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Old 2010-09-07, 05:55   Link #2361
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I think I get it now, 'Der Weisser'... Though that is only implied if it's Akito's frame. Possibly not, though probably so if they're showing it.
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Old 2010-09-07, 06:08   Link #2362
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One of the kmf for the new anime?

It's absurd, now, a story in 2017 with more modern kmf of R2.

Another commercial production?
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Old 2010-09-07, 18:49   Link #2363
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It's absurd, now, a story in 2017 with more modern kmf of R2.
Not necessarily. Perhaps the design will turn out to be an experimental model after all but that wouldn't automatically make it any better or worse than the Lancelot and its variants. Performance is a key factor, not just its rough physical characteristics.

And I suppose reading the text (if we could) would help, no? At least a little bit.
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Old 2010-09-07, 19:54   Link #2364
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that kmf is gorgeous
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Old 2010-09-08, 20:11   Link #2365
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Does anybody know where the idea for a mech came from? I know Gundam is pretty old and transformers is obviously an american adaptation, but where did the giant humanoid robot-warrior idea come from?
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Old 2010-09-08, 20:24   Link #2366
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Does anybody know where the idea for a mech came from? I know Gundam is pretty old and transformers is obviously an american adaptation, but where did the giant humanoid robot-warrior idea come from?
1880 Jules Verne novel La Maison vapeur (The Steam House) featured a steam-powered, piloted, mechanical elephant. One of the first appearances of such machines in modern literature was the tripods of H. G. Wells' famous The War of the Worlds.

Earliest I can go with how far back mechs go.
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Old 2010-09-08, 21:28   Link #2367
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The earliest version of a metal, mechanical, giant humanoid automaton was from the Greek legends that involved Talos.
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Old 2010-09-08, 21:29   Link #2368
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The earliest version of a metal, mechanical, giant humanoid automaton was from the Greek legends that involved Talos.
Oh Talon, the giant bronze war-machine that was featured in the game "Spartan Total-Warrior" or something close to that name
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Old 2010-09-08, 21:34   Link #2369
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Oh Talon, the giant bronze war-machine that was featured in the game "Spartan Total-Warrior" or something close to that name


Another automaton from antiquity would be the Golem.

It was a particularly nasty beasty that was virtually indestructable, kinda like a Gundam...which phoenetically sounds kinda like Gundam.
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Old 2010-09-09, 18:34   Link #2370
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Wink

Thanks for the answers guys, but i was kinda looking for just the anime genre. in that case, i think Mobile Suit Gundam is as far back as I found, in 1979. (on my birthday too!)
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Old 2010-09-09, 20:04   Link #2371
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Oh you wanted oldest anime.

That would be Gigantor.
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Old 2010-09-09, 20:53   Link #2372
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Oh you wanted oldest anime.

That would be Gigantor.
Well, that is very old. not very interested in watching, just curious. thanks!
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Old 2010-10-05, 07:23   Link #2373
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Seeing how that new KMF has a female appearance. It's seems likely that it will probably be named Guinevere if it sticks with the basic theme they have used in the past.

I am curious about one thing. What generation of KMF technology would you think the Gun Ru and Panzer-Hummel fall into?
It doesn't seem as if they would fall into the 3rd Generation. That's the level of the Ganymede. Would you think the 4th Generation with models such as the Glasgow?
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According to Mahq the TQ-19 Gun-Ru is a 4th generation KMF while the Mk3-E2E8 Panzer Hummel is a 7th Generation KMF.

Here are the links to their stats.

Gun-Ru

Panzer Hummel
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According to Mahq the TQ-19 Gun-Ru is a 4th generation KMF while the Mk3-E2E8 Panzer Hummel is a 7th Generation KMF.

Here are the links to their stats.

Gun-Ru

Panzer Hummel
Thanks, that's a lot of help.
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You are most welcome sir.
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