Canal Vorfied (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 1 Mar 2001 17:59:17 -0500
----- Original Message -----
From: Edward Ju <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2001 5:55 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] transatmospheric mobile suits?
> >I was just watching the gundam movie trilogy and was thinking. Okay, so
> >RX-78 is capable of re-entry. Obviously Zakus can't do re-entry, as we
> >learned in the same scene, but are there others that can?
> >Yeah there's the Zeta and it's Wave Rider form, but what about others? I
> >never saw Zeta (tho I'd really like to get my hands on the series,
> >preferably with subtitles of some sort, cough cough), but I don't think
> >of the other suits could manage alongside it. Super Gundam MK IIs? the
> >Were there any others?
> None of the other suits were capable of re-entry as-is, unless they were
> equipped with a reverse-parachute style re-entry backpack, or riding on
> the Zeta Waverider, as the Hyaku Shiki and Quebeley II did. The Mk-II had
> a prototype Waverider for its re-entry, which allowed it to remain engaged
> for far longer than any other suit could prior to re-entry. That
> eventually led to the Zeta's Waverider form.
A Ballute system. Kirklicon unfortunately had his ripped by Camille in
Z Gundam. ^^
Didn't the Ahgama have a ship sized version of it too?
> >And, as per the subject of this message, were any of them capable of
> >the earth's atmosphere? I figure the Zeta might have had a sort of
> >disposable booster or something, but beyond that, I just don't know.
> The Mk-II used rockets to leave the atmosphere. Don't recall any suits
> that were capable of this feat by itself without some kind of booster/
> rocket assistance. Even the ones from V needed a ride of some sort.
> >figure most of the suits couldn't, since it reuires such a large amount
> >thrust to do so. The core fighters maybe?
> I've seen modified Core Fighters that are either strapped to rockets or
> has a huge booster attachment in hobby magazines, but these aren't really
Yasu Ikehara aka Nuku-Nuku
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