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Oct 20, 2009 6:53 PM

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THIS IS AN ANIME ONLY DISCUSSION POST. DO NOT DISCUSS THE MANGA BEYOND THIS EPISODE.
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What an episode, what a battle, it's finally getting to final stages...but wait a minute, is the Argama now suddenly fighting Axis? I know they destroyed the Titan's main stronghold but where's Scirocco and Yazan? They still have these guys to beat.

Anyway ever since episode 44 this is getting really intense and exciting, with great losses from both sides, let's see where this all goes.
 
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Dec 30, 2009 3:13 PM

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A lot is going on and there are a lot of lose ends to fulfill in the next three episodes. I am definitely excited to see how this all turns out.
 
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looks like axis don't have the expertise that zeon had, and the laser is now in the hands of AEUG
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Since when is the AEUG fighting against the axis again? And why is Katz blaming Haman for Sarah's death? If anything it was his and Sciroco's fault... still the revelation of the year was that Kamille actually remembers he had a mother... wow...
 
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That was a fun episode.
I was expecting Katz to get blown up though.
 
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A bit confusing, I don't really understand some people's actions here but I still loved this episode. I wonder who made Haman and Kamille hallucinate there....
 
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"Come here kids, sit on papa Bright's lap and I'll explain our military strategy to you." And by kids he meant viewers.

I figured they'd throw us some epic battle now in order to forget how lame the previous mecha skirmishes were, but I guess it's easier to stick with the formula. And the enemies ability to flee in the nick of time continues to impress.
 
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I loled when Camille remembered his mom xD
and when Bright explained the war strategy to the kids xD
 
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Veethorn said:
...but wait a minute, is the Argama now suddenly fighting Axis? I know they destroyed the Titan's main stronghold but where's Scirocco and Yazan?
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Since when is the AEUG fighting against the axis again? And why is Katz blaming Haman for Sarah's death?
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A bit confusing, I don't really understand some people's actions here
This. The writing in Zeta really doesn't make much sense at times. The story should be easy to follow but the mediocre execution makes it difficult. It's all over the place.

I very much don't like Katz. He should be constantly locked up in a cell on the Argama, so that he can't take off without permission ever again.
 
Apr 24, 2013 6:04 AM

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Yeah i don't get why they are suddenly fighting Axis..and Katz...i like how he's blaming Haman when he was the one who killed her..why won't they lock him up or something?
 
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Alas86 said:
Since when is the AEUG fighting against the axis again? And why is Katz blaming Haman for Sarah's death? If anything it was his and Sciroco's fault... still the revelation of the year was that Kamille actually remembers he had a mother... wow...

Agreed with all but the last sentence. Remember that he's in the middle of war (stress) and suffered so much more intense loss in the time since his mother's death, and it's been shown he's attempting to close his mind off from the horror of it all in order to survive it, as evidenced by his change in mental state as observed by Char.
 
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Why is AEUG fighting Axis¿
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Feb 6, 2014 10:01 PM

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Char don't give a fuck, just look at how he's sitting there smiling at Haro at the end of this episode.
 
May 6, 2014 10:14 PM

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No clue why AEUG and Axis are fighting.

I wonder who caused Haman and Camile to hallucinate. I found it funny how Haman saw herself with Char.
 
Jun 3, 2014 11:40 PM
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Ok the countdown has started: we got 3 episodes left and although the action has been great this past few, im starting to question the series for having so many unresolved situations and characters.
 
Jul 9, 2014 6:28 PM

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Another Amazing episode!!

Damn when the kids said to Kamille to be careful, i thought he was gonna die or something??

As always this stupid brat Katz once again ruins the episode. Seriously haven't you learned anything? And wtf is with the crew not monitoring their post?? This is like the 10th time someone launched without any permission.

Really love Haman's design and voice :D Sakakibara, Yoshiko's voice is so gentle yet can be deadly at times ^^

I'm surprise Haman actually feels threaten, Though i don't know why Hamon doesn't know Kamille even though he was with him when they visited Mineva.

Damn so they had another mind battle?? And yeah surprise that Kamille even remembered that he had a mother!

So Hamon and Char used to be together? Where they lovers or just close relatives??

And yeah Kamille is going the same path Amuro had 7 years ago. I fear he'll end up the same as Amuro after this series T__T

Last 3 episodes left!! I expect Rosamia and Reccoa and Hamon and Paptimus might die in the coming episodes T__T

Can't wait for the finale!!!
 
Dec 30, 2014 8:49 PM

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This episode was a mess. No idea why they were fighting each other. Seemed last episode they were on peace terms. Other then just to do so?

Most of the episode was some crazy mental trip.

Katz blaming someone just to do so?
 
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They still have Scirocco and his clique to deal with and they suddenly turn on Axis? I don't understand.

At this point none of Katz's actions nor thought processes even remotely surprise me anymore: I just came to the conclusion that his brain suffers from permanent oxygen deprivation and it simply can't be helped.
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there is a limit to the suspension of disbelief

And it's the fan that did it. Not the smoking porn reading rubik cube genius rape ape with a magic boat.
 
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why is Katz blaming Haman for Sarah's death ?
 
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why is Katz blaming Haman for Sarah's death ?
because he's a fucking dumbass, that's why.
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Kellhus said:
GuusWayne said:
there is a limit to the suspension of disbelief

And it's the fan that did it. Not the smoking porn reading rubik cube genius rape ape with a magic boat.
 
Mar 31, 2016 2:59 PM
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It's down to the last few episodes and what we really didn't need was a convoluted mess like this episode. It's like there's an episode missing between the last one and this one.

If Katz wants to punish the person who killed Sarah he should shoot himself in the head.
 
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It feels like there were some minutes left either at the end of the previous episode or beginning of this one. I'm happy they decided to fight the Axis/Zeon but this was so sudden, knowing Guru Paptimus is still out there and has taken control of the Titans left-overs.

Haman and Camille basically violated each other's mind simply by standing "near" each other? Anyway, that was a pretty interesting result: Haman seems to have some undealt affection for Char (probably explored in this manga who features both of them on its cover) and Camille must face again what he tried to bury between other dramatic events (sad for him). I am sure the last part will be significant.

I beared all the uncontrollable "sorties" until now but this time I was rather annoyed that Katz did it again. We are around the finale... it should not happen anymore in a time like this!

Don't know why, but since a few episodes, I find the B.G.M. great.

4.5/5


What I thought around the eps39-40 seems even more likely to happen: I really don't see how they will give a sense of closure/ending for most of what they started. Or is the Axis so weak?
What was this all about with giving a political role to Char and resurrecting his stupid vision as the official true "Zeonism heir"?
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Great episode all around, looks like its time for all the deaths to commence
3 episodes left!
 
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Crazy intense episode, really looking forward to see what the last 3 episodes will have to offer from this season!
 
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This. The writing in Zeta really doesn't make much sense at times. The story should be easy to follow but the mediocre execution makes it difficult. It's all over the place.


So much this. This show would have been much better if they had cut out at least a few of their sucky side characters and monster of the week battles and focused a little more on exploring the different factions and the political side of things. You can somewhat fill in the gaps, since Axis wanted to ally with the Titans again (why though?) And the only obstacle to it was Jamitov. With Jamitov dead, it was time for Axis to backstab yet another faction, this time the A.E.U.G.

I don't know, Zeta like its predecessor keeps on pulling the same shit. We get a somewhat intriguing premise, a lot of characters that have no fucking clue what they're doing and why, a lot of monster of the week battles, that add nothing, because the strategic positions aren't explained to us at all. The thing is just downright terrible in the middle and now it picks up again towards the end, simply by killing off the characters it build up.

Honestly fuck the writing of this show, it's just mediocre.
 
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BVerfG said:
stAtic91 said:
This. The writing in Zeta really doesn't make much sense at times. The story should be easy to follow but the mediocre execution makes it difficult. It's all over the place.


So much this. This show would have been much better if they had cut out at least a few of their sucky side characters and monster of the week battles and focused a little more on exploring the different factions and the political side of things. You can somewhat fill in the gaps, since Axis wanted to ally with the Titans again (why though?) And the only obstacle to it was Jamitov. With Jamitov dead, it was time for Axis to backstab yet another faction, this time the A.E.U.G.

I don't know, Zeta like its predecessor keeps on pulling the same shit. We get a somewhat intriguing premise, a lot of characters that have no fucking clue what they're doing and why, a lot of monster of the week battles, that add nothing, because the strategic positions aren't explained to us at all. The thing is just downright terrible in the middle and now it picks up again towards the end, simply by killing off the characters it build up.

Honestly fuck the writing of this show, it's just mediocre.



How is the writing mediocre sure it has flaws but it made perfect sense why AEUG turned against Axis now, if they continued to leave Axis to continue what they were doing especially since they are winning the war, Axis would have a major trump card which is colony laser meaning more colony deaths eventually forcing Axis to eventually surrender.

Seems like people on here don't pay attention. No offense but you gave Seed an 8 which is has which has major flaws and is the definition of mediocre writing don't get me started on Seed Destiny.
 
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Temujin26S said:
BVerfG said:


So much this. This show would have been much better if they had cut out at least a few of their sucky side characters and monster of the week battles and focused a little more on exploring the different factions and the political side of things. You can somewhat fill in the gaps, since Axis wanted to ally with the Titans again (why though?) And the only obstacle to it was Jamitov. With Jamitov dead, it was time for Axis to backstab yet another faction, this time the A.E.U.G.

I don't know, Zeta like its predecessor keeps on pulling the same shit. We get a somewhat intriguing premise, a lot of characters that have no fucking clue what they're doing and why, a lot of monster of the week battles, that add nothing, because the strategic positions aren't explained to us at all. The thing is just downright terrible in the middle and now it picks up again towards the end, simply by killing off the characters it build up.

Honestly fuck the writing of this show, it's just mediocre.



How is the writing mediocre sure it has flaws but it made perfect sense why AEUG turned against Axis now, if they continued to leave Axis to continue what they were doing especially since they are winning the war, Axis would have a major trump card which is colony laser meaning more colony deaths eventually forcing Axis to eventually surrender.

Seems like people on here don't pay attention. No offense but you gave Seed an 8 which is has which has major flaws and is the definition of mediocre writing don't get me started on Seed Destiny.


Not that it matters but Seed's writing was a lot better than Zetas. Half the show in Zeta was pointless. Not that Seed's writing was anywhere close to perfect and - no offence - you have no clue why I rated Seed 8, so youre just throwing a borderline ad hominem in. Not to mention that you can clearly see that I havent even rated Destiny not to mention that flaws in Seed have fuck all to do with flaws in Zeta. But I'm not in this to convince anyone. I liked Seed and thought Zeta was bad. Deal with it, don't deal with it, it's your choice.
 
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BVerfG said:
Temujin26S said:



How is the writing mediocre sure it has flaws but it made perfect sense why AEUG turned against Axis now, if they continued to leave Axis to continue what they were doing especially since they are winning the war, Axis would have a major trump card which is colony laser meaning more colony deaths eventually forcing Axis to eventually surrender.

Seems like people on here don't pay attention. No offense but you gave Seed an 8 which is has which has major flaws and is the definition of mediocre writing don't get me started on Seed Destiny.


Not that it matters but Seed's writing was a lot better than Zetas. Half the show in Zeta was pointless. Not that Seed's writing was anywhere close to perfect and - no offence - you have no clue why I rated Seed 8, so youre just throwing a borderline ad hominem in. Not to mention that you can clearly see that I havent even rated Destiny not to mention that flaws in Seed have fuck all to do with flaws in Zeta. But I'm not in this to convince anyone. I liked Seed and thought Zeta was bad. Deal with it, don't deal with it, it's your choice.



How is the second half pointless you obviously weren't pay attention they had clear goals and was spelled out, sure Zeta has it's flaws and can be slow at times. Seed was meant to be a re-imagining of the Universal Century Timeline in some ways, it did just that. But in most other ways, it fell flat on it's face also Kira and Lacus being complete Mary-Sue Characters without question kills any tension that the shows try build it might as well be a super robot show. I was talking about Seed so mentioning Destiny that was irrelevant even though it proves my point further.

It's not ad hominem it's a fact you say Zeta story didn't make sense (which is false), when Seed had alot of things that didn't make sense and did alot more stuff worse yet you rated it 8 makes no sense your not consistent.

I would respect you more if you said you enjoyed Seed more fair enough but to say it's better written is you being disingenuous. You probably liked it for having newer animation judging your scores no offense.
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This episode is also fantastic, it seems that the best we have kept it last, better so! I would say that the rumor that hampered the plans of Haman and Kamille, is that of Lalah. Narratively was a pleasure to follow, although there are of déjà vu during armed confrontation, oh well!
 
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The battle between Kamille & Haman was good... Katz at this point haven’t grown up like I would have desired, he still making careless decision as opposed to MC. *Sigh*
 
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So episode 47 where Bright finally draws the line, for real this time. Katz and Fa have launched without orders so many times that I was right there with Bright and saying let them be a detraction.

I have to mention that killed three mobile suits at the same time with three different shots. Might be some of the most ridiculous kills in Gundam so far.

Kamille Bidan Kill Count:
3 Kill this episode
67 Kills total
 
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