History Characters / Gundam00AWakeningOfTheTrailblazer

4th Jun '17 12:52:35 AM drillizer
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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: They really do not seem to understand the value humans place on individual lives. Or on individuality. In fact, it might be said that they are just as confused by the nature of human life as we are by them. [[spoiler: And when a chat with Setsuna reveals to them that their normal method of communication is dangerous to earth, and that their reaction to being attacked as a result is not helping things, they IMMEDIATLEY cease all hostilities, form a symbol of piece, and ultimately end up in symbiosis with humanity as a whole. Granted they also side against the Old Human Faction later on, but that had more to do with the fact that said side wanted them dead as well and they certainly strayed from repeating their actions during the movie.]]

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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: They really do not seem to understand the value humans place on individual lives. Or on individuality. In fact, it might be said that they are just as confused by the nature of human life as we are by them. [[spoiler: And when a chat with Setsuna reveals to them that their normal method of communication is dangerous to earth, and that their reaction to being attacked as a result is not helping things, they IMMEDIATLEY IMMEDIATELY cease all hostilities, form a symbol of piece, and ultimately end up in symbiosis with humanity as a whole. Granted they also side against the Old Human Faction later on, but that had more to do with the fact that said side wanted them dead as well and they certainly strayed from repeating their actions during the movie.]]



* StarfishAliens: They are made of metal. They can shapeshift in seconds. They are psychic. They can assimilate things. They live in gas giants... actually, compared to recent depictions of aliens in other series around the time of 00's airing and even currently, there isn't ''anything'' familiar about them to Earth lifeforms. In Fact, somehow they're even more alien than the [Anime/EurekaSeven Coralians]]'' ever were, which is saying something, but as the same time eerily realistic.

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* StarfishAliens: They are made of metal. They can shapeshift in seconds. They are psychic. They can assimilate things. They live in gas giants... actually, compared to recent depictions of aliens in other series around the time of 00's airing and even currently, there isn't ''anything'' familiar about them to Earth lifeforms. In Fact, somehow they're even more alien than the [Anime/EurekaSeven ''[[Anime/EurekaSeven Coralians]]'' ever were, which is saying something, but as the same time eerily realistic.
4th Jun '17 12:49:26 AM drillizer
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* IdenticalStranger: To Nena. [[spoiler: Apparently, she's her naturally-born counterpart.]]

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* IdenticalStranger: To Nena. [[spoiler: Apparently, she's her naturally-born counterpart.counterpart, her family line being where Nena's DNA came from.]]



A young man who talks with Aeolia Schenberg in the epilogue. [[AllThereInTheManual As the novel adaptation describes]], he became the model for [[BigBad Ribbons Almark]] and subsequent [[ArtificialHuman Innovades]].

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A young man who talks with Aeolia Schenberg in the epilogue. [[AllThereInTheManual As the novel adaptation describes]], he became the model for [[BigBad Ribbons Almark]] and subsequent green-haired [[ArtificialHuman Innovades]].
Innovades]] in both the main show and it's various expanded materials.



* {{Expy}}: Inverted. Ribbons was actually modeled after his appearance.

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* {{Expy}}: Inverted. Ribbons was actually modeled after his appearance.appearance, but DEFINETLY not after his personality.



* ShoutOut / ContinuityNod: E.A. could either mean [[FanNickname Evil Amuro]] or [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Ensign Amuro]]. And given who his [[Creator/ToruFuruya seiyu is]]...

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* ShoutOut / ContinuityNod: E.A. could either mean stand for [[FanNickname Evil Amuro]] or [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Ensign Amuro]]. And given who his [[Creator/ToruFuruya seiyu is]]...is]], it's pretty obvious.



* AliensAreBastards: [[spoiler:Averted. They honestly didn't know they were hurting humanity by their actions, and they stop the instant they find out they are.]]
* AssimilationPlot: [[spoiler:Or is it?]]
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: They really do not seem to understand the value humans place on individual lives. Or on individuality. In fact, it might be said that they are just as confused by the nature of human life as we are by them.

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* AliensAreBastards: [[spoiler:Averted. They honestly didn't know they were hurting humanity by their actions, as one of their main methods of communication is assimilating with things they come into contact with, and they stop the instant they find out they are.just what kind of damage they've been doing, ultimately revealing themselves to be quite peaceful.]]
* AssimilationPlot: [[spoiler:Or [[spoiler:How it seems until Setsuna is it?]]
finally able to make contact with them.]]
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: They really do not seem to understand the value humans place on individual lives. Or on individuality. In fact, it might be said that they are just as confused by the nature of human life as we are by them. [[spoiler: And when a chat with Setsuna reveals to them that their normal method of communication is dangerous to earth, and that their reaction to being attacked as a result is not helping things, they IMMEDIATLEY cease all hostilities, form a symbol of piece, and ultimately end up in symbiosis with humanity as a whole. Granted they also side against the Old Human Faction later on, but that had more to do with the fact that said side wanted them dead as well and they certainly strayed from repeating their actions during the movie.]]



* FirstContact: The first-ever aliens to appear in the Franchise/{{Gundam}} franchise.

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* FirstContact: The first-ever aliens to appear in the Franchise/{{Gundam}} franchise. They are also notable for being one of the more recent depictions of aliens both during the film's airing and years afterwards that aren't some kind of humanoid/insectoid creature, instead being a truly alien lifeform in every single way



* HiveMind: Or at least, that's what is suggested. The structure of their mind is completely alien to that of a human's.

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* HiveMind: Or at least, that's what is suggested. An advanced version. The structure of their mind is completely alien to that of a human's.human's, and they all share a mental link. This is to the point where, when they start absorbing and copying GNX-IVs, said link makes them far more dangerous than their human-piloted counterparts due to said shared link and shared vision.



* PoorCommunicationKills: Played [[BodyHorror horrifyingly]] straight.
* PowerCopying: They begin doing this in the final battle, copying warship and mobile suit designs. This also makes them a ''lot'' more effective in combat.

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* PoorCommunicationKills: Played [[BodyHorror horrifyingly]] straight.
straight, as their only method of communication besides quantum interfacing is painfully assimilating whatever they touch, humans included..
* PowerCopying: They begin doing this in the final battle, copying warship and mobile suit designs. This also makes them a ''lot'' more effective in combat.combat, as their HiveMind allows them to utilize tactics and the machines they copy to levels far higher than a squad of pilots ever could.



* StarfishAliens: They are made of metal. They can shapeshift in seconds. They are psychic. They can assimilate things. They live in gas giants... actually, is there ''anything'' familiar about them to Earth lifeforms?

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* StarfishAliens: They are made of metal. They can shapeshift in seconds. They are psychic. They can assimilate things. They live in gas giants... actually, is compared to recent depictions of aliens in other series around the time of 00's airing and even currently, there isn't ''anything'' familiar about them to Earth lifeforms?lifeforms. In Fact, somehow they're even more alien than the [Anime/EurekaSeven Coralians]]'' ever were, which is saying something, but as the same time eerily realistic.



* VoluntaryShapeShifting: There are several forms they seem to gravitate to by default, but it's pretty clear that they can take any form they desire, with no limitation other than size.

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* VoluntaryShapeShifting: There are several forms they seem to gravitate to by default, but it's pretty clear that they can take any form they desire, with no limitation other than size.size (and even that could be called into question).
17th May '17 12:12:35 PM KZN02
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* InvadingRefugees: See [[DoomedHometown DoomedPlanet]] above.
13th Feb '17 7:28:59 PM malias
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21st Oct '16 3:13:22 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}
** EmpoweredBadassNormal

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EmpoweredBadassNormal



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* {{Badass}}
28th Sep '16 12:56:22 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* HimeCut



* PlatonicLifePartners: According to Setsuna and her, and they make sure to emphasize this.
** [[spoiler:Not that it stops them from ultimately getting married in the manga adaptation though. Which according to the mangaka is purely symbolic.]]

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* PlatonicLifePartners: According to Setsuna and her, and they make sure to emphasize this.
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this. [[spoiler:Not that it stops them from ultimately getting married in the manga adaptation though.adaptation. Which according to the mangaka is purely symbolic.]]



* ReplacementGoldfish: To a degree, Setsuna sees her as a mother figure - it doens't help that she ''does'' look like a younger version of his MissingMom.

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* ReplacementGoldfish: To a degree, Setsuna sees her as a mother figure - it doens't help helps the perception of this trope that she ''does'' look like a younger version of his MissingMom.
3rd Sep '16 10:34:14 AM Dragon95
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* ImpliedLoveInterest: To Setsuna as his feelings for Marina are platonic.
3rd Sep '16 10:29:57 AM Dragon95
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** [[spoiler: He chooses Marina in the manga adaptation while the movie leaves it ambiguous.]]
16th Apr '16 4:33:06 AM AgentSkyblueM7
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* ParentalAbandonment: His ActionMom died when he was young, causing him [[CallingTheOldManOut to hate his father.]] Years later, he became a SelfMadeOrphan killing him.

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* ParentalAbandonment: His ActionMom died when he was young, causing him [[CallingTheOldManOut to hate his father.]] Years later, he became a SelfMadeOrphan killing him. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone Nowadays, he regrets doing so]].
21st Mar '16 4:09:26 AM Adept
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Voiced by Creator/ToruFuruya (Japanese) and Creator/MichaelAdamtwaite (English)

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Voiced by Creator/ToruFuruya (Japanese) and Creator/MichaelAdamtwaite Creator/MichaelAdamthwaite (English)
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