Su, Rodrick (email@example.com)
Mon, 18 Oct 1999 15:08:16 -0700
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Fields [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> >From: "Matt Hanyok" <email@example.com>
> > > Char gave it to him hoping to cripple him on the battlefield by
> > > making him feel everyone's fear/pain all at once. He said his
> > > compassion would be his undoing. Or the opposite, if Char
> > > really wanted Amuro to stop the plan, like after they buy Axis,
> > > he asks for Amuro to seek him out, he's doing something
> > > underhanded.
> >I had a similar idea after I finally saw CCA... I think Char
> WANTED his
> >to "fail". I mean, at the end of the movie, after all the
> MS'es get pushed
> >away from the asteroid, Char says something about his hope
> that they would
> >see the light of their souls, or something to that
> effect.... I think Char
> >AND Amuro pushed the asteroid away, I think Char knew it
> would happen that
> >way. He hoped it would be an example to them all. A costly
> example, but a
> >poweful one. My theory, though.
> Basically... although the "Amuro what are you doing"
> kinda made me think he wasn't expecting the asteroid
> to actually be pushed back... But I still agree he
> had reasons to give away the Psychoframe...
No, Char give away Psycho frame technology so he can have a fair shot at
Amuro. In all of their previous encounter, the result has always been
inconclusive, with neither making a death strike. He wanted to beat Amuro
fair and square, and he doesn't want having better technology be the reason
why he won. The fact that Amuro end up kicking his ass didn't change his
attitude one bit.
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