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What it is: This timeline launched in ‘02 in Japan and ‘04 in the west. But when he meets a mysterious girl, he decides to pilot a mobile suit to save her life. The victor earns his or her colony the right to govern all of the colonies for the next four years. Why: In most cases it'd be irresponsible to recommend an anime full of unrealistic, exaggerated characters and over-the-top cultural stereotypes (some of which border on uncomfortable). Why: This show was heavily anticipated by fans because of the involvement of videogame company What it is: Humanity has entered a time of universal peace based on an anti-tech religion. Why: The storytelling is so confusing, it may take the entire series for you to figure out what's going on.
What it is: This timeline launched in ‘95 in Japan and ‘00 in the U. Its position on the anime with a new generation of westerners.
What it's about: Like in the Universal Century, Earth is at war with her space colonies.
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