jose luis manalansan 4 (nerv@teammail.com)
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 00:01:56 +0800


sorry about that last message but those were my assumptions on the
mobile armor mode of epyon. But on close range the Epyon can perform
very well in a melee of attack. 8>

-----Original Message-----
From: "jose luis manalansan 4" <nerv@teammail.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2000 23:50:22 +0800
Subject: Re: [gundam] Epyon ver. Katoki?

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> The mobile armor's best attack was to flee and hope its tail was able
> to get it s target, however since i believe it has no long range (i
> didnt see any vulcans ) it fails when attacked via long range
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: garrick lee <goner4sure@yahoo.com>
> Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2000 06:01:12 -0700 (PDT)
> Subject: Re: [gundam] Epyon ver. Katoki?
>
> >
> > i just dislike the really senseless mobile armor form
> > of the epyon. it was such a brain-fart of a
> > transformation. explain to me how it's supposed to be
> > faster in that mode. what are the advantages of the
> > mobile armor mode? flight capability isn't a good
> > reason for the transformation, as the mobile armor
> > mode is actually more cumbersome and impractical (as
> > opposed to the zeta, or zetaplus).
> >
> > and that the epyon has no other armament aside from
> > the sword and whip (now that's kinky :P), really bugs
> > me. by all rights, the wing zero should have whupped
> > the epyon from one end of the galaxy to the other (not
> > just barely winning the fight, like heero did). with
> > vulcans, machine cannons and a helluva grandaddy
> > buster rifle...there's no excuse for the zero to not
> > win convincingly.
> >
> > then again, i've never been one to promote honorable
> > duel when one can blast away from a safe distance.
> > >:)
> >
> > yes, i like what chris mackenzie did. :) i woulda
> > done the same thing in her place. kampfer challenges
> > me to a duel, i'd blast away with the arm gatlings.
> >
> > -garr
> >
> > >
> > > >

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