Stupid Questions Thread
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How does the Federation pay for and supply all the mobile suits it builds? I understand that they outsource a lot of their manufacturing to Anaheim, but how does it manage to pay for all of it?
>An average M1 Abrams costs 8.58 million dollars to make
>GMs probably cost more, and add on to that maintenance which is probably a hell of a lot worse because there are joints to be oiled, wiring and machinery to be continually fixed and replaced, and beam rifle ammo packs to be constantly made to resupply beam weapons
>GMs and Jegans are shown to be mass produced at a scale that far surpasses tanks, with A Baou Qu having a shitton of GMs
Does the Federation simply heavily tax or subsidize the MS industry? Who does it tax? The spacenoids are already poor for paying for the goods they need to survive in space, and the people on earth can't bear that burden on their own can they?
Devs say Gargantia was a huge influence on Titanfall 2
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>Steve, Manny, and the rest of the SP designers worked on ways to adjust BT's tone, and while we were doing this, Steve recommended the team check out Gargantia, a fish-out-of-water story about a sci-fi space robot and its pilot who get stuck on a new planet together. While the world of Gargantia is very different from the world of Titanfall, the way that Chamber (the big robot) and Ledo (the pilot) interact, learn from one another, and depend on one another resonated with us. The symbiotic nature of their relationship - they both need the other, inextricably - was very similar in spirit to the relationship we wanted to develop between BT and Jack during the course of Titanfall 2.
>One of my favorite episodes is #6- "Festival"- where the locals leverage their new space robot friend to help with a little fishing.
So the stupid meme is finally dead