Gundam EZEight (email@example.com)
Fri, 8 Dec 2000 13:23:53 -0800 (PST)
about the GP02, i remember scenes where the Gundam
would seemingly hover. it was in the first couple
episodes, don't remember which, after the Zeon
recovery ship was destroyed by the GP01, the GP02
dashed out from the ship's flaming wreckage, and it
looked like it hovered. I don't remember seeing the
jet from the binders.
P.S: if anything sound jerky in the message, it's
because i'm in AP C++ class and i'm trying to hide
from the teacher.
--- Mark Simmons <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Nicholas Paufler writes,
> >I wonder what conditions would be neccessary for
> the Gundam to actually
> >reach 160km/h and how long it could be sustained
> I'd figure this includes a lot of rocket-assisted
> jumping (like in the
> first episode of 0083). Otherwise I can't believe it
> would be so close to
> the Dom's hover speed, or that it would be that much
> faster than a GM or
> Hobbitmastr writes,
> >As I recall though, as Gato and his men were
> heading for the recovery ship,
> >Gato managed to keep up with the Zeon MS when they
> were using their hover
> >systems. Considering they were in kind of a hurry
> to get away from Burning
> >and the gang, wouldn't the Zeon MS being moving
> close to top speed?
> Since the GP02 is the only one of the pack that
> isn't hover-capable,
> presumably the Xamel and Dom Tropens are idling
> along so that they don't
> leave Gato behind. The GP02A is probably moving at
> close to _its_ top
> speed, though.
> -- Mark
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