Chris Maier (oom9@crosswinds.net)
Thu, 25 May 2000 21:11:40 -0400


Apparentally they have nanomachine technology, so some people say
G-Gundam....does'nt explain the Zakus and Kapool though..but then again Turn
A attempts to incorporate all the timelines into one timeline....

----- Original Message -----
From: <BlazeEagle@aol.com>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2000 8:06 PM
Subject: Origins of the Turn A? - Was - Re: [gundam] Gundam vehicle kit wish
list

> In a message dated 5/25/00 6:53:55 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> cbeilby@hotmail.com writes:
>
> << Following the events of CCA, MS technology began a process of
> minaturization
> which resulted in the average size of a Mobile Suit ending up somewhere
in
> the 15 meter range. This size difference isn't noticable in V Gundam,
but
> is in F91, when we see Crossbones Vanguard Denan series MSes going up
> against the old warhorse Jegans (still in service after 30 odd years)
The
> cockpits are the only parts that can't really be minaturized, and the
pilots
> stay about the same size.>>
>
> How big is the Turn A? I forgot excatly how tall it is. Has anyone been
> able to determine the origins of the Turn A and Turn X? Why do they
"react"
> to each other, who created them, what era are they from in the Gundam
sage,
> etc.?
>
>
> << 1/100 scale F91 and V Gundam kits are slightly larger than 1/144 kits
for
> the earlier shows. >>
>
> Wow, that's pretty small for 1/100 kits, but I like that size. It just
never
> occured to me how small the V and F 91 mecha are.
>
> Aaron
>
> -
> Gundam Mailing List Archives are available at http://gundam.aeug.org/
>

-
Gundam Mailing List Archives are available at http://gundam.aeug.org/



This archive was generated by hypermail 2.0b3 on Fri May 26 2000 - 10:03:17 JST