WooJin (leew5@earthlink.net)
Tue, 26 Oct 1999 17:15:08 -0700


Wait a min..was there a total of about 6 Re-GZ produced?
If I recall the previous posts correctly, the Re-GZ was a cheap version of
the Zeta Gundam, but STILL too expensive for any heavy number to be made at
an affordable cost.

Oh and Ed is right, there is only one present in CCA. The one Seyla uses is
the one that Amuro stopped using
when he switched to the Nu Gundam.

PS. Is there a logical explaination of the that Fin Funnel I-Field thingy?

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----- Original Message -----
From: Edmund Chiu <edf91@worldnet.att.net>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 1999 8:52
Subject: Re: [gundam] ReGZ myths and facts

>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: reika <reika@clear.net.nz>
> To: <gundam@aeug.org>
> Sent: Monday, October 25, 1999 8:05 PM
> Subject: [gundam] ReGZ myths and facts
>
>
> > 1) Re-GZ does not transform
> > true, *however*, it does have what is called a
> > 'Back Weapon System' which allows a
> > pseudo-tranformation similar to the G-defensor
> > unit for RX-178. The used to be a pic with the
> > 'Back Weapon System' on HLJ, but now it's gone
>
> > The 'transformation' (illustrated in p151 MS
> > Encyclopaedia 98) is pretty boring stuff really,
> > and looks similar to the transformed Methus (p125
> > MS Encyclopaedia 98) and the ZGII (p132 MS
> > Encyclopaedia 98). I consider this to be the
> > ultimate evolution of the Wave Rider.
>
> You should also explained that Re-GZ doesn't transform because it
CANNOT
> "transform" back to MA mode after it is in MS mode unless it went back to
> the carrier, since the BWS is like the beam rifle in the 0079 - you cannot
> recharge unless you recharge on the carrier....
>
> >
> > 2) Re-GZ is mass produced version of ZG
> > false as far as I know. I only saw one or two
> > Re-GZ in CCA, never more than two in the same
> > screen or in the same battle scene for that
> > matter. I think the notion that Re-GZ is a mass
> > produced MS comes from Animag when they reviewed
> > CCA.
>
> It was the PROTOTYPE of what was supposed to be a mass production
> version of Zeta. After testing, it was discovered that it was too
expensive
> to be mass produced. So the sole prototype was given to Londo Bell (mainly
> to Amuro), hence there's only one.
>
> -------------------------------------------------
> Edmund Chiu
> edf91@worldnet.att.net
>
> My favorite Gundam of all times:
> 1) Nu Gundam
> 2) Gundam F91
> 3) V2 Assault-Buster Gundam
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