BlazeEagle (blazeeagle@charter.net)
Sun, 25 Feb 2001 22:11:25 -0500


It doesn't really matter what happened, as all files where erased about the
GP project at the end of 0083, so really the GP MS series no longer exists.
I would think that the GP series MS where most likely destroyed as well, as
why erase the files, when material evidene exists? I found it iffy for any
to have had access to the GP series files, after they where erased. I doubt
Kou would ever speak of it, as not speaking of it was probably part of the
reason he got off so easy at the end. We all know Kou probably had to agree
to some terms like this, as while he was "right" in taking the GP03, he was
still stealing and you know he probably had to agree to some serious terms
for his actions.

The Gundams in G Gundam have back pack core fighters. I haven't seen the
show, but I built the 1/60 G Gundam a few years ago, that's how I know this.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Riggs" <josephriggs@earthlink.net>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2001 4:26 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] MG GP-03's Core Fighter confirmed

> Liam McGintny wrote:
>
> > Well.. a quick browse of the mechadomain listing for the stamen revealed
> > this :
> >
> > docking binder backpack for docking with RX-78GP03 Gundam "Dendrobium
Orchis
> >
> > Sooo.. that sounds like there's room for one /or/ the other .. in normal
> > situations, it'd have the new 'backback/core fighter', and when
operating
> > with the Orchis, it'd have the special binder backpack ..
>
> Hmm...
> Interesting idea. I suppose if you wanted a justification for the unit...
> Has it been stated what happened to the MS portion of the GP03? As I
recall,
> while the MA unit was reduced to melted slag, the MS itself was in fairly
good
> shape due to the protection it received from the MA. The Federation
probably
> wouldn't want to pay to rebuild the MA, due to both expense and the fact
that
> they wanted to sweep the whole affair under the rug. But I also doubt
they
> would entirely overlook the fact that they had a high performance MS, that
was
> still in good shape, with a docking binder. You could theorize that the
unit
> with the Core Fighter is the GP03 after the MA is destroyed. Some bright
young
> officer got the idea of testing some new theories and ideas of core
fighter
> docking, but due to the unpopularity of the unit following the Delaz Fleet
> colony drop, the data was ignored until many decades later, when MSs
finally
> appeared using a similar system (while I haven't seen the relevant suits
myself,
> I believe someone did mention that some later MSs appeared using a similar
core
> fighter set-up).
>
> junior
>
>
>
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