Technology & Combat Characteristics
The RX-124 TR-6 was developed as a compilation of the TR series mobile suits. As with the RX-121 Gundam TR-1 [Hazel], the base Woundwort mobile suit can be enhanced with a wide variety of optional parts, and these parts are designed to display maximum performance in any environment. It can theoretically achieve higher performance than any existing machine by swapping parts. The TR-6 is essentially a set of components attached to a drum frame which serves as the central unit of its transformation mechanisms. The mobile armor form's aerodynamic characteristics are poor, and special option parts are required for atmospheric flight, so this form is mainly for use in space. Its nose section is a booster pod with atmospheric entry capabilities. Its torso section is extremely small, and its thigh sections are relatively large because its generators are housed in the thighs and booster pod.
The booster pod of the TR-6 is based on the movable booster pod used by the Hazel, and it includes coolant gas emitters that allow the TR-6 to perform atmospheric entry. This booster pod can be replaced by other types, including an EWAC radome and a "double shield" type similar to the multi connector pod of the RX-121-2A Gundam TR-1 (Advanced Hazel). This double shield version lacks coolant gas emitters, but it includes a mega particle cannon and two shield latches that can hold composite shield boosters.
- Vulcan Guns
- These head mounted shell firing weapons have a high-rate of fire, but have little power and are generally ineffective against mobile suits; however, the vulcan gun can damage lightly armored areas such as the sensors. These weapons are ideal for shooting down small, fast moving, lightly armored targets such as missiles or small vehicles.
- Long Beam Rifle/Claw
- Weaponry attached to the Composite Shield Booster. The claw contains a beam emitter that can be connected to a long rifle barrel.
Special Equipment & Features
- Sub-Arm Unit
- A folding sub-arm unit attached to the waist section.
- Composite Shield Booster
- A multifunctional shield that can be used as both a long beam rifle and a claw for melee combat. It also includes a targeting sensor and an I-field Generator, and can function as a winch unit.
- I-Field Generator
- An I-Field Generator attached to the Composite Shield Booster. It is capable of bending any beam, and thus defends against beam weapons.
Only a few of these unique machines were produced, however the exact number remains unknown. One unit was confirmed to have been destroyed by Titans Test Team member Eliard Hunter at some point during the Gryps Conflict.
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hyzenthlay II)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hyzenthlay II-Rah)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Kehaar II) (atmospheric flight form)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Advanced Kehaar II)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Fiver II) (invasion and suppression form)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Dandelion II) (invasion and destruction form)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 [Inle]
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Psyco Inle)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hrairoo II)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Woundwort-Rah)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Woundwort) Gigantic Form
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Queenly)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Queenly) Full Armor Form
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hi-Zack II)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Hazel II)
- RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Gaplant II)
Notes & Trivia
- The meaning of the serial number is as follows:'RX' stands for Experimental mobile suit, and '12' indicated it was developed at Konpeitoh Arsenal (Konpei Island/Solomon).
- The Woundwort takes its namesake from the character General Woundwort, who served as the primary antagonist of the novel Watership Down. It was designed and illustrated by mecha designer Fujioka Kenki.
- In Gundam Breaker 3 DLC 6, RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Woundwort) becomes a playable character in the game although cannot be purchased in shop as no real-life official Bandai kit exists, parts of RX-124 Gundam TR-6 (Woundwort) can be farmed in DLC 6 Mission 8 where it appears as a boss.