AMS-119 Geara Doga

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Post by AaronW on Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:00 pm

AMS-119 Geara Doga Ams-119

General and Technical Data

Model Number: AMS-119
Code Name: Geara Doga
Unit Type: Mass Production General-Purpose Mobile Suit
Manufacturer: Anaheim Electronics
Operator: Neo Zeon
Capacity: Pilot only :: Panoramic Monitor/Linear Seat Cockpit in torso
First deployment: N/A
Height: 20 meters
Weight: 50.8 tons

  • Titanium Alloy
  • Ceramic Composite

Power Plant: Minovsky Ultracompact Fusion Reactor
Equipment and Design Features:

  • Sensors :: Range 16400 meters

Fixed Armaments:

  • 1x Beam Sword-Axe, stored on hip armor

Optional Fixed Armaments: N/A

Optional Hand Armaments:

  • 1x Shield
    • 4x Grenade Launcher :: 1 Grenade per launcher

  • 1x Beam Machine Gun
    • 1x Optional Heat Bayonet
    • 1x Optional Grenade Launcher :: 2 Grenades

  • 4x Sturm Faust

Technical and Historical Notes

The AMS-119 Geara Doga is a general purpose mobile suit with technology and design features descended from the old MS-06F Zaku II mobile suit. Since the resources of Char's Neo Zeon are limited the Geara Doga was not a particularly high-performing mobile suit when compared to the machines that Haman Karn's Neo Zeon produced during the First Neo Zeon War only four years earlier, however they were well in line with the style of mobile suit design of the day. Although it wasn’t really a high-performance suit it was enough for most soldiers, easy to mass-produce and thanks to its wide variety of weapons it could be a threat for the Earth Federation's own mass-produced suit, the RGM-89 Jegan.

The Geara Doga features a wide variety of weapons to cope with different combat situations. Its only fixed armaments are a beam sword-axe for close combat and an electric wire. It can also be equipped with a shield with four grenade launchers and two different types of beam machine guns, each mounting additional weaponry. The Geara Doga is fitted with old Zeonic-style large head sensors that are able to detect targets at a longer range and thus make a faster offensive, however, when within combat range, the sensor's performance becomes limited in terms of target-tracking


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