Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working)

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Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working)

Postby Cascade » Fri Nov 09, 2007 11:17 pm

My second try. Don't be intimidated by the large posts. If you don't want to read through it all, I can summarize, or fill you in on details as the RP moves.

The sections that PCs must read are the Intro, Character Sheet, and Strategic System. (Sort of)

If you're unfamiliar with Gundam, you may want to read the Background.
If you're unsure of what kinds of characters are acceptable, or are simply undecided about what sort of role yours will play, then read the Archetypes.
For background information on the landmarks and areas in the setting, Solamente Archipelago, then read Settlements.

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Gundam 0080: The Forgotten War


Intro
The Solamente Archipelago is a little known island off the coast of Australia. An unusual biome similar to New Zealand in its strange, varied environments made more distinctive by the disrupted movement of the planet since Operation British, Solamente is a landscape filled with opposites: Rich jungles like those common in southeast Asia, and dry, arid forests strangely reminiscent of European coniferous forests. There is a snowed-out mountain range to the north of surprisingly high altitude in the midst of the forest region and a flat basin towards the south of the archipelago where a sub-munition from nuclear warheads earlier in the war struck, leaving the land barren and desert-like. The central section of the island is a tough and impenetrable rainforest. Solamente itself is vaguely similar to Greenland in shape, and is roughly 100 nautical miles wide from east to west at its largest point, and 200 miles from north to south.

The landscape is rich in natural resources, which were prized by the Zeonic forces during the early months of the war. Part of the reason why the colonies signed the Antarctic treaty was to eliminate the Federation’s tactical nuclear advantage, but also because the war would inevitably shift planetside, and there Zeon’s forces could begin gathering resources to fuel their massive war machine, slowly growing too large to be supported by Side 3 and its allies alone. But overall the island has only slight tactical importance in the grand scale of the Federation/Zeon war. UC 0079 is almost at a close, and Zeon is slowly being pushed back by a series of victories spurned onward by a mysterious prototype unit in the hands of the Federation, with a young pilot, ironically, from the colonies, rumored to be the next stage of human evolution.

But here on the sleepy island of Solamente these things are nothing more than rumors. The terms “Newtype” and “Gundam” don’t register with the small local population, or the pilots of the Mobile Suit detachments sent to this inconsequential place. A garrison of Zeonic troops was sent here in ’79 to set up a mining facility and appropriate food supplies from the local farming communities, but was shocked to discover a little known backwater Federation Base located on the Northern half of the archipelago. Fueled onward by the peak of the war frenzy between both sides, the “Feddies” and “Zekes” here continue their useless battle, isolated from the greater conflict between the earth and sky.

Here there are no heroes, and no aces. Just tired, jaded young men and women who continue to "fight" the war on the eve of UC 0080 in a series of short confrontations and scouting battles. Half a year has passed since hostilities officially commenced on Solamente, and no progress has been made. Adversaries glare angrily over their borders and from behind their gun emplacements at each other. More soldiers are taken out of combat by dysentery and sickness in the jungles than are killed in combat with the enemy. An ancient soldier once described a similar situation in the wars of the past, when earth was still divided by nations, and space travel was a child’s dream, as the “sitzkreig.”

All of that is soon about to change.

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Character Sheet

Federation or Zeon.
Earth Federation is the united planetary government that has abolished all the old nations and is waging a war against the Principality of Zeon, the rebellious space colonies who want independence from the Earth. (It's more complicated than this, though; see Background.)

Name:
Position:
(If you are Pilot, Officer, or Operator) Rank: (In order of lowest to highest: Cadet, Ensign, Sergeant, Warrant Officer, Lieutenant, Major. I will approve and disapprove ranks at my own discretion, so you don't need to fill this out unless you prefer a position, but that's no guarantee you will get it. Don't worry, military decorum is not a large issue on either side.)
Experience: (The One Year War is almost over. Your experience depends on whether you were test piloting mobile suits or part of experimental training divisions before 0079. If you are Federation, it is unlikely you will have more than a year of MS experience, but you may have piloted other vehicles like tanks and space fighters for long before that. If you are Zeon, you are far more likely to have over a year of MS experience because your side invented MS and has been running training exercises with them for longer. Note that this does not have any bearing on your actual skill in combat in the course of this RP's battles, unlike real life. So don't complain if a rookie manages to beat you somehow through some ingenious and lucky trick.
For non-pilot classes, experience is fairly open ended. I will look at it.)
Gender:
Appearance: (Height, eye/hair color, and any unique physical traits or marks. On-duty characters are required to wear Federation/Zeon designated uniforms at all times, but you may modify them slightly, like wearing the collar open, different pants, a jacket, etc. Off-duty clothes are pretty much anything you want.)
Distinguishing features: (Marks, things the character carries with him/her that are readily visible/identifying mannerisms/things that make your character noticable or stand out. He/she may have none.)
Uniforms:
Federation
Zeon

Personality:
Likes:
Dislikes:
Prized posessions:

Background: (Secrets and personal things you don't want other PCs to possibly know or find out without your choosing, PM to me. Small things that you decide for yourself to make up are okay, but don't go making up lots of "secrets" on a whim please. Have a solid base for your character from the get-go. I will not allow sudden revelations that affect the main plot strongly unless you tell me in advance. On the other hand I will possibly decide other small things that will secretly happen to change your character's background and reveal them in the course of the RP.)

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Strategic System

The Federation side has one division of three squads, each containing five MS, one operator APC, as well as a small number of air superiority and attack fighters. There will be 5 Federation pilot characters, but the squad may be shifted around, so I am willing to allow a few over that amount. (Like one or two.) In the same way, the Zeon side has two squads with five MS, as well as the same support numbers as the Federation. They are outnumbered slightly (To offset the superior experience and slightly earlier access to high grade MS), but the maximum number of Zeon PCs will be roughly the same.

All of the PCs on both sides involved in the piloting of mobile suits or the operation/command/maintainence of those MS will be in the same squad. The other squad/squads will be NPC with the possibility of one or two exceptions of the RP gets more crowded than I'm expecting.

Why is this important? I will create a squad roster that will look like this:

Squad Name
Officer in Command:
*Name* *Rank* *MS*
Operator:
*Name* *Rank*
Engineering:
*Name*
Pilots:
*Name* *Rank* *MS*
*Name* *Rank* *MS*
*Name* *Rank* *MS*
*Name* *Rank* *MS*
*Name* *Rank* *MS*

Combat Record:
Sorties:
Designated Patrol Sector: (Will be designated once I design a map.)
Confirmed Targets Destroyed:
*Number of MS*
*Number of Vehicles*
*Number of Fighters*
*Number of Tactical Targets*

Stockpile:

So, both sides will have one squad of PCs: This is what your teams will look like. There will be other squads of NPCs that you will fight against and probably kill off or otherwise rout.

As you can imagine, this will get complicated. But in reality, all you need to worry about is what you want from your MS, your character, and fighting occasionally. I’ll handle the grittier aspects, since I don’t intend for this RP to be larger than 5 pilots or so on each side.

I will keep records of your team's performance, and you WILL actually be fighting PCs and NPCs on the other side, so be fair and do not godmod. Although in Gundam, your MS's destruction usually means your death, if your MS is destroyed due to your choices, I will let you escape to fight again, although, if you godmod, you may be leaving an arm or a leg behind as you scramble out of your metal carcass.

Unlike other RPs, I will be watching the fights carefully, since being GM, I play all NPCs. The battles against NPCs will be "easy battles" and "hard battles" while the battles against PCs will obviously vary depending on how well you play. Use strategy, take advantage of your MS's weapons, and I will award hits of varying severity to other MS. If you feel that a decision was unjust, don't worry. I don't plan on killing off any PCs unless it is important to the plot. Your safety isn't guaranteed, but you are guaranteed that even if your side loses the battle, you won't get kicked off the island or anything by the others.

Even so, take the battles seriously.
The victor will be awarded with new MS parts, as well as any discarded parts that they can scavenge from the battlefield. These parts and equipment will go into the Stockpile and is left for your squad's use alone. It's up to the members of the squad to decide who gets what and who is most qualified to use a newly readied MS, though obviously the last say goes to the officer. If there is too much of a debate, I will decide for you. Be fair. Your teams won't always get a full upgrade, so put the MS where it will go to the best use.

For Federation: Supplies are ample but of average quality. If you lose an MS's arm, you will be able to replace it, and a constant stream of ammunition and equipment flows into your base because of the Federation's superior production capacity and logistics. Still, you may want to go into the city to find better parts, and perhaps even something the Zeon side made in the hope of getting one of their MS someday.
Zeon: Zeonic engineering is masterful, but look out. Be very careful not to get damaged. It takes longer for Zeonic troops to regenerate their damaged MS back to maximum shape. You may find yourself going into the city to buy contraband MS parts that are inferior in quality to the original.

This sounds a lot like Front Mission and not Gundam, doesn't it? The best approximation of what you will be capable of is, predictably enough, Gundam 8th MS Team, or perhaps even a little better than that. If you are confused on the atmosphere or way battles will be played out, you can look to that anime or talk to me to figure it out. As you can see, without the heroic Gundam and the superhuman Newtypes, it becomes a story of normal people who live and die by the bullet and charged particle to satisfy a farcical conflict.

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Added after 25 minutes:


Background of RP: GUNDAM

In the years leading up to colonial settlement in space, the world experienced a period of turmoil in which numerous ethic and border conflicts led to the creation of a United Earth Federation, which assumed control of the world’s government and dissolved previously standing nations. Although this was at the expense of regional autonomy, and the political body of the Earth Federation maintained the power of stronger nations over the weaker ones, it created a protective umbrella that at the very least helped lessen wars and violence between former nations worldwide.

Perhaps the Federation’s greatest accomplishment was the establishment of the space colonization program. In order to combat world overpopulation nearing 10 billion, the O’Neil space colony design was used to great effect to create space-going communities, and the Universal Century chronology was adopted to describe the new phase human civilization had entered.
At that time, the first colony cylinder cluster Side 1 began construction, and the human race would enter a new era in which people born in space, and people born on their mother earth, struggled to define their existence and justify their own ways of life.

The space colonies, groups of O’Neil cylinders settled upon Lagrange points to remain relatively static in relation to the movement of Earth and the other planets, became civilization in earnest when vast numbers of humans began to settle in Sides 1-8. The solar-powered colonies that utilized centrifugal force to simulate gravity allowed human beings to adapt admirably to living in space, but they were still connected by an umbilical cord of supplies to the Earth. By the year UC 0040, 40% of humanity had migrated into space. Entire generations of human beings were raised and had children in the colonies.

It was not long before the colonies, gradually reaching a level of relative self-sustenance, began talk of independence. Schools of philosophy such as “Ere-ism” evolved that described the mother planet as a sacred place, and that it was mankind’s destiny to move into the stars. “Side-ism” was naturally the belief that Side colonies should be independent from the earth. Eventually these ideas culminated into the philosophy “Contolism,” proposed by Side 3 thinker Zeon Zum Deikun. This escalated until his home colony declared independence in UC 0058 from the Earth Federation, which immediately enacted sanctions upon the colony known as the Bardot Policy and converted their more recently established lunar colony Von Braun into a military base and research laboratory.

The New Republic of Zeon lasted for 10 years with its new independence before Deikun died mysteriously, and was replaced by Degwin Sodo of the influential Zabi family. Differing strongly in his policy from Deikun, the Zabis expanded Zeon’s military force and eventually replaced the Republic with the Grand Duchy of Zeon in UC 0069. Degwin’s radical son Ghiren commenced a purge of Zeon’s followers, and Side 3 began a new direction of military expansion and aggressive rhetoric towards the still-hostile Earth Federation. Ghiren would later propose, in light of new human evolution theories and the mysterious “Newtypes,” that the colonial “Spacenoids” were actually superior to their earth-bound ancestors.

UC 0079: War broke out between Zeon and the Earth Federation.

In the first week of the war, nuclear weapons were used indiscriminately along with chemical warfare devices. As a result, a massive number of civilians were killed and the colonies of Side 5 were completely obliterated. The most dangerous weapon in Zeon’s arsenal was the O’Neil cylinder itself: During Zeon’s Operation British, a colony from Side 2 was filled with nerve gas, killing everyone inside, and the cylinder was moved into earth orbit to attempt a trajectory capable of hitting the Earth Federation’s South American military headquarters at Jaburo. The colony instead hit Sydney, Australia, destroying much of the continent and permanently damaging the Earth’s natural environment, even going so far as to distort the Earth’s rotation slightly. The world underwent subtle but disruptive environment changes in some parts.

Side 5 was destroyed by the Federation’s nuclear weapons in order to prevent a massive colony drop as an indirect result of the Battle of Loum, which saw the first large scale battle involving a deadly new weapon created by Zeonic scientists: The Mobile Suit.

Essentially a humanoid tank with great agility, the MS was to revolutionize warfare. Conventional tanks and fighters stood no chance against the new weapon, which could fulfill both of their combat positions with superior proficiency. The Earth Federation, badly beaten at Loum, scrambled to create their own MS to match Zeon’s flexible and effective Zaku II.

Eventually the material and human losses were so great that the Earth Federation and Zeon agreed to sign a ban on nuclear arms and colony drops known as the Antarctic Treaty. From there on, the battles would be fought with conventional forces and the new Mobile Suits. Zeon quickly prepared an operation to begin invasion of Earth and neutralize the Federation as a power, so that it would no longer have any influence over any colony, or even over its own planet. The Federation meanwhile concentrated on improving its military forces to reel in the rebel colonies and force them into loyalty with the mother planet.

It would seem that signing the Antarctic Treaty gave the warring powers of the Universal Century free reign to continue their bloody war. For how long, no one could say.
The struggle between the colonies and the Earth and their trials to define humanity’s destiny continues.

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Archetypes

This is to give you an idea of what kinds of characters we will be seeing here. Suggestions, as it were, as to what kinds of roles will be open to your character. In other words, you don’t have to read this, but it might help you if you’re stuck. When making a character, consider how active you are going to be, and remember that your position can always change; plot moves, and I’m pretty accommodating. If you may not be able to post often, a support position would be better than an active combat position. If you don’t know much about the mechanics, don’t be a mechanic or operator. Even a few civilian positions will be open.

MS pilot: Basic character class. Almost all characters will be MS pilots. These are the “fighter pilots” of the UC, but also the soldiers. There are “aces,” yet they are in ground combat and have an idea of the grittiness of warfare too. Imagine a hotshot young ace mixed in with the grizzled old veteran archetypes from real warfare. MS pilots are attracted by the glory only to find themselves as the average grunt. But occasionally ones of exceptional skill are awarded with better MS. Thus there is a certain kind of “ace” mentality amongst pilots, in that they behave like normal soldiers, but the ones of exceptional skill are rewarded like fighter pilots. Their tactics are coordinated in the same way as ground troops and fighter wings, rather than armored divisions as you would expect. But right now, most of the MS pilots are sitting and off duty, and many react in different ways to this. Some are antsy and itching for a fight, wanting to go up in rank so that they can pilot a better MS; or perhaps they simply want to destroy the other side. Others are happy that there is no combat, and don’t know what they would do if hostilities flared again. Most are dedicated to their sides and/or to the friendships they’ve made with their comrades in arms.

Officer: One of the academy graduates on either side who was sent for whatever reason to the backwater Solamente archipelago to take command. In the Zeon base, the officers are highly qualified and experienced, and were sent there as a sign of respect, but in the Federation base, the officers, while still highly qualified, were likely stationed there as a punishment for insubordination, or a particular attitude not liked by their superiors. They can also be an MS pilot, or an operator. Although the ranking system on the archipelago has broken down on both sides, there are still those with military rank. Mostly, there are those who can order others around, and those who can’t. But a lot of that means little because many of those who were once in charge are now dead, and the soldiers mostly take their orders from higher ranked soldiers. Thus the stagnation of combat has taken root, for there are few soldiers in charge, and even fewer gutsy enough to start another offensive. Those officers that remain are often mediators between soldiers growing irritable and uneasy over the long wait for combat, as well as soldiers themselves. Since almost all of the warfare on the island takes place in MS and not with ground troops (The hilly terrain and dense jungle would just wear out the soldiers to the point of uselessness, whereas the MS can sort of plow through or hover over problematic areas.) the officers are also in charge of making sure the mechanics stay on task, on-site law enforcement against the soldiers in the place of official MPs, filing paperwork to have replacement parts and ammunition shipped in, and other dreary business. One has to wonder if these officers will ever put their academy training to use.

Mechanic: These are the workers who help keep the MS in working order. The heavily armored machines are surprisingly fragile. Powered by a Minovsky fusion reactor, it needs no fueling, but the average Mobile Suit is still a demanding child to take care of. Its complicated balance system that keeps the machine from keeling over in the same way that humans do when they stand straight can be damaged, and the MS becomes useless. Joints and internal skeletons stretch and wear out faster in certain conditions than in others. The camera and head of a mobile suit is especially a problematic area. Mechanics are also responsible for modifying MS, painting them with camouflage, and adjusting machines for different environments and operations. Keeping the machines stocked with ammunition and spare parts is an invaluable but inglorious job, and many mechanics on site at both the Federation and Zeon bases fulfill other tasks, even though they already have their hands full outfitting each MS for the many varying environments one can encounter on the archipelago.

Operators: Basically communications officers, who are also sometimes mechanics, and intelligence officers who run the radar arrays and communication lines from the base to the soldiers, and sometimes from a MS or armored vehicle on the actual battlefield. Managing information is the key to victory in warfare, and the operators spend most of their time making sure Solamente stays in touch with Federation and Zeonic garrisons that were set up in the smoking remains of Australia. But the communications systems on both sides have been conspicuously quiet, and it has been some time since either side has heard from their allies, besides the occasional order from command. The shipment of MS parts is predetermined; no communications necessary as long as a computerized checklist is sent in to the factory by officers, so whether or not new machines are showing up at the base is no indication of the situation on the mainland. Operators only need to act as the soldier’s eyes and ears in the field, where the fog of war can often leave a squad isolated and alone, unaware of where enemy patrols are. Both sides participate regularly in a delicate dance involving squads just conveniently showing up at the same area at different times, in order to avoid all-out confrontation, which neither the Zekes or Feddies have resources to go through. Skilled operators are responsible for this activity being possible. Some of them are brave enough to run communications from smaller APCs and armored fighting vehicles on the front lines, so close to MS that could squash them like a bug.

A large number of mechanics and operators are also assigned to do the dirty work at the base. Some have to cook for the soldiers or go into town to buy supplies. Others are janitors. Only the most qualified and skilled mechanics, or ones who are clever at keeping themselves busy, escape extra responsibilities outside of the hanger.

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Mobile Suit:
For Federation:
RGM-79G GM Ground Type "Block A"

During the stalemate period of the One Year War, the Earth Federation Forces were playing a fast game of catch-up on the introduction of mobile suits into warfare by the Principality of Zeon. One of their earlier prototypes was the groundpounding RX-79[G] Gundam, based loosely on the original "Project V" prototype RX-78-2 Gundam operating elsewhere during the war. From the RX-79[G] came another experimental unit, intended for mass-production. Called the RGM-79[G] GM Ground Type, it used 80% of the same parts as its RX-79[G] predecessor, as well as its extremely durable lunar titanium alloy armor and its ability to use beam rifles, but was more powerful yet cheaper to produce.
(Copied from Mecha HQ)

Note: Federation GM Ground types here use superhard steel rather than lunar titanium.

GMs are the workhorses of the Federation military. Hastily designed off of the experimental Gundam, they were made in large numbers in the early months of 0079. Because the Earth Federation's defense budget was notoriously "thrifty," the GM's overall performance was originally vastly inferior to that of most Zeon mobile suits, and large numbers of pilots lost their lives struggling against the machine's shortcomings to put up a fight. Over time the military acknowledged the need to improve their MS and the GM soon grew more effective with each revision. It is easy to use, fairly quick, and unlike the Zaku, can use beam weapons and beam cap weapons freely without impacting its performance. However, untill recently, the GM's primary disadvantage versus the Zeonic troops was the inexperience of Federation pilots and its paper-thin armor.

The GM Ground type used here (Which technically shouldn't be because 12 were used in the Kojima battallion and the rest assigned to fighting Zeon's offensive in Europe but who cares? XD) is a modified "Block A" version; the antiquated designation being used at the end (Improperly as well) to show that these GMs are heavily tweaked to provide superior performance. Unique to Solamente's Federation garrison, the Block C GM has had its internal parts stripped and reorganized/replaced with simpler mechanics to make it easier to service and repair. The refitted structure of the machine does not provide more protection, but it is lighter and affords the GM a higher power/weight ratio. So its performance is closer to that of a Zeonic Zaku II than a normal GM, with a slight advantage over the Zaku in speed, although it still has a tad bit less armor.

For Zeon:
MS-06J Zaku II Ground Type

During the One Year War, the Principality of Zeon's most heavily mass-produced mobile suit was the MS-06F Zaku II. However, many variants of the F-type Zaku were also introduced during the war, and the MS-06J Zaku II was almost completely identical to it. The J-type was built exclusively for ground combat, removing the vernier thrusters required on space-use F-type models. The J-type also carried a slightly more powerful powerplant (possibly to assist in its mobility under the full-gravity conditions of Earth) and was waterproofed for limited underwater operations. Despite this minor differences, the J-type Zaku is 99% visually identical to the standard F-type. The J-type also uses all of the same standard armaments as its spaceborne counterpart. J-type Zakus were notably employed in the Southeast Asia campaign and in Australia, as well as by the Midnight Fenrir team during the assault on Jaburo.
(Copied from Mecha HQ)

The Zaku II reflects Zeon's advantage in warfare using MS. Quite some time before Federation military strategists came to understand that small, fast, versatile soldier units would be more effective than their old-style "large fleet of capital ships" tactics, Zeon was already experimenting with a military grade mobile suit. The Zaku I would eventually be replaced with the Zaku II, which improved upon the basic design substantially. It proved to be such a reliable frame that the Zaku II was modified endlessly, and until the creation of later MS that would supplant it in more specified roles, it fulfilled all the Zeonic military's MS needs. It later began to show its age as the Federation became more experienced with MS and developed newer, more lethal experimental suits. And even though it was mass produced, Zeon's limited resources meant that each MS was more expensive to their war effort, and the Federation could still have substantial success by submerging their superior Zaku II enemies with a sea of GMs, which were easier to produce and far cheaper.

The Zaku II J is a ground type mobile suit reflecting Zeon's "invade Earth" phase of their battle plans. Unlike its Federation counterpart, the Zaku cannot mount beam weapons, but this isn't specifically a disadvantage, as machine gun weapons used by MS are generally almost as effective as the typical GM beam spray gun, and the Zaku II's infamous "heat-hawk" axe is still lethal at close range, if with less reach than the GM's beam saber. The Zaku II Js fielded by the Zeonic attack squadron stationed on the archipelago are generally the same as the standard issue one, for it does not need modification and their resources are limited. Their performances, however, are optimized to allow the Zaku II to work in a wider range of environments without modification, since there are such a wide range of terrain types in Solamente.

Mobile Suit Data:

1-10, 10 being best.
Power: Reactor power
Speed: Ground movement speed
Thrust: Flight ability (Limited in most MS)
Agility: Stability and flexibility/turning/response time
Armor: Outer structure durability/Internal structure
Reliability: Ease of repair/reliable mechanisms

RGM-79G GM Ground Type "Block A":
Pwer: ØØØ-------
Spdy: ØØØ-------
Thrs : ØØØ-------
Agile: ØØ--------
Arm : ØØ--------
Rely : ØØ--------

MS-06J Zaku II Ground Type:
Pwer: ØØ--------
Spdy: ØØ--------
Thrs : ØØ--------
Agile: ØØØ-------
Arm : ØØØ-------
Rely : ØØØ-------

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Weapons (So you know I'm actually working on this...)

Federation:
Beam Spray Gun: Close ranged particle weapon. Damage falls off extremely fast at a distance. Good destructive value at point blank.
90mm Machine Gun: Light machine gun with low ammunition capacity. More accurate and more consistent damage that doesn't fall off at range.
Grenade: Single-use MS-thrown ordinance. Higher explosive power/lower area of effect.
Beam Saber: Superheated plasma blade. Creates wider cuts and has a longer blade than Heat weapons, but energy depletes fast making backup necessary.
Hyper Bazooka:???

Zeon:
120mm Machine Gun: Higher damage and ammunition capacity, characteristics similar to the 90mm.
90mm Machine Gun: Similar in performance to Federation Model. Higher ammunition capacity.
Cracker Grenade: Grenade with six explosive bomblets. Indiscriminate weapon that can cut down light foliage, good anti-personnel effect.
Heat Hawk: Zaku's characteristic melee weapon; an axe with a heated blade designed to cut through heavy armor. Less damaging and flexible than a beam saber, but spares are not needed.
Sturm Faust:???
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Cascade » Sun Nov 11, 2007 5:08 am

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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Dual Onoxxus » Sun Nov 11, 2007 4:43 pm

Name: Hawk Burnahm

Position: Pilot

Rank: Cadet

Experience: Piloted a tank, but never a Mobile Suit. Always wanted to pilot a MS though just never got the chance never knew the right people. As with most of his unaccomplished dreams he made up his own story as to how he would be the greatest Mobile suit pilot ever. It was merely a daydream that stayed with him. Reality was he was a tank pilot and the future didn't look to bright for him.

Gender: Male

Appearance: Height 5,7 Eye: Brown Hair: Golden brown weight: 155

There isn't to much to him his posture isn't odd or off. He stands with his weight balanced between both legs. His body is finely tuned as he enjoys running so, his cardiovascular is just as defined as his abs. His arms aren't the biggest but he does work them out so they are of reasonable size and power. His face is mad when he has a straight face on all other emotions are shown but when he is actually mad it looks like his straight face so it's hard to tell if he's mad all the time or not.

Unique physical trait: Double jointed

Uniform: Wears uniform as it should be worn. Federation style.

Distinguishing features: When he wears a straight face he looks mad but majority of the time he's daydreaming about the what if. He enjoys wearing fingerless gloves that come up to his elbows and have a design of a Phoenix, underneath his uniform. He also enjoys wearing a mask but only wears a half mask of similar design as the gloves during his free time of course. A chronic daydreamer, if he gets a free moment or is in a situation that seems even remotely boring he begins daydreaming. Which leads to him being oblivious to situations.

Uniform: Federation

Personality: A very easy to talk to easy to get along with laid back type of guy. He can be funny or serious when he needs to but for the most part he's an optimistic person. Whether he looks like it or not is a whole other story.

Likes: food, staying in shape, running.

Dislikes:hypocrites

Prized possessions: The above mentioned gloves and mask

Background: Born on earth he had a regular childhood as his parents tried there best to keep the war hidden from his eyes when he was old enough he signed up for the federation everyone he knew was against it they told him it was a bad idea to sign up during wartime. He disagreed of course he figured if he picked the right job he might be able to avoid direct combat. He let his ambitions get the better of him as he signed up to be a pilot before he knew. He felt screwed at this point, because as visual person he saw a lot of things death wise and as a tank pilot he was told to run through a lot of things whether they were people or children what ever was in his way and represented Zeon was to be rolled over or blown up. He was to only stop when he reached base. He spent a lot of night s in a cold sweat. Eventually he got over it and formed a more optimistic attitude and began daydreaming a hell of a lot.

If I need to put more let me know.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Imenak » Sun Nov 11, 2007 4:51 pm

Darn. Spent all this time on my CS, and someone else gets a similar name with me. Ah well, no point in changing it now.


Federation

Name: Samuel Hawke
Position: Operator
Rank:
Experience: Samuel manage to draft himself into the army at a year younger than the conventional age, somehow managing to cheat the system. However, this really didn’t matter in the long run, as he was still a kid during a relatively warless age. He was trained as a fighter pilot, and garnered 7 total years of experience with aerial combat. He also gathered special training in communications and strategy, as more often then not, he was chosen to be the hub of the mission for the training simulations held. When the One Year War broke out, Sam was among the first chosen to be the Federation’s first MS pilots. However, he never truly got the hang of the machines (and their experimental nature didn’t help), and after a little over 4 months of experience with it, he voluntary dropped out of the program due to lackluster performance (though it’s suggestive that it was forced). He spent the rest of the war coordinating aerial and extraterrestrial strikes against the enemy, and after pushing through some initial reluctance, MS and other grounds troops as well. In some rare occasions, he piloted his own craft into combat, but was usually forcefully grounded during the latter half of the war.
Gender: Male
Appearance: Sam is about 6’ tall in height, and has a bulk to match his imposing size. He has pure blonde hair and a coinciding set of blue eyes, which tend to be more piercing than enchanting. In spite of those intimidating features, he usually looks genial, and would probably be quite the looker if he was well grooms. However, his past-ear length hair is always messily strewn about, and has in a coming stubble of a beard he never bothers to clean up. He wears the standard issue Federation uniform, but with a jacket untucked and elongated to the point that it’s much like a trenchcoat, reaching close to the floor and flares in a dramatic manner. It’s also long-sleeved, and rarely ever buttoned up by him. However, it has the regulation design to it, so it apparently passes the military dress code. His showing inner shirt is that of a black muscle shirt with the diamond symbol of the Federation flag at its chest. Sam also has innumerable scars about him, owing it to close calls during various battles during the war.
Distinguishing features: Sam is almost always smoking, or otherwise holding a cigarette in his mouth if it’s not lit.
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Personality: Despite the fact that the man isn’t event that old, the brutalities of war and the pressures of military life has aged him beyond his years (to the point that people often believe he’s older than he actually is). As a result, he’s a little world weary and during his moody periods, cynical with just about everything. However, since being experienced a bit in leadership, he knows the importance of keeping a positive face. As a result, he usually keeps the image of a boisterous and optimistic man, always trying to keep the energy up in those he works with. In addition, when he witnesses anyone, especially new recruits, having particular trouble, he’s always quick to try and assist them with it. He likes to be subtle about this though, often cracking a joke or goading them with a remark that hints them towards the right direction, or that is otherwise designed to comfort them.

During combat and other tactical situations, Sam is usually serious and concentrated throughout, and can be rather authoritative (even if he isn’t the commanding officer). However, he always looks entirely bored with his position, often resting his face on his fist. Sometimes, he even looks like he’s entirely preoccupied with something else. Nonetheless, his mind is always entirely focused on the task at hand. He just likes to multitask at times. Also, the higher chain of command often consider him lazy, as he often procrastinates on the paperwork or just doesn’t do it at all. On the surface, Samuel is an easy going, slightly reckless, and slightly arrogant man. Underneath, he’s a tired and weary young man making the best of less than savory situations.
Likes: Resting, free time, fun, etc.
Dislikes: Work, war, paperwork.
Prized Possessions: His trusty lighter.

Background: Not much is known about Samuel Hawke from before he started his military career. However, the details concerning his record are known among many. It was often said that if Hawke had flown during war time, and before the advent of the MS, he would’ve been one of the greatest aces the Federation has ever known. Due to his prodigal aerial ability and his tenacious combat skills, he was nicknamed the “Thunderhawk” – a nickname he never uses himself, but admits that he thinks it sounds “cool.” He flew several minor missions before the war, being involved with things like air strikes on terrorists, quelling of undisclosed uprisings, and dogfights caused by misinformation and miscommunication. Certainly nothing ‘glorious’, but it garnered him reasonable combat experience during peace time, as well as recognition. He became well known during the One Year War, initially as a huge disappointment as an MS pilot, but later for his vital contributions to the effort following his removal from the MS teams, as well as the small amount of missions he himself was allowed to take part of.


I'll be PMing some specific stuff on his background too, Cas, so wait for it. =)
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Postby Jay » Mon Nov 12, 2007 1:32 am

I'll post something when I come up with it. =_=

Don't think I will recycle that old guy though.
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Postby nekoneko » Mon Nov 12, 2007 1:48 am

It's ready for CS posting already?
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Postby Cascade » Mon Nov 12, 2007 2:07 am

Yes, for character sheets. MS will be worked on later.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Aura » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:58 am

I want to try it out, but my time is minimal right now...how much time would you keep the sign ups opened Cas??
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Postby nekoneko » Mon Nov 12, 2007 11:26 am

Oh Cas, once everything is ready, I'll begin to post my CS. Cause I don't want to finalize it so soon :D
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Postby Cascade » Mon Nov 12, 2007 12:00 pm

It'll be open as long as I need players to fill the roster. Once it's filled, sign ups will be closed, though other positions may open up as the RP is played.
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Postby BobSagat » Mon Nov 12, 2007 12:06 pm

Well as much as I hate anyone's who's not from Earth, the Zaku's are just too cool for me to resist.

I'll put something up later.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Aura » Mon Nov 12, 2007 1:18 pm

Oh, whatever, I'll make a CS right now.

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God, I really did it...hope you cope with me Cas, I couldn't think on anything else, anyway >.<

Name: Calista Jovovich

Position: MS Pilot

Rank: Lieutenant, but I’m not picky if not accepted.

Experience: Calista’s experience with MS started just as the One Year War broke up; being just a teen, she had the “luck” of getting her innate piloting abilities noticed. That added to her insane learning speed, allowed her to climb up the power pyramid at a frightening pace. Her experience is all gathered in a single year, then, making her rely only on what she knew mostly by instinct, and slowly learning from the more experienced pilots, and for the events that happened every time she was deployed to the war. Once again, her unusual rate of learning made her capable of reaching even highest positions It’s known by many that she was supposed to turn into Major, but being just an adult (so she is supposed to be 18-19) made her superiors reconsider it, and hold her in her current rank, which is already something that not a few resented. Rumors also say she wouldn’t accept the new position as well, mainly because of the repercussions it would have on her piloting …

Gender: Female

Appearance: She’s 5’ 8’’, with big dark green eyes, that sometimes give the impression of emptiness, and a long, curly orange-ish hair, that falls in circles around her head and goes down to the middle of her shoulders. She wears the uniform simply, only adding to it a silver necklace, with a tear shaped pendant made of a dark reddish crystal, which is usually hidden under her jacket. She is overall slim and fit, her image displaying a symmetry hard to find in someone.

Distinguishing features: Three black dots in the middle of her forehead made her impossible to confuse with someone else; those are moles she had from birth, and are completely plan to touch, completely filled with a regular black tone. The dots are of medium size, so she can cover them with hair, but then again, she doesn’t seem to care too much about it.

Apart of that, the fact she seems to lack of strong emotions is her main feature

Uniforms: Federation

Personality: You could say she lacks of one. Calista is quiet, way too quiet, and doesn’t seem to get mad, interested, frightened, happy, bored…anything, when a “normal” person is supposed to; she usually smiles to people, but as her eyes, the smile seems to lack of any real emotion. It’s still a mystery if she had ever cried of smiled, actually. While this is quite a creepy fact, few people dares to ask her the reason for such demeanor, so things are pretty much on the dark about her. She is, however, motherly like with her fellow mates, taking care of their needs, listening to them, and even doing their works/chores, never asking for something back. She is so eager to help that many has seen her more than once working with mechanics, now that pilots are sitting and waiting, which is “unacceptable” for a Lieutenant, but she doesn’t care about that as well, as she discourage people to call her with titles, when she does it all the time. She directly rejects unnecessary violence, though; not standing anyone that uses brute force when things could be solved in a peaceful way, and those being the few occasions when a glimpse of emotions -anger, worry-ness- shows. Her emotional development will depend of the RP development as well, so for now she is pretty much a blank paper. However, once in a MS, Calista displays a ferrous sense of authority, even when her tone or attitude doesn’t change too much, her teammates can easily notice they aren’t being guided by a fool or a silly girl. It’s known as well that she actually “enjoys” –she used that word- piloting MS, and some say it may be due to the similarities Calista keeps with a machine; a rude statement, but not too far from the actual truth.

Likes: MS, people, music.

Dislikes: Violence, death and related stuff.

Prized possessions: The necklace she always carries, which belonged to her late mother; she never takes it out, and I mean never. Also, she doesn’t let anyone touch it, and most of the times keeps it under her jacket, so only a few had actually seen it.

Background: Born in a small town, where nothing really happened until the war was about to start, Calista was found by chance when a convoy going to a main base needed to stop in her town, the car of the man in charge needing some urgent repairs. However, he had just picked the only town when apparently nobody knew how to fix a car. When he asked, obviously altered, who was in charge of the reparations, they pointed at the redhead with the eerie eyes, who was just working on another car. The man didn’t believe it until he saw Calista fixing the car, which was of a model that wasn’t in the town, in a matter of hours, after looking at some catalogues and looking at the pieces in silence. The man wasn’t a fool, and quickly asked for the parents of the girl, so he could talk with them about taking her to work for the Federation.

Her parents were dead.

Shocking as it was, the girl had lived by her own since she was very young, repairing things for money, and living in a small house by herself. Her parents two healthy young couple, died unexpectedly, leaving the small girl on her own. That actually made things easier for the man, who asked the girl directly. She was working back on the other car. “I don’t care”, said without turning to him, as she kept working on the machine. She set off with the convoy the next morning. Her sudden jump from mechanic to pilot happened once it was evident when the girl started using MS without any training, based on what she had seen, and on the repairing she had done herself.

And I may PM you some stuff Cas.
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Postby BG07 » Mon Nov 12, 2007 4:21 pm

Hey Cas, did you get my PM?

Added after 3 hours 1 minutes:

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Name: Gus Nisehold
Position: Officer/Operator
Rank: Lieutenant

Experience: One of the newer arrivals to the Solamente Archipelago, Gus has a solid track record dating back to even before the war had begun. His expertise lie mostly in the communication department, but he has been known to be a very skilled electrician as well. He’s been a soldier ever since he was old enough to join the Federation forces, and has been steadily rising in rank and skill ever since.

Although Gus isn’t combat ready, his usefulness in other areas more than compensate for the fact that he barely knows how to fire any kind of weapon. In times of battle, he’s even been known to turn tail and hide whenever trouble rears it’s ugly head. Often times this has lead to his near court marshaling and even possibly his execution. However, despite his many acts of cowardice, the Federation still sees some value in his skills. His brilliance with electronics is what kept him alive to this day, and he was in fact one of the people who helped design the original gundam’s electrical system.
Gender: Male

Appearance: Height: 5’11, Hair: Brown, Eyes: Brown

In one word, most people would describe Gus as being just average. Or at the very least, just someone who doesn’t really stand out too much in a crowd. He’s not too big or too small, and his build isn’t anything to brag about much either. The man is neither ugly nor beautiful, and his hair is kept in a completely bland sort of fashion. His hair is messy and un kept, falling just below the top of his shoulders.

He has a small amount of facial hair as well, a small mustache that is complemented with a little soul patch on his chin. Other than his mustache, the only other thing that may be considered unique about the man, is the fact that he wears glasses. The glasses have a thick black frame to them, however the lenses themselves don’t seem to be too thick. On the corner of the right lens Gus has a small light that he uses when he works on electronics.
Distinguishing features: Just his mustache and his glasses

Uniforms: Federation, Gus wears the uniform in the way that it’s supposed to be worn. He doesn’t want to draw any unwanted attention to his already blotched record.

Personality: Gus is very lazy, and tends to hide whenever he’s needed for something. He’d rather be doing nothing or tinkering around in his lab as opposed to doing actual work. The man is very eccentric, and very distant from reality. He can’t seem to relate at all with people, and often has trouble communicating with them (despite his clear talent on the radio)Gus is a nice enough guy though, and most of the people he meets realize that about him right away. He’s carefree, and when he does get trapped into doing some kind of work, he’ll simply let out a sigh and get to it without arguing. Gus doesn’t like to start trouble, and will often times back down whenever someone disagrees with him.

Likes: Electronics, Sleeping, Being alone
Dislikes: Arguments, Violence, Work
Prized possessions: He has a pen that he’s constantly twirling within his fingers and never leaves his side.

Background: Other than having a terrible record whenever battles seem to come around, Gus seems to be a pretty reliable person. When he’s not pressured, he can be considered a genius. He has had a hand in inventing many of the Federation’s new weapons, and is quite the handy tool to have around the base. His life before the war wasn’t terrible, he was just a normal kid with a normal life. Other than his apparent aptitude for his schoolwork and his eccentric brilliance, Gus lead a very average life up until he became a member of the Federation forces.
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Postby Hasegawa Rayven » Mon Nov 12, 2007 6:19 pm

THere seems to be a large amount of Feddy Scum.

DId you get my PM Cas?
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Cascade » Mon Nov 12, 2007 6:27 pm

Just repost your sheet here.
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Postby BG07 » Mon Nov 12, 2007 6:33 pm

Hasegawa Rayven wrote:THere seems to be a large amount of Feddy Scum.


There is a definite need for moar Zeon troops...
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby BobSagat » Mon Nov 12, 2007 7:24 pm

Hey, Imenak and Onoxx, can't you guys get more... y'know... different names?

Zeon

Name: Jovis Danko
Position: Pilot
Rank: Sergeant
Experience: A year of combat training, yet no real combat experience. Jovis always has the remarkable ability to avoid combat, just as it seems he's about to enter it. That's not to say that he purposely escapes from the battlefield, it's just that his battlegroup's has always managed to skirt out of a fight.
Gender: Male
Appearance: A Eurasian man, brown in skin color with dark hair, but with mostly European facial features. A wide chin, solid nose and firm stature, Jovis can be quite the intimidating man. He's not overly large, but he has a presence that is undeniably noticeable. As for his uniform, he treats it with careless disregard, his shirt unstuffed and collar popped.
Distinguishing features: None
Uniforms: Zeon

Personality: Months of non-combat has left Jovis generally lazy to the whole idea of war. He's generally too relaxed before a fight, usually because it turns out to be a false alarm or just a drill. He joined the Zeon military with full intention of fighting for their independence and his loyalty is and will always be unquestionable. Nowadays though, he's significantly less intense and tries to take life as easily as he possibly can.
Likes: A relaxing day
Dislikes: Annoying things
Prized possessions: None

Background: A first-generation child of the colonies from a pair of love-struck Eurasian immigrants. Their admiration of the stars passed down to their son and he took it on with the vigorous zeal that teenagers often have and he became an intense Zeon Zum Deikun, joining the local Contolism political group until the time his colony declared independence, prompting him to eagerly join the military.

Unfortunately for Jovis, he was only assigned to minor side-jobs, like protecting supply shipments from one colony to the next. In essence, he completely missed out on the One-Year war and though he still holds pride in being a part of the colonies, his fanatic attitude has lessened to nonexistence. He does whatever he can, but he no longer expects to ever get to go in battle.

Then he got transferred to Solamente.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Imenak » Mon Nov 12, 2007 7:28 pm

I'm willing to change mine if Cas asks me too. However, right now, the "Hawke" part of his last name is integral to the character.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Aura » Mon Nov 12, 2007 8:43 pm

Imenak likes birds ^_^

Hey BG, your guy would probably be one of the persons that give mine loads of work she isn't supposed to do XD.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Nebacanezzar » Mon Nov 12, 2007 8:54 pm

Well, here's my character. Put more thought into this one than my last Gundamn charcter.

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Name: James Belton
Position: Pilot
Rank: Sergeant

Experience: James started out as a fighter pilot for the Federation. However, when the need for MS pilots came, James signed up. His reflexes as a fighter pilot helped him in battle, but strategy wise he wasn’t the best. He depended on others to come up with strategies so he could focus more on fighting the battle. How he managed to survive so long in the war, he has no idea.

Gender: Male

Appearance: James has red hair that he tries to keep in line, but it always ends up messy for one reason or another (He blames his Irish heritage). His eyes are a dull green in color, sometimes hidden by his hair when it gets too long. He doesn’t have any facial hair, always making sure to shave it off before anyone sees it. He just doesn’t think he looks good with facial hair, that’s all. He is around 5’11” inches in height, and weighs around 230 pounds. His form isn’t really bulky, just kind of plain. It isn’t until you actually see him without clothing do you realize that he has muscles.

Distinguishing features: The red hair is a damn good give away that it’s James. He also has a pair of red, fingerless gloves on at all times, except for sleep and showers.
Uniforms: Apart from the standard for Federation uniforms, James has his deep red, fingerless gloves that he wears at all times. His jacket is usually open, and he wears a loose fitting white shirt under it.

Personality: James is friendly, but when he has a few drinks* he is a riot. Still, war has had its toll on him, and some think it has to do with the fact that his eyes are a dull green instead of a brighter green. At times he will seem to stare off into the sky for no reason what so ever, but not for long as he quickly goes back to whatever he was doing. He doesn’t care if he is on anyone’s bad side, but will stand up for others regardless of how they feel towards him.
Likes: Good drink, good company
Dislikes: Assholes, people who take away his drinks, and bad drinks
Prized possessions: His red gloves that he got from his father before going to war.

Background: James Belton always loved planes. Since he was young he loved the idea of being able to soar above the clouds. Some feel this is the reason that he decided to be a fighter pilot in the Federation, and James would agree. He would say that there are other reasons, but he just wouldn’t tell them to anyone. Still, his skill as a fighter pilot was well known during the early stages of the war, until the MS started to appear. That’s when he stopped piloting a fighter jet and started piloting a MS on the Federation side. Still, his skill as a fighter pilot earned him the nickname of the Soaring Phoenix. He doesn’t know when people started to call him that, but he likes the name all the same.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Imenak » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:07 pm

I do like birds! Ah, and if it's necessary, I can make changes to my CS and switch to Zeon if the numbers are too high on the Federation side.
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Postby NeoWarrior7 » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:09 pm

I'll see if I can't make a Zeon tomorrow.
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Aura » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:10 pm

I like the Feddies so far, so stay there! I want to have nice teammates, so my charatacter doesn't get overwhelmed with other's work :P

When would Cas start accepting anyway?
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Re: Gundam 0080: Reverse of Universal Century (Still Working

Postby Nebacanezzar » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:15 pm

After the MS CSs are made I think.
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Postby Aura » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:20 pm

But we all are using the same MSs....right?
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