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* AllThereInTheManual: The original series pitch is included in the ADVision DVD set. It explains that one result of the presence of the Inbit on Earth was some humans starting to manifest psychic powers; one of those people was Rand. This explains his uncanny ability to know what the Inbit are thinking, and the bizaree hallucination he has where he realizes why the Inbit are on Earth (he was directly in contact with the Refless).

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* AllThereInTheManual: The original series pitch is included in the ADVision [=ADVision=] DVD set. It explains that one result of the presence of the Inbit on Earth was some humans starting to manifest psychic powers; one of those people was Rand. This explains his uncanny ability to know what the Inbit are thinking, and the bizaree hallucination he has where he realizes why the Inbit are on Earth (he was directly in contact with the Refless).

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36 years after the original show ended, a new project named "''Genesis Climber Mospeada Genesis Breaker''" has been announced, with Shinji Aramaki and Hideki Kakinuma returning as the Mechanical Designers.

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* AllThereInTheManual: The original series pitch is included in the ADVision DVD set. It explains that one result of the presence of the Inbit on Earth was some humans starting to manifest psychic powers; one of those people was Rand. This explains his uncanny ability to know what the Inbit are thinking, and the bizaree hallucination he has where he realizes why the Inbit are on Earth (he was directly in contact with the Refless).


* DefeatAsBackstory

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* DefeatAsBackstoryDefeatAsBackstory: Stig Bernard's squadron, including his fiancee Marlene, were wiped out during the disastrous second liberation of Earth. Due to being alone without contact with meager survivors, Stig was forced to march to Refless Point with Ray, Mint, Jim, Houquet, and Yellow joining him along the way.



* LaResistance: Our band of heroes.

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* LaResistance: Our band of heroes.heroes are this, though their motive was mostly focused on reaching Refless Point while avoiding Inbit patrols.


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* UnwillingRoboticization:[[spoiler: Rainy Boy, a murderer who targets straggling soldiers from First and Second Earth Liberation Fleet, was augmented by Inbits forcefully and promised to change him back to normal once he kill 100 of them.]]


** Jim/Lunk was part of the same campaign as Yellow, though only joined to feed his siblings and parents, [[spoiler: but [[MyGreatestFailure his abandonment of his mortally wounded friend to Inbits]] haunted him throughout his life]].

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** Jim/Lunk was part of the same campaign as Yellow, though only joined to feed support his siblings and parents, large family, [[spoiler: but [[MyGreatestFailure his abandonment of his mortally wounded friend to Inbits]] haunted him throughout his life]].


* AntiVillain: Inbits had this vibe to the point of being DesignatedVillain [[spoiler: even before TheReveal as InvadingRefugees]]. They spared the evacuees along with the colonies on Mars and other planets during their initial invasion. Furthermore, as Stig discovered, many settlements were given a hands-off approach so long as they regulated their HBT use and refuse to rise up against them.



* DramaticSpaceDrift: An [[http://www.robotech-reference-guide.org/new.images/places_and_story/reflex-1.jpg image]] from a montage of clips on the ill-fated First Earth Recapture Mission has a corpse floating among the debris orbiting Earth.

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* DramaticSpaceDrift: DramaticSpaceDrifting: An [[http://www.robotech-reference-guide.org/new.images/places_and_story/reflex-1.jpg image]] from a montage of clips on the ill-fated First Earth Recapture Mission has a corpse floating among the debris orbiting Earth.


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* EasyLogistics: An inconsistent ZigZaggedTrope. On one hand, many episodes had Stig's group finding supplies--especially fuel and spare parts--along the journey; but on the other, they seem to have no shortages of rockets in spite of [[MacrossMissileMassacre innumerable salvos of them]] being used against Inbits.

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* DramaticSpaceDrift: An [[http://www.robotech-reference-guide.org/new.images/places_and_story/reflex-1.jpg image]] from a montage of clips on the ill-fated First Earth Recapture Mission has a corpse floating among the debris orbiting Earth.


* VillainWorld: Inbit's conquest of Earth for three decades had caused entire humanity to become fragmented. While the towns and cities that were neutral towards the Inbit maintained some modernity, rural settlements and small cities are often at the mercy of motorcycle-riding bandits who would often target stragglers from Earth Liberation campaigns.

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* VillainWorld: Inbit's conquest of Earth for three decades had caused entire humanity to become fragmented. While the towns and cities that were neutral towards the Inbit maintained some modernity, rural settlements and small cities are often at the mercy of motorcycle-riding bandits who would often also target stragglers from Earth Liberation campaigns.


* AdjectiveNounFred: Can be attributed to the show's [[GratuitousEnglish attempts at using English]].

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* AdjectiveNounFred: Can be attributed to the show's [[GratuitousEnglish attempts at using English]].The title in Japanese being Kikō Sōseiki Mospeada, or Armored Genesis Mospeada in direct translation.


* VillainWorld: Inbit's conquest of Earth for three decades had caused entire humanity to become fragmented. While the towns and cities that were neutral towards the Inbit maintained some modernity, the lack of central government meant that outlaws on motorcycles would often harass vulnerable settlements and trade routes with a side of targetting stragglers from Earth Liberation campaigns.

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* VillainWorld: Inbit's conquest of Earth for three decades had caused entire humanity to become fragmented. While the towns and cities that were neutral towards the Inbit maintained some modernity, the lack of central government meant that outlaws on motorcycles would often harass vulnerable rural settlements and trade routes with a side small cities are often at the mercy of targetting motorcycle-riding bandits who would often target stragglers from Earth Liberation campaigns.


* HeroicBSOD: Stig has one last almost an entire episode when he discovers the military army they were to accompany was completely destroyed.

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* HeroicBSOD: Stig has one last that lasted for almost an entire episode when he discovers after witnessing the military army they were to accompany was completely destroyed.destruction of the ship crewed by his fiancee along with almost everyone of his units.



** Unfortunately, this hasn't come to mind when Stig called out The old soldiers--veterans of ill-fated First Recapture Mission--were called out for their cowardice and robbery of a local town as they were few in numbers and surrounded by people who would have sold them out.

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** Unfortunately, this hasn't come to mind when Stig called out The old soldiers--veterans of ill-fated First Recapture Mission--were called out for their cowardice and robbery of a local town as they were few without regards to the small size of their group in numbers and surrounded by an environment where people who would have sold them out.



* UngratefulTownsfolk: Many towns in Mospeada--especially the one from "The City By The Lake" episode--tend to be indifferent or hostile towards the Resistance and surviving Mars Base soldiers. Though this has to do with their resentment against Mars Base for seemingly abandoning them and Inbit's tendency to leave them alone so long as they don't revolt against them.

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* UngratefulTownsfolk: Many towns in Mospeada--especially the one from "The City By The Lake" episode--tend to be indifferent or hostile towards the Resistance and surviving Mars Base soldiers. Though this has to do with their resentment against Mars Base for seemingly abandoning them and Inbit's tendency to leave them alone so long as they don't revolt against them.there aren't armed rebellion or utilize HBT fuel heavily.


* JerkassHasAPoint: The town's selling out stranded soldiers to the Inbits may seem cowardly; however, their reason for doing so seems legitimate since many towns were subjected to KillEmAll by Inbits even for being in proximity to the surviving soldiers.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: JerkassHasAPoint:
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The town's selling out stranded soldiers to the Inbits may seem cowardly; however, their reason for doing so seems legitimate since many towns were subjected to KillEmAll by Inbits even for being in proximity to the surviving soldiers.soldiers.
** Unfortunately, this hasn't come to mind when Stig called out The old soldiers--veterans of ill-fated First Recapture Mission--were called out for their cowardice and robbery of a local town as they were few in numbers and surrounded by people who would have sold them out.


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* UngratefulTownsfolk: Many towns in Mospeada--especially the one from "The City By The Lake" episode--tend to be indifferent or hostile towards the Resistance and surviving Mars Base soldiers. Though this has to do with their resentment against Mars Base for seemingly abandoning them and Inbit's tendency to leave them alone so long as they don't revolt against them.


* AcePilot: Houquet et Rose ("Rook Bartley"), Stig Bernard ("Scott Bernard"), Ray ("Rand"), and Yellow Belmont ("Lancer") are quite skilled as a pilot, who managed to knock out entire patrols during their voyage towards Refless Point.

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* AcePilot: Houquet et Rose ("Rook Bartley"), Stig Bernard ("Scott Bernard"), Ray ("Rand"), and Yellow Belmont ("Lancer") are quite skilled as a pilot, pilots, who managed to knock out entire patrols during their voyage towards Refless Point.


* AfterTheEnd: At least the Earth, which straddles between TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture and ScavengerWorld, Mars have been colonized to the point where large manufacturing facilities and functioning hi-tech cities to sustain two liberation forces have been built.

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* AfterTheEnd: At least the Earth, which straddles between TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture and ScavengerWorld, Mars and other habitable planets in the Solar System have been colonized to the point where large manufacturing facilities and functioning hi-tech cities to sustain two two([[spoiler: later three]]) liberation forces have been built.


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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: Especially after Episode 16, where Stick's group ended up in Colorado mountains despite being setting sail from an area approximate to the North American Eastern Sea Board.

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