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GMF-X06A/F Fujin Gundam by unoservix GMF-X06A/F Fujin Gundam by unoservix
Model Number: GMF-X06A/F
Code Name: Fujin Gundam
Unit Type: prototype assault mobile suit
Manufacturer: Resistance
Operator: Resistance
First Deployment: CE 77
Accommodations: pilot only, in panoramic cockpit in torso
Dimensions: overall height 17.55 meters
Weight: 95.29 metric tons
Power Plant: ultracompact nuclear fission reactor, output unknown
Construction: unknown
Propulsion: unknown
Equipment and Design Features: sensors, range unknown; Phase Shift (PS) armor, protects unit from ballistic and blade attacks; N-Jammer Canceller, negates effects of N-Jammer; signal flare launcher x 2, mounted in hands; link wire x 2, mounted in hands
Fixed Armament: MMI-GAU26 17.5mm CIWS x 2, mounted in head, fire-linked; MA-M978 "Vajra II" beam saber x 2, stored in recharge racks on hip armor, hand-carried in use, can be combined into single double-bladed saber; MX2351 "Solidus Fulgor" beam shield x 2, mounted on hands; MMI-GAU2 "Picus" 76mm machinegun x 4, mounted on forearm x 2; MR-Q19A "Griffon II" beam blade x 2, mounted on feet; MGX-2235 "Callidus" multi-phase beam cannon, mounted in chest; MMI-MML184T 115mm 10-tube micromissile launcher x 2, mounted on hip armor; EQFU-5X mobile weapon pod (MA-81R beam assault cannon x 2; AGM141 "Firefly" guided missile x many) x 4, stored on recharge racks on backpack, can be operated wirelessly
Optional Fixed Armament: M71-AAK "Folding Razor" anti-armor knife x 2, stored in hip armor, hand-carried in use
Optional Hand Armament: MA-BAR77/PM high energy beam rifle, can be stored on rear skirt armor; MMI-TT04 4-tube 405mm Mk-II multipurpose torpedo launcher
Pilot: Sting Oakley

an upgraded replacement for the Chaos, with four gunbarrels and missile launchers in its hip armor, and without that funky transformation thing it never used. named after the Japanese wind god, who carries the wind in a bag on his back.
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Jin-Ghi-Lives Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012
Awesome work
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