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Graham Aker (グラハム・エーカー Gurahamu Ēkā?) is a character of Mobile Suit Gundam 00. In the series, Graham is one of the main antagonists and the main rival to Setsuna F. Seiei. In the season 1, Graham is the ace pilot for the Union of Solar Energy and Free Nations, and later became the Captain of the Over Flags squadron fighting Celestial Being, piloting the SVMS-01E Graham's Union Flag Custom and later the SVMS-01X Union Flag Custom II. He later returns in season 2 as Mister Bushido (ミスター・ブシドー Misutā Bushidō?), a Captain with a license for independent action working for the Earth Sphere Federation's autonomous peacekeeping force A-Laws, piloting the GNX-704T/AC Ahead Sakigake and later the Flag derived GNX-U02X Masurao and GNX-Y901TW Susanowo. In A wakening of the Trailblazer Graham leads the Solbraves squadron and pilots the GNX-903VW Brave (Commander Test Type). He later returns in Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Festival 10 "Re:vision" as a member of Celestial Being and pilots the GN-001REIV Gundam Exia Repair IV.

Personality & Character

Graham overall is a career soldier, always looking for the next challenge. Being one of the best MS pilots on Earth, he became bored with life as there was little to challenge his talents. After seeing the GN-001 Gundam Exia performed its first armed intervention, Graham was quickly taken by the mobile suit's superior power [1]. He was later given his own squad, later known as the Over Flags, which was in-charged with capturing and studying the Gundams for the Union [2][3]. Graham immediately saw it as fate, dictated by the stars, to be able to be given a chance to fight Celestial Being [2].

Graham is a respectable man in all accounts. He is honourable, and his comrades looked up to him for his pure and good intentions.[4] Despite his reputation being tarnished by an accident involving killing his superior, Graham did not let the misguided allegations keep him from setting his eyes forward and proving himself as a good soldier [3]. He is a bit reckless [4][5], but he tries to be a team player and is never inconsiderate of his friends and comrades.[6][7][8] He is a hopeless romantic and superstitious, believing in the idea of entwined fate and the way of the stars [2][6][9][10][11]. He is honest and never holds back in expressing his thoughts and feelings.[6][8][9][12] He even openly admitted to liking fighting on the battlefield, as it gives him the thrills when life and death are on the line.[13]

Mister Bushido and Graham Aker.

At the beginning of Season 1, Graham viewed the Gundams as the perfect ideal of a mobile suit fighter.[9] They possessed a humanoid frame, yet they exhibited strength and agility that no ordinary mobile suits could compete against. They were the most advanced mobile suits Graham had ever seen - the light they emitted adds to the out-of-the-world vibe they already assert. Despite describing them as walking contradictions, Graham viewed the Gundams as worthy adversaries and desired to fight them with the pride of a Flag Fighter. His friend Billy Katagiri even noted that Graham was in love [2].

However, Graham's admiration of the Gundam took a turn for the worse after the Taklamakan Capture Operation. Graham's pride was deeply wounded when his subordinates were killed during the surprise arrival of Gundam Thrones in Taklamakan.[7] Adding salt to injury, Professor Ralph Eifman was assassinated shortly by the same group of Gundams and killed his close friend Howard Mason during the encounter [14]. In front of Howard's grave, Graham vowed to defeat the Gundams using the Flag.[8] He later refused to take part in UN Forces Operation Fallen Angels and ordered for his Flag to be fitted with a GN Drive Tau [15][16]. Setting his sights on nothing but his vow, Graham's desire to defeat the Gundams had ultimately turned into hatred and blind obsession.

During the Battle in Lagrange 1, Graham fought Setsuna F. Seiei using his SVMS-01X Union Flag Custom II.[9] The fight ended with Graham decapitating Gundam Exia, albeit causing him to have burns throughout his body.[9][11] Celestial Being ended up defeated, but Graham was not satisfied. Waiting for Celestial Being to return, Graham eventually delved into the code of Bushido to prepare himself for another battle with Setsuna.[17] Graham discarded all, even his identity, to "purify" himself but kept his scars as a reminder of his disgrace.[17][18] He was then known as Mister Bushido, a masked warrior whose ultimate purpose was to defeat the Gundams. He however, did not take well to the new moniker given to him by others without his consent, seeing it to be a product of fools.[18][19][20]

After Celestial Being's return in Season 2, Mr. Bushido was put into the A-Laws to fight the Gundams.[18][21] He showed little interest in fighting with comrades and preferred to do things his own way.[22][23][24][20] Unlike his old self who showed concerns for others despite his seemingly cold appearance, he did not bother forming bonds with anyone and was thoroughly cold in his interactions with others. Deluded by his ideal victory, he once passed up a chance to destroy an incapacitated GN-0000 00 Gundam, simply because the Gundam's incapacitation came from the mobile suit's system faults, instead of his own doing.[24] Mr. Bushido eventually managed to challenge Setsuna into a proper duel at Eclipse in Lagrange 5, going toe-to-toe in Trans-Am showdown.[11] However, Setsuna and 00 Raiser were victorious against Mr. Bushido and GNX-Y901TW Susanowo.[17] Mr. Bushido asked Setsuna to finish him off, but Setsuna instead told Graham to continue living and fighting for the future.[17] Realizing finally that his pursuit of a meaningless death to be foolish, Graham eventually decided to discard the ways of Bushido and move on.[17][25][26]

By A wakening of the Trailblazer, Graham returned to ESF Army, commanding the elite squadron, the SolBraves. He went back to using his old name and getting back to bonding with others. He also developed an admiration for Setsuna, who had showed him the errors of his ways in the last duel. During the ELS invasion, Graham and his team fought to ensure humanity's survival.[26] It was by then that Graham had understood what he needed to fight for; to fight for the future despite the world's contradictions.[26] During the battle, Graham sacrificed himself so that Setsuna can commence dialogue with the ELS and create a mutual understanding between humanity and the alien life forms, creating a legacy that proved critical to the survival and advancement of both races.[26]

Skills & Abilities

Graham is one of the best pilots in Gundam 00. A left-handed pilot, he performed excellently in all forms of Mobile Suit combat, be it long range or melee combat.[4][8][27] He also had a keen sense when it came to battle [2]. He could read the situation easily and respond to it efficiently and accordingly [2][4]. Due to his expertise in combat tactics, he could pull quick manoeuvres in the heat of battle and was capable of turning the tide of battle to his favour.[4][8] The Gundam Meisters were at a loss for words during the early encounters as Graham was able to compensate for the Flag’s inferiority when fighting against the Gundams [2][4][8][27]. He also exhibited an explosive energy and a reckless enthusiasm when fighting, giving him that expression of unpredictability and intimidation to the enemy.[4][8]

Graham performing "Graham Special" while fighting Dynames during Azadistan Civil War

As Mr. Bushido, Graham further honed his sense for battle.[17][20] His body was also tougher and more resilient when experiencing huge G’s in high-speed combat.[17][19] He limited himself to sword-style close combat when fighting in a Mobile Suit, but the same bravado he exhibits gave him an edge on other close combat specialists.[11][18][19] After abandoning the way of Bushido, Graham also abandoned his restriction and opened himself again to wider range of combat.[26]

The Flag’s mid-air transformation was named after Graham, termed as both “Graham Special” and “Graham Maneuver”, after he pulled off the maneuver perfectly during his first attempt.[28]


Early Days

Graham Aker was born on September 10, AD 2280. According to one of 00 CD Dramas, Graham grew up as an orphan who had a fascination for flying the skies. Following his passion, Graham enlisted in the Union Army to become a pilot.[28]

In AD 2302, Warrant Officer Graham Aker was transferred to the Union USA 3rd Air Force Team and was put under the command of "living legend" Sleg Sletcher. Due to his confidence and cleverness, Graham was able to catch the attention of the superior officer, and the two quickly became close friends. At one point, Sleg even offered his daughter's hand in marriage to Graham, but Graham declined. During their trainings, Graham was not able to defeat Sleg in simulated battles: all 46 of them.[28]

Graham's screen while fighting YMS-02 Union Blast

In AD 2304, Second Lieutenant Graham Aker was appointed as the test pilot of the Iris Corporation's entry for the Union's mainstay mobile suit, the YMS-01A Union Flag. He awed the developers Billy Katagiri and Ralph Eifman for having pulled off a mid-air transformation without reading the manual; the maneuver was dubbed "Graham Special" and "Graham Maneuver" respectively. Graham's former superior, Sleg Sletcher, piloted the rival machine, Bell Factory’s YMS-02 Union Blast, to Graham's shock. It was only later that Graham learnt that his mentor accepted the offer to pay for his daughter's medical expenses. During the competition between the two units, Sleg, knowing the superiority of the Flag, attempted a suicide attack. However, Graham pulled off a Graham Special and cut off one of Blast's wings. As a result, the Union Blast crashed, killing Sleg in the process. The Flag won the competition as the Union's new mainstay, while Graham was promoted as First Lieutenant.[28]

Despite gaining recognition as a top pilot due to the victory, Graham also was viewed in negative light, earning the title of "Superior Officer Killer". He was reinstated in MSWAD (Mobile Suit Warehouse and Development) and became one of their ace pilots. Regardless of the allegations, Graham added elements from Sleg’s coat of arms to his as a tribute to his fallen mentor.[28][29]

Debut of Celestial Being

In AD 2307, Graham went to AEU African Military Base to see the demonstration of the AEU's new mobile suit, the AEU-09 AEU Enact, that was attended by various politicians and military dignitaries. There he joined his close colleague, MSWAD Tech Advisor Billy Katagiri, in watching the AEU's first solar-powered unit show off its capabilities. Billy commented to Graham how the unit was a complete rip-off of their SVMS-01 Union Flag.

Graham examining Gundam Exia as he sees it for the first time.

During the demonstration, a mysterious mobile suit suddenly appeared from the sky to the testing ground. At first glance, Graham quickly noticed the strange green light coming out of the unit. The new Enact quickly engaged the intruder in battle, but was easily mutilated and defeated. Graham was so impressed by the intruder's capabilities that he immediately grabbed hold of a stranger's binoculars to examine it fully. And there he saw it; GUNDAM, the name etched on the forehead of the mobile suit. After the Gundam had left and the AEU's demonstration cut short by the incident, Graham and Billy talked in their SUV about the Gundam and the AEU's possible response. AEU's retaliation using mobile suits from Orbital Elevator confirmed suspicions that they have excessive mobile suits stationed there than what the treaties permitted. Graham concluded that the Gundam's appearance was a check and a warning against AEU's military expansion.

Later that night, they learned about the organization claiming to possess the Gundams. Celestial Being's founder Aeolia Schenberg announced to the world about their goal of eradicating war off the planet using the mobile weapon Gundams. As Graham drives through the darkness, he laughed at Celestial Being's hypocrisy. Despite this, he was completely mesmerized by the Gundam's mysterious and overwhelming power. Graham and Billy was later called back to report to headquarters about what they had witness at the AEU Military Testing Grounds.

Detour to Ceylon

As Graham and Billy flew back to Union territory, military reports came in about the Celestial Being's impending attack on Ceylon. The two talk about the conflict which has been happening in the region for centuries and how HRL's intervention had made the situation worse, plunging it to a state of anarchy. With the Gundams appearing in the conflict, Graham asked the captain of the ship to make an altered course for Ceylon and had his Flag prepped for launch.

Graham in Union Flag clashing with Gundam Exia.

Graham sighted the lone blue Gundam after its mission from Ceylon and immediately transformed his Flag mid-air to confront it. Upon meeting, the two units were immediately locked into sword confrontation. Graham introduced himself to the Gundam pilot,

Nice to meet you Gundam... I'm Graham Aker. A man who is obsessed with everything you are! Who'd figure I'd have the opportunity to meet you? As a sentimental Virgo, I can't help but feel that this is destiny.

He tried to overpower the Gundam, but it was able to push back the Flag. The Gundam swung its big GN Sword again to hack at the Flag, but Graham was able to dodge it. Flanking the Gundam, Graham decided to rip-off one of the Gundam's arms. However, it simply shoved off his Flag once again. Taking a distance from the Gundam, Graham then attempted to shoot it down, but Gundam Exia dodged all the attacks and chopped down his rifle with a beam saber, much to Graham's surprise. With most of his armaments destroyed, Graham begrudgingly decided to retreat, leaving the Gundam unscathed.

Back in the carrier, Graham expressed his remorse for losing his Flag's armaments, but Billy consoled him that the data they got from the Gundam were more than enough to make up for it. Graham also added how surprised he was to learn that the Gundam pilot was so young; the pilot seemed to express his emotions though the movements of his Gundam. Just then, the captain of the carrier reported that they had lost sight of the Gundam. With that, they continued their way to the MSWAD headquarters.

Anti-Celestial Being Campaign

At the Union MSWAD headquarters, Graham and Billy had a meeting with their commander and reported everything that had transpired during the Enact's demonstration. Billy suggested that it was worth their time to research about the Gundams.

"I do feel fate is at work here."

The commander agreed and handed to both Graham and Billy their new orders; since both of them had seen the Gundams, they were both transferred to an Anti-Gundam Investigative Task Force. Its formal name was yet to be decided, but with Professor Ralph Eifman as Head technologist, the commander knew how important this newly formed team actually is. Both Graham and Billy accepted the transfers.

As the two walked through the hallways, Billy asked if Graham had anticipated this to happen. Graham admitted he did not, but felt that fate was at work with the events that were unfolding.

Custom Flag Upgrade & Taribia

In one of the MSWAD hangars, Graham joined Billy in examining the data from his Flag pertaining its recent battle with the Gundam. They found out that the Gundam has six times the output of that of the Flag. Graham could not believe that despite the output, the Gundam was still so agile. The two hypothesized that the suit's performance is controlled by its mysterious particles. Just then, Professor Ralph Eifman joined in in their conversation and added that the particles might have also been used in its weaponry. He marveled Aeolia Schenberg for having developed something so advanced and suggested to capture a Gundam if possible. Graham agreed and, for that purpose, proposed for his Flag to be modified. Disregarding the pilot's safety, he asked for the work to be done in a week. At that same time, Graham received a call about a Gundam bombing a large plantation of narcotics in Taribia and prepared to move out, but he was stopped by Prof. Eifman, who supported the Gundam's action.

Later, Graham received his upgraded Flag unit, the SVMS-01E Graham's Union Flag Custom. In addition, they were joined in the task force by Warrant Officer Howard Mason and Master Sergeant Daryl Dodge, who were both transferred via Graham's recommendation. Around this time also, Taribia announced its intentions of seceding from the Union and claiming independent access to the solar energy generating system. With the Union orbital elevator in its close proximity, tensions rose between Taribia and the Union. Graham and his team were immediately put on standby in case Celestial Being intervened. Graham viewed this as an opportunity to test his new Flag.

Debut of Graham's Union Flag Custom.

As the Gundams arrived on the main cities in Taribia, they started attacking the Taribian mobile suit forces; they viewed Taribia's decision as a source of conflict. With the devastating turn of events, Taribia withdrew its decision and asked the Union to protect their forces from the Gundams' attacks. Union immediately responded with a counteroffensive. Graham happily obliged the orders as he chased after GN-001 Gundam Exia, which was then withdrawing to the Pacific. Having caught up to it, he transformed mid-air to engage the Gundam in close combat. The two mobile suits exchanged shots, which ultimately led up to Graham being the victor. Thrown off-balanced, the Exia plunged into the ocean and withdrew from the battle. The new Flag managed to stand against the Gundam, but Graham gave up pursuit, handing it over to the newly discovered underwater capabilities of the Gundams.

AEU & HRL Gundam Capture Attempts

In the midst of Celestial Being operations, the Republic of Moralia and the AEU formally announced a joint military exercise to strengthen their ties. Upon the news, Graham and Billy speculated that, aside from the needed benefits of the alliance, it was all done in an attempt to lure and capture the Gundams. The Anti-Gundam Investigative Task Force monitored the situation during the day of the exercise. With two of Gundams carrying new equipments, Graham thought that Celestial Being was being serious this time. The conflict lasted for less than 5 hours, ending with the AEU/Moralia alliance surrendering unconditionally. Despite the lost, Billy talked about how this will only strengthen the support for AEU's military expansion. Graham shared his opinion that Celestial Being might be waking the path to their own destruction, which Prof. Eifman agreed.

Graham launched in response to La Edenra's attacks.

After the Moralian operation, a terrorist group, La Edenra, launched simultaneous attacks around the globe, seeking the disarmament of Celestial Being. Feeling restless by the turn of events, Graham launched with his Flag to search for any signs leading to La Edenra; he was accompanied by Howard and Daryl. They didn't to get any leads, but Celestial Being later was able to locate La Edenra's secret bases and dealt a heavy blow to the terrorist organization.

Months later, news of a failed Gundam capture attempt, which had been executed by the HRL, reached the Anti-Gundam Investigative Task Force. With the operation costing HRL more than 20 of their Tierens, Howard and Daryl were blown away by the Gundams' overwhelming power. However, Graham reminded them that power isn't the only thing that determines the winner in a fight.

Azadistan Civil War

With the impending civil war in the Kingdom of Azadistan, following the abduction of conservative leader, Rasa Massoud Rachmadi, the Union decided to send military aid to provide order and ease the tension in the country. The Anti-Gundam Investigative Task Force was one of the mobile suit squadrons sent; Graham and his fellow Flag pilots hoped to encounter a Gundam during the conflict.

During the night patrol, Graham and his team noticed a fighting at the Solar Power Receiver Antenna Facility. They could not tell which side belongs to the traitors; ground mobile suits belonging to the Azadistan army were fighting amongst themselves. A Gundam also joined in the battle and attacked the ground forces from a far. Then suddenly, adding to the confusion, a cluster of missiles were launched from elsewhere, destroying the antenna facility.

Graham's Union Flag vs. Gundam Dynames.

Graham immediately ordered Howard and Daryl to pursue the culprit who launched the missiles. He focused his sights on fighting the Gundam Dynames.

Dynames took the first shot at Graham's Flag. Graham dodged using the "Graham Special" maneuver and retaliated using his prototype rifle; Dynames defended using its GN Shield. The Gundam continued shooting, but Graham kept his persistence, maneuvering and dodging his way towards it. As he reached close combat range, Graham threw a kick at Dynames; he attempted to follow through with a slash using the plasma sword, but Dynames blocked it using a beam saber. Being in toe-to-toe with the Gundam, Graham grew ecstatic. Then, Dynames pulled out its beam pistol, prompting Graham to pull back and block its close shots with the defense rod. Furious about the damage on his Flag, Graham rushed in towards the Gundam. As the two mobile suits were about to clash however, an emergency call came alerting the Union forces about the coup d'état forces heading towards the Azadistan capital. Graham's Flag stood in a stand-off against Gundam Dynames for a while until Graham finally decided to retreat and head to the capital with his Flag squadron.

Setsuna and Graham's first meeting.

Two days later, Graham escorted Billy to the site where the missile attack originated. While talking about possible links to the culprit, Graham noticed a young boy hiding behind the rocks from above. He called out the boy and asked him about the civil unrest in the country; he asked if the Union forces was a nuisance for stepping in. The boy tried to be objective, adding that more soldiers only mean that more people are going to die. Graham argued that the boy himself was also fighting; apparent by his stance, with his right hand hiding a pistol behind his back. The two exchanged glares, but Graham eventually let the boy off and decided to leave. He even slipped out that the one responsible for the missile attack was the stolen Enact from the PMC Trust.

Celestial Being later declared the successful rescue of Massoud Rachmadi. Graham and his Flag fighters were on standby as an unarmed Gundam Exia delivered the Rasa back to the Azadistan Palace. As the Gundam retreated, Howard and Daryl were adamant that they pursue the Gundam, but Graham objected against it to save face from being viewed villains by the whole world.

Taklamakan Capture Operation

Graham's team later got its official name, "Over Flags", and received 12 new pilots, each of them aces of their previous squadrons. The Over Flags also received new SVMS-01O Over Flags for its pilots to use. It was later revealed that the Over Flags will take part in "Project G", which was the Three Blocs' joint operation focused on capturing the Gundams in Taklamakan. Over Flag pilot, Joshua Edwards, expressed his doubts on Graham's position as a Squadron Commander due to Graham's questionable promotion in the past. However, Graham didn't pay any mind and vowed to clear his reputation on the battlefield.

Graham's Flag restraining Gundam Dynames to the ground.

Around the 15th hour of the operation, Graham and the Over Flags got the permission to launch and to capture the Gundam Dynames. Graham led the squadron into formation, but Joshua went ahead of them and got himself shot down. With Joshua gone, Graham decided to rush in and subdue the Dynames himself. Skillfully evading Dynames' shots, Graham hit the Gundam with full force, knocking out its pilot inside. The Over Flags had surrounded the fallen Gundam, only to be hit by red beams coming from the GNW-001 Gundam Throne Eins. With their formation broken, Graham ordered his team to retreat and called their flagship for reinforcements. However, the GNW-003 Gundam Throne Drei's GN Stealth Field cut off all the communications in the area. With the battlefield thrown into confusion by the new Gundams, the joint capture operation ended in failure.

Trinity MSWAD Attack

After the Taklamakan Operation, the Over Flags returned home. Graham blamed himself for their failure and the lost of 3 of his subordinates, but Howard and Daryl consoled him that it couldn't be help with the appearance of the 3 new Gundams. It was then that they were alerted about the new Gundams heading towards the American MSWAD base.

At their arrival, the base was already destroyed. Graham learned from Billy about Professor Eifman's demise, and the news infuriated him to go on the offensive. As his squadron rained shots at GNW-002 Gundam Throne Zwei, Howard Mason broke away from formation and engaged the enemy in close quarters. Howard managed to push the Gundam, but it responded by skewering its remote control weapons into his Flag, killing him as a result. As the Gundams left from the scene, Graham gritted his teeth in anger with the deaths of his mentor and his friend, not knowing his hatred was slowly consuming his heart.

Daryl and Graham talking about Howard in front of his grave.

After the formal service, Graham and Daryl paid their respects in front of Howard's grave. Daryl told Graham about Howard's love for the Flag and admiration for Graham as a pilot. He revealed how happy Howard had been to become a Flag Fighter and to be able fly alongside with Graham. Graham couldn't help but smile reminiscing the late friend's memory. Acknowledging Howard's sentiments, Graham then stood up in salute, saying,

Then, I will swear this to Howard Mason. I, Graham Aker, will use the Flag to defeat the Gundams!

Vs Throne Eins

Graham's squadron was transferred to a Union base in Illinois after the destruction of the MSWAD base. While checking the mobile suit hanger, Graham found Billy working on tuning his Flag. Graham recommended that Billy shouldn't exert himself due to his injuries, but Billy insisted. They talked about the attack on the MSWAD Base; Billy thought that it was a ploy to assassinate Professor Eifman, who was on the verge of discovering the secrets behind the Gundam's power source. Graham suggested the existence of a spy, which Billy also thought as a possibility.

Graham cutting of Gundam Throne Eins' right arm.

It was then an alarm went off to signal a Gundam attack on the Iris Corporation munition factory in Iowa. Despite Billy's warnings, Graham sortied alone. At the sight of Gundam Throne Eins, Graham quickly engaged it in close combat. After pulling a Graham Maneuver, he closed in to slash the enemy with his Plasma Sword, forcing the Gundam to draw out its beam saber. Not satisfied, Graham pushed the Gundam back and drew out another Plasma Sword. The enemy had barely managed to block the subsequent attack when Graham followed up by kicking the beam saber out of its hand. Before the Throne Eins could react, Graham quickly grabbed the hurled beam saber and cut off the Gundam's firing arm. The Gundam retreated with its defeat, but Graham didn't follow. He got some payback for Howard, but his body was internally damaged due to the G Forces he had sustained. Clenching his hand with spitted blood, he was further infuriated by his weakness.

Operation Fallen Angels

The Union, AEU, and HRL had been brought down to their knees by the rampages done by the Team Trinity. However, with a stroke of fortune, Celestial Being traitor, Laguna Harvey, contacted the three blocs to collect 30 GN Drives in Antarctica, along with new mobile suits, the GNX-603T GN-X. With these in their hands, the world governments united their military might under the United Nations Forces and launched the "Operation Fallen Angels" to eliminate Celestial Being.

While checking on the deconstruction of the recently acquired GN beam saber, Graham learned from Billy about the acquisition of 30 GN Drives and new mobile suits. Graham was among the pilots considered to pilot the new UN Forces GN-Xs, but Graham declined the offer, in honor of his oath infront of Howard's grave. Billy and Daryl were surprised by Graham's decision, but Billy decided to help Graham by getting a GN Drive through his uncle's authority.

While Daryl joined the UN Forces, Graham remained in the Union Illinois base to wait for the completion of his new custom Flag, the SVMS-01X Union Flag Custom II.

Final Battle: Vs Exia

Graham confronting Setsuna as his GN Flag clash with Gundam Exia.

With the completion of his new Flag, Graham immediately headed towards Lagrange 1 to fight against the Gundams. Upon finding the GN-001 Gundam Exia, Graham quickly clashed swords with it, exclaiming how he had waited so long for this moment. He also declared in open line to avenge the deaths of Howard and Daryl using his GN Flag. The Gundam pilot, unknown to Graham as Setsuna F. Seiei, responded by opening his line, and Graham was surprised to see that the enemy was the same boy he had met back in Azadistan. As he cuts off an arm from Gundam Exia, Graham stated,

It certainly seems that you and I were destined to cross paths all along! Indeed! We were destined to fight each other! I finally understand! It was your display of overwhelming power that stole my heart! That feeling I had... could only be called love! But if you go beyond love... it becomes hatred. Just as people turn on each other when they take religious faith too far!

Cleaving off GN Flag's right leg, Setsuna asked why Graham was fighting if that was the case. Graham retorted it was ridiculous to ask such from a soldier; he tore out Exia's head with the beam saber. Cutting off GN Flag's head in return, Setsuna claimed that Graham had became twisted, but Graham retaliated and responded that it was the Gundams that had made him that way. As he dodged Exia's shots, Graham continued it was why he wanted to defeat the Gundams; all for his own and not of the world. Setsuna argued that Graham was also part of the world, which made Graham claim, if that was the case, that his will is the voice of the world. Setsuna disagreed, noting that Graham was just overreaching his ego; he prepared his GN Sword to cut Graham down. With his beam saber powered up, Graham accepted Setsuna's determination as a formal challenge. The GN Flag and Exia charged at each other, stabbing the other's lower right torso and upper left chest. Both mobile suits exploded as a result, causing a massive outburst of red and green particles. Before getting swallowed by the light, Graham expressed relieve to have avenged the deaths of his friends.

Aftermath: The Road to Bushido

First look at Graham as Mister Bushido.

Graham survived the battle with huge scars on his body and on the right side of his face. He kept his scar as a sign of shame, believing that Celestial Being was still out there, hiding in the shadows. After his recovery, Graham visited Homer Katagiri in his estate and asked the Union Commander to give him the appropriate power to fight in case Celestial Being returned. Through Katagiri's guidance, Graham immersed himself in the teachings of bushido, throwing everything he had away, even his identity, and obsessively incorporating his warrior code into his everyday lifestyle. He started wearing a samurai mask and robe, and many soon began calling him "Mister Bushido". However, Graham himself could care less about what others are calling him.

Return of Celestial Being

In AD 2312, Mister Bushido was transferred to the newly created A-Laws and given the rank of Captain. He was also granted a license to act independently by A-Laws' HQ, allowing him to participate in missions as he desired. Furthermore, he had full autonomy during missions. As a result, he became a one-man army and was also known as a 'License Holder'. Not long after he joined A-Laws, Celestial Being made its return.

Middle East Conflict

Mr. Bushido's Ahead Sakigake.

Upon recommendations from Major Aber Rindt, Mr. Bushido joined the A-Laws' operation to destroy the Celestial Being. Major Rint planned to sink the Celestial Being's mothership, CBS-74 Ptolemaios 2, using the new GNMA-04B11 Trilobite, but the ship survived the underwater assault and the Gundams launched a counterattack. As the GN-0000 00 Gundam charged straight for the command deck of the A-Laws' Bering-class command ship, Mr. Bushido, in the GNX-704T/AC Ahead Sakigake, intercepted and rammed the 00, pushing it away. After exchanging a few blows with the 00, Mr. Bushido recognized the enemy pilot's combat style and felt fortunate for a chance to redeem his honor through fighting Setsuna F. Seiei and his Gundam.

Unfortunately, the battle was cut short by the sudden interference from Katharon's mobile suits. Furthermore, A-Laws' Colonel Kati Mannequin ordered a retreat and the 00/Setsuna also took the opportunity to leave the battlefield. Following a debriefing in the aftermath of the failed operation, Colonel Mannequin wanted Mr. Bushido to follow her orders, but he refused, stating his 'License Holder' status. Shortly after that, A-Laws received a tip regarding the location of a Katharon military base and that the Gundams might also be there. While Mr. Bushido was deployed as part of the operation to destroy the base, he did not attack the base or the mobile suits launching from the base. When the Gundams, with the exception of 00, appeared and intervened, Mr. Bushido decided to sit out the battle, saying that he did not feel like it.

With their observation satellites picking up the Ptolemaios 2, the A-Laws decided to launched another operation against Celestial Being. Mr. Bushido expressed his desire to fight the 00 alone and told the mobile suit teams to not intervene; they obliged. While the mobile suit teams engaged the other Gundams, Mr. Bushido and his Ahead Sakigake headed straight for Setsuna and his 00 Gundam. As he closed in on the 00, he remarked that Setsuna's shooting skills had improved. They then engaged in a one-one-one melee duel, but Mr. Bushido was quickly disappointed by Setsuna/00's performance. While wondering aloud if Setsuna was holding back or trying to insult him, Mr. Bushido sliced apart the 00's GN Shield using the Ahead Sakigake's GN Beam Saber. He then attempted to deliver a finishing blow, however Setsuna activated the 00's Trans-Am System and evaded the deadly attack.

Using the GN Beam Saber to block a shot from the 00, Mr. Bushido was pleased that Setsuna/00 was finally giving him the fight he wanted. With the high-speed from Trans-Am, Setsuna/00 got behind Mr. Bushido/Ahead Sakigake. Mr. Bushido/Ahead Sakigake quickly turned around, but the mobile suit's left arm was still sliced off by the Gundam. Despite this, Mr. Bushido continued fighting and as he was about to be defeated, the 00 overloaded and fell into the waters below. Noting that there was an issue with the 00, Mr. Bushido drew out the Ahead Sakigake's GN Short Beam Saber and approached the downed Gundam. He then placed the saber's beam blade next to the Gundam's head, however he soon felt that defeating Setsuna in this manner was worthless and withdrew from the battlefield.

After the battle, Captain Barack Zinin reprimanded Mr. Bushido for his actions during the fight, but he could not be bothered. In special edition 2, the scenes following 00's overloading was changed. Mr. Bushido/Ahead Sakigake stayed in place and did not go after the downed 00. He then encountered the GN-006 Cherudim Gundam and the GN-008 Seravee Gundam that had arrived to assist Setsuna/00. Mr. Bushido drew out his mobile suit's GN Short Beam Saber to parry an incoming beam shot and retreated due to heavy beam fire. Sometime later, Mr. Bushido/Ahead Sakigake left the A-Laws' team pursuing the Celestial Being, with the mobile suit still missing its left arm.   

Acquiring Masurao

Newly developed GNX-U02X Masurao.

Mr. Bushido then paid a visit to his old friend, Billy Katagiri, who just became A-Laws' Head of Development. After congratulating Billy on his new post, Mr. Bushido declared he wanted the prototype mobile suit Billy was working on to be tailored to his personal taste. He wanted it to be the fastest ever and with the strongest sword. Billy accepted his request, on the condition that Mr. Bushido will destroy Celestial Being for him. When it was finished, Mr. Bushido noted the machine's resemblance to the Flag. Christened as GNX-U02X Masurao, Billy had installed a special system he made based on notes about the GN Drives left by the late Professor Eifman. Upon learning that coup forces had taken over the Africa Tower, Mr. Bushido waited at the vicinity for the arrival of Celestial Being. There, he intercepted the lone GN-0000+GNR-010 00 Raiser and charged at it using Masurao's GN Beam Sabers.

Mr. Bushido and Setsuna declaring their convictions as their mobile suits clashed.

Mr. Bushido was happy to see his rival, but unfortunately, Setsuna was not interested in fighting him. Dismayed, Mr. Bushido activated Masurao's own Trans-Am System to force Setsuna to take him seriously. With the Masurao's unrelenting attacks, Graham managed to gain the upper hand over the reluctant Setsuna. Setsuna tried his best to fend off the assault, even deploying the 00 Raiser's GN Field, but he finally gave in and responded with his own Trans-Am when the Masurao was about to pierce through the GN Field. Mr. Bushido was delighted, and the two engaged in a high speed combat; clashing swords and pushing away the other. As their swords locked, Mister Bushido proclaimed,

I live for the sake of combat! Combat against Gundams! And I'll surpass even the Gundams! That's the only reason... I exist!

Suddenly, a barrage of beams forced them to break off; the other Gundams had arrived to support the 00 Raiser, with the Ptolemy II not far behind. With his GN Particles nearly spent, Mr. Bushido decided to retreat and he told Setsuna to not forget him.

Interlude in Space

Four months after the tragic Break Pillar Incident, Celestial Being successfully destroyed the second Memento Mori, this was despite them being attacked by the A-Laws over 20 times during that period. With the Celestial Being's latest activity, the A-Laws launched another operation against them in space. Although Mr. Bushido launched in the Masurao, which had been further fine-tuned, he did not participate in the attack against the Celestial Being. Instead, he simply observed the battle from an asteroid nearby, and remarked that the fighting were all half-hearted. He also noted that he would have to try a harder approach to turn Setsuna into a worthy rival.

Duel at Eclipse

Graham revealing himself without his mask to Setsuna 4 years after they last met.

Mr. Bushido later received special orders from the Innovators, asking him to inspect the abandoned colony, "Eclipse" in Lagrange 5. He was accompanied by Warrant Officer Louise Halevy and First Lieutenant Andrei Smirnov. Arriving there in his new GNX-Y901TW Susanowo, Mr. Bushido found the 00 Raiser and held it hostage before Setsuna, asking the Gundam Meister to grant him an honorable duel. Setsuna, who recognized Graham from four years ago, was surprised about the sudden proposal and asked if Graham was that desperate to settle their score. Graham replied,

Of course! You have sullied my skies... and robbed me of my brethren and mentor! Even the pride I felt as a Flag Fighter was shattered because of what you did! You and your Gundam! Indeed, these feelings have surpassed love and transcended hatred... This has become destiny!

Noticing Setsuna's puzzled look, Graham reminded Setsuna that despite his obsession, it was the Gundams that started it all with their armed interventions. Setsuna finally complied with Graham's request; Graham told him to not hold back. As he put back his mask, Graham muttered it was his intention all along to walk this path of bloodshed. The 00 Raiser and Susanowo charged toward each other and crossed swords.

The two pilots were evenly matched. Setsuna was briefly distracted by the fight between the Louise's GNMA-0001V Regnant and Nena Trinity's GNW-003 Gundam Throne Drei, but Graham's unrelenting attacks pushed the former to refocus on their duel. As he fired Susanowo's Tri-Punisher in response to beam fire from the 00 Raiser, Graham exclaimed he survived for this very day; even if he was reduced to a puppet of the Innovators, he'll continue following the path of Bushido. With the match locked in a stalemate, the two pilots finally upped the stakes and activated their respective machine's Trans-Am System.

Graham and Setsuna in the quantum ethereal plane created by GN Particles.

The two machines engaged in a Trans-Am showdown, appearing as burning lights of teal and orange wisps clashing against each other from a distance. A huge concentration of purified GN particles enveloped both pilots, sending their consciousness into the quantum ethereal plane.

As Graham became aware of what was happening, he wondered if he had attained Nirvana. Setsuna suddenly appeared to correct him, noting that they were in the place where the quanta converged together. Graham was puzzled, but Setsuna continued to talk about Aeolia Schenberg's true goal - humanity's reformation. Graham wondered if this reformation was the ultimate mystery that Setsuna had mastered. He then reminiscence about when he first decided to pursue the path of Bushido. Reflecting on his own twistedness, Graham came to understand that he could only attain his ultimate mystery if he fights Setsuna, who could do nothing but fight just like him, once again.

Returning to reality, Graham declared that these were for the sake of the ultimate victory. Setsuna was perplexed and Graham asked if there was anything else. Combining his GN Swords II into the twin lance mode, Setsuna retorted that there was obviously more to it; a tomorrow that links them to the future. Graham quickly parried the 00 Raiser's attack and disarmed it in one swing. He went in for the killing blow, but Setsuna caught and broke the Susanowo's blade, swiftly followed by stabbing both of Susanowo's shoulders with the 00 Raiser's GN beam sabers. This attack caused several minor explosions in the Susanowo's cockpit, and the damaged shoulders soon exploded, with the blast cracking apart its head armor and revealing a SVMS-01O Over Flag's head unit hidden within. Susanowo's cockpit subsequently opened, letting out an injured Graham.

00 Raiser stabbing both of Susanowo's shoulders.

As 00 Raiser pointed one of its GN beam saber at him, Graham cried out for Setsuna to finish him off and obtain victory. However, Setsuna refused to do so, deactivating 00 Raiser's Trans-Am and its GN beam sabers. Graham was astonished, but Setsuna declared,

I... will live. I'll live and seize tomorrow! That is... my way of fighting. And you... must also fight to live.

Setsuna then departed from Eclipse. As Susanowo's remains floated in Lagrange 5, Graham contemplated committing seppuku in accordance to the path of Bushido. However, Setsuna's parting words caused him to hesitate.

Aftermath & Reformation

Nothing was shown of Graham after the duel in Lagrange 5. He was not present in the final battle in Lagrange 2, where Celestial Being and its allies defeated the A-Laws and the Innovators. With the A-Laws' corruption and cruel actions revealed to the world, the reformed ESF government ultimately dissolved the autonomous peacekeeping force. Graham, having given up his path of Bushido, was last shown visiting Billy in an undisclosed research lab.

ELS Conflict

AD 2314. Two years has passed since the defeat of the A-Laws and Innovators. Graham, as of this time, returned to the ESF Forces and led a special squadron, the Solbraves; piloting the test unit GNX-Y903VW Brave (Commander Test Type).

Around this time, odd occurrences began happening in the Earth Sphere. The derelict Europa found its way back to Earth after being on Jovian airspace for 130 years. The ESF Forces in Celestial Being destroyed the approaching ship through Captain Descartes Shaman and his GNMA-Y0002V Gadelaza. However, the fragments didn't burn up in the atmosphere during re-entry. Graham heard the investigation that Brigadier General Kati Mannequin had been pushing about the matter, and asked his friend Billy to keep him updated. Attacks on potential Innovators soon followed, and they were attributed to the fragments from the destroyed Europa; a new alien species called the Extraterrestrial Living-metal Shape-shifter (ELS).

Intervention in Martian Airspace

Graham Aker monitors the situation as the commander of the SolBraves squadron.

With a huge ELS fleet from Jupiter coming to Earth in 95 days, the ESF sent out an envoy fleet to rendezvous with the approaching ELS at the Martian airspace. Graham and the SolBraves had been ordered to go after them as reinforcement, but when the team got there, the whole fleet was already decimated. The ones that remained, other than the ELS, were the Gundams, who were on the run from the ELS after Setsuna F. Seiei's failed dialogues with the alien lifeforms. Graham's team were quick to help, spreading out in the battlefield and covering fire for the Gundams. After the Gundams had retreated, the SolBraves then went on to eliminate the ELS; using bait-and-hit tactics, the squadron drew in the hostile ELS units and then simultaneously destroyed clusters of them after the other. After wiping out a group of ELS chasing a fellow SolBraves, Graham then used his Brave's Tri-Punisher to abruptly stop and wipe out the ELS that were trailing behind him. The remaining ELS eventually stopped attacking and enveloped themselves into a sphere-like formation. Graham and his team surrounded the ELS, but decided to withdraw after learning that Celestial Being had finally left the airspace.

The SolBraves later met with Celestial Being at their designated point and made a brief stay in CBS-74 Ptolemaios 2 Kai for resupplies. Graham went to see Setsuna's condition, who was in comatose after the previous ELS encounter. On the way, Graham marveled how Setsuna was seeking a path for understanding even with the ELS. Feldt Grace, who was there to watch over Setsuna, noticed Graham and asked who he was. Graham responded that he was just a man who had foolishly pursued to surpass the Gundams; he was mistaken and realized it was Setsuna that he needed to surpass. Graham added he regretted not being able to save Setsuna, just as he was not able to arrive in time to rescue his ESF forces allies. Just then, Graham received a call that more ELS had arrived on Jupiter. Graham and his team immediately returned to their mothership, the Artorious, after resupply to prepare for a huge battle against ELS.

Final Battle & Aftermath

Debriefing of SolBraves before heading out to battle against ELS.

Several days later, the ELS planetoid reached the ESF Absolute Defense Line. While the Artorious traveled towards the location in Trans-Am, Graham briefed his team about upcoming battle. He warned them that they would be faced to risk their lives, but ordered them not to die. Upon their arrival, they saw that the situation had turned worse for the ESF forces. Graham told his team not to panic, but was shocked, and also thrilled, to see that their enemies were also using Gundam-type GNX-803T GN-XIV. The SolBraves blasted their way through the enemy line into the battlefield. However, one of them, Yagan Crow, was immediately caught and exploded in the crossfire. Graham gritted his teeth in anger for the early loss of one of his men, but was immediately brought back to his senses by the news that the ELS could also transform into assimilated ESF forces space cruisers. He and the remaining SolBraves joined the ESF forces in mopping-up the invading ELS.

The battle continued to look bleak for the ESF forces. Even with the arrival of Celestial Being and the Gundams, the ELS still overwhelmed their combined forces. One more SolBraves pilot was killed as the ELS breached through the Absolute Defense Line.

Graham's Brave covering for 00 Qan[T]​

The situation was hopeless until the arrival of the 00 Qan[T]​ to launch another dialogue attempt with the ELS. Graham and the SolBraves joined the Gundams as the 00 Qan[T] made its way towards the ELS planetoid. Seeing Setsuna not fighting his way through the ELS, Graham called him on the comm:

What are you hesitating for? It was you who told me to fight in order to live! Even if it's a contradiction, you must continue to exist! You said that is what it means to live!

Graham and his remaining men then activated their Trans-Am System and cleared a path for 00 Qan[T]. Before parting, Graham told Setsuna to live and blaze a trail into the future.

Setsuna pressed on as the SolBraves continued to fight near the ELS planetoid. Eventually, Graham's Brave was assimilated by an ELS GN-XIV. Noticing that Setsuna was having trouble penetrating the ELS planetoid's surface, Graham decided to overload his machine through Trans-Am to open a path. Aiming for the regenerating hole that the ELS had exposed for a defensive field,

Graham Aker's final moments.

Graham yelled out:

Young man! The pilot to the future! I, Graham Aker, will gladly take on this task! This... is not death! It's for humankind to live on!

Graham's Brave slipped through the closing ELS surface and subsequently exploded to make an open hole into the inside. It gave Setsuna the chance to enter the ELS superstructure and use the Quantum System to commence the dialogues with the ELS core, ceasing their attacks and bringing mutual understanding between ELS and Humanity.

Shortly after Setsuna made contact with the ELS, they saved his life by merging with him. Following the incident he became part of Celestial Being and pilot of the GN-001REIV Gundam Exia Repair IV [30].


Celestial Being

Main article: Celestial Being

Setsuna F. Seiei
From the very beginning, Graham became obsessed with Gundam Exia because of its outstanding performance during Celestial Being's first intervention. From that point on, Graham made constant exertions to face Exia/Setsuna every time possible. Graham's obsession with Exia went so far that he self-described his feelings towards them as love.
During the events of Season 2, Graham becomes obsessed with defeating Setsuna, seeing him as the person who destroyed his pride as a Flag Fighter. After dueling and losing to Setsuna at L5, Setsuna tells Graham that he must live on and fight to claim his own future instead of throwing his life away in defeat. Ironically, Graham never appeared to learn Setsuna's name (Hinted as Graham always calls Setsuna, Young Boy in Season 1 and Young Lad/ Man in Season 2).

Earth Sphere Federation

Main articles: Earth Sphere Federation and Union of Solar Energy and Free Nations

Union of Solar Energy and Free Nations
Billy Katagiri
Billy and Graham were stationed together at MSWAD while Billy was the chief technical advisor. From their interactions with each other, it can be said that the two have been good friends for some time while maintaining a professional relationship. Billy has also personally tuned Graham's mobile suits, creating machines such as the SVMS-01X Union Flag Custom II (aka GN Flag), GNX-U02X Masurao, and the GNX-Y901TW Susanowo.
Ralph Eifman
Though they are not close, Professor Eifman personally tuned Graham's Flag into the SVMS-01E Graham's Union Flag Custom to better fight the Gundams. Eifman's custom tuning then spread to a group of Flags, resulting in the SVMS-01O Over Flags.
Sleg Sletcher
Sleg was Graham's superior officer during his early days in the Union Army. On hard times, Sleg offered his daughter's hand in marriage to Graham, hoping that his payroll as an officer would lead her to a better life. Sleg was also a test pilot for Belfactory's YMS-02 Union Blast. Unfortunately, Sleg would commit suicide while piloting the Blast, giving Graham a promotion. It can be inferred that Sleg had a great deal of respect for Graham.


Notes & Trivia

  • Graham shares many similarities with Zechs Merquise from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. Both are excellent pilots, once wore masks, share the same rivalry with the main character, obsessed with fighting the Gundams. They also both have experiences of subjecting their bodies to enormous amounts of g-force when piloting.
  • By the time Aker adopts the way of the Bushido, he discarded his pride as a Flag pilot but retains his resentment for Gundams.
  • If a player made Graham pilot a specific mobile suit in SD Gundam G Generation Wars, and performs an attack, Graham will announce the mobile suit's attack with a version with his name on it. Some of the example mobile suits are GF13-017NJII God Gundam and GNW-002 Gundam Throne Zwei, which attacks Graham calls out as "God Graham Finger" and "Graham Fangs", respectively.
  • In crossover storyline of SD Gundam G Generation Wars, Graham only appeared as an enemy in Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and developed a rivalry against Kira Yamato's ZGMF-X10A Freedom.
  • In Super Robot Wars Z2 Saisei-hen, Graham has a certain relationship with Code Geass' character, Kyoshiro Todoh. Graham even consider Todoh as someone who could be considered as the "Ultimate Samurai" in the game, despite Todoh was not portrayed as a person that could be considered superior in his original story. This relates to how various side materials revealing Graham's love of Japanese culture, even before season 1's end. In Hakai-hen, Graham speaks of Todoh with respect, calling him the last samurai, hoping to learn from him.
  • Graham's zealous personality has been a subject of humor for some fans. A common practice is incorporating his lines in other media (videos and MADs), which is often tagged with Graham Intervention (グラハム介入 Graham Kainyuu?).
  • Graham's Japanese voice actor, Yuichi Nakamura, also voices Nigel Garrett in Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, Ricardo Fellini in Gundam Build Fighters and Io Fleming in Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt.
  • Graham appears as a DLC character in Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 as Mister Bushido with the Susanowo as his Mobile Suit. If Graham uses a Combination SP Attack with Setsuna, both will reveal their star signs to each other. Graham as a Virgo, whose element is Earth, which coincides with his affiliation with the Earth Forces as well as his intense desire to fight for the planet.
  • In the Super Robot Wars series Graham always survives his encounter with the ELS, except for Super Robot Wars UX, the player may acquire him only if they meet certain requirements.
  • In SRW V its shown that his relationship with Setsuna F. Seiei is that of a humble one as by the time the main story starts Setsuna has already defeated his Mr.Bushido personality. By the time he meets Setsuna again he is glad to fight along side him. He is also the former captain of Joe Rival who nicknamed Joe the Ace from The Brave Express Might Gaine. When battling Joe he will have special dialogue.
  • Graham appears in the Extreme Vs. series as the pilot Brave (Commander Test Type)'s pilot and the Susanowo as Mr. Bushido. Graham also compliments and takes note of many of Mobile Suit Gundam Wing's units, taking particular interest in Zechs Merquise's more honorable conduct in battle.
  • In the Japanese script of Gundam G-Generation Crossrays, Graham attaches a rather comical name to his signature move when using his Over Flag: (Gra)ham Kick (ハムキック Ham-kikku?) and changes Trans-Am to "Grans-Am" when at the helm of the Union Flag Custom II. Despite the seemingly silly tags, said skills are quite powerful.
    • The Ham Kick originates from Another Story Mission-2306 Drama CD.
  • To obtain the "Movie" variant of the Graham Aker AI Pilot in Gundam Breaker Mobile, players must build it from event blueprints during a limited time when it is available as a build project. This is resource-intensive process, as each part requires a combination of twelve total Material which can only be obtained by rolling the current gacha capsules on specific weeks to get the number of necessary material for the part. it would take at least twelve rolls over four weeks to craft the AI.

External Links


  1. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 1, Celestial Being
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 3, The Changing World
  3. 3.0 3.1 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 14, Dawn of Determination
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 12, To the Limits of Holy Teachings
  5. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 2, Gundam Meister
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 15, Broken Wings
  7. 7.0 7.1 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 16, Trinity
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 18, The Aim of Evil Intents
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 25, Setsuna
  10. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 26, The Angels' Second Advent
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 46, The Door of Change
  12. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 13, Return of the Saint
  13. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Novel 1 Chapter 2 pages 75-76.
  14. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 17, Assault of the Thrones
  15. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 20, Blade of Reformation
  16. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 22, Trans-Am
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 47, For the Future
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 29, A Reason to Fight
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 41, Prelude to Tragedy
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 34, The Indelible Past
  21. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 27, Twin Drive
  22. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 30, Homeland Burning
  23. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 31, Scars
  24. 24.0 24.1 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 32, Reunion and Separation
  25. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 50, Rebirth
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 "A wakening of the Trailblazer," Mobile Suit Gundam 00 The Movie.
  27. 27.0 27.1 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Episode 4, International Negotiation
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.4 Mobile Suit Gundam 00 CD Drama Special 2: Road to 2307, Track 6.
  29. Mobile Suit Gundam 00N Chapter 12.
  30. Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Festival 10 "Re:vision"

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