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MSG:VC - - A World Without Real Gundams by Antoine Marshall (raven4000) - Anime - After countless years of war and bloodshed, mobile suits soon vanish from universe, but people's memories of them would always stay behind. The Saint corporation, the creators of many of today's high-tech inventions created the virtual world for the sole purpose of interacting with individuals around the world from any location. It was later on, when someone thought of hacking mobile suits in came to mind. This was done not to restart the wars of old, but to release the inner nature of mankind. Soon after, disputes, educational courses, dates, even combat training was all done by engaging within the virtual world. 31 pages - html, format
it reads like one of the more lighthearted gundam spin-offs. if thats what you're going for then you're off to a good start. i feel it started off a bit strangley, usually gundams have some sort of opening narration. this opening seems forced and sudden, though it served a purpouse of getting us aquainted with the characters and their personalities. ( a bit too much imo though) my only real gripe is that the charachters were a bit to generic, they've been done before in countless other anime. that and the fact that the gundam series has enough spin-offs. but i will give episodes two and three a chance once you've posted them.
I agree on the strange start. I originally had it start out with a long narration about what lead to the current situation.
Bascially, a civil war between the people of the Moon and Earth, dealing with actual mobile suits. The war came to an end when Anti-Matter technology was introduced, creating mini black holes around the world.
Eventually, this leads to the creation of the virtual world, which is suppose to be a way of communicating with one another until it is hacked by someone.