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Seeing as Gaia Gear takes place in the UC0200s, a period no other Gundam production I know of other than g-savior touches upon, is there any reason it can't be official, or still be seen as the future of UC?

I'm not saying it should be. I think the idea that the federation are still kicking after Victory seems very incongruous to me. And other than the mecha, basically nothing about it seems interesting to me, particular since it basically reuses the conflict of Hathaway's Flash. But... there's nothing to stop it still being the future of UC, right?
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Domestic violence

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Symphogear General - /sgg/

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>no wait you can't just go for my crew compartme- *SWHING*
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IT'HAPPENING GUYS

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Help get the Robotics;Notes VN localized

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Robotics;Notes is basically /m/: the visual novel. It's about huge mecha fans that seek to build a giant robot in real life. That's why it's more a story about /m/ than a traditional mecha.

Some of you might have already seen the anime, which as an adaptation is a mixed bag due to pacing issues. If you liked it, you're bound to like the VN even more. If you didn't, I believe you can still like the VN. A lot of the content that would appeal to /m/ doesn't exactly make the cut either.

One of the things that's really interesting about the R;N VN is that its engineering aspects were directly supervised by JAXA to make it as accurate as possible. It goes really in-depth about the challenges and limitations of building a giant robot in real life and the science behind it. The whole building process is very detailed.

The whole story is overflowing with love for the mecha genre and it's filled with all types of references to the classics. There's plenty of discussion about mecha tropes and so on, and I'm personally really fond of the ways it finds to incorporate those tropes into its own story.

Anyway, a group of fans organized a petition to get the game localized. I know petitions have a stigma of being useless, but in this case, the publishers have actually expressed interest in localizing this title if there's enough demand. So this is actually the perfect tool to show the companies involved that there's a demand for the title. With enough signatures, we know that it will be effective this time.

https://www.change.org/p/spike-chunsoft-please-localize-robotics-notes-elite-for-english-audiences

Please lend us your help, /m/.
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Does anybody have any official lineart of pic related's round mover equipment from the actual front?

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So in the end, did Amuro and Char transcend into some being like Stephen and joined the Axiom?

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>Draw a girl
>Call it a mech
Lame
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how do you people enjoy this shit?

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>monsters on screen for like 20 minutes
>human parts of the movie are mind-numbingly boring and retarded
>monsters don't speak, just big and dumb

genuine question, what do you guys get out of these movies?