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17th May '16 11:55:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* WhatTheHellDad: Sums up Patrick and Athrun Zala's relationship quite nicely. Patrick, a GeneralRipper if ever there was one, treats Athrun as though he were any other subordinate. He expects a lot from Athrun, but only because of his elite status, and has no qualms about [[spoiler:shooting him]] when Athrun starts to question orders.
2nd Jan '16 5:51:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* DeadStarWalking: T.M. Revolution, who performs the first two [=OPs=], also voices Miguel Aiman who is killed early in the story. Averted with Shiho Hahnenfuss. She was set to be voiced by NamiTamaki, but she turned down the role... to the great relief of Yzak/Shiho shippers everywhere.

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* DeadStarWalking: T.M. Revolution, who performs the first two [=OPs=], also voices Miguel Aiman who is killed early in the story. Averted with Shiho Hahnenfuss. She was set to be voiced by NamiTamaki, Music/NamiTamaki, but she turned down the role... to the great relief of Yzak/Shiho shippers everywhere.
2nd Nov '15 1:02:27 PM FF32
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* FiveBadBand: The Le Creuset Team, containing TheBigBad, Rau Le Creuset; TheDragon, Athrun Zala; TheBrute, Yzak Joule; TheEvilGenius, Dearka Elsman, and TheDarkChick, Nicol Amalfi. See those tropes for more details.

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* FiveBadBand: The Le Creuset Team, containing TheBigBad, the BigBad, Rau Le Creuset; TheDragon, Athrun Zala; TheBrute, Yzak Joule; TheEvilGenius, Dearka Elsman, and TheDarkChick, Nicol Amalfi. See those tropes for more details.



* TheBigBad: Rau Le Creuset, the team leader.
23rd Sep '15 10:48:34 AM RangerJackWalker
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** There is also the Blue Cosmos': "For our blue and pure world."

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** There is also the Blue Cosmos': "For the preservation of our blue and pure world."
22nd Sep '15 11:47:38 PM arnoldmcguire335
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* CanonForeigner: In the HD Remaster, when Mu gets the Strike, it's upgraded into the Perfect Strike (basically the Strike with all three Striker Packs attached at once), which was never seen in the original run.

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* CanonForeigner: In the HD Remaster, when Mu gets the Strike, it's upgraded into the Perfect Strike (basically the Strike with all three Striker Packs attached at once), which was never seen in the original run. Just not in the final battle though...



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Tolle Koenig, Nicol Amarfi, Flay Allster, Natarle Badriguel, Aisha, Muruta Azrael, Patrick Zala, Rau Le Creuset, George Allster, Uzumi Nara Athha, Siegel Clyne, Lewis Halberton]]... the list can be continued.

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Tolle Koenig, Nicol Amarfi, Flay Allster, Natarle Badriguel, Aisha, Muruta Azrael, Patrick Zala, Rau Le Creuset, George Allster, Uzumi Nara Athha, Siegel Clyne, Lewis Halberton]]... the list can be continued.continued, but it would overload the page though.



** The Perfect Strike in the remastered edition combines all three previously used Strike packs.

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** The Perfect Strike in the remastered edition combines all three previously used Strike packs.packs, previously hinted at a SD Gundam kit of the Strike.
18th Sep '15 6:37:23 PM SAMAS
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The story premise matches the standard ''Gundam'' fare by featuring a conflict between Earth and Space, but introduces an original twist in the form of widespread use of GeneticEngineering. Genetic modification of humans is illegal on Earth, but the space colonies are populated almost exclusively by an artificially enhanced breed of humanity known as Coordinators. Most of Earth falls under the authority of the Earth Alliance, which funded the construction of the [=PLANTs=] (huge, hourglass-shaped space colonies meant for use as orbital manufacturing and R&D centers); however, the Coordinators now living on the [=PLANTs=] seek independence from the Earth Alliance via the formation of a milita group called ZAFT. This basic conflict of interest, combined with the FantasticRacism between the genetically engineered [[BornWinner Coordinators]] and the unenhanced [[PunyEarthling Naturals]], eventually sparks a war between the Earth Alliance and ZAFT, that opens with a nuclear assault on ZAFT and only gets worse from thereon out. Meanwhile, the nations on Earth not falling under the umbrella of the Earth Alliance are forced to take sides or else risk the ire of both opposing factions.

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The story premise matches the standard ''Gundam'' fare by featuring a conflict between Earth and Space, but introduces an original twist in the form of widespread use of GeneticEngineering. Genetic modification of humans is illegal on Earth, but the space colonies are populated almost exclusively by an artificially enhanced breed of humanity known as Coordinators. Most of Earth falls under the authority of the Earth Alliance, which funded the construction of the [=PLANTs=] (huge, hourglass-shaped space colonies meant for use as orbital manufacturing and R&D centers); however, the Coordinators now living on the [=PLANTs=] seek independence from the Earth Alliance via the formation of a milita group called ZAFT. This basic conflict of interest, combined with the FantasticRacism between the genetically engineered [[BornWinner Coordinators]] and the unenhanced [[PunyEarthling Naturals]], eventually sparks a war between the Earth Alliance and ZAFT, that opens with a nuclear assault on ZAFT a PLANT and only gets worse from thereon out. Meanwhile, the nations on Earth not falling under the umbrella of the Earth Alliance are forced to take sides or else risk the ire of both opposing factions.
14th Sep '15 4:12:31 AM Doom23459
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* ChastityCouple: Kira and Lacus

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* ChastityCouple: Kira and LacusLacus [[spoiler:that we know of]]
22nd Aug '15 6:25:20 PM nombretomado
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* EarlyBirdCameo: Shinn Asuka, one of the main characters [[{{Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny}} of the sequel]], appears in Phases 35 and 39 of the HD Remaster.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Shinn Asuka, one of the main characters [[{{Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny}} [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny of the sequel]], appears in Phases 35 and 39 of the HD Remaster.



** The title of the series itself is an aversion, though. The lack of a "SEED Gundam" makes the show the only Gundam series to date that doesn't get at least part of its name from a specific mecha [[note]]the "G" in ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' presumably stands for the 'G'od Gundam, and [[MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny SEED's sequel series]] had the Destiny Gundam[[/note]]-- instead, "SEED" refers to the series' SuperMode.

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** The title of the series itself is an aversion, though. The lack of a "SEED Gundam" makes the show the only Gundam series to date that doesn't get at least part of its name from a specific mecha [[note]]the "G" in ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' presumably stands for the 'G'od Gundam, and [[MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny SEED's sequel series]] had the Destiny Gundam[[/note]]-- instead, "SEED" refers to the series' SuperMode.
21st Aug '15 6:14:39 PM nombretomado
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** Interestingly, for the majority of the series, the [[ZetaGundam 'Zeta' Char]] (Mu) is TheRival to the [[CharsCounterattack 'CCA' Char]] (Rau).

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** Interestingly, for the majority of the series, the [[ZetaGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam 'Zeta' Char]] (Mu) is TheRival to the [[CharsCounterattack [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack 'CCA' Char]] (Rau).
1st Aug '15 9:51:25 AM nombretomado
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** The title of the series itself is an aversion, though. The lack of a "SEED Gundam" makes the show the only Gundam series to date that doesn't get at least part of its name from a specific mecha [[note]]the "G" in MobileFighterGGundam presumably stands for the 'G'od Gundam, and [[MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny SEED's sequel series]] had the Destiny Gundam[[/note]]-- instead, "SEED" refers to the series' SuperMode.

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** The title of the series itself is an aversion, though. The lack of a "SEED Gundam" makes the show the only Gundam series to date that doesn't get at least part of its name from a specific mecha [[note]]the "G" in MobileFighterGGundam ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' presumably stands for the 'G'od Gundam, and [[MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny SEED's sequel series]] had the Destiny Gundam[[/note]]-- instead, "SEED" refers to the series' SuperMode.
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