Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Mobile Suit Gundam - Universal Century Size Comparison Chart [Updated 12/11/13]

Mobile Suit: GM Chart
Mobile Armor from the Mobile Suit Gundam Universal Century Size Comparison Chart


Battleships from the Universal Century Size Comparison Chart


 Here's an fan made version of battleships from the various continuities:

Battleship mages via ToysDaily, Mobile Armor image via ToysDaily

43 comments:

  1. HOLY CRAP! Peacemillion is HUGE! O_o

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    1. Yeah, a 3-km wingspan is definitely nothing to sneeze at. It could probably be justified by pointing out that Peacemillion was designed for outer space exploration, so it's basically a miniature mobile colony for its crew (note the scene where the Gundam Pilots are sitting in what looks like a mall food court playing chess).

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  2. Would be cool to see something like this with axis and the different colonies.

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  3. Where's Diva, La Gramis, and Second Moon from AGE ?

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    1. Because the show was so bad nobody cares about it or it mechanics

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    2. Or maybe because this was made before AGE?

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    3. 2 replies to your post that make no sense at all and forget the most logic and simple explanation: This is about Universal Century. AGE is not set in Universal Century it's set in Advanced Generation. It's a completely different Universe to begin with.

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    4. Also, it's fan made so no doubt it was made before Gundam AGE.

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    5. Wing and SEED are NOT part of the UC -__-

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    6. AGE is in the first picture

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  4. What's that Zeon red ship in UC that is bigger than the Dogosse giar (General Revil for Unicorn)?

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    1. It's the Gwadan, pride of the Neo Zeon fleet. :)

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  5. The Rewloola can't be THAT small, can it? I mean, now that I look it up, every source indicates 250m, but I always imagined it around the same length as the Ra Cailum.

    I wonder if the Rewloola is actually represented at around 250m on screen.

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  6. reminds me of some Homeworld 2 gundam mod.
    would be nice to include ALL of those battleships in the game ^^

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  7. Wow the 00 ships are tiny compared to these other monsters! I guess it fits with the lower tech AD setting of the show and smaller scale conflict.

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    1. 00 Ships may be small, but they are far more versatile and powerful. Extremely fast too, able to perform feats that are impossible for those ships in other timelines with lower tech. The scale of conflict may be small, but the techs they used are noticeably far more advanced. I mean, GN Drives, Trans-Am, Teleportation, Quantum brainwaves, Space Elevator and VEDA.. c'mon.

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    2. Unfortunately, I don't see the DSS Celestial Being, and the Sumeragi-class DSS in there...


      * DSS - Deep Space Ship...

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  8. Victory Gundam had some pretty stupid designs for a spaceship. I mean honestly, who in their right mind thought it was progression of technology and advancement to add HUGE wheels to spaceships? I never understood that to be honest.

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    1. Adrastea's giant wheels are used for "Earth Clean Operation", operation to buldoze populated city to the ground. The wheels will expanded when used in space.

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    2. Batpod from The Dark Knight

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  9. Meteor unit and Eternal are not proportional XD

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  10. Would be nice if Bandai make HG of these Battleship ^^

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  11. I wonder if ever human able to build those HUGE ships, how long we will able to finish it. anyway, nice picture with the size comparison ^^

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  12. My favorite ship design in all gundam is not included here :( Where's the Gendarme from Turn A? And where's the Willgem for that matter?

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  13. this is not accurate at all, just look at EX-S Gundam size compared to Nu Gundam or Unicorn... or Zeta compared to RX and MKII. cool pic but thats all.

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    1. not that accurate but almost, gives us a sense of what their size comparisons are, specially that big ass Xi gundam, damn that is one big gundam.

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  14. what is that large gundam behind those seef guys? sorry i'm no seed fan so i don't know.

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    1. Either the Destroy (Black) or Gells Ghe (not really a Gundam class)

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    2. It's probably the GFAS-X1 Destroy Gundam you mean.

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  15. No GP02A.... ToT

    ( Maybe because it is a Zeke ?! )

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  16. The Chart made me realize that Peacemillion are so huge, even (looks) a lil' bit bigger than Jupitoris. And here I always thought Peacemillion is the smallest spaceship in all Gundam animated series. O_o

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  17. I'm looking for Big Zam....

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  18. Where is Sazabi?

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  19. This reminds me White comet's Dreadnought 6 Km length.

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  20. I dont believe Destroy is that small, in the anime it was drawn to be so much bigger, WAAAAYYY bigger than Freedom many many times.

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    1. Thats becuase its size has always been misrepresented in the anime. The profile of destroy makes it around the same height as psycho gundam, which is around twice that of Freedom.

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  21. Why is IDEON in a Mobile Suit GM chart?

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    1. The same can be asked about the ground gundam (GM head) and the blue destiny unit one. They are both built from the rx-79 (g) ground gundam they are just using a GM style head.

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    2. Also where is the RGM-79C GM Kai? Or the Precision Type GM that Sanders piloted frm 08th MS Team episode 1?

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  22. All dem poor asteroids. Mined to oblivion to build these beasts!

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  23. Can someone post all Gunship sizes ranging from UC to AGE. I am curious about the size of some of the ships like Virgina-class, Ural-Class, and Baikal-Class???? Any hints??

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