History Fridge / Gundam00AWakeningOfTheTrailblazer

4th Jun '17 1:16:09 AM drillizer
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* The ELS sparked fridge brilliance within the timeline, an explanation to some of the alternative universe Gundams (Namely the Phoenix and it's research ability to reverse engineer everything). The ELS are responsible for the creation of the database within Phoenix. Until Ribbons ruined everything, that is.
11th Oct '16 9:03:58 PM drillizer
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** One of the side-stories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie. Celestial Being ends up intervening in that too, as in one such altercation during the war, an earth-operation variant of the Raphael Gundam, Dominions, showed up and proceeded to vaporize both sides by itself.

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** One of the side-stories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie. Celestial Being ends up intervening in that too, as in one such altercation during the war, an earth-operation variant of the Raphael Gundam, Dominions, showed up and proceeded to vaporize both one of the sides (The Old Human faction) by itself.itself, from hundreds of miles away. It's very likely this conflict did not last very long.
11th Oct '16 8:51:31 PM drillizer
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* At first glance, the film appears to forget or ignore the very real possibility that the increase in the numbers of Innovators and public knowledge of Innovades would likely lead to a world-shattering conflict, similar to the one between Coordinators and Naturals in ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Gundam SEED]]''. However, it makes sense in the 00 universe, where there would be the very real fear that any sort of large-scale conflict would cause Celestial Being to begin their armed interventions again.

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* At first glance, the film appears to forget or ignore the very real possibility that the increase in the numbers of Innovators and public knowledge of Innovades would likely lead to a world-shattering conflict, similar to the one between Coordinators and Naturals in ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Gundam SEED]]''. However, it makes sense in the 00 universe, where there would be the very real fear that any sort of large-scale conflict would cause Celestial Being to begin their armed interventions again. Considering the sheer amount of damage the 4th Generation Gundams are capable of inflicting (compared to what the units in seasons 1 and 2 could do, which was already quite large as is), that we're shown, it's probably in everyone's best interest not to incite anything.



** One of the side-stories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie.

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** One of the side-stories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie. Celestial Being ends up intervening in that too, as in one such altercation during the war, an earth-operation variant of the Raphael Gundam, Dominions, showed up and proceeded to vaporize both sides by itself.
8th Jul '15 7:38:00 AM MechWarrior
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* At first glance, the film appears to forget or ignore the very real possibility that the increase in the numbers of Innovators and public knowledge of Innovades would likely lead to a world-shattering conflict, similar to the one between Coordinators and Naturals in ''[[MobileSuitGundamSEED Gundam SEED]]''. However, it makes sense in the 00 universe, where there would be the very real fear that any sort of large-scale conflict would cause Celestial Being to begin their armed interventions again.

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* At first glance, the film appears to forget or ignore the very real possibility that the increase in the numbers of Innovators and public knowledge of Innovades would likely lead to a world-shattering conflict, similar to the one between Coordinators and Naturals in ''[[MobileSuitGundamSEED ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Gundam SEED]]''. However, it makes sense in the 00 universe, where there would be the very real fear that any sort of large-scale conflict would cause Celestial Being to begin their armed interventions again.



** One of the sidestories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie.

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** One of the sidestories side-stories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie.



* One thing that I noticed where that the ELS are clearly shown to have regenerative abilities yet when Setsuna blew up ELS-Not-Ribbons it crumbled. Then it hit me that in order to function, the ELS need a certain amount of mass and if the mass falls below a certain threshhold in a single ELS, then it is unable to maintain integrity and effectivly dies.

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* One thing that I noticed where that the ELS are clearly shown to have regenerative abilities yet when Setsuna blew up ELS-Not-Ribbons it crumbled. Then it hit me that in order to function, the ELS need a certain amount of mass and if the mass falls below a certain threshhold threshold in a single ELS, then it is unable to maintain integrity and effectivly dies.effectively die.
23rd Sep '14 12:59:02 AM matteste
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* The ELS sparked fridge brilliance within the timeline, an explanation to some of the alternative universe Gundams (Namely the Phoenix and it's research ability to reverse engineer everything). The ELS are responsible for the creation of the database within Phoenix. Until Ribbons ruined everything, that is.

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* The ELS sparked fridge brilliance within the timeline, an explanation to some of the alternative universe Gundams (Namely the Phoenix and it's research ability to reverse engineer everything). The ELS are responsible for the creation of the database within Phoenix. Until Ribbons ruined everything, that is.is.
* One thing that I noticed where that the ELS are clearly shown to have regenerative abilities yet when Setsuna blew up ELS-Not-Ribbons it crumbled. Then it hit me that in order to function, the ELS need a certain amount of mass and if the mass falls below a certain threshhold in a single ELS, then it is unable to maintain integrity and effectivly dies.
1st Sep '13 8:37:08 PM Tanebi
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* The ELS sparked fridge brilliance within the timeline, an explanation to some of the alternative universe Gundams (Namely the Phoenix and it's research ability to reverse engineer everything). The ELS are responsible for the creation of the database within Phoenix. That is until Ribbons ruined everything that is.

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* The ELS sparked fridge brilliance within the timeline, an explanation to some of the alternative universe Gundams (Namely the Phoenix and it's research ability to reverse engineer everything). The ELS are responsible for the creation of the database within Phoenix. That is until Until Ribbons ruined everything everything, that is.
22nd Feb '13 8:59:38 PM HollowHawk
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*** FridgeHorror on that: [[spoiler:Whatever happened to Sumeragi, Lockon II/Lyle, Allelujah/Hallelujah, Soma/Marie, the Vashtis, Lasse, Feldt, Kati, Patrick, etc., after 50 years? Simple, they could have died in that conflict.]]

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*** FridgeHorror on that: [[spoiler:Whatever happened to Sumeragi, Lockon II/Lyle, Allelujah/Hallelujah, Soma/Marie, the Vashtis, Lasse, Feldt, Kati, Patrick, etc.et al., after 50 years? Simple, they could have died in that conflict.]]
21st Feb '13 1:44:20 AM HollowHawk
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*** FridgeHorror on that: [[spoiler:Whatever happened to Sumeragi, Lockon II/Lyle, Allelujah/Hallelujah, Soma/Marie, the Vashtis, Lasse, Feldt, Kati, Patrick, etc., after 50 years? Simple, they could have died in that conflict.]]
2nd Feb '12 11:03:15 AM DarkHunter
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** One of the sidestories makes reference to an anti-Innovator and anti-ELS war that happens sometime after the movie.
30th Jan '12 4:48:31 PM Lightice
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** It's also explained at the start that after the crimes of the A-LAWS became public, it caused a huge backlash against military buildup in global scale, making everybody equally afraid of the possibility of war. This probably played a large part in avoiding large scale conflict, and the ELS ended up unifying mankind even further.
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