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Gihren Zabi(vote_count: +1)

Victory is the greatest tribute we can pay to those who sacrificed their lives for us!

Gihren Zabi , Mobile Suit Gundam


  • A classic line from a very well known speech. Does very well in summing up Gundam really. If you think back to Setsuna in 00, he kind of echoes Gihren's statement on how forging a path to success is the way that people carry on the will of those sacrificed. Gaeaman788 00:02, November 9, 2010 (UTC)


Lacus Clyne (vote_count: +4)

The world belongs to you just as much as you belong to the world.

Lacus Clyne, Gundam SEED


  • A quote Lacus repeats to Kira Yamato in Gundam SEED, when the young pilot is questioning himself and his role as a pilot. Lacus heard the quote originally from her mother, who has remained nameless throughout the series. After saying the quote, Kira tells Lacus he loves her. LordNader 15:22, December 3, 2010

Mariemaia Kushrenada (vote_count: +3)

History is much like an endless waltz. The three beats of war, peace and revolution continue on forever.

Mariemaia Kushrenada, Gundam Wing


  • A quote by Treize Khushrenada's illegitimate daughter, Mariemaia Khushrenada, from the Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Movie. The quote is a perfect representation of a theme that is prominent in all Gundam series; War, Revolution, and Peace will continue to emerge throughout human history. LordNader 15:28, December 3, 2010

Amuro Ray(vote_count:10)

Will I stop fighting and be the destroyer…Or continue to fight and be the savior…Char, I think I'm finally beginning to understand what your question meant.

—, Amuro Ray, Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam

-Amuro Ray, Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam.



After his tragic fight at the infamous One Year War, Amuro yet again enters a situation where he almost lost his former self. but as his Arch-rival questions him on whether he will join them or just watch what will happen, this Quote really reminds many classic Gundam fans on how Amuro decides to fight again.

Treize Khushrenada (vote_count: +2)

When war is dehumanized both victory and defeat become miserable and God no longer lends a helping hand.

—Treize Khushrenada to Chang Wufei, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing




Treize said in another episode that God is an image created by humans right after delivering a speech saying that He was on their side and before killing himself saying "I'll see you on the other side Miliardo" (he believes in an afterlife but not God? pass the aspirin) so given all this I don't think anything Treize says about God would come anywhere near to being worthy of anything but indifference or a raised eyebrow. He can't make up his mind or is clearly confused yet he keeps talking.

Sioraf.killeens (talk) 22:08, May 15, 2013 (UTC)

You do realize that he was being figurative about God lending a helping hand right? It's about the pointlessness of dehumanized wars, not about god. Also, the part about "see you on the other side" was a translation error, in the Japanese version, he just say that "I'll be leaving before you, Milliardo."Ssskoopa (talk) 06:11, June 22, 2014 (UTC)

Plus, I don't think Treize is actually saying that God doesn't exist. He just has a different view of God. Like when he told Heero that a warrior without confusion is the closest thing to a God.



Cagalli Yula Athla (vote_count: +1)

Kill because someone got killed, and being killed because you killed. Would that really bring about true peace in the end?

—Cagalli Yula Athla, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED




This quote was first spoken by Cagalli Yula Athla in Gundam SEED Episode 31, after she rescued Athrun Zala from the island that Athrun fought Kira Yamato and both suits got blown up. Athrun thought that he had killed Kira in retaliation for him destroying Blitz Gundam and killing its ZAFT pilot, Nicol Armafi who was his best friend using the Sword Strike Gundam. Cagalli was furious as to why both of them had to resort to killing each other because of this as Athrun had also destroyed a Sky Grasper, killing Kira's friend Tolle Koenig in the process.

This quote was spoken as Cagalli pointed a gun at Athrun for doing such things and was later re-quoted by Athrun Zala himself in the sequel Gundam SEED Destiny during a meeting with PLANT Supreme Council Chairman Gilbert Dullindal at the ZAFT Forces Base in Diocvia, mentioning that even after he has been re-enlisted in ZAFT as a FAITH member reporting directly to Chairman Dullindal in an attempt to try and change matters from the inside, he is still unable to find the answer to the question Cagalli asked him in anger two years ago.

This quote's special meaning lies in the fact that many if not all Gundam Series has more or less been used directly or indirectly finding their own answer to this specific question, which has a common trait in each of those: Achieving Understanding between humans on Earth and Outer Space is the only viable method to bring about true peace and put an end to all fighting and destruction. It has been achieved in series like New Mobile Century Gundam X as well as recently, Mobile Suit Gundam 00.

Banagher Links (vote_count:+2)

Humanity alone possesses a god the power to transcend the now, the inner god called "possibility"

—Banagher Links, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn



I fail to see how possiblity is some sort of human specific trait. There's a possiblity of this or that phenomena happening where nobody lives for example.

Sioraf.killeens (talk) 22:02, May 15, 2013 (UTC)


Kira Yamato (vote_count:1)

But you're wrong! No matter what happens, everyone has only one life to live! That's why that life is yours! Not his!

—Kira Yamato to Rey Za Barrel, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Final Plus ~ The Chosen Future


(Kira insists that Rey is his own person, and his life belong to himself, and not anyone else)

Sometimes, when I think about that quote said by Kira, I've found that there's some resembalance between myself and what's described in "Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny: Final Plus ~ The Chosen Future". Well put and Well Said! --—This unsigned comment was made by Chao-Chen Jack Lin (talkcontribs) .


Obviously his life belongs to himself and I highly doubt that somebody being similar to oneself is a valid reason for nominating any quote in particular. Sioraf.killeens (talk) 01:54, July 25, 2013 (UTC)

Unnamed Treize Faction pilot (New Mobile Report Gundam Wing) (vote_count:+3)

Outer Space has a bad habit of sending menacing objects to Earth!

—Unnamed Treize Faction pilot, New Mobile Report Gundam Wing


--39px-Hm_fortress_maximus-1-.gif Fort Max says 30px-AutobotInsigniaVector.svg.png 'til All Are One and 30px-UN_Spacy_Logo.svg.png Deculture! (Talk) 19:19, March 31, 2014 (UTC)


(Within context, speaking of Operation Nova, the global orbital drop of Virgo mobile dolls by Romafeller onto Earth)

I honestly think that this quote on its own encapsulates, within a single sentence, almost every series in the franchise in a nutshell. It's bloody brilliant.

MarionetteSaviour (talk) 22:20, April 5, 2013 (UTC)

I have to say, that is one of my all-time favorite Wing quotes, if not one of my favorite quotes ever. RosenDrache (talk) 04:41, August 26, 2013 (UTC)

General Revil (vote_count:+1)

Zeon is exhausted! Now is not the time for us to kneel before Zeon. It is time for us to rise! Now, more than ever, is our chance to defeat Zeon!

—General Revil


One of the most crucial moments in the Universal Century. In spite of the enormous casualties they suffered and land they lost the Earth Federation decides to fight on, and wins.

Sioraf.killeens (talk) 11:15, September 22, 2013 (UTC)

C'mon guys the same quote has been featured since September.

Sioraf.killeens (talk) 21:29, December 30, 2013 (UTC)



Tatsuya Yuki (vote_count:+4)

Gunpla is freedom. You can build it as you like. You can fight with it as you like. Just build Gunpla as you think best, and enjoy the battles to your heart's content.

Tatsuya Yuki, Gundam Build Fighters Episode 23 Gunpla Eve




Ok, technically he's quoting Takeshi Iori, but it sums up the spirit behind the Gunpla battles and even building gunpla, not just in the show but real life builders too. I mean just look at how many different custom models people have made over time. (Also, the featured quote hasn't been changed in ages.) Man with a fancy signature - Telegram 18:22, March 31, 2014 (UTC)

Anavel Gato (vote_count)

For the rebirth of the ideals of Zeon. For the success of Operation Stardust. Solomon, I have returned!

Anavel Gato, Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory




The most pivotal point of the 0083 OVA series, this was said by Gato before he fired the nuclear warhead on the Federation Naval Review at Konpei Island (formerly Solomon). - Areaseven (talk) 17:22, August 31, 2015 (UTC)

McGillis Fareed (vote_count:+1)

But it's hard to let go of a power once you obtain it. Humans are like that. Even if it is a power that could destroy themselves.

McGillis Fareed, Mobile Suit Gundam IRON-BLOODED ORPHANS




Preach it, McGillis. It was only episode 1 of the new series and he was already saying things about the world. This quote really stood out to me, and it surprised me that this series already had such a thoughtful quote in the first episode.