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I'm sure you get this thread all the time, so first off let me say sorry about that guys.
I don't really browse /m/ and have been watching the Gundam franchise in production order without looking into much else, and I just finished CCA. I thought it was pretty good, but also very confusing. I guess this is supposed to be a sequel to ZZ, but to me it came off as a sequel to the original with random elements of Z/ZZ, like some kind of alternate telling/ending. If that doesn't make sense I mean something like this:
Mobile Suit Gundam ---> Zeta ---> ZZ
Stuff I'm confused about:
1) Who the hell is Chan? What happened to Beltorchika?
2) The most glaring one, Char. What is going on there? He is assumed dead at the end of Zeta, makes no appearance in ZZ, and is now the supreme leader of Neo-Zeon out of no where?
3) Also Amuro, I thought he was on house arrest, and assumed a fugitive after joining Karaba? Now he's a top Feddie soldier somehow on the front lines in space? What?
4) There's just seemingly no connections to Zeta or ZZ here. The only thing I can even think of would be Astonaige being around, they weren't even on the Argama. What happened to the ZZ crew? Kamille?
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I did it, /m/; I fucking did it! Playing SRW OG: 2, I finally beat Silbelwind, Drukin, and Graterkin, in scenario 15, earning myself the Steel Soul, Hero's Mark, Custom CPU, Shishioh Blade and G-Impact Stake.
I really don't want those virtually innumerable turns spent fighting them to go to waste, so I was wonder whom I should use them on/where would they best be put to use?
It's a 1st play-through which means I'll be getting the Ashsaber and not the Vysaga, so would it be wise to use the Blade or Stake on it since it can equip any weapon?
Anywho, I want to hear whom you equipped with what and where you found success utilizing the secret items you found throughout the game, be it the boosted hammer, or the neo-chakram shooter, or whatever; share your stories and strategies.