Amuro Rei (amuro@gundam.com)
Mon, 25 Oct 1999 10:21:40 -0700


Also, in 0083 when Kou initially is chasing the GP-02A on the ground. He
attempts to shut down/prevent Gato from escaping with the GP-02 by damaging
the cooling system installed in the GP-02's shield.

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> Subject: Re: [gundam] Do Mobile Suits Overheat?
>
>
> In a message dated 10/25/99 9:47:54 AM Mountain Daylight Time,
> scorpio@best.com writes:
>
> > They certainly can, but they generally don't. Overheating is
> a definite
> > hazard for mobile suits, since they carry fusion reactors and all, but
> > they usually have an adequate amount of cooling equipment and
> stay within
> > their safe operating parameters - I can't, off the top of my
> head, think
> > of a single instance of actual overheating.
>
> In 08th MS Team's first episode, doesn't the Zaku II overheat and
> blow up due
> to its entangled fight with a Ball? I've watched that seen many
> times, and I
> cannot identify a reason why the Zak blew up at all, other than the Zak's
> pilot setting a self-destruct. Which, BTW, starts me thinking
> about the fight
> between the GP01-fb and the GP02a. Neither one took any crippling
> damage, but
> they both shut down and blew up a few minutes later. Of course,
> having a GM
> Custom blow up from just a "flesh" wound was kind of an example on how
> fragile a Mobile Suit really is.
>
> SJ
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