|Affiliation and military information|
|Real world information|
|Appearances||Armored Core 3|
|Encountered||Defend the Arena|
Defend the Monorail
- "Looks like you could use a hand."
- — Gaidoz
After successfully completing Defend the Arena.
Title: We'll Meet Again
You're quite a pilot, Raven. I like your style. We make a good team and hopefully we'll have a chance to work together again.
- Defend the Arena
- Looks like you could use a hand.
- Very impressive Raven, perhaps we’ll work together again.
- (If Attacked as an ally)You...!
Gaidoz is shown as being a friendly and charismatic pilot who is seeking to make himself known in the world. Rather than preferring to fight solo, he assists when and where he can.
Guernica is a middleweight reverse-joint AC equipped with an exceed orbit core, a back mounted missile launcher, back mounted radar, and spread laser weapon arms.
AC Guernica is pretty light on its feet and as a result is not a well armored AC. Its weapon arms can pose a threat for slower builds however Gaidoz has substandard accuracy.
- Head: CHD-07-VEN
- Core: MCM-MX/002
- Arms: MAW-DSL/FIN
- Legs: CLB-SOLID
- Booster: MBT-OX/E9
- FCS: VREX-ST-1
- Generator: CGP-ROZ
- Radiator: RMR-SA44
- Inside: None
- Extension: None
- Back Unit R: CWM-S60-10
- Back Unit L: MRL-SS/SPHERE
- Arm Unit R: None
- Arm Unit L: None
Gaidoz can be hired as a consort for the mission Defend the Monorail.
He relies heavily on his AC's weapon arms to carry him to victory. A bit over the top, he is flashy and popular. Many feel that his limited repertoire is best suited for combat with members of the Arena's lower echelon and wouldn't cut it higher up.
Gaidoz will hop around making himself a difficult target. He will tend to fire aggressively but with terrible accuracy. His missiles will fire at random occasions and pose a threat. Gaidoz can be easily defeated if you can hold him in your sights.
The name Guernica refers to a town in the province of Biscay located within Spain. It is best known for the Bombing of Guernica, one of the first aerial bombings by Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe. It inspired various forms of artwork. Most notably that of Pablo Picasso.