History Headscratchers / MobileSuitZetaGundam

1st Apr '15 9:09:23 PM nombretomado
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* Okay why can't I find any reference to Paptimus being a female supremacist of sorts online? Or does he only say he wants a woman to rule the Earth Sphere in the ''DynastyWarriors: Gundam'' games?

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* Okay why can't I find any reference to Paptimus being a female supremacist of sorts online? Or does he only say he wants a woman to rule the Earth Sphere in the ''DynastyWarriors: Gundam'' ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam'' games?
8th Nov '14 9:42:45 AM KirbyHead
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** Can't remember: did he even park in the same place as the others? If he did and he saw the Hyaku Shiki, he might have prioritized saving/backing up Quattro before taking out the other MSs. That's a good question, though.
17th Jan '14 12:43:58 PM DarkHunter
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**** Even so, doesn't make much sense that the Titans, the faction formed to stamp out Zeon remnants or uprisings are now using suits either based off of their design like the Marasai and Barzam or are outright successors to them like Hizack and Galbaldy Beta. Isn't that kind of hurting their already bad public image?

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**** *** Even so, doesn't make much sense that the Titans, the faction formed to stamp out Zeon remnants or uprisings are now using suits either based off of their design like the Marasai and Barzam or are outright successors to them like Hizack and Galbaldy Beta. Isn't that kind of hurting their already bad public image?
*** The Titans don't give a crap about their public image: they are the power in space, and it's their way or the highway. Besides, the Zeon-derived designs tend to look intimidating and that's often what the Titans are going for. It could also be a backhanded way of insulting Zeon sympathizers by using their own weapons against them.
13th Jan '14 8:38:55 AM Orihime
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** Because she already made the point that she really, REALLY hated the circles of power and higher-ups. Multiple times, in MSG. It's highly likely that she actually married Bright ''because'' it would give her an excuse to stay under the radar as a military wife who has rejected that corrupted world. Besides, the high-ranked people have other priorities than attempting to twist the arm of a girl who already hates them, and (mor importantly) whose influence likely disappeared after her dad died AND she broke off her engagement to Cameron.

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** Because she already made the point that [[ModestRoyalty she really, REALLY hated the circles of power and higher-ups. Multiple times, higher-ups.]] '''Multiple times''', in MSG. It's highly likely that she [[GenreSavvy she]] actually married Bright (aside of her reciprocating his feelings for her) ''because'' it would give her an excuse to stay under the radar [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere as a military wife who has rejected that corrupted world. world.]] Besides, the high-ranked people have other priorities than attempting to twist the arm of a girl who already hates them, and (mor (more importantly) whose influence likely disappeared after her dad died AND she broke off her engagement to Cameron.
5th Jan '14 3:12:44 PM Storm
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** I saw it as Tomino's (failed) attempt to have comic relief and kid appeal characters. It was the same in the original show (where Fraw Bow had a similar babysitter role).
2nd Jan '14 1:54:11 AM amory
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* Hey friends, can someone tell me when exactly (which episode) the EFF officially denounced the Titans? I'm not sure if it just wasn't explained well in the series or if maybe I wasn't paying attention (ehhh probably the latter!), but this fact completely went over my head while I was watching the series.

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* Hey friends, can someone tell me when exactly (which episode) the EFF officially denounced the Titans? I'm not sure if it just wasn't explained well in the series or if maybe I wasn't paying attention (ehhh probably the latter!), but this fact completely went over my head while I was watching the series.series.
** ** Found it: The beginning of episode 39. Jamitov and Bask Om are having a conversation about strategy when Bask says what basically amounts to: "You don't think there's a chance the EFF will reverse their decision to revoke your mandate (ie, the original order forming the Titans) anytime soon, do you?"
2nd Jan '14 12:26:32 AM amory
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* The theater scene at the end of the series raises an important question: Everybody left their mobile suits to have this conversation, but is there an explanation for why Kamille never just took out the Qubeley or the The-O before he went inside? Would've saved everybody some grief.

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* The theater scene at the end of the series raises an important question: Everybody left their mobile suits to have this conversation, but is there an explanation for why Kamille never just took out the Qubeley or the The-O before he went inside? Would've saved everybody some grief.grief.

* Hey friends, can someone tell me when exactly (which episode) the EFF officially denounced the Titans? I'm not sure if it just wasn't explained well in the series or if maybe I wasn't paying attention (ehhh probably the latter!), but this fact completely went over my head while I was watching the series.
1st Dec '13 8:48:11 PM Kaihedgie
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****Even so, doesn't make much sense that the Titans, the faction formed to stamp out Zeon remnants or uprisings are now using suits either based off of their design like the Marasai and Barzam or are outright successors to them like Hizack and Galbaldy Beta. Isn't that kind of hurting their already bad public image?
19th Feb '13 1:34:08 AM MMTrigger
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*** Maybe Scirocco is the kind of person that Camille would have grown into, had he stayed in the colonies and followed a military career?

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*** Maybe Scirocco is the kind of person that Camille would have grown into, had he stayed in the colonies and followed a military career?career?
* The theater scene at the end of the series raises an important question: Everybody left their mobile suits to have this conversation, but is there an explanation for why Kamille never just took out the Qubeley or the The-O before he went inside? Would've saved everybody some grief.
21st Nov '12 5:22:44 AM Orihime
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** Because she already made the point that she really, REALLY hated the circles of power and higher-ups. Multiple times, in MSG. It's highly likely that she actually married Bright ''because'' it would give her an excuse to stay under the radar as a military wife who has rejected that corrupted world. Besides, the high-ranked people have other priorities than attempting to twist the arm of a girl who already hates them, and (mor importantly) whose influence likely disappeared after her dad died AND she broke off her engagement to Cameron.












** Scirocco exhibits a lot of the same behaviors Camille does, just on a higher-functioning scale - they're both much more interested in machines than people and have poor interpersonal skills. In Camille's case, this is because he facilitates wildly between moods. In Scirocco's case, he seems unable to relate to anyone except insofar in their use to him. I always saw Scirocco as a foil for Camille, an older, more jaded reflection of the hero with his innate intelligence amplified into bonafide genius but lacking any trace of Camille's compassion.

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** Scirocco exhibits a lot of the same behaviors Camille does, just on a higher-functioning scale - they're both much more interested in machines than people and have poor interpersonal skills. In Camille's case, this is because he facilitates wildly between moods. In Scirocco's case, he seems unable to relate to anyone except insofar in their use to him. I always saw Scirocco as a foil for Camille, an older, more jaded reflection of the hero with his innate intelligence amplified into bonafide genius but lacking any trace of Camille's compassion.compassion.
*** Maybe Scirocco is the kind of person that Camille would have grown into, had he stayed in the colonies and followed a military career?
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