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22nd Mar '13 10:44:21 PM AJS
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*** [[spoiler: This would also explain why Asemu, the only main character that ISN'T an X-rounder is frequently the only person that is able to act without his emotions clouding his judgement or otherwise making poor decisions. Indeed in the final arc once he's grown past his teenager rebellion stage he's pretty much the only character that doesn't anything mind boggling stupid at least once.]]
22nd Mar '13 10:33:31 PM AJS
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* All 3 protagonists have varying viewpoints on the conflict. And all of them stem from the first Vegan they really get to know on a personal level. Flit meets Desil, who's a psychotic monster who kills a close friend, leading him to believe that Vegans are all monsters that will take away everything precious to him if he doesn't kill them all. Asemu on the other hand meets Zeheart who is a worthy and fair opponent, who showed him he could befriend him, and was only on the other side due to circumstances. This causes Asemu to take a strong but impersonal stance in the war. He really doesn't have anything against the Vegans, and would be open to peace but won't hesitate to kill them. Kio meanwhile meets Lu and Deen, not soldiers (at first) and sees them suffering and therefore believes that Vegans are all victims that deserve to be saved, and he is really unable to wrap his head about why other Vegans are evil (when Zeheart tricks them with the laser and blows a bunch of guys up he is literally unable to understand why). Of the 3 Asemu's view is the one that makes the most sense, while Flit and Kio come off as extremely close minded and irrational for different reasons (Flit for thinking all Vegans are like Desil, and Kio for thinking all Vegans are all Lu and Deen. Obviously they aren't. They are good and bad Vegans). Because Asemu isn't an X-Rounder which powers apparantly cloud judgement.
14th Mar '13 1:12:06 AM ReiKusanagi
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* Asemu's decision to paint the Dark Hound Red and Black (his mentor's least favorite colors) because those that knew him would never think he'd do that.
4th Nov '12 2:19:50 AM TranslatorDude
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** It is mentioned in the PSP game that the treatment is paid for eventually by an unknown source.
20th Sep '12 1:40:04 AM jackedup85
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** [[spoiler:Zeheart bringing Girard Spriggan into the battle, knowing full well how unhinged she can get in the battlefield.]]
18th Sep '12 7:42:57 PM eowynjedi
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* Shanalua Mullen has a young sister with an unspecified, but very serious illness that keeps her hospitalized and requires ''very'' expensive treatment. [[spoiler:The payments are the sole reason for Shanalua's [[TheMole spying gig for Vagan]]... but it doesn't take long before she is exposed and subsequently killed in battle, reaching for the FatalFamilyPhoto she kept in her Clanche's cockpit. So... what happens to her little sister, now totally alone in the world because her sister is dead as a traitor?]] The show has not, to date, addressed this loose end.
10th Aug '12 7:39:06 AM Mally0770
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** It wasn't quite legitimate. The reason the Vagan broke the peace was due to the willful neglect and cover-up by the Feddies, which bred a lot of resentment in them, enough to declare war once they got their hands on the EXA-DB fragment. Technically there was peace, but Ezelcant probably views the Federation's peace as built on rotten foundations and therefore not worth preserving.
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** It wasn't quite legitimate. The reason the Vagan broke the peace was due to the willful neglect and cover-up by the Feddies, which bred a lot of resentment in them, enough to declare war once they got their hands on the EXA-DB fragment. Technically there was peace, but Ezelcant probably views the Federation's peace as built on rotten foundations and therefore not worth preserving.preserving. *EXA-DB is the collective database of all the technology for war right? And i've stumbled upon the MSA-0120 Advanced Tactical Mobile Suit "ATMOS". http://gundam.wikia.com/wiki/MSA-0120_Advanced_Tactical_Mobile_Suit_%22ATMOS%22 This is the link. Doesn't the picture look familiar to a certain grunt suit from G1? Advanced technology indeed, if the wiki is anything to go by.
8th Aug '12 5:52:45 PM eowynjedi
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* Ezelcant claims that history proves that mankind will never be able to overcome the endless chain of violence they've been subject to throughout their history, but humanity ''did'' enter a legitimate era of peace that the Vagan shattered.
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* Ezelcant claims that history proves that mankind will never be able to overcome the endless chain of violence they've been subject to throughout their history, but humanity ''did'' enter a legitimate era of peace that the Vagan shattered.shattered. ** It wasn't quite legitimate. The reason the Vagan broke the peace was due to the willful neglect and cover-up by the Feddies, which bred a lot of resentment in them, enough to declare war once they got their hands on the EXA-DB fragment. Technically there was peace, but Ezelcant probably views the Federation's peace as built on rotten foundations and therefore not worth preserving.
7th Aug '12 12:01:40 PM SilverWings
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* Aaron Simmons, the commander of the strategic Luna Base, defects to the Vagans in G3 and hands the base over to their control while retaining his position. [[spoiler:In episode 43, we find out it's because he's a DirtyCoward whose primary motivation is not wanting to die. So... why in the world would he join the military when there's a war that's lasted 50+ years? That would make some sense in G1, but at this point it's obvious to anyone that joining the military is, in fact, A DANGEROUS JOB.]]
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* Aaron Simmons, the commander of the strategic Luna Base, defects to the Vagans in G3 and hands the base over to their control while retaining his position. [[spoiler:In episode 43, we find out it's because he's a DirtyCoward whose primary motivation is not wanting to die. So... why in the world would he join the military when there's a war that's lasted 50+ years? That would make some sense in G1, but at this point it's obvious to anyone that joining the military is, in fact, A DANGEROUS JOB.]]]] * Ezelcant claims that history proves that mankind will never be able to overcome the endless chain of violence they've been subject to throughout their history, but humanity ''did'' enter a legitimate era of peace that the Vagan shattered.
6th Aug '12 5:26:38 AM eowynjedi
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* [[spoiler: Once Kio starts taking plays from the books of Kira Yamato, the writers address the issue of leaving pilots incapacitated in the middle of a battlefield by having him block a few killing shots from his own side using the Gundam FX's funnels. Okay. What happens when his attention is drawn elsewhere, which happens pretty thoroughly in the next two episodes?]]
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* [[spoiler: Once Kio starts taking plays from the books of Kira Yamato, the writers address the issue of leaving pilots incapacitated in the middle of a battlefield by having him block a few killing shots from his own side using the Gundam FX's funnels. Okay. What happens when his attention is drawn elsewhere, which happens pretty thoroughly in the next two episodes?]]episodes?]] [[WMG:FridgeLogic]] * Aaron Simmons, the commander of the strategic Luna Base, defects to the Vagans in G3 and hands the base over to their control while retaining his position. [[spoiler:In episode 43, we find out it's because he's a DirtyCoward whose primary motivation is not wanting to die. So... why in the world would he join the military when there's a war that's lasted 50+ years? That would make some sense in G1, but at this point it's obvious to anyone that joining the military is, in fact, A DANGEROUS JOB.]]
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