Chris Beilby (cbeilby@home.com)
Sat, 31 Jul 1999 22:54:49 -0700


BlazeEagle@aol.com wrote:
>
> In a message dated 7/31/1999 11:45:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Z@Gundam.Com
> writes:
>
> > The Setter H926 is a Flight Support System -- a flying vehicle, usually a
> > bomber or transport, adapted to serve as an MS carrier.
> >
> > In the One Year War, the Zeon adapted the Dodai YS for this purpose.
> > Later, we see vehicles such as the MegaRider that were designed
> > specifically for MS support, with no other purpose, but human-piloted FSS
> > never go away completely.
> >
> > There were 14 MS In Pocket toyes and all of them were from the V Gundam
> > series, although the 7th MSiP was a 30-year-old F91. The MSiP series is
> > second only to the High Complete Model series and just ahead of the
> > MicroGundam series among the items fans wish Bandai would extend.
>
> Yes, I forgot about the F 91 and I even have the MSip F 91! :) I wasn't too
> impressed with the MicroGundams, the ones I own have sprue marks on them and
> aren't excatly painted well. I really like the H.C.M. toys a lot.
>
> Aaron
>
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Actually, they weren't painted at all, Aaron. They were molded using
System Injection, hence the sprue marks.

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Christopher Beilby

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