Oh wait, that's the woman who eventually becomes Dozle's wife and Mineva's mother!? Was betraying me part of your plan?! I just don't approve of what the Zabis did. Was there anything in your performance that you were particularly mindful of, or anything different from before? Poster assumes as responsibility for any links shared. I've watched every episode with real excitement and nervousness! There was a scene that really cohered because Mr. That many armed device reminds me a lot of the one from Victory Gundam. Man, she must have some serious balls to hold Dozle at gunpoint to stop him from interfering with Char and Garma's attack plans. So, the other Zeon cadets destroy the tank, killing Lino. We're so close to 0079.
So, be a civilian victim of abusive politics or a humanist philosopher, everyone can adopt it. And were would you store it, if not on the back considering it's humanoid? No wonder Dozle eventually married her. I did not know that. I was wondering if there was something important about her because the episode was putting enough emphasis on her to make her stand out, but I had no idea who she was. Their compassion is really something to be respected, even after two consecutive wars there were still remnants, and they would only disappear at the turn of the century. At least it gives good light to Char's charisma and its nature, but I think we all knew that.
Garma having his own Ocelot squad to Char's Naked Snake was a little more than hilarious though. You can't do too much to change the story structure. Makes me wonder if there are a separate Corps for Jetpack troops or it's part of the infantry equipment. We also get a scene showing Char standing up to the Federation officers, showing the brewing conflict between Zeon and the Federation, based on how the Federation treats the cadets. There's an agent of Kycilia's staking out his path about every twenty feet. She is right to feel that her brother isn't really dead.
Furuya talked to me before the performance. The protests turn violent when the Federation cracks down and street fighting begins. We see him wearing his trademark visor with the overhead strap for the first time. Char enrolls as an imposter in the military academy. I think this is an invention for the anime, or is at least pulled in from a lot later. I'm kinda wondering if Char is plotting Garma's death in battle as early as this with him encouraging him leading an uprising here. He sat completely still while the Federation was being completely trashed in that speech.
Do you have a message for everyone awaiting the release of episode 4? How bad at his job must he be? I'll get more into that with the next episode. Among the positives of this episode are that we get to grips with the Char Aznable that most Gundam fans will now recognise. There wasn't really any more purpose to his character other than Casval getting a new name. Their compassion is really something to be respected, even after two consecutive wars there were still remnants, and they would only disappear at the turn of the century. If this thing crashes I'm gonna be annoyed at missing the final few threads of the rewatch. Char also gets his signature mask from Lino.
Either that or he was too easily bribed on short notice. Casval is kind of like Amuro in that way, since he's so paranoid but usually correct about stuff. Also, that Spaceport Security Guard that didn't notice the two people who sound nothing alike who were just in front of him just went into a bathroom and switched clothes. After everything we've seen and now this, do you sympathize with the colonists despite knowing the extremes they'd go to find their independence? It is actually great to see Char in training. I guess it was all according to plan. Minovsky, who I assume the particles were named after. I think our teamwork as a trio is gradually improving, and we're having more fun performing in the process.
Once again, that's another call-forward to 0079. And Degwin is especially protective of Garma, warning Gihren not to try anything that might result in the Federation attacking the academy and taking Garma hostage. Was betraying me part of your plan?! You know, him having a cool mask is kind of lamer knowing now that it's just a modified piece of sports equipment. I already thought Munzo Defense Force was a fairly cool armed force, but, what now has become the Zeon Military Academy is light years ahead! I sympathize with their compassion to rule themselves, I do not sympathize with the measures they took and how far they're willing to go to get that independence. Char acts friendly, but he always seems to be using Garma and sometimes gets a really murderous look in his eyes. Anyway, it was really moving, and there was such a wealth of character expressions.
Sure, it looks and sounds like a nice bonding moment, but we all know how much of that is a lie. It was a really enjoyable and stimulating recording! Uh oh, invented for the anime guy knows exactly what Char has going on. The assassination squad is no better. Surprising to see General Revil in attendance here at a Gihren speech, but then this is the day before they formally rebelled against the Earth Federation I suppose. As the story continues, the time and situation change.