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5th Feb '18 4:38:03 AM MagiMecha
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* ''Gundam Build Divers'' (2018-ongoing TV series)

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* ''Gundam Build Divers'' ''Anime/GundamBuildDivers'' (2018-ongoing TV series)
3rd Feb '18 5:38:19 PM dungbootle
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* ''Gundam Build Divers'' (2018- TV series)

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* ''Gundam Build Divers'' (2018- (2018-ongoing TV series)
3rd Feb '18 7:05:44 AM dungbootle
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* ''Gundam Build Divers'' (2018- TV series)
13th Dec '17 5:29:39 PM nombretomado
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** ''DynastyWarriorsGundam'' also features crossovers from the various universes, and the later entries in the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' have gone this direction as well.

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** ''DynastyWarriorsGundam'' ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' also features crossovers from the various universes, and the later entries in the ''VideoGame/GundamVsSeries'' have gone this direction as well.
28th Nov '17 7:08:22 PM livestockgeorge
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** On occasion it's not the ostensible protagonists. There are moments early in ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 00]]'' where the protagonists (who are committing terrorist acts against military targets to bring about world peace) occupy a sort of middle ground between antagonists who are actually pretty evil (but [[FreudianExcuse psychologically conflicted]]) and antagonists who are nice, morally sound people who happen to be fighting against the mysterious pseudo-terrorist group that just showed up. Later on, many of this latter group end up on the same side as or working with the protagonists, and then it becomes more clear-cut.



* ArmoredCoffins: Effective ejection systems are the exception rather than the rule in the franchise; in most instances, the pilot's best chance to survive is to pop the cockpit hatch and try to escape on foot -- which is rarely an option while your mecha is exploding.

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* ArmoredCoffins: Effective ejection systems are the exception rather than the rule in the franchise; in most instances, the pilot's best chance to survive is to pop the cockpit hatch and try to escape on foot -- which is rarely an option while your mecha is exploding.exploding, although... [[spoiler: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing cough-Heero-cough]]]]
28th Nov '17 5:08:23 AM nirao01
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' are only TV series that are totally devoid of a princess (or a princess-in-exile, or the daughter of an important official, be it government or a scientist) in a major and/or supporting role. And it's not uncommon for said character to be the [[ShipTease love interest]] for a major character, either[[note]]Of all the Gundam characters this trope applies to, there is only ONE who is not a love interest for a character in the show she appears in - Kycillia Zabi[[/note]].

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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'' and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' are the only TV series that are totally devoid of a princess (or a princess-in-exile, or the daughter of an important official, be it government or a scientist) in a major and/or supporting role. And it's not uncommon for said character to be the [[ShipTease love interest]] for a major character, either[[note]]Of all the Gundam characters this trope applies to, there is only ONE who is not a love interest for a character in the show she appears in - Kycillia Zabi[[/note]].


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* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Oftentimes TheFederation has uniforms for each gender with these matching colors.


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* ProtagonistTitle: Mostly it's the main protagonist who pilots the eponymous mecha. The few exceptions are ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' (referring to the BigBad's EvilPlan) and the [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Cosmic]] [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny Era]] shows (''SEED'' refers to a SuperMode possessed not only by the main protagonist. And while ''Destiny'' also refers to the VillainProtagonist's MidSeasonUpgrade, it also refers to the EvilPlan of the FinalBoss).


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* VehicleTitle: The eponymous Gundam is a HumongousMecha, after all. The only exceptions are ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' (ColonyDrop) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' (SuperMode).


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* WeaponTitle: The eponymous Gundams are {{Humongous Mecha}}s designed for warfare. Some works not named after the eponymous Gundams also count, such as ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' (ColonyDrop) and ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' (the characters' SuperMode).
7th Nov '17 7:45:56 PM Kuruni
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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's [[MechaExpansionPack Buster pack]] (equipped with powerful beam weapons and missile pods), Wing's [[WaveMotionGun Buster Rifle]], SEED's Buster Gundam (focused on heavy long-range firepower), and GBF Try's Team Build Busters (one of the top teams in Japan).
26th Oct '17 8:03:18 AM NativeJovian
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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's Buster pack[[note]]MechaExpansionPack that's focus on attack power[[/note]], Wing's Buster Rifle[[note]]a WaveMotionGun[[/note]], SEED's Buster Gundam[[note]]focus on long range attack with two guns that can be combined into a single gun for greater firepower[[/note]], and GBF Try's Team Build Busters[[note]]using Gundam Tryon 3, which is possibly the most powerful gunpla in the tournament[[/note]].

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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's [[MechaExpansionPack Buster pack[[note]]MechaExpansionPack that's focus on attack power[[/note]], pack]] (equipped with powerful beam weapons and missile pods), Wing's [[WaveMotionGun Buster Rifle[[note]]a WaveMotionGun[[/note]], Rifle]], SEED's Buster Gundam[[note]]focus Gundam (focused on long range attack with two guns that can be combined into a single gun for greater firepower[[/note]], heavy long-range firepower), and GBF Try's Team Build Busters[[note]]using Gundam Tryon 3, which is possibly Busters (one of the most powerful gunpla top teams in the tournament[[/note]].Japan).
25th Oct '17 10:12:17 PM Kuruni
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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's [[MechaExpansionPack Buster pack]], Wing's [[WaveMotionGun Buster Rifle]], SEED's Buster Gundam, and GBF Try's Team Build Busters.

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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's [[MechaExpansionPack Buster pack]], pack[[note]]MechaExpansionPack that's focus on attack power[[/note]], Wing's [[WaveMotionGun Buster Rifle]], Rifle[[note]]a WaveMotionGun[[/note]], SEED's Buster Gundam, Gundam[[note]]focus on long range attack with two guns that can be combined into a single gun for greater firepower[[/note]], and GBF Try's Team Build Busters.Busters[[note]]using Gundam Tryon 3, which is possibly the most powerful gunpla in the tournament[[/note]].
25th Oct '17 9:11:13 AM NativeJovian
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* BusterPower: Repeated use, from Victory Gundam's [[MechaExpansionPack Buster pack]], Wing's [[WaveMotionGun Buster Rifle]], SEED's Buster Gundam, and GBF Try's Team Build Busters.
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