Robert L. B. (gundam01@hotmail.com)
Wed, 03 Nov 1999 16:18:59 GMT


>From: Neil Baumgardner <nbaumgardner@phillips.com>
>Reply-To: gundam@aeug.org
>To: gundam@aeug.org
>Subject: Re: [gundam] Char vs. Gato
>Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 19:15:33 -0500
>
>Paul Fields wrote:
>
> > Edward Ju wrote
> > >I, for one, can back you up, as Mark has spent considerable time
> > >researching
> > >into this topic and posted a well written report. The only plausible
> > >theory was that he was rushed to Solomon during the siege and went to
>the
> > >front line in his new YMS-14 (a MG kit I have on the way,
>hehehehehehe!)
> >
> > Marks other part to that theory was that
> > Gato was stationed on Solomon BEFORE the
> > Gelgoog development, and was a Dom or a
> > Zaku pilot, and defended Solomon for the
> > months from Solomon's completion until
> > he got pulled off to test pilot Gelgoogs.
> >
> > Meaning he was stationed at Solomon from
> > May until October/November? He probably
> > could have built up quite a rep as the
> > local ace pilot. Fighting Fed Battleships,
> > and space fighters.
>
> Exactly. Throw in many battleships destroyed, etc, that's enough for
>the
> 'Nightmare of Solomon.' No need for him to be present at the Battle of
>Solomon
> to get the name. Besides, since he got the name before the battle, no
>one
>could
> have anticipated that there would even be a more significant 'battle
>of.'
>
> Again he was some form of badass to get such a reputation.
>
> Neil
>
There we go! Right on brother! He** yeah!
---Gunam01
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