Vintage 2021
Sacred texts studied 📺 Mobile Suit Gundam (1979), Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (1985), Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (1986), Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (1989), Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury (2022)

🎞️ Mobile Suit Gundam (1981), Mobile Suit Gundam: Soldiers of Sorrow (1981), Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space (1982), Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (1988), Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: A New Translation (2005), Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway (2021)
Favorite chara(s) Amuro, Sayla, Mirai, Quattro.
Favorite scene Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space, closing scene. Amuro drifts towards White Base's crew, who welcomes him with open arms.
OTP 👑amusha👑
Favorite OTP moment Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, episode 14 (19:17-22:41). Amuro pulls off a life-risking attack that echoes a tragic battle in the One Year War, ramming a hijacked freighter into Buran's Asshimar before he can take down the Audhumla. Quattro and Amuro unthinkingly call each other's names during the sortie, but it's not until Kamille catches the falling Amuro that the two confirm each other's presence. Quattro zooms in on the sun-bathed figure laying in the Zeta's hand. His grip on his mobile suit's trigger tightens as the silence of the scene is broken by soft, slowly swelling BGM. In a close-up that puts focus on the scar Amuro left on his forehead, Quattro's (particularly detailed) lashes quiver as he whispers Amuro's name out loud, as if convincing himself that Amuro is real, voice heavy with restrained turmoil.

Amuro recovers from his risky escape in time to thank Kamille for his help and see Quattro open his cockpit. He gasps, realizing the pilot's identity: it's Char. The burning light of the sunset engulfs them when they make direct eye contact, making it seem as if everything else has disappeared. Amuro's shock dissolves as he reaches an unvoiced conclusion, while Quattro's intense gaze persists, still convincing himself that Amuro really is in front of him. After Amuro whispers Char's name once last time, the shot finally distances itself from the pair, showing Hyaku Shiki and the Zeta hovering close to each other without touching, slowly losing altitude.

I can't say with certainty that this is my favorite amusha moment but it is certainly the moment that flipped a switch in my head and made me go "oh, this ship is real", after having spent the entirety of 0079 not really getting what the fuss was all about.
Other ships I vibe with ❤seimira

☛ 0079
rankura (→ amu nyohoho)
amuro left fixed
sayla left fixed
char right fixed

☛ Z
kamifour (t4t supremacy)
quattro right fixed

☛ ZZ


☛ 0080
it is a mystery


guel right fixed

Chef's specials BL, GL, GBL, comics, furry, guro.
Nutrients Fanart, fanfic, meta.
Fav fic(s) Shotgun Marriage by まさご
Landmines 💥 Char seme, 💥 Amuro uke, 💥 Jerid, 💥Suletta uke, 💥 BGL endgame Suletta ships
Extra Rightstuf's BD release of Char's Counterattack contains a tragic translation error: the subtitles translate and give romaji karaoke to the line "許し合えるその日を" when in reality the short version of Beyond the Time that's used in this movie keeps only the chorus that uses the line "愛し合ったあの日を". It pains me to know the full impact of this song playing after CCA's unforgettable ending won't be felt by the vast majority of those who bought this BD unless they really get into this sick tune and decide to look up the lyrics.

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