History Manga / MobileSuitGundamEcoleDuCiel

6th Dec '15 4:46:15 AM pihip
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* AxCrazy: [[spoiler: Erisia, post-TimeSkip]]

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* AxCrazy: [[spoiler: Erisia, post-TimeSkip]]post-TimeSkip]].
6th Dec '15 4:44:50 AM pihip
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6th Dec '15 4:41:11 AM pihip
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* ActionGirl (Asuna and [[TheCaptain Marie]], primarily.) - Which marks a notable departure from Gundam tradition, as Asuna is only the second female protagonist of Franchise/{{Gundam}} to date.
* AxeCrazy ([[spoiler: Erisia, post-TimeSkip]])

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* ActionGirl (Asuna ActionGirl: Asuna and [[TheCaptain Marie]], primarily.) - primarily. Which marks a notable departure from Gundam tradition, as Asuna is only the second female protagonist of Franchise/{{Gundam}} to date.
* AxeCrazy ([[spoiler: AxCrazy: [[spoiler: Erisia, post-TimeSkip]])post-TimeSkip]]



* TheCaptain (Marie)
* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'', there is a passing reference to the Gundamjack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
* CrossOver (The timeline crosses a little bit into ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]''.)
* FantasticRacism (Asuna faces a lot of this in the short snippet where she enrolls into "Ecole Du Ciel".)
%%* FragileSpeedster (Mecha designer Yoshinori Sayama describes the Le Cygne as a "[[{{Ninja}} Kunoichi]] Gundam".
* GeoEffects (Asuna [[LetsGetDangerous pilots really well]] in Space. On Earth or in a colony, however, she's not so good.)
* GratuitousFrench (The titular ''Ecole du Ciel'', plus the GM Canard and the Le Cygne. Justified by the Ecole du Ciel being located in Canada.
* HostageForMacGuffin (At one point, the Titans take Asuna's mother hostage and demands Asuna in exchange.)
* HotBlooded (Francis.)
* HotbloodedSideburns (Francis has these. [[HotBlooded Figures.]])
* LadyOfWar (Marie fits this. [[spoiler: Erisia]] probably would have grown into one [[{{Brainwashed}} except...]])
* LethalChef (Asuna)
* HumongousMecha (It's a Gundam series, duh.)
* PsychicPowers (This is Universal Century Gundam. There will be [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtypes]]. But, more specifically, [[spoiler: Asuna, Marie, Akira and post-TimeSkip Erisia (see below), among others.]])
* SoundtrackDissonance (manga version: "Happy Birthday to You" seems to be playing as [[spoiler: Marie's Pirates are decimated.]])
* SpacePirate (Marie's Pirates, enough said.)
* TokenMiniMoe (Juna)
* TykeBomb ([[spoiler: Apparently, Asuna and Akira are TykeBombs trained by Zeon, sometime during [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam the One Year War.]]]])
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ([[spoiler: Sometime during the TimeSkip, Erisia becomes a [[PsychicPowers Cyber-Newtype.]] Anyone familiar with ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'' will know what that means. For everyone else, see the entry for AxeCrazy above.]])

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* TheCaptain (Marie)
TheCaptain: Marie, of her space pirates gang. Then there's Bernardo Ferre.
* ContinuityNod (all ContinuityNod: All over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'', [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]], there is a passing reference to the Gundamjack Gundam Mk-II theft that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
Dakar speech.
* CrossOver (The CrossOver: The timeline crosses a little bit into ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]''.)
Gundam]].
* FantasticRacism (Asuna FantasticRacism: Asuna faces a lot of this in the short snippet where she enrolls into "Ecole Du Ciel".)
%%* FragileSpeedster (Mecha
Ciel" due to being from Zeon.
* FragileSpeedster: Mecha
designer Yoshinori Sayama describes the Le Cygne as a "[[{{Ninja}} Kunoichi]] Gundam".
Gundam". It can't tank shots well, but has exceptional mobility.
* GeoEffects (Asuna GeoEffects: Asuna [[LetsGetDangerous pilots really well]] in Space. space. On Earth or in a colony, however, she's not so good.)
good.
* GratuitousFrench (The GratuitousFrench: The titular ''Ecole du Ciel'', plus the GM Canard Canard, the Le Cygne and the Le Cygne.Gemeaux mobile suits. Justified by the Ecole du Ciel being located in Canada.
* HostageForMacGuffin (At HostageForMacGuffin: At one point, the Titans take Asuna's mother hostage and demands demand Asuna in exchange.)
exchange.
* HotBlooded (Francis.)
HotBlooded: Francis.
* HotbloodedSideburns (Francis HotbloodedSideburns: Francis has these. [[HotBlooded Figures.]])
]]
* LadyOfWar (Marie LadyOfWar: Marie fits this. [[spoiler: Erisia]] probably would have grown into one [[{{Brainwashed}} except...]])
one, [[{{BrainwashedAndCrazy}} except the Titans got to her first]].
* LethalChef (Asuna)
LethalChef: Asuna.
* HumongousMecha (It's HumongousMecha: It's a Gundam series, duh.)
duh.
* PsychicPowers (This PsychicPowers: This is Universal Century Gundam. There will be [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtypes]]. But, more specifically, Newtypes. More prominently, [[spoiler: Asuna, Marie, Akira and post-TimeSkip Erisia (see below), among others.]])
]]
* SoundtrackDissonance (manga version: SoundtrackDissonance: "Happy Birthday to You" seems to be playing as [[spoiler: Marie's Pirates pirates are being decimated.]])
]]
* SpacePirate (Marie's SpacePirate: Marie's Pirates, enough said.)
said.
* TokenMiniMoe (Juna)
TokenMiniMoe: Juna.
* TykeBomb ([[spoiler: Apparently, TykeBomb: [[spoiler: Asuna and Akira are TykeBombs trained by Zeon, sometime during [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam the One Year War.]]]])
]]]]
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ([[spoiler: WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: [[spoiler: Sometime during the TimeSkip, Erisia becomes a [[PsychicPowers Cyber-Newtype.]] Cyber-Newtype]]. Anyone familiar with ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'' Gundam]] will know what that means. For everyone else, see the entry for AxeCrazy above.]])
means.]]
23rd Sep '15 10:19:34 AM Willbyr
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1st Sep '15 11:33:09 AM HighCrate
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* FragileSpeedster (Mecha designer Yoshinori Sayama describes the Le Cygne as a "[[{{Ninja}} Kunoichi]] Gundam".

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* %%* FragileSpeedster (Mecha designer Yoshinori Sayama describes the Le Cygne as a "[[{{Ninja}} Kunoichi]] Gundam".
23rd Aug '15 2:33:11 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, there is a passing reference to the Gundamjack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)

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* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, ''Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam'', there is a passing reference to the Gundamjack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
4th Nov '14 1:32:13 AM Darkton
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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[note]] roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"[[/note]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' Franchise/{{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].

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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[note]] roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"[[/note]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' Franchise/{{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].
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5th Aug '13 10:41:34 AM MacronNotes
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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[hottip:*: roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' Franchise/{{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].

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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[hottip:*: [[note]] roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"]] Sky"[[/note]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' Franchise/{{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].
27th Apr '13 3:31:45 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, there is a passing reference to the GundamJack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)

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* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, there is a passing reference to the GundamJack Gundamjack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
20th Apr '13 3:40:40 PM nombretomado
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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[hottip:*: roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' {{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].

The story starts just as the events of {{Gundam 0083}} concludes and [[ZetaGundam the Titans]] are formed amidst apparent hostilities between Earthnoids and Spacenoids. Enter our heroine -- Asuna Elmarit -- enrolling into the distinguished military academy "Ecole du Ciel", training to become a mobile suit pilot. Of course, that's not what she really wants to do but she may not have a choice in the matter as the Titans have taken an interest in her due to her father's research - who has been missing since the [[MobileSuitGundam One Year War]].

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''Mobile Suit Gundam École du Ciel'' (''Tenku no Gakko'') [[hottip:*: roughly translated, that's French and then Japanese for "School of the Sky"]] is a manga series written and illustrated by Haruhiko Mikimoto, starting publication sometime in 2002. One of its most notable characteristics is that it is only the ''second'' {{Gundam}} Franchise/{{Gundam}} story to have a female protagonist. (''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0080WarInThePocket Gundam 0080]]'' has a female Gundam pilot, but she's not the main character. The first is ''Tiel's Impulse'', in which the main protagonist is a 14 year old girl.) [[TakeThat It is also notable for being the first one that's any good]].

The story starts just as the events of {{Gundam 0083}} ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Gundam 0083]]'' concludes and [[ZetaGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam the Titans]] are formed amidst apparent hostilities between Earthnoids and Spacenoids. Enter our heroine -- Asuna Elmarit -- enrolling into the distinguished military academy "Ecole du Ciel", training to become a mobile suit pilot. Of course, that's not what she really wants to do but she may not have a choice in the matter as the Titans have taken an interest in her due to her father's research - who has been missing since the [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam One Year War]].



* ActionGirl (Asuna and [[TheCaptain Marie]], primarily.) - Which marks a notable departure from Gundam tradition, as Asuna is only the second female protagonist of {{Gundam}} to date.

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* ActionGirl (Asuna and [[TheCaptain Marie]], primarily.) - Which marks a notable departure from Gundam tradition, as Asuna is only the second female protagonist of {{Gundam}} Franchise/{{Gundam}} to date.



* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[{{Gundam0083}} Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, there is a passing reference to the GundamJack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
* CrossOver (The timeline crosses a little bit into ZetaGundam.)

to:

* ContinuityNod (all over the place. Aside from the Titans, there are references to [[{{Gundam0083}} [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam0083StardustMemory Anaheim Electronics]] and when the timeline crosses into ZetaGundam, there is a passing reference to the GundamJack that starts that series as well as a snippet of [[strike:Char]] Quattro's Dakarl address.)
* CrossOver (The timeline crosses a little bit into ZetaGundam.''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]''.)



* TykeBomb ([[spoiler: Apparently, Asuna and Akira are TykeBombs trained by Zeon, sometime during [[MobileSuitGundam the One Year War.]]]])
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ([[spoiler: Sometime during the TimeSkip, Erisia becomes a [[PsychicPowers Cyber-Newtype.]] Anyone familiar with ZetaGundam will know what that means. For everyone else, see the entry for AxeCrazy above.]])

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* TykeBomb ([[spoiler: Apparently, Asuna and Akira are TykeBombs trained by Zeon, sometime during [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam the One Year War.]]]])
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity ([[spoiler: Sometime during the TimeSkip, Erisia becomes a [[PsychicPowers Cyber-Newtype.]] Anyone familiar with ZetaGundam ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'' will know what that means. For everyone else, see the entry for AxeCrazy above.]])
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