Vayeate and Mercurius Vs Chamber and Tsugumori

Vayeate and Mercurius Vs Chamber and Tsugumori

Suggested by Sauroposeidon

Vayeate & Mercurius vs Chamber & Tsugumori (all make their first appearence here)

So, I just finished watching Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet on Netflix, and frankly, I liked it a lot. It had only slight similarities to Knights of Sidonia, but was just as rewarding of an experience to watch… Despite the considerable size difference and fighting techniques of Gardes and Machine Calibers, I thought I’d suggest a match involving them. Their opponents will be the Vayeate and Mercurius from the famous anime, Gundam Wing. The show still seems to have a strong following despite a heavy focus on SEED & UC here in the states by Bandai over the years, and two memorable non-gundam mobile suits from that series were this pair. A pair which as of yet have not had their own match on BankGambling, sadly.

So here they are, the Type-17 Garde Tsugumori (Knights of Sidonia) and Chamber K6821 (Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet), facing off against OZ-MSX1 Vayeate and OZ-MSX2 Mercurius (New Mobile Report Gundam Wing), in a space debris field localized around an enormous, city sized asteroid not unlike the one Nagate encountered his first Guana at. They have their respective pilots of Ledo, Nagata, Heero and Trowa.

Which team gets to fly out of this mess alive? Who finds only their grave in this forsaken field?

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37 Comments on "Vayeate and Mercurius Vs Chamber and Tsugumori"

  1. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 2:18 am -      #1

    About Type-17 Garde Tsugumori: sidonia-no-kishi.wikia.com/wiki/Tsugumori
    Hyggs Particle Cannon

    Fires a concentrated beam of Hyggs particles to disintegrate Gauna’s placenta, thus exposing the core for a kabizashi. This weapon has no recoil and excellent range, but drains the Garde’s Hyggs reserves. The Garde’s head serves as the firing port.

    High Vibration Blade

    A set of metal blades edged with pure energy, capable of easily slicing through a Gauna’s primary weapon, the tentacles. Each arm of the Garde has an HVB. The primary use for the weapon is to fend off incoming Gauna tentacle attacks.

    Gatling Gun

    A slug-firing cannon with multiple barrels. The gatling has a very high fire rate, using up ammunition with surprising speed. While having some recoil, the slugs cause high damage to Gauna’s placenta, and can be fired from point blank to medium range with great effect. It seems to be mounted on the left arm, and comes loaded with 6,000 rounds.

    Eishin Sakuretsudan (鋭針炸裂弾)

    Guided missiles. When fired they fly to the target, sink into Gauna’s placenta, and then explode. Nagate used two missiles on Gauna 487’s “face” when it took Eiko Yamano’s form. Norio then used two more to cover Nagate’s retreat from the same Gauna.

    Seems pretty powerfull.

    What are the feats and info about other mecha?

  2. IdeaOfEvil June 4, 2015 at 6:24 am -      #2

    IIRC, the Mercurius can block a shot from Wing Zero’s buster rifles which is pretty powerful. And the Vayeate has a cannon that is similar to the buster rifle.

  3. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 7:20 am -      #3

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZAYLPvIgZA

    This is a fairly early fight scene from Gargantia. While not displaying Chamber’s most powerful abilities, it does show off his gravity flight mechanic.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PWW6imL2ac

    The Vayeate indeed has a weapon as powerful as the buster rifle, but with no firing limit. It has the ability to fire quicker, weaker shots, but Trowa never uses this ability if I recall, only the AI does when they are sent out as mobile dolls. He keeps to the big beam style attacks.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikJjiqBgb78

    The Mercurius’ defenses seem utterly impenetrable, and do stop a shot from a twin buster rifle, which is a city destroyer. However it is an active, not passive defense. One which can be weaponized as well, forcing the machine to rely on its speed and crash shield. It’s offensive fire power is more rapid, but much less powerful.

  4. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 8:11 am -      #4

    I think I’s side with team one. Type-17 Garde Tsugumori looks a little bigger than other mechs to me and not as fast and it doesn’t have megastructure to tank enemy hits. To be honest I don’t remember any durability feats for him either. And I don’t think that Chamber will be able to win on his own or compensate this weakness of his partner.

  5. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 8:56 am -      #5

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTEAhPlltXQ

    Nagate tends to fly at full burn, it seems, which makes him fast.. but not very maneuverable. He’s pretty clearly getting dominated by Beni in this fight. However, his reaction times are pretty good, and he’s quite adept at minimalist maneuvering to get the results he wants while keeping his speed up. The problem with that being obvious in this fight, where if your opponent is much faster than you, then this results in your being at a larger disadvantage than usual. Chamber, however, is quite agile, and might be more agile than either Mercurius or Vayeate.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU5zSx2L7XY

    This is FINAL battle of the anime, so don’t watch if you don’t want spoilers. It’s good at showing off Chamber’s agility. I feel it has the best agility in this match. It’s numerous weapons and agility allow it to compliment the high speed Tsugumori nicely in terms of allied coverage of tactics. Similar to Vayeate and Mercurius, although not to the same level, since those two rely on each other and these two obviously don’t.

  6. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 9:07 am -      #6

    @Sauroposeidon

    “He’s pretty clearly getting dominated by Beni in this fight. ”

    Wait, he used Type-17 during this? I thought that he already got newer version by then… was I wrong?

  7. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 9:10 am -      #7

    Some calcs for Guardians:

    forums.spacebattles.com/threads/type-20-guardian-knights-of-sidonia-vs-covenant.305175/#post-14720539
    And KoS respect thread:
    forums.spacebattles.com/threads/knights-of-sidonia-feats-calculations.316549/

  8. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 9:51 am -      #8

    “Wait, he used Type-17 during this? I thought that he already got newer version by then… was I wrong?”

    The newer ones are kinda blue-ish if I recall.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyPLkCNHKDI

    The music is… bad, but it shows off some good feats. Although they were specifically trying to “fight around” the Tallgeese to wipe out the Taurus models, they are clearly going after the Wing Zero. They lose, but it shows high organization feats on their part. They seem fairly agile, but not much more than a Garde. Difficult to gauge speed since they use transports to get everywhere. The Vayeate’s beam cannon is obnoxiously powerful, but the flash of light gives it away at long distances. Although it had a wide setting, making it fairly useful for sweeping techniques. It instantly cleaves through everything that it hits, immediately vaporizing entire mobile suits caught in the wide setting.

    Mercurius out right takes twin buster rifle shots with out a scratch using its planet defensors, and is able to deflect a shot using its crash shield.. although doing such clearly also stopped it in its tracks. It doesn’t have the power to rival a city destroying weapon, but it can at least survive one.

    The Gardes and the Machine Calibers are both highly durable as well. We’ve seen the Gardes take crash impacts that would rip apart, say, Leos, and Machine Calibers come with barriers and occasionally hand held shields, making them able to withstand enormous forces as well.. although I can’t say with certainty just how much force. Physically they’re on par with the mobile suits, strength wise, but I don’t know if a Garde is.

    Team 2 has access to general purpose combat weapons, giving them much greater flexibility, while Team 1 is very specialized, again relying on their team work to make the team more than the sum of the individuals.

  9. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 9:55 am -      #9

    www.narutoforums.com/blog.php?b=20224

    I don’t know how much I trust this place, but just looking for a Vayeate respect thread took me there.

    A low end rating of 311 megatons was given for the Twin Buster Rifle.. which implies to me that nothing is hurting the Mercurius if it manages to block in time.

  10. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 10:02 am -      #10

    @Sauroposeidon

    “The newer ones are kinda blue-ish if I recall.”

    I’l re-read manga, maybe you are right. If you right then team 2 may win, since it was quite a good fight against Beni.

  11. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 10:17 am -      #11

    “I’l re-read manga, maybe you are right. If you right then team 2 may win, since it was quite a good fight against Beni.”

    Yes, I was very impressed. She was clearly the vastly superior participant in that battle and he performed admirably despite being so horribly outmatched by her. He may have won partially by luck, but any mook who ran in to her before died about as quickly as you or I might in the same situation. He’s quite the talented ace.

    As good as Heero and Trowa? Well, that’s not for me to decide.

  12. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 10:26 am -      #12

    @Sauroposeidon

    “He’s quite the talented ace.”

    How far you into the story? There is actually a reason why he is so good.

  13. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 10:32 am -      #13

    I finished the first season. Second isn’t out on netflix yet, and I know why, yes. =) But I won’t go on about spoilers unless it becomes important to the match.

    And I’m off to work for 8+ hours now.

  14. Rookie June 4, 2015 at 10:52 am -      #14

    I am wonder if any mechas from KoS will make it to Super Robot Wars games… KoS mechas are pretty popular now from what I heard.

  15. Envoy June 4, 2015 at 12:20 pm -      #15

    Mercurius’ shield can be bypassed when not using whatever beam type Wing uses, White Fang(or was it OZ?) uses laser rifles to shoot right through them, its possible Team 2’s weapons won’t be blocked.
    +
    Higgs Particles are a maybe, but doesn’t Chamber actually use lasers, I don’t remember…
    +
    Mercurius’s shield blocks regular munitions as well, so the Tsugimori’s spear, bullets, and missiles could be blocked.

  16. Sauroposeidon June 4, 2015 at 2:01 pm -      #16

    At work. Short response. Sorry. Which episode is the lasers?

  17. Envoy June 4, 2015 at 3:50 pm -      #17

    They mention switching to lasers to fight the Virgo army near the end of the show. Its pretty late in the series.

  18. Ciridae Hunter June 5, 2015 at 3:44 am -      #18

    Chamber’s capabilities are more apparent during the first episode of Gargantia (when fully outfitted with Galactic Alliance armaments) and the last episode (when outfitted with more rudimentary, projectile weapons.

    Chamber’s main armaments are lasers, which I believe can be fired from multiple points over his entire body (especially when using the max-charge or during a neurological synchronization with Ledo (who was literally bred to constantly fight)) as well as a beam emitter (the cannon thing in Ep. One) and can be outfitted with practically anything. Chamber is also much more durable than an average mecha since his shell is made with the same bio-materials used to create the Hideauze.

    I would need to reacquaint myself with Gundam, but Chamber is being unfairly partnered with the inferior Tsugimori; the match might end as a draw, since Chamber isn’t afraid of dying with his target, but-once again-I need to re familiarize with Gundam before I can say for certain.

  19. Ciridae Hunter June 5, 2015 at 3:49 am -      #19

    Oh, that massacre that Sauroposeidon linked for Chamber was done on a partial solar charge after having just been fished out from under the sea…after surviving a random wormhole jump…after wiping out an army’s worth of Hideauze single-handedly using a max-charge assault; I would find a link, but I’m tired now so I’ll look in the morning. Ciao.

  20. Sauroposeidon June 5, 2015 at 10:20 am -      #20

    “They mention switching to lasers to fight the Virgo army near the end of the show. Its pretty late in the series”

    Then a lot of Chamber’s secondary weapons can get through, probably. I really think it’s weakest (although still quite useful) multi-laser attack is the most useful in this fight.

    “I would need to reacquaint myself with Gundam, but Chamber is being unfairly partnered with the inferior Tsugimori; the match might end as a draw, since Chamber isn’t afraid of dying with his target, but-once again-I need to re familiarize with Gundam before I can say for certain.”

    Chamber is more agile, but might not be quite as durable. He doesn’t out fire power the Vayeate but he might the Tsugumori, who’s primary weapon here is Nagate himself, thanks to his piloting skills. The Garde is actually outdated, even by KoS standards.

    ” I would find a link”

    You won’t find any that aren’t links to whole episodes. Ones which you have to pay for on youtube or pirated on to anime sites. I looked already.

    “I am wonder if any mechas from KoS will make it to Super Robot Wars games… KoS mechas are pretty popular now from what I heard.”

    The Anime is absolutely superb, so I hope it does. The Gardes also have a lot of charisma to them, and lend themselves well to fancy flying attacks ala Macross units. I think they’d be a great addition.

    Chamber made it in to Z3, though!

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ad-QIkTe9_U

    I really wish they’d include Megas someday..

  21. Ciridae Hunter June 5, 2015 at 11:15 am -      #21

    I wish they posted clips of the fights! This would be simpler!

    Well, the main fight against the Hideauze shows him at peak capacity and charge, while his fight against Striker (a statistically superior model even by Chamber’s accounts) shows the neuro-synch and general projectile outfitting.

  22. Sauroposeidon June 5, 2015 at 10:25 pm -      #22

    He doesn’t do much during the first big battle where we see him in space, unfortunately. It’s a lot of the same, and even then there’s not much. I don’t think we really get to see what Chamber is capable of until its final battle.

  23. Belisaurius June 6, 2015 at 7:09 pm -      #23

    I wouldn’t say the Tsugumori is out just yet.

    During the Rescue Teruru arc the Type-17 managed to drop from orbit, fight, and nearly made it back to orbit with a stripped down engine. We can assume that the Tsugumori has either terrific propulsion or no weight. Either way, the only Wing series gundam that has managed to do that is the Gundam Wing which only went from ground to orbit. My point is that the Type-17 is very fast, probably faster than anything in all of Gundam Wing and certainly faster than Vayeate and Mercurius which aren’t known for their speed. Tanikaze should be able to stay out of Mercurius’s melee range and probably dodge Vayeate’s beam cannon. Of course, the latter depends on Nagate being able to evade Trowa’s aim.

    A Kabizashi might be able to pierce Mercurius’s shield as when Virgos were sent against the Sankt Kingdom Tauruses were able to pierce their planet defensors with nothing but their hands.

  24. Sauroposeidon June 6, 2015 at 9:14 pm -      #24

    Mercurius’ ability levels:

    Performance ability levels: fighting: 150; weapons: 100; speed: 125; power: 130; armor: 130

    Vayeate’s ability levels:

    Performance ability levels: fighting: 110; weapons: 160; speed: 125; power: 110; armor: 130

    Performance ability levels: fighting: 150; weapons: 150; speed: 160; power: 140; armor: 140

    The Vayeate’s extreme versatility with its cannon makes it, perhaps hands down, the best gunner in Gundam Wing. It’s much smaller and easier to swing around than the TBR, does as much more more damage than a standard Buster Rifle, has no ammo limit, and can fire in rapid short bursts as well.. The Type-17 is going to have problems dealing with that. However, we can see that Vayeate and Mercurius are no where near as fast as Wing Zero, even though separately they are a match for it (as we actually got to see in the anime). Their “official stats”, as vague as they are, make it clear they’d never be able to actually run down the Wing Zero. This suggests to me that, from your input, the Type-17 is likely faster than the two of them.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAN4BdJQro4

    Vayeate engages at 19:45

    Mercurius engages at 21:45

    As a note, Vayeate tanked the Twin Buster Rifle for a time. Mercurius completely no-selled it using a combo of planet defensors and the crash shield.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOe8M3vRujU

    At 2:10 we get a good view of the Mercurius
    maneuvering.. and how extremely out matched it is against the Wing Zero, which easily cuts it off with an exaggerated maneuver.

    At 2:35 we can see that the beam machinegun the Mercurius has is not particularly durable.

    Immediately following, we see it weaponizing its planet defensors. They are able to run down the Wing Zero even while it tries to engage in evasive maneuvers. Although it never takes bird mode.

    At 3:12 we see the Planet Defensors no-sell a full on TBR attack.. although that seems to be their limits.

    At 3:54 we see the Planet Defensors / Crash Shield combo defense used again. It AGAIN no sells the TBR. This is the third time it has blocked that attack, and the second time the Crash Shield has deflected/absorbed it. Vayeate is durable, bu Mercurius is godly in comparison at this point.

    At 4:25 the Mercurius uses its crash shield alone to stop the TBR. Although this results in it being carried by the beam and slammed through a wall.

    AT 8:05 the Vayeate body blocks the TBR. Although it appears to use its battery to “absorb” the attack.

    This results in the machine being unstable. It self destructs from this a few minutes later.

    Mercurius does have a limit. Although we never find out the limit of Wing Zero’s buster shield, Heero pushes the Crash Shield to its maximum trying to cut through it.. the blast from the weapon over loading it is enough to instantly rip its arm off.

    This happens at 11:10

    I do want to mention that I have no sound, so I might be misinterpreting what’s going on.

    The Wing Zero ultimately won the battle, but I would say that had it not gimped the Vayeate before the Mercurius got in to the fight then it would probably have lost.

    I think the Type-17, if it engaged these two by itself, would lose. Just based on their fight with Wing Zero.

  25. seradon June 6, 2015 at 10:36 pm -      #25

    How the hells is this even supposed to be fair??? Even if you took the weakest version of the Tsugumori which Nagate piloted it’s still a damn beast which outperforms the (much newer) Type-18 models, not to mention the fact that Gardes by default are tuned for combat at generally longer ranges than Mobile Suits, against enemies that make Gundams look like jokes, and are rapidly equipped with weapons capable of easily dispatching said enemies despite the fact their “armor” withstands practically any form of physical trauma, to the point they’ve even tanked railgun shots from the Sidonia.

    I dare not imagine the stomp this would be if it was Tsugumori Custom or Tsugumori II since nothing in Gundam should have to fight those things save for the particularly broken stuff like Quan-T or Turn A.

  26. Belisaurius June 6, 2015 at 11:57 pm -      #26

    @Sauroposeidon

    I’ll grant you that there’s no way for Nagate to win against both Mercurius and Vayeate. It’s a case of the ultimate shield and sword together and with Heero and Trowa it’s unlikely that Nagate would find a good opening.

    However, I’d say that the Tsugumori would be able to fight either MS at a parity or possibly win against Vayeate as long as the other couldn’t interfere.

    So how does Mach Caliber match up to the mobile suits? Pun not intended.

  27. Sauroposeidon June 7, 2015 at 7:43 am -      #27

    “However, I’d say that the Tsugumori would be able to fight either MS at a parity or possibly win against Vayeate as long as the other couldn’t interfere.”

    I would agree with this. Although both are durable, neither posses the speed to out match it, and have limited tactics on their own.

    “Gardes by default are tuned for combat at generally longer ranges than Mobile Suits, against enemies that make Gundams look like jokes”

    And they regularly die en masse against these enemies, seradon. One Gauna is more than a match for several Gardes. The Garde-type Gauna Beni smoked an entire army of Gardes. Which is why I say Nagate is the most important weapon of the Tsugumori. Since he pulls off the impossible.

    “So how does Mach Caliber match up to the mobile suits? Pun not intended.”

    Chamber is a standard run Machine Caliber.. but the higher end models do not seem significantly better in the same way Gundams tend to be better than standard Mobile Suits to the point of hilarity in shows like Wing and 00.

    That being said, Chamber is still easily a very powerful mecha. It appears to use grav tech for propulsion (and as a tool during one fishing scene), and is arms with several laser emitters which are capable of punching through ships. They lose a lot of power in water but that’s not an issue here. It also has a supplemental array of conventional arms eventually added to it, such as a gattling cannon and missile launchers, but I don’t know how useful those will be in this match outside of fending off offensive use planet defensors. It HAD a shield, don’t know if it still does. Those shields seem to break fairly easily, however. They might be intended to get hit and bust to divert an attack that would ordinarily obliterate the Machine Caliber. Chamber also has a very powerful particle cannon of some sort in its torso, and has access to a beam rifle of some sort as well. As a secondary weapon it does have a polearm with a launchable tip armed with an explosive, attached by a chain so it can be brought back and used again.

    Chamber has his own barrier, but it’s not as strong as Mercurius’ defenses. His weapons do not seem to match the Vayeate’s in fire power but all together they are certainly more versatile than perhaps even both of Chamber’s opponents put together.

    Chamber is easily the most agile out of all four combatants. We are also given the impression that it can fly off Earth if it wants to, but no reason is even given.

    It has a Super Saiyan style mode when it fuses with its pilot.

    However, Chamber’s weakness is that it can expend its energy fairly quickly if it’s not possible. It’s not capable of extended engagements, and probably would have to retreat to recharge for a few days if the fight went more than 30ish minutes. Machine Calibers appear to be intended to get in there, expend EVERYTHING almost, do maximum damage, and then retreat via carrier.

    Tsugumori probably has the most staying power. Gardes transport themselves over longer distances. The other three need transports usually. But I would say that Chamber is capable of putting out more hurt than the Tsugumori.

  28. seradon June 7, 2015 at 8:04 am -      #28

    @Sauro
    _
    “And they regularly die en masse against these enemies, seradon”
    Well sure, when trying to kill them involved the suicidal venture of being live bait while one of the few pilots carrying a kabi spear tried the equally suicidal venture of running it through in melee, but Gardes casualty rates actually drop heavily once they get the kabi guns and Type-19s. It gets to the point they don’t even need Nagate in standard engagements.

    Of course, he still gets to jump back into the action against certain enemies such as Beni, or combined Gauna like the mass union ships, but Sidonia as a whole starts faring a LOT better on the latter parts of the story.

  29. Belisaurius June 7, 2015 at 10:27 am -      #29

    Didn’t Mach Caliber have a gravity cannon?

    I know it has gravity manipulation tech since it’s flight system has all the hallmarks of gravity based propulsion and I remember something about a gravity cannon in it’s chest.

  30. Sauroposeidon June 7, 2015 at 10:56 am -      #30

    “Didn’t Mach Caliber have a gravity cannon?”

    Chamber’s torso BFG appears to be a particle gun to me, since the gravity tech always has that shadowy look to it when used and this has more of an effect similar to gundam beam weapons, visually. It appears to have physical aspects instead of just being an energy beam. So I am assuming it’s a plasma gun or particle gun.

  31. Sauroposeidon June 7, 2015 at 2:27 pm -      #31

    “Of course, he still gets to jump back into the action against certain enemies such as Beni, or combined Gauna like the mass union ships, but Sidonia as a whole starts faring a LOT better on the latter parts of the story.”

    I have only seen the anime, but I understood the union gauna to be identified as a single gauna with a mother core. I always understood this to mean that either this was a breeding colony which had not yet mature gauna, or that the gauna had to develop secondary cores to achieve larger sizes and control a larger body, or that these were dummy cores meant to act as a shield and absorb attention from the mother core.

    Really, in the anime, as soon as the humans begin to achieve any kind of results, the gauna seem to adapt to new tactics that utterly eclipse what they had been doing before. Yes this keeps Nagate in the picture but I think it makes my statement stand. That gauna may be far and away superior to most mook mobile suits, but the Gardes are not superior to their opponents. They are decided inferior.

  32. Rookie June 7, 2015 at 2:37 pm -      #32

    @Sauroposeidon

    “I have only seen the anime, but I understood the union gauna to be identified as a single gauna with a mother core. ”

    Mass union Ship is (they should cover this part in anime already I think, it was very early in manga at least):
    z.mhcdn.net/store/manga/5777/02-008.0/compressed/ckos_c08_008.jpg?v=11278324550
    More about Gauna: forums.spacebattles.com/threads/gauna-vs-necrons.304721/

  33. seradon June 7, 2015 at 2:56 pm -      #33

    @Sauro
    _
    “I have only seen the anime, but I understood the union gauna to be identified as a single gauna with a mother core”
    They’re more like multiple Gauna sharing a single body. There’s a main Gauna in control of them, and will lead to the the end of all of them if it’s destroyed, but they are easily capable of splitting up and resuming independent action.
    _
    “as soon as the humans begin to achieve any kind of results, the gauna seem to adapt to new tactics that utterly eclipse what they had been doing before”
    It keeps going on like that for a while until everyone gets kabi guns and Type-19s. Then humanity keeps pushing back while making technological leaps and bounds. Season 2 is basically all about how humanity are slowly building up to the point they can nuke the Gauna into oblivion while the manga recently gave Nagate the Type-20 which is made out of stuff so strong it can sit in a star without incident.
    _
    Really, the main problems with Sidonia’s previous battles with the Gauna is they were forced to go about things the wrong way. Once they got their hands on the right resources (gauna resources), it all turned around for them.

  34. Sauroposeidon June 7, 2015 at 4:27 pm -      #34

    But do they explain why the other cores die if the central core is destroyed?

  35. Rookie June 7, 2015 at 4:30 pm -      #35

    @Sauroposeidon

    “But do they explain why the other cores die if the central core is destroyed?”

    Without revealing future spoilers, yes, I think other cores should die. Otherwise plan make no sense.

  36. Sauroposeidon June 7, 2015 at 4:56 pm -      #36

    Ah, ok.

  37. Halcyon July 8, 2015 at 5:45 am -      #37

    It seems the mechs themselves have been the main point of discussion.

    What about the pilots’ skills?

    Tanikaze’s skills are absolutely ridiculous.

    Don’t know much about the other pilots except Ledo, who hasn’t really displayed amazing feats on the level of Tanikaze from what I’ve seen from the whole first season of Gargantia. But that doesn’t matter considering they’re on the same team anyways.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark – Conception Transcribed

Raiders of the Lost Ark - This is an amazing read on the thought process between George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Lawrence Kasdan as they talk through the concepts of this amazing film. It's practically peering into the thought process of some of the most influential film makers of our day. And amazingly, shows how creative Lucas was.

Help Out Nepal

Finally a good reason to support Destiny.

Modern Gaming

Sad but true.

Curiosity Rover Spotted by Mars Orbiter on Mount Sharp

Humanity is the invading alien now...

Nope

No way I go here alone

17 Rare Star Wars Pictures

To see them, click here

Comic Con 2013 Cosplay Gallery

Just a ton of pictures of cosplayers from the 2013 Comic Con event

Ancient Aliens Map

If you ever watched the show "Ancient Aliens" and wanted a quick reference to where all the locations they mention are at, this is the site for you!

Fictional Universes Database

Soon to be shut down by Google, but here is a great starting point for Fictional Universes

99 Star Wars Pics

Some are cool, some are a bit absurd, but they are all based on Star Wars

Alternate Movie Posters

Something a bit distinct - Check them out

Epic Swiss Army Knife

Not Really...

Future Me

Write yourself an email letter to the future - Future Me

Neil Degrasse Tyson

Star Talk Radio - As always, keep looking up!