Re: [gundam]More info on Turn-A Gundam revealed on NewType!


Chris Beilby (cbeilby@earthlink.net)
Wed, 10 Feb 1999 21:51:15 -0800


-Z- wrote:

> At 23:54 2/9/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >Whats next, Mighty Morphin Gundam Combiner!!
>
> Been there, done that. The original Gundam was a "combiner" that blended
> the Core Fighter with A Parts (head, shoulders and arms) and B Parts (hips
> and legs) to create Gundam and recombined those parts and Core Booster to
> create G-Armor, G-Bull, G-Fighter and G-Sky. The technology is called the
> Core Block System (CBS).
>
> In Z Gundam, the RX-178 Gundam Mk.II combines with the FXA-05D G-Defencer
> to form the Super Gundam.
>
> The MSZ-010 ZZ Gundam is the champion combiner, however, replacing the A
> Parts and B Parts with transforming fighters, analogous to the Core
> Fighter, called Core Top and Core Base, respectively. The ZZ transformed
> into G-Fortress, but the Core Top and Core Fighter could merge into another
> (unnamed) craft, as could the Core Base and Core Fighter. And, yes, it
> took three pilots to bring it all together. "Always Three, Working As
> One...!" (^_^)
>
> The Core Block System made it's triumphant return in V Gundam. The A Parts
> and B Parts are now called Top Limb and Bottom Limb. Again, the Top Limb
> and Core Fighter could join to form the Top Fighter and the Bottom Limb and
> Core Fighter could join to form the Bottom Fighter. There was no further
> recombination of which I'm aware, but fully formed LM312V04 V Gundam could
> merge Super Gundam style with the SD-VB03A Dash to form the V-Dash Gundam.
>
> "Go, Go, Gundam Rangers....!"
>
> -Z-

  Don't forget the RX-78 GP-03 with the Orchus unit.



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