Technology And Combat Capabilities
The Fiver II was categorized as an “invasion and suppression weapons system” and, like the “Fiver,” was designed to enter enemy territory via supersonic invasion, then inflict serious damage on the territory using its devastatingly powerful hyper long-range beam cannon, the Bigwig Cannon II, and the air supremacy capabilities of its “Kehaar II” combat units. The “Fiver II” can also use machines such as the TR-1 “Hazel” as its core mobile suit, in addition to the TR-6 “Woundwort.”
The compound defensive binders of the “Fiver II” had the capacity to carry six RX-124 Gundam TR-6 Kehaar II units as combat support machines. The binders also served as a launching platform for these carried machines via linear catapults built into the Fiver II’s binders. These binders are also equipped with diffuse beam cannons and I-field generators for defensive use.
- Hyper Long-Range Beam Cannon
- Diffuse Beam Cannon
Special Equipment & Features
- I-field Generator
- Docking Points
Many of the numerous combat forms of the RX-124 Gundam TR-6 Woundwort are imitations of existing machines and other members of the TR Series. These are distinguished by nicknames in which a “II” is appended to the name of the original machine. The Fiver II draws inspiration from the invasion and suppression roles of the ORX-005 Gaplant TR-5 (Fiver). The Fiver II would be incorporated into the development of the RX-124 Gundam TR-6 Inle. It is later brought to Mars by Titans remnants, and becomes a driving force in the founding of ReZeon. The Fiver II forms the upper body of the Inle and is also called the "Inle's Wings." 
Notes & Trivia
- The Fiver II is named after the character Fiver (fictional rabbit character from Watership Down).
- ↑ AOZ Re-Boot Vol. 13" "Dengeki Hobby Magazine" January 2015, KADOKAWA.