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In the ''Gundam'' franchise, mecha are referred to as ''mobile suits'' and depicted as bipedal combat vehicles designed for the purpose of war. In contrast the mecha portrayed in ''super robot'' media, in the ''Gundam'' universe, they function in a similar manner to that of modern day vehicles, and lack the mystical properties of super robots(there are, however, exceptions, such is the case  with ''Mobile Fighter G Gundam'' and ''Turn A Gundam'')
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In the ''Gundam'' franchise, mecha are referred to as ''mobile suits'' and depicted as bipedal combat vehicles designed for the purpose of war. In contrast the mecha portrayed in ''super robot'' media, in the ''Gundam'' universe, they function in a similar manner to that of modern day vehicles, and lack the mystical properties of super robots(there are, however, exceptions, such is the case  with ''Mobile Fighter G Gundam'' and ''Turn A Gundam'').
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==G-Metaverse==
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I, myself, have created my own Gundam headcanon, which features non-canonical suits based on existing Gunpla, namely the HGBF 1/144 Super Fumina and HGBF 1/144 Hyper Gyanko.
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My headcanon features teenaged characters in a suburban setting, who

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In the Gundam franchise, mecha are referred to as mobile suits and depicted as bipedal combat vehicles designed for the purpose of war. In contrast the mecha portrayed in super robot media, in the Gundam universe, they function in a similar manner to that of modern day vehicles, and lack the mystical properties of super robots(there are, however, exceptions, such is the case with Mobile Fighter G Gundam and Turn A Gundam).

G-Metaverse

I, myself, have created my own Gundam headcanon, which features non-canonical suits based on existing Gunpla, namely the HGBF 1/144 Super Fumina and HGBF 1/144 Hyper Gyanko.

My headcanon features teenaged characters in a suburban setting, who