Matthew Robinson (email@example.com)
Wed, 21 Mar 2001 10:14:12 -0700
Not quite sure why they would load a live nuke onto the Physalis this soon
in the testing in the first place. Like someone said, they probably weren't
planning on detonating it in the middle of Australia. If they needed to
simulate the weight or something, you'd think they could load a dummy
warhead. Course, it just wouldn't do for Gato to steal the MS with a FAKE
nuke on board... ( I can see it now: Gato takes aim at the Feddie fleet
and pulls the trigger on the bazooka, only to be rewarded with a loud
>From: "Richard Ramos - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam!"
>Subject: Re: [gundam] Plot Holes
>Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 02:42:42 +0800
> > First we had the base commander (who was at least a colonel) opening a
> > huge reinforced bunker using all kinds of passwords, iris scan, and
> > printing, and muttering it's been many year since the nuke vault is
> > and that he never need to open it again. Next minute we see Nina (an
> > unarmed CIVIE) loading a live nuke with not a single armed guard
> > I mean, ok, so the story call for Gato to steal the nuke and MS. But my
> > god! we have more security protecting our Windows 98 CD's in our office.
> > Dr. Core
> > Brain Surgeon
> > Newtype Asylum
> > http://side7.gundam.com/newtype_asylum
>well, how MS's the size of small buildings got that close to the base is
>also a mystery to me. and then there is the fact that two prototypes were
>in an OPEN hangar...EGADZ. What were they on???
>specially since one of the prototypes had a NUKE loaded into it...gee. That
>was pretty smart.
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