Saviour Gundam #14Excellent kit of Saviour Gundam as piloted by Athrun Zala in "Gundam Seed Destiny."
It comes with all its trademark weaponry, and it's also fully transformable into mobile armor mode.
Simple instruction included in a box.Saviour Gundam's Combat Features (in animie)Weapons wise, the Saviour is armed with a large beam rifle, a pair of beam sabers and CIWS guns, as well as a pair of back-mounted pods containing beam and plasma beam cannons. These pods can fold under the Saviour's arms to fire in mobile suit mode, and also constitute its primary armament when it transforms into a high-speed airplane-like flight mode. For defense, the suit features a single MMI-RD11 aerodynamic shield.It's HistoryIn late CE 73, ZAFT created a new series of advanced mobile suits to succeed their previous generation of Gundams, which were all lost in the first Bloody Valentine War. Since the Treaty of Junius banned the military use of the Neutron Jammer Cancellers, these new Gundams used conventional battery power instead. However, technological improvements over the last two years mean that battery efficiency is improved.
One of these new suits was the Saviour, a transformable unit specializing in aerial combat. As with the ZGMF-X24S Chaos, the Saviour is based upon a similar prototype unit, which, in the Saviourâ€™s case, is the ZGMF-YX21R Proto-Saviour.
The Saviour was produced separately from the other four new Gundams, and after the fall of Junius Seven it was assigned by Chairman Gilbert Durandal to Athrun Zala, newly reinstated to ZAFT and appointed by Durandal to the elite FAITH detachment. Athrun then flew the Saviour back to Earth and, after a small skirmish with Orb forces, joined the crew of the battleship Minerva. Although Athrun was able to disable the mobile armor YMAG-X7F Gells-Ghe in the Gulnahan Ravine near Suez he accomplished little in combat. He managed to tie up Chaos pilot Sting Oakley in most engagements by providing a difficult to hit target, but took very little offensive action against the EA forces. Saviour is later damaged beyond repair by Kira Yamato's ZGMF-X10A Freedom in a naval battle off the coast of Crete.
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