Richie Ramos -- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 22 Mar 2001 12:29:38 +0800
uhm, military paranioa rule: you have a bunker with weapons so nasty that
they have eye-pass systems with handprint scanners for it, you have two
prototypes, one which obviously has a weapon load system and a bazooka in
its shield. you have the prototypes stored in a white-base type ship which
has a lot of firepower. what do you infer? that they are just resupplying?
add to that you see a lot of their tech personnel - and the base's --
running around transporting stuff from bunker to the carrier (i know, we
don't see that in the cartoon, but there are things that happen off-camera).
The captain of the ship actually accompanies the base commander to the
bunker. scuttlebutt in a base travels pretty fast, secrecy rules
notwithstanding. though they may not have known for sure that it was a
nuke-carrying mecha, the scuttlebutt and just a little brainpower would have
allowed them to infer pretty much all that.
and best of all, you have Nina rooting around the prototypes. LOL!
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> > You could argue that yes, but why store something like that in active
> > status, unless you know you may have to use it someday? The nuke we saw
> > 0083 wasn't disassembled into component pieces.
> was there any reason why it should have been? just because the
> neighborhood gets a little nicer dosn't mean you leave all the guns in
> the house field-stripped.. and the point i was trying to make was that
> compleate warheads stored there does not mean any tom, dick, or harry
> could make the intuitive leap and assume that one was going to be pulled
> form storage just for the GP-02A... even (IIRC) before the vault was
> actually opened
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