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ZGMF-600 GuAIZ

The ZGMF-600 GuAIZ (pronounced “Gates” in Japanese and “Gwaze” in English) is a mass-production general-purpose mobile suit first featured in the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam SEED.

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Technology & Combat Characteristics

The successor to the ZGMF-1017 GINN and the ZGMF-515 CGUE, the GuAIZ was jointly developed by the Maius Military Industries and the Integrated Design Bureau, which was formed from the merger of all of PLANT’s military design bureaus (Heinlein, Asimov, Clarke, and Verne) during this mobile suit’s development process. [1] [2] [3] The GuAIZ inherited the high versatility of its predecessors while also featuring a enlarged form and enhanced armor. It had a new high thrust backpack designed to enhance its mobility in space, though it was also capable of operating on Earth and in colonies. Its head-mounted sensor array was enlarged, enhancing its radar performance. It also featured a pair of head-mounted close defense machine guns, a first among ZAFT mobile suits. [1]

Originally, the GuAIZ was not designed with the use of beam weapons in mind. However, this changed after the capture of the OMNI Enforcer’s GAT-X series. After thoroughly analyzing their design and operation data, the GuAIZ was redesigned and equipped with a host of beam weapons intended to counter the OMNI Enforcer’s Phase Shift armor-equipped mobile suits. It was said that the time spent on adjusting the beam weaponry delayed the GuAIZ’s deployment in the battlefield, but notwithstanding this, the GuAIZ’s performance greatly surpassed the OMNI Enforcer’s mass production mobile suit. [1] [4] Furthermore, its excellent basic structure led to the GuAIZ becoming the base machine for the nuclear-powered mobile suits that was developed later. [1]

Armaments

  • MMI-GAU2 “Picus” 76mm CIWS
  • MA-MV03 Composite Shield
  • EEQ7R Extensional Arrestor
  • MA-M21G Beam Rifle

History

One of ZAFT’s second phase series mobile suits, the GuAIZ was unveiled on January 23, C.E. 71, [9] on the same day as the fall of the Kaohsiung space port, as part of a propaganda effort. [3] By this point, the basic development of the GuAIZ was already complete. [4] However, merely two days later, Rau Le Creuset’s team captured four of the OMNI Enforcer’s GAT-X series prototype mobile suits from Heliopolis. [9] The new technology found on the GAT-X series and the realization that the OMNI Enforcer now has its own mobile suits caused the GuAIZ’s development roadmap to be drastically altered as ZAFT incorporated new technology into its design, greatly delaying its deployment. [4]

One early production GuAIZ was assigned to Rau in July, C.E. 71. This unit battled Mu La Flaga’s GAT-X105+AQM/E-X03 Launcher Strike Gundam at the Battle of Mendel on July 12, but was heavily damaged by the ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam. [10] [9] [4] The GuAIZ would not see general deployment until September 23, C.E. 71, [9] making its combat debut at the Battle of Boaz. [7] [4] During the battle, they demonstrated their superiority over the GAT-01 Strike Dagger, the OMNI Enforcer’s mass production mobile suit. [4] However, this proved to be moot, as the fortress was soon destroyed by a nuclear attack. [7] Later, numerous GuAIZ participated in the Second Battle of Jachin Due, the final battle of the war, but they once again failed to achieve any significant battle results. [11] [12] [1] After the war ended, a more powerful version of the GuAIZ, the ZGMF-601R GuAIZ R, was created. [13]

Variants

Gallery

Lineart

Anime

Rau’s GuAIZ Commander Colors using MA-MV03 Composite Shield’s Beam Claws (Spiral of Encounters, HD Remastered)

Looking for new strains.. good recommendations will be rewarded!!

So I have accumulated quite a few packs of seeds over time just from wanting to try far more than I will be able to actually grow out.. anyhow, I’ve come to realize a lot of my remaining stock simply won’t fit my ideal requirements.. what I need are good yielding strains that take no more than 65-ish days, don’t need EXCESSIVE support(I use a trellis but don’t want strains with tiny tiny branches) and ideally aren’t TOO BAD to trim, ie.. a nice calyx:leaf ratio.

My issue is that a lot of the better current top breeders on sites like JBS and GLG simply don’t offer much information on their strains, and I don’t really have the time, or to be honest, the desire to find grow logs of each and find the necessary information.

So if anyone can recommend some good strains that fit my needs and a reliable place to acquire them, OR if someone with the knowledge or time to track down the information I need on the strains I have, I will give you a free pack of seeds of your choice. Looking for 2-4 good strains to add to my rotation. 65 days max, on a 1-10 yield scale, ideally a 7 or higher, and hopefully not terrible to trim. And ideally, I would like them to vary a bit in terms of terpene profile and general appearance, though appearance differences matter less.

The packs I currently have are all Bodhi)

StarFlight Guava
Dread Bread
Dragon Fruit
Lemon Wookie V2
Elfinstone
Cosmic Serpent

And if you do have good info, I’ll pm you. I would rather send the seeds to a location other than your primary residence though for privacy sake. Thanks a bunch for anyone’s time or help

jdog127
Well-Known Member

Not to be the negative Nancy here but you’re asking a lot for people to exchange adresses Over the Internet and none of us have any idea personally who you are. Definitely from those in non legal States which is probably most here. But you are definitely going to have to look in to primarily autos If you’re looking to harvest in 65 days.
But this is what I will recommend for you.

GreenHighlander
Well-Known Member

So I have accumulated quite a few packs of seeds over time just from wanting to try far more than I will be able to actually grow out.. anyhow, I’ve come to realize a lot of my remaining stock simply won’t fit my ideal requirements.. what I need are good yielding strains that take no more than 65-ish days, don’t need EXCESSIVE support(I use a trellis but don’t want strains with tiny tiny branches) and ideally aren’t TOO BAD to trim, ie.. a nice calyx:leaf ratio.

My issue is that a lot of the better current top breeders on sites like JBS and GLG simply don’t offer much information on their strains, and I don’t really have the time, or to be honest, the desire to find grow logs of each and find the necessary information.

So if anyone can recommend some good strains that fit my needs and a reliable place to acquire them, OR if someone with the knowledge or time to track down the information I need on the strains I have, I will give you a free pack of seeds of your choice. Looking for 2-4 good strains to add to my rotation. 65 days max, on a 1-10 yield scale, ideally a 7 or higher, and hopefully not terrible to trim. And ideally, I would like them to vary a bit in terms of terpene profile and general appearance, though appearance differences matter less.

The packs I currently have are all Bodhi)

StarFlight Guava
Dread Bread
Dragon Fruit
Lemon Wookie V2
Elfinstone
Cosmic Serpent

And if you do have good info, I’ll pm you. I would rather send the seeds to a location other than your primary residence though for privacy sake. Thanks a bunch for anyone’s time or help

You state what it is you are looking for, then post a list that clearly has what you are looking for . I don’t understand what your issue is here lol
It isn’t hard to find info on Bodhi gear, especially the ones you have. Google and the search function here on RIU should bring up a ton of info. It also wouldn’t hurt to post that list in the Bodhi thread and ask. Lots of helpful folks there.

jdog127
Well-Known Member

You state what it is you are looking for, then post a list that clearly has what you are looking for . I don’t understand what your issue is here lol
It isn’t hard to find info on Bodhi gear, especially the ones you have. Google and the search function here on RIU should bring up a ton of info. It also wouldn’t hurt to post that list in the Bodhi thread and ask. Lots of helpful folks there.

I believe he listed the pack of seeds that he personally has and is looking for recommendations for new seeds with very short seed to harvest time. At least that is what I gathered from his post

BigHornBuds
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My new favourite strain is Zephyrs from
In-house genetics (regular)
8 weeks flower with co2
Easy trim, very potent, strong branches
I grew 2 packs, got 12 girls , revegged 6 to run again. (They are vegging now)
No hermi issues .

All very similar phenos , one was crazy frosty.

WinterSoldier89
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FlyHigh589
Well-Known Member

Nah not 65 days from seed, I’m looking for strains with a flower time of 9-9.5 weeks.. and from the bit of research on my remaining Bodhi strains, it seems like most are either somewhat smaller buds or flower times of 10-11 weeks..

And for anyone worrying about about me having your address, that is exactly why so stayed I would MUCH rather send it to a non residential address or someone where you feel safe having them sent to.. I have sent 6-8 packs out to different people over the past couple years..

I’m not trying to put anyone in a situation they don’t want to be in, I was just hoping someone who is a bit more up to date on current/newer strains and some of their general details and thought I would spread the love with what I have left before they just get put aside and go to waste.

Anyway, hopefully someone is able to throw some good information my way I’d love to see some of these extra packs get grown out by someone with more time and space be safe and happy growing everyone

Guccizillaa
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Peyote alexia
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Im only a newbie. But have my info free.
Grown about 10 strains.
Galaxy is my favourite for structure and time
But it lacks the sweet flavour I enjoy. It’s a cross of northern lights and a Afghan.
So it’s taste for me has been hashy. Strong and good to smoke. But it’s described as minty.
My new favourite is peyote critical. There’s a few phenos. The one I have kept doesn’t veg to quick but it stretches to make up for it in flower. I’ve just started another seed. It seems to veg quicker. But I’ve only just swapped it to flower so no reports.
Big nugs fast. Is a good strain. But it needs a week or two more. Especially if you get the sativa leaning pheno. Anyway. Galaxy has been a winner to me. Can’t kill it. And no matter the circamstances it comes through best and healthiest . Tried it dwc and dtw it loves both as does pc

Don_Sequitor
Well-Known Member

So I have accumulated quite a few packs of seeds over time just from wanting to try far more than I will be able to actually grow out.. anyhow, I’ve come to realize a lot of my remaining stock simply won’t fit my ideal requirements.. what I need are good yielding strains that take no more than 65-ish days, don’t need EXCESSIVE support(I use a trellis but don’t want strains with tiny tiny branches) and ideally aren’t TOO BAD to trim, ie.. a nice calyx:leaf ratio.

My issue is that a lot of the better current top breeders on sites like JBS and GLG simply don’t offer much information on their strains, and I don’t really have the time, or to be honest, the desire to find grow logs of each and find the necessary information.

So if anyone can recommend some good strains that fit my needs and a reliable place to acquire them, OR if someone with the knowledge or time to track down the information I need on the strains I have, I will give you a free pack of seeds of your choice. Looking for 2-4 good strains to add to my rotation. 65 days max, on a 1-10 yield scale, ideally a 7 or higher, and hopefully not terrible to trim. And ideally, I would like them to vary a bit in terms of terpene profile and general appearance, though appearance differences matter less.

The packs I currently have are all Bodhi)

StarFlight Guava
Dread Bread
Dragon Fruit
Lemon Wookie V2
Elfinstone
Cosmic Serpent

And if you do have good info, I’ll pm you. I would rather send the seeds to a location other than your primary residence though for privacy sake. Thanks a bunch for anyone’s time or help

Why don’t you grow Cosmic Serpent? (Pretty cool name!)

I’ve heard compliments on the germination rate of Bodhi seeds and doubt you have to worry about a radish or alfalfa seed getting mixed into the packet.

JBS has some nice notes on varieties origin and breeding history. Cosmic Serpent may not be completely stable because the seeds are F1, however; evidence of the Dragonsblood mother may be identified by, “red sap.” Its purpose of use is to, “ward off negative energies and infuse the work space with positive vibes.” Wookie, another one of Bodhi’s renown varieties is, according to Leafly.com, “a whimsical escape from stress.” You may see distinct pest resistance traits from Wookie’s “sour” terpene profile.