Richard Ramos - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Gundam! (gaijin@i-manila.com.ph)
Mon, 19 Mar 2001 07:47:52 +0800


Good point you got there. I have to admit, I didn't take into account that
the base crew would be given free run of the base. OOPS. But even then,
the Hangar of the Albion should have been under lockdown. and the personnel
assigned to security of the two MS's should have been strict, all things
considered.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Joseph Riggs <josephriggs@earthlink.net>
To: <gundam@aeug.org>
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 4:59 AM
Subject: Re: [gundam] Plot Holes

> Gundam EZEight wrote:
>
> > the prototypes were on the Albion at the time,
> > correct?
> >
> > strange how Gato can waltz in to an assault carrier,
> > look up at the gundam, walks into the cockpit, sits
> > down, and takes it out with out anyone knowing....
> > honestly, Gato would have a worse time trying to steal
> > a MG GP02A from HLJ
>
> Were they? I thought they had been moved to the base itself, but its
> been long enough that I don't recall.
> The problem, though, as pointed out earlier, is that inside the base no
> one is worrying over much about security since its peacetime and the
> outer security takes care of that stuff, the whole 'there are no enemies'
> mentality (after all, the Federation just beat the only group capable of
> standing up to them), and the fact that the outer security is relying on
> the fact that there 'are no enemies'. Top it off with the fact that
> there are a bunch of legitimate visitors to the base (including two
> civilians) that came in with the Albion, and you have the mess that
> occurs. Seeing a stranger walking around the base doesn't mean much
> since the assault carrier is present with all of its crew.
> Mind you, Gato himself comments on how horrible the security is when he
> gets smuggled in. And Kou drives right up to the two Gundams without
> getting challenged by anyone.
> At any rate, the ship crew is probably counting on base security, base
> security is probably counting on the perimeter security, and the
> perimeter security is probably counting on the fact that the Federation
> is currently the top dog, there are no enemies who can challenge them,
> and there have been three years of peace.
> Add to that a whole host of strangers in uniform, and the only person in
> the base who'd be likely to challenge Gato would be Nina.
>
> junior
>
>
>
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