garrick lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 15 Sep 1999 00:16:45 -0700 (PDT)
mobile trace/dress system...
but what happens when there are *two* rubberized
pilots inside the superduper-holodeck cockpit? (rain
and domon...in that rather cheesy holding-hands
gesture, to defeat master asia, who doesn't wear any
rubber, for the first time)?
anyway, off topic (but still g gundam)
can someone explain to me the technicalities of the
'gundam fight' (without giving away the entire story)?
is the gundam fight simply a tour around the world
one-on-one fight (ala highlander), and only one
remains? or is it some sort of royal rumble
free-for-all? i'm getting a little thrown off here
(we're at episode 22 where all the gundams are moving
to new hongkong for some big day...)
ok...the matador gundam and nether (windmill) gundam
look better animated (which is to say, they look a bit
less silly but silly nonetheless...:P), but i suppose
that's just the charm of animation.
--- -Z- <Z@Gundam.Com> wrote:
> At 07:47 9/14/1999 -0400, you wrote:
> >>So, Damon snaps his fingers and the pod opens to
> reveal the Shining Gundam,
> >>which moves into position to receive Domon, who
> magically appears in the
> >>cockpit. (Later, he docks the air car with the
> God Gundam to board.) Once
> >>in the cockpit, Domon goes through the Trace
> System rubberizing process,
> >>then does his warmup and checkout kata (now
> faithfully replicated by the
> >>MF) and is ready to rock 'n' roll.
> > Uh... a point of correction; that's actually
> > "Dress" System... not "Trace" :)
> The katakana read "Mo-bi-ru To-re-e-su Shi-su-te-mu"
> -- "To" as in T, not
> "Do" as in D. "Dress" would make sense if all we
> were talking about is the
> system to put a skintight Fighter Suit on someone,
> but that's not the case.
> The Mobile Trace System moves the Mobile Fighter in
> an exact replication of
> the pilot's movements as registered by the Fighter
> Suit. In other words,
> it traces the pilot's actions.
> This should not be confused with the Mobile Tress
> System, which mimics the
> actions of the pilot's long, gravity-defying
> hair...! (^_^);;
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