History Anime / MobileSuitVictoryGundam

18th Dec '15 3:45:19 PM DarkHunter
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* ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics: Particularly {{egregious}} in a few episodes where the protagonists must refrain from destroying the enemy mobile suits during [[spoiler:the second Earth invasion arc]] in order to prevent their reactors from going nuclear and contaminating the landscape. While reactors that get pierced by beam weapons do make a big explosion from the plasma their I-field is containing suddenly releasing itself into the environment, this would cause the pressure within the reactor to drop, ''decreasing'' the rate of fusion and pretty much ensuring that there ''wouldn't'' be a nuclear explosion.[[note]]Note that the setting is so bleak that it's entirely possible that the engineers of both sides specifically designed the reactors to violently explode in order to dissuade attackers with the threat of a massive explosion as well as providing a self destruct mechanism that in addition prevents enemies from capturing and copying the more advanced machines.[[/note]] * ArtisticLicensePhysics: Some have called this on the beam rotor technology, pointing out that non-physical propellers would not displace air nearly enough to generate lift. [[AllThereInTheManual Supplementary materials]] indicate that the beam rotors do not work by displacing air at all, rather, the spinning of the beams acts as an external Minovsky Drive, generating a slight anti-gravity effect around them. It's not nearly as powerful as the fully internal Minovsky Drive System incorporated into the Victory Gundams, but still saves a ton on fuel consumption.

* NuclearPhysicsGoof: Particularly {{egregious}} in a few episodes where the protagonists must refrain from destroying the enemy mobile suits during [[spoiler:the second Earth invasion arc]] in order to prevent their reactors from going nuclear and contaminating the landscape. While reactors that get pierced by beam weapons do make a big explosion from the plasma their I-field is containing suddenly releasing itself into the environment, this would cause the pressure within the reactor to drop, ''decreasing'' the rate of fusion and pretty much ensuring that there ''wouldn't'' be a nuclear explosion.[[note]]Note that the setting is so bleak that it's entirely possible that the engineers of both sides specifically designed the reactors to violently explode in order to dissuade attackers with the threat of a massive explosion as well as providing a self destruct mechanism that in addition prevents enemies from capturing and copying the more advanced machines.[[/note]]
13th Oct '15 7:42:41 PM DarkHunter
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Super Robot Wars is a game, not a trope.
* VideoGame/SuperRobotWars: Hasn't appeared as many times as other Gundam series but nevertheless has appeared more than others. It has been used in 2G, [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha Alpha, Alpha Gaiden]], [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsDestiny D]] and ''VideoGame/ShinSuperRobotWars''. ** It was originally planned to be in ''[[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ Z]]''[[note]]Fans hacked the game data and discovered unused voice clips of Amuro supporting Uso (and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamZZ Judau]].[[/note]], but got cut for yet-unknown reasons.
21st Aug '15 9:40:11 PM nombretomado
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* HistoryRepeats: This series drives home just how much the Universal Century has failed to deliver on the original aspirations of those who founded it. A motif that is revisited in ''MobileSuitGundamUnicorn''.
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* HistoryRepeats: This series drives home just how much the Universal Century has failed to deliver on the original aspirations of those who founded it. A motif that is revisited in ''MobileSuitGundamUnicorn''.''Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn''.
20th Aug '15 8:34:50 PM tenjouutena
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slightly better quality image upload haha
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20th Aug '15 8:30:44 PM tenjouutena
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i thought the page would look nice with some dvd cover art that showed the characters better
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12th Jun '15 6:36:02 AM Juicehead_Baby
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Shakti.
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Shakti.Shakti, Marvette and the Massarik brothers.
28th May '15 10:19:45 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: The Zanscare are defeated and Uso and Shakti live happily ever after but at the cost of the lives of the Shrike Team, Odelo, the Reinforce Jr. crew, Uso's parents...]]
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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: The Zanscare are defeated and Uso and Shakti live happily ever after but at the cost of the lives of the Shrike Team, Odelo, the Reinforce Jr. crew, Uso's parents... Also, Katejina is still alive, but she won't be causing trouble anytime soon.]]
14th May '15 9:46:28 PM autofire
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* SpringtimeForHitler: A good chunk of the plot decisions were made by Tomino in a deliberate effort to kill the Gundam franchise and drive away the core fanbase, since he was [[CreatorBreakdown going through depression]], and [[ExecutiveMeddling was tired of Sunrise and Bandai making demands of him to write yet another Gundam series to sell toys]]. Ironically, it's because of all these decisions that Victory is sometimes viewed as one of his better series.
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* SpringtimeForHitler: A good chunk of the plot decisions were made by Tomino in a deliberate effort to [[TorchTheFranchiseAndRun kill the Gundam franchise and drive away the core fanbase, fanbase]], since he was [[CreatorBreakdown going through depression]], and [[ExecutiveMeddling was tired of Sunrise and Bandai making demands of him to write yet another Gundam series to sell toys]]. Ironically, it's because of all these decisions that Victory is sometimes viewed as one of his better series.
30th Apr '15 1:08:08 PM nombretomado
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* GundamVsSeries: ''Gundam vs. Gundam'' has Uso in the V and V2 Gundams. ''Next'' adds [[spoiler:Katejina]] in the Gedlav and Fuala in the Zanneck as a boss. ''Extreme Vs.'' drops the Victory and Gedlav in favor of Junko's Gun-EZ, but [[spoiler:Katejina]] returns with the Gottrlatan as {{DLC}}. ''Full Boost'' brings back the Victory. On top of all this, machines like the Gunblastor, Javelin, and V-Hexa show up as CPU-only opponents in the games' mission modes (and as of ''Full Boost'' as regular opponents).
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* GundamVsSeries: VideoGame/GundamVsSeries: ''Gundam vs. Gundam'' has Uso in the V and V2 Gundams. ''Next'' adds [[spoiler:Katejina]] in the Gedlav and Fuala in the Zanneck as a boss. ''Extreme Vs.'' drops the Victory and Gedlav in favor of Junko's Gun-EZ, but [[spoiler:Katejina]] returns with the Gottrlatan as {{DLC}}. ''Full Boost'' brings back the Victory. On top of all this, machines like the Gunblastor, Javelin, and V-Hexa show up as CPU-only opponents in the games' mission modes (and as of ''Full Boost'' as regular opponents).
21st Dec '14 5:03:40 AM Nitramy
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the image montage is from the 2nd opening, not the 1st
[[caption-width-right:320:''[[SoundtrackDissonance Stand]] [[NeverTrustATrailer up to]] [[BaitAndSwitchCredits the Victory]]''.]]
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[[caption-width-right:320:''[[SoundtrackDissonance Stand]] Don't Stop,]] [[NeverTrustATrailer up to]] Carry On!]] [[BaitAndSwitchCredits the Victory]]''.Don't Stop, Shining On!]]''.]]
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