- Mobile Suit Gundam Encyclopedia
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Universal Century 0079. The 08th MS Team has engaged a new enemy mobile armor. As Shiro continues to battle the Apsalus, he recognizes the voice of the pilot -- it's Aina! They crash-land in the snowy mountains and realize that they will have to work together if they are to survive. Once they are both rescued, Shiro returns to face charges of espionage. And, if that wasn't bad enough, a rogue Zeon unit invades Kiki's village. Meanwhile, the Zeons have their own problems as the now-obsessed Gineas is determined to finish the Apsalus -- no matter the cost!
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The third set of episodes in this mecha adventure focuses on conflicting loyalties. During a skirmish, Shiro and Aina save each other's lives--and discover their love transcends their commitment to the warring Earth Federation and Zeon Forces. Shiro wrestles with another moral dilemma when he violates orders and aids a friendly guerrilla village. Although he may have lost faith in the war, Shiro has grown more attached to the other members of the 08 Team, in contrast to Aina's zealot brother Ginias, who is willing to sacrifice Zeon soldiers to get his prototype Apsalus military robot into production. The principle characters' battles with their consciences are juxtaposed with some well-staged battles between space ships and Gundam robots. Rated 13 Up for violence, profanity, and brief nudity. --Charles Solomon
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