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HG 1/144 GNW-001 Gundam Throne Eins


Shipping Weight: 0.6kg

Origin: Imported (China)

Product Description:
The GNW-001 Gundam Throne Eins (aka Gundam Throne Eins, Eins), is the lead Gundam of Team Trinity and piloted by Johann Trinity in season one of Mobile Suit Gundam 00.The first unit of the Gundam Thrones series, which are each specialized custom versions of the same mobile suit design.[2] Of the three Throne units, the Throne Eins is mostly a mid-to-long range fire mobile suit. The Gundam Thrones also employ more advanced version of GN technology than of Ptolemaios's Gundams, such as a more advanced internal particle distribution system as well as a more compact GN Drive Chassis technology that were not adapted by the Ptolemy team until the 3.5 and 4th generation Gundams. It is said that in terms of orientation, Eins combined both the characteristics of both the range of Dynames as well as the firepower of Virtue into a single unit.[2] Eins would often fire the GN Rifle for short-to-mid range attacks and firing the GN Launcher for mid-to-long range attacks. While similar to Dynames, a long range tactical MS, it is not a sniper. Eins' "GN Launcher" has a more powerful feature called GN Mega Launcher, which basically more powerful and more particle consuming. Since Eins doesn't have an unlimited supply of GN particles due to its GN Drive Tau, Eins is largely dependent on Drei for transferring compressed GN particles in order to use it this feature. With both Zwei and Drei linked together, Eins is able to use it's most powerful attack, the "GN High Mega Launcher". Unlike the Throne Varanus and the GN-X series, the Gundam Thrones do not need a special start-up machine in order to activate their GN Drives due to the fact that they possess their own compact start up mechanism on-board.
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