Re: [gundam] Orphans Of The Ecliptic


Operator 7G - Michael Ip (zugok@gundam.com)
Fri, 05 Mar 1999 11:59:45 +1300


Mark Simmons wrote:

> Except that the Federation isn't removing _all_ the humans - they're just
> booting all the low-class neighbors off the planet so they can enjoy it for
> themselves. This selfishness appears to reach its logical conclusion in
> Gaia Gear, in which MaHa rebels against the Federation and attempts to
> seize Earth for itself.

> Probe writes,> Does his record include the fact that he stole a Jegan >during
> a military maneuver and proceeded to cold-bloodedly murder Chien?

> As Jim has noted earlier, the Hathaway novels follow the CCA novel
> continuity, in which Hathaway's actions play out rather differently...
>
> > Is it possible that only _certain_ parts of Earth are not allowed for
> >human habitation? Perhaps the deserts and colony-drop areas _are_ open for
> >habitation?
>
> In V Gundam, there are selected urban areas where human habitation is
> allowed - Barcelona, Woowig, etc. - while wilderness areas like Point
> Kassarelia are off-limits.
>
> -- Mark
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