Neil Baumgardner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 25 Jan 2000 14:02:56 -0500
Mark Simmons wrote:
> > But I take they are not taken as canon, right?
> Only if you believe that the Full Armor Type was actually constructed, in
> which case they would need some extra Gundams as testbeds.
Okay, you didnt help there as I have absolutely no clue.
> > But they are present in official animation no? Hence they have to be taken
> > seriously dont they?
> That depends. The 0083 novelization, edited by the series director,
> describes the Zakus of Kimberlite Base as being a mix of J, D, S, at cetera
> - even though on screen they're all animated as F2s. The F2, which was
> originally supposed to be a redrawn version of the J type (so it's labeled
> in early reproductions of the line art), is really just a placeholder for
> any & all models of Zaku II. Likewise, the FZ was intended as a substitute
> for the F type, which is why it's used in every illo in MS ERA in place of
> the regular Zaku II.
Okay granted, but there are seen none-the-less and even have stats that
differentiate them from the other types. Just for discussion at this point anyway,
as I can take from your comments that one should simply take the F2 production
numbers as part of the overall F and J numbers, while the FZ should be taken out of
the F type numbers.
> > Awwww! So what a dozen, less? What about the erstwhile MS-18F production type?
> Try one or two. It's an experimental mobile suit, not a limited- or trial
> production model.
And the MS-18F?
Also any comment on the second Delaz fleet Gwajin battleship?
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