History Anime / MobileSuitGundamUnicorn

12th Nov '15 10:21:03 AM valar55
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[[caption-width-right:245:''I feel you by my side. I know I'm not alone''.[[labelnote:*]]Pictured above: [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Banagher Links]] and the [[MacGuffin RX-0 Unicorn Gundam]].[[/labelnote]]]]
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[[caption-width-right:245:''I feel you by my side. I know I'm not alone''.[[labelnote:*]]Pictured [[note]]Pictured above: [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Banagher Links]] and the [[MacGuffin RX-0 Unicorn Gundam]].[[/labelnote]]]] [[/note]]]]
11th Nov '15 8:46:28 PM Doug86
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** The [[spoiler:Newtype memory sequence]] in the final episode begins and largely plays out like something straight out of ''[[ASpaceOdyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey]]''. [[spoiler:More specifically, the infamous Stargate sequence.]]
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** The [[spoiler:Newtype memory sequence]] in the final episode begins and largely plays out like something straight out of ''[[ASpaceOdyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey]]''.''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''. [[spoiler:More specifically, the infamous Stargate sequence.]]
10th Nov '15 5:43:05 AM Jeran
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* PsychicPowers: Welcome back to Universal Century; there will be [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtypes]]. So far we have [[spoiler:Banagher, Audrey/Mineva, Full Frontal, Marida, Riddhe and Loni]].
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* PsychicPowers: Welcome back to As usual for a work set in the Universal Century; there will be Century, [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtypes]].Newtypes]] dominate the main cast. So far we have [[spoiler:Banagher, Audrey/Mineva, Full Frontal, Marida, Riddhe and Loni]]. The OVA also distinguishes itself by featuring quite possibly the most powerful Newtype ''ever'' in the form of [[spoiler: Banagher Links]].
13th Oct '15 7:39:47 PM DarkHunter
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Super Robot Wars is a game, not a trope.
* VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Making its debut in ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ Super Robot Wars Z3: Jigoku-hen]]''. Notably, its debut was announced before the airing of the final episode. As such, it can be concluded that Unicorn's story won't be completed until ''Z3'''s second half is released.
7th Oct '15 9:01:28 PM msq
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** Laplace's Box itself arguably counts. [[spoiler:Initially, all the Box was good for aside from justifying the Federation's power was as a bargaining chip that could do little more than cause a political scandal. By the time Zeon Deikun came into prominence and the One Year War, the Box had taken on far more weight to the point that it could crush the Federation and justify Spacenoid supremacy if it were to fall outside of the Vist Foundation.]]
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** Laplace's Box itself arguably counts. [[spoiler:Initially, all the Box was good for aside from justifying the Federation's power was as a bargaining chip that could do little more than cause a political scandal. By the time Zeon Deikun came into prominence and the One Year War, the Box had taken on far more weight than it originally had to the point that it could crush the Federation and justify Spacenoid supremacy if it were to fall outside of the Vist Foundation.]]

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** Laplace's Box itself arguably counts. [[spoiler:Initially, all Anaheim Electronics itself, which is further highlighted in the Box novels. It originally was good for aside from justifying just an electrics company in North America owned by the Federation's Carbines. Over generations (and thanks in part to Syam Vist's machinations), it grew in power was as a bargaining chip that could do little more than cause a political scandal. and influence within the Federation. By the time Zeon Deikun came into prominence and the One Year War, series takes place, it's very much ''the'' MegaCorp in the Box had taken on far more weight Earth Sphere in addition to being the point that it could crush the Federation and justify Spacenoid supremacy if it were to fall outside of public front for the Vist Foundation.]]Foundation, though SNRI is beginning to steal some of its thunder.
10th Sep '15 10:47:11 PM msq
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** As the Battle of Torrington shows, the Earth Federation forces also use what older equipment's available, ranging from the almost new Byarlant Kai, to Zeta-era Nemo III and Guntank II, to the One Year War-era Aqua GM..
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** As the Battle of Torrington shows, the Earth Federation forces also use what older equipment's available, ranging from the almost new Byarlant Kai, to Zeta-era Nemo III and Guntank II, to the One Year War-era Aqua GM..GM. In their case, it's justified in that they're being deployed by backwater reserves and local garrisons instead of the top-of-the-line models the rest of the Earth Federation forces use.

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** As SNRI itself is another downplayed example, as at this point in the Battle of Torrington shows, UC timeline, it's just beginning to steal the Earth Federation forces also use what older equipment's available, ranging thunder from the almost new Byarlant Kai, to Zeta-era Nemo III and Guntank II, to the One Year War-era Aqua GM..Anaheim Electronics.
10th Sep '15 7:26:56 PM msq
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The third Unicorn Gundam, the "Phenex" (which appears in the ''One of Seventy-Two'' side-story) seems to disappear from the main UC timeline. [[spoiler:Only to re-emerge several generations later in the ''From the Past to the Future'' OVA of ''GundamReconguistaInG.'']]
24th Aug '15 10:11:16 AM Fluid
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* TheChosenOne: After a long career of guiding them and seeing them change the course of history, Bright has started to view Gundam pilots like this.
23rd Aug '15 2:11:39 PM nombretomado
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* ElaborateUndergroundBase: [[spoiler:It's revealed in Episode Seven that the Vist Foundation along with their Federation allies are running the refurbished [[MobileSuitZetaGundam Gryps Laser]] from the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, which is a RealLife example of this trope. It's also shown to be heavily defended.]]
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* ElaborateUndergroundBase: [[spoiler:It's revealed in Episode Seven that the Vist Foundation along with their Federation allies are running the refurbished [[MobileSuitZetaGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Gryps Laser]] from the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, which is a RealLife example of this trope. It's also shown to be heavily defended.]]

** [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-UIZPXSjwbjI/U0wn7m-zKqI/AAAAAAAFyzY/-WDpoNFxZXc/s1600/112233.jpg This poster]] for Episode 7 is very reminiscent of both old ''StarWars'' art from TheEighties as well as [[http://ghostlightning.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/gundam-zeta-star-wars-mashup-char-solo-kamille-skywaker-fa-organna_thumb.jpg this poster]] for ''MobileSuitZetaGundam.''
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** [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-UIZPXSjwbjI/U0wn7m-zKqI/AAAAAAAFyzY/-WDpoNFxZXc/s1600/112233.jpg This poster]] for Episode 7 is very reminiscent of both old ''StarWars'' art from TheEighties as well as [[http://ghostlightning.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/gundam-zeta-star-wars-mashup-char-solo-kamille-skywaker-fa-organna_thumb.jpg this poster]] for ''MobileSuitZetaGundam.''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam.''
21st Aug '15 6:32:29 PM nombretomado
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* CallForward: Sadly much less pronounced given that much of the plot takes place about three years after ''Char's Counterattack'', but there are a few nods to ''GundamF91'' here and there. The transforming APC Mobile Suit Loto is a forerunner of the Guntank R-44 and the salvage company Banagher has a part time job at, the Buch Concern, is owned by the Ronah family[[note]]Buch being their original name before they bought the name and aristocratic titles of the original Ronahs, a family of European nobles who'd fallen on hard times[[/note]] and later goes on to manufacture most of their mobile suits.
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* CallForward: Sadly much less pronounced given that much of the plot takes place about three years after ''Char's Counterattack'', but there are a few nods to ''GundamF91'' ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamF91'' here and there. The transforming APC Mobile Suit Loto is a forerunner of the Guntank R-44 and the salvage company Banagher has a part time job at, the Buch Concern, is owned by the Ronah family[[note]]Buch being their original name before they bought the name and aristocratic titles of the original Ronahs, a family of European nobles who'd fallen on hard times[[/note]] and later goes on to manufacture most of their mobile suits.

* MegaCorp: Anaheim Electronics, though it no longer has a monopoly with the introduction of [[GundamF91 SNRI]], who made the [=D50C=] Loto. It's also revealed however (at least in the novel) that the man who came to be known as Syam Vist was responsible for backing Anaheim, which was originally a run off the mill electrics company in North America to the point that by 0096, the corporation is effectively a front for the Vist Foundation.
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* MegaCorp: Anaheim Electronics, though it no longer has a monopoly with the introduction of [[GundamF91 [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamF91 SNRI]], who made the [=D50C=] Loto. It's also revealed however (at least in the novel) that the man who came to be known as Syam Vist was responsible for backing Anaheim, which was originally a run off the mill electrics company in North America to the point that by 0096, the corporation is effectively a front for the Vist Foundation.
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