Brett Jensen (email@example.com)
Sun, 10 Dec 2000 22:17:12 -0600
Edmund Chiu wrote:
> A veteran like himself should know if a damage is close enough to
> anything "vital" that might cause an explosion. I am not saying that he
> should know right away that the MS is going to explode, but he should at
> least check it out or something - better yet, ask to ride with Kou just so
> he wouldn't need to take a chance of it exploding...
Keep in mind, that he was distracted by his discovery of the stardust plans.
> I thought there's a Katejina, not to mention that Lupe, that has a
> "bathing" scene in V...
I was talking about Usso's escape from the bathtub followed by a nude
re-enactment of a scene from 2001.
> But that's timeline problem - when does the mass production Gundam first
> appear? Right as the Gundam "prototypes" were made or after.
How the hell is that more logical than anything in 0083?
> But she run out of ammo when Shiro had a clear shot at her...
He was trying to make nice, while she was still shooting.
> > > It really depends on what kind of problem bother them more -
> > > problem or "logic" problem...
> > Give me some specifics here.
> Out of all the Gundam shows, Kou is the "least" worthy of the Gundam
> pilot status. In the original Gundam, Amuro is the best one out of all
> pilots onboard White Base.
True, but again the evidence shows that Kou is indeed a good pilot who was
getting used to vastly different hardware. Once he got used to it he kicked ass.
He wasn't the most qualified on paper, but I bet he did alot better than the
more senior Monsha would have done.
it doesn't make too much sense but it's not so bad that it should ruin the show
> > Yes I would have to agree. 0083 is very shallow compared to the Tomino
> > but that doesn't make it bad just different.
> I didn't say it's bad - it's just more "action oriented" than the other
> UC Gundam shows, that's all...
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