.
  • Grenade Launcher
Mounted on the left forearm, is a grenade launcher. These grenades are not very effective against large ships, but are ideal mid-range anti-mobile suit weapons.
  • Shield
The shield is a thick sheet of armor designed to take severe punishment that would normally destroy a mobile suit. Typically physical shields can only take so much damage before they succumb to the pressure and break. The Gelgoog carries a unique arm mounted shield styled after the shields used by the African Zulu tribe. When not in use the large shield can be mounted on the back to free up the arms.
  • Small Shield
A shield that is notably smaller though thicker, which allows for greater arm movement. This shield is typically mounted on the left forearm atop the grenade launcher.
  • Beam Rifle
The Gelgoog series is the first series of mass produced Principality of Zeon mobile suit to be equipped with a beam rifle. The technology of the rifle allows the weapon to fire compressed mega particles in the form of a beam which has the power to penetrate all but the specially treated materials.
  • Trial Product Beam Rifle
A different model of the standard beam rifle used by the Gelgoog, has a longer shooting range and packs a heavier punch than the standard production beam rifle, but pays the price in more limited ammunition.

History

One unit belonged to the Zeon Foreign Legion's Ken Bederstadt, it was delivered to him by a H.L.V. near the end of the One Year War, and his usage of this machine earned him the nickname the "pitiless war god". Another customized unit was operated by Visch Donahue, he and his machine would battle the White Dingo Team, but would be defeated.

Variants

Notes and Trivia

  • Ken Bederstadt's Gelgoog has differ appearances in different games.
    • In SD Gundam G Generation series,Ken's Gelgoog is just a standard Gelgoog in ground type's color scheme.
    • In Gundam Side Story:Missing Link,Ken's Gelgoog was commander type unlike the previous one.

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