Kaworu Nagisa (17thangel@tokyo-3.com)
Fri, 12 Nov 1999 08:24:42 -0500


>okay, That's a good jump-off point. I know that the Gundarium/Gundanium alloy
>is what higher end MS's use, as well as Luna Titanium, with lower-end MS's using
>steel and all that. it's also known that the NT-1 used a Chobham-type external
>armor system.
>
>Did any of these armor types ever consider the effect of beam weapons? They're
>tough against kinetic weapons or solid or explosive weaponry, but then we have
>heatblades and beam sabers and beam weapons all over Gundam. Was there an actual
>armor type which proved to be effective against these attacks, like armor that
>can withstand heat attacks or beam weapons for a sustained period of time before
>being whittled down? And then there's the problem of armor weight...

 Um... how is Gundarium different from Luna Titanium? I've
heard that the Gundam X's armor is actually made of Luna Titanium, not Gundarium. If that's true, why is it even called a Gundam then? By the way, isn't it that Gundarium
can only be found in the moon? I'm not sure though...

-Veilchen

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