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SD Gundam Musha Generation (SDガンダム ムシャジェネレーション ?) is the twelfth work of the Musha Gundam series. The Comic Bom Bom version is of the same title. The comic is the last Musha Gundam work by Masahiro Kanda. Running period, 2000.


Different from the other works, the musha gundams appear as giant robot in this work. This work is announced when the popularity of the SD Gundam G Generation game series is at its peak. Thus Musha Generation took on the concept as a Musha version of G Generation. But the work suffered because of its difference from the previous works and it ended in half a year. The ending suggest connection to the SD Sengokuden timeline.

The plotline is based on that of Turn A Gundam. In an alternate reality, humans began excavating giant mechanical mushas.

For this work the katakana is used in place of the usual ateji for the machine names. The BB Senshi for this work uses the same mold with its G Generation counterpart but with extra musha style decorations and usage of transparent plastic. Thus most of the mecha appearing strongly resemble the original designs just with the minor additions of Musha style elements. Most of the mecha who are not released as BB Senshi can be recreated by fixing parts from previous BB Senshis to non-Musha SD kits.

The protagonist, Loran and Musha Turn A Gundam appeared in the game "SD Gundam G Generation-F". After Musha Generation, the Knight Gundam series using similar concepts announced their tenth work, SD Gundam Eiyuden.


Earth, the peaceful land governed by Diana Hime. This peace is enforced by the White Musha Clan, a band of mushas who are users of a mysterious power called Kiryoku(輝力). But from this band of mushas rise Tohofuhai, with his evil ambition he created the Black Musha Clan. The Black Musha Clan assassinated their former comrades from the White Musha Clan, terrorized the streets with the mechanical musha they excavated, captured Diana Hime and claimed the land of Earth as their Earth Empire. Loran who survived the attack of the Black Musha Clan obtained Musha Turn A which he uses to fight the Earth Empire and to save Diana Hime. In his journey he gathered allies and together they defeat the Earth Empire and the mysterious evil mastermind Turn X.


Earth (天主)

Loran (侶蘭)

  • Character basis: Loran Cehack
A young warrior of the White Musha Clan. He is the sole survivor of the White Musha Clan. Has a sense of justice and adores Dianna Hime. At first he dislikes the "moustache" of Turn A and took it to a mechanic wanting to place it as a head decoration.

Heero (緋色)

  • Character basis: Heero Yuy
An assassin. A person who fight on his free will and for the things that interest him. A member of the secret peacekeeping organization Blue Destiny. Joined Loran after Loran covered him from an attack.

Judau (珠童)

  • Character basis: Judau Ashta
A musha mechanic apprentice of Ranba's Village(嵐破の里). He likes mechanical mushas and dreams to have one. He later pilots the Musha Gundam Mark IV.

Char (射亜)

  • Character basis: Char Aznable
The first chief of the White Musha Clan. A character from before Loran's time. He was kept in cold sleep for reasons unknown. He awakened to help train Loran's Kiryoku and to help in the fight against the Empire.

Dianna Hime (月姫)

  • Character basis: Dianna Soreil
The current ruler of Earth. She teleported Loran to a safe place with her Kiryoku, saving him from Tohofuhai's attack.

Black Musha Clan/ Earth Empire (黒の武士団/天主帝国)

Tohofuhai (東方不敗)

  • Character basis: Master Asia
Loran's teacher. Former chief of the White Musha Clan but he was enticed by the powers of evil and betrayed the White Musha Clan, starting the Black Musha Clan. The Black Musha Clan on capturing Dianna Hime, claim Earth under their rule announcing the birth of the Earth Empire.
In the Comic World version, Char's powers brought him back to the side of good. Him and Musha Master returned to the White Musha Clan.
In the Bom Bom version, Turn X tainted his human soul and fused him with his Musha Master.

Nimbus (弐無馬守)

  • Character basis: Nimbus Schterzen
Heero's former comrade. He betrayed Blue Destiny and defected to the Empire with his Musha Blue Unit 2.
Appeared only in the Bom Bom version.


White Musha Clan

Musha Turn A Gundam/ Turn A Daishougun (武者ターンエーガンダム/ターンエー大将軍)

  • Design basis: Turn A Gundam
Loran's machine. It appeared from within the Majinzou(魔神像) as if answering Loran's plea to Diana Hime for help. It is referred to as the "White Majin"(白い魔神) by Loran. Equipped with the Armor of Moon Crystal(月水晶の鎧). 
In the Comic World version it Haro resonated with the Gundam Crystal, which is passed down generations in Diana Hime's family, the shining Haro than entered Musha Turn A transforming it to Turn A Daishougun.
In the Bom Bom version, while the heavily damaged Musha Turn A is slowly transforming via Diana Hime's powers Haro entered it giving it self-consciousness. With the love of Diana Hime and the bravery of Loran, it gained the soul of a Musha becoming Musha Proto Gundam.

Musha Blue Gundam (武者ブルーガンダム)

  • Design basis: Blue Destiny Unit 3
Heero's machine. An old model Musha but with Heero's excellent piloting abilities it does not lose to other Mushas. Equipped with the Armor of Pearl(真珠の鎧). Has a self-destruct system onboard.

Musha Gebera Gundam (武者ガーベラガンダム)

  • Design basis: Gundam GP-04
Char's machine. A powerful old model with a special long range weapon - blades that can be controlled via the Kiryouku of Char (similar to funnels). Equipped with the Armor of Amber(琥珀の鎧).

Musha Gundam Mark IV (武者ガンダムマークIV)

  • Design basis: Gundam Mk-IV
Judau's machine. Was for a long time an unrepairable machine but revived by the skills of Jadau. Equipped with the Armor of Jade(翡翠の鎧).

Black Musha Clan

Musha Master Gundam (武者マスターガンダム)

  • Design basis: Master Gundam
Tohofuhai's machine. A melee specialised Musha that does not use any weapons except its bare fists. With its superior speed and power output plus Tohoufuhai's battle sense, Musha Master is a strong enemy. Equipped with the Armor of Amethyst(紫水晶の鎧).
In the Bom Bom version Turn X created an army of Musha Masters.

Musha Bound Doc (武者バウンドドッグ)

  • Design basis: Bound Doc
Sent to destroy Ranba's Village which is helping Loran to tune up and adjust the Musha Turn A.

Musha Gelgoog Kouki (武者ゲルググ紅鬼) Musha Gelgoog Souki (武者ゲルググ蒼鬼)

  • Design basis: Gelgoog
The two mechanical musha piloted by a pair of brothers who command the Empire's mechanical musha excavation site.

Musha Blue Gundam Unit 2 (武者ブルーガンダム2号機)

  • Design basis: Blue Destiny Unit 2
Nimbus' machine. Looks similar to Heero's machine but its equipped with knight armor.
Appeared only in the Bom Bom version.

Turn X/ Emperor (ターンX/皇帝)

  • Design basis: X Gundam
A sentient machine in the form of a head supported by cables. Turn X aims to rule the world and end the era of humans. He appeared in the final battle with an army of Master Gundams.
In the Comic World version it is referred as "Emperor", a giant electronic brain left by an ancient civilization.


Musha Ball (武者ボール)

  • Design basis: Ball

Musha Tank Jegan (武者戦車ジェガン)

  • Design basis: Jegan


Musha Proto Gundam/ Musha Gundam (武者プロトガンダム/武者頑駄無)

  • Design basis: Prototype Gundam
The new form of Musha Turn A when it gained self-consciousness in the final battle. He is believed to be a direct ancestor of Musha Gundam from SD Sengokuden Musha Shichinin Shuu Hen.


Kiryoku (輝力)

A super power somewhat similar to The Force (Star Wars).

Musha (武者)

A mobile weapon made with super technology that is not of this time. Usually not excavated in its complete form, completed with new armor and weapons.

Armor of Jewel (宝珠の鎧)

The tranparent armor which is part of a "Musha's" equipment. Light but strong, it nulifies beam weapons changing the beam into power. They each have different colours and effects. Many are named after jewels.


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