Mobile Suit Gundam 00F (機動戦士ガンダム00F Kidou Senshi Gandamu 00F?) is a manga side story that ran in conjunction with Season 1 of Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and the sequel to Mobile Suit Gundam 00P. It was written by Tomohiro Chiba and illustrated by Kōichi Tokita.
The manga features the Celestial Being group called Fereshte (Persian: فرشته lit. angel; Japanese: フェレシュテ Fereshute), which deploys the Second Generation Gundams, the GNY series. In the story, Fereshte was proposed by the former Second Generation Gundam Meister, Chall Acustica, and was approved by Veda to support Celestial Being from the shadows. 00F was first published on 2007 in Gundam Ace, which ran the story between the issues of December 2007 to July 2009. The manga had spanned to 4 volumes. After the story had ended, it was replaced by its manga sequel, Mobile Suit Gundam 00I.
- 1 Characters
- 2 Chapters
- 2.1 #F01 [Another Gundam Meister]
- 2.2 #F02 [GN-002 vs GNY-002F]
- 2.3 #F03 [Azadistan]
- 2.4 #F04 [Celestial Being vs Fereshte]
- 2.5 #F05 [Feelings... and Hopes]
- 2.6 #F06 [Aeolia]
- 2.7 #F07 [Last Support]
- 2.8 #F08 [Hixar Fermi]
- 2.9 #F09 [The Dance of Destiny]
- 2.10 #F10 [One that Observes the World]
- 2.11 #F11 [Reason to Live]
- 2.12 #F12 [Gundams and the World]
- 2.13 #F13 [Anti-Federation Forces]
- 2.14 #F14 [A New Stage]
- 2.15 #F15 [Euclides]
- 2.16 #F16 [Assault]
- 2.17 #F17 [Project Start]
- 2.18 #F18 [Explosion]
- 2.19 #F19 [Veda]
- 2.20 #F20 [Fon Spaak]
- 3 Mobile Units
- 4 Volumes
- 5 Picture Gallery
- 6 References
- 7 External Links
Fon Spaak - A criminal forced by Celestial Being to become a Gundam Meister. He dislikes Aeolia Schenberg's ideals except the part about using the Gundams to change the world. As an untrustworthy character, he's shackled and has an explosive brace on his neck. Normally handcuffed, when piloting a Gundam, Hanayo will release the handcuff.
Chall Acustica - She's the founder and leader to Celestial Being group Fereshte. She was recruited into Celestial Being since she was a young girl. She appears to have negative memories about being the pilot to Gundam Plutone.
Hanayo - A cat themed Haro that can interface with Veda's terminal. It's unclear if this Haro has any unique abilities, but if it's made like any other Haro it can interface with other systems in Celestial Being to communicate and control.
Sherilyn Hyde - A young little mechanic to Fereshte. She's often seen with her Hanayo and although young, she was trained by Ian Vashti to repair/maintain the Second Generation Gundams.
Eco Calore - A spare Gundam Meister who was once a candidate to be a Third Generation Gundam Meister
Hixar Fermi - A Gundam Meister on orders from Veda to follow Fon Spaak, who has been working independently from Fereshte. While Hixar appears to be the same man from Mobile Suit Gundam 00P, his personality is markedly different and he is shown to have a remotely-detonatable explosive strapped around his neck.
Hayana - A girl who follows Hixar Fermi, Hayana possesses high physical capacities most would not imagine from her appearance. Registered as a Gundam Meister in Veda, she is capable of taking control of a Gundam remotely. Hayana is considered Hanayo's "sister" and resembles her, but views Hanayo with hatred and attempts to kill her.
#F01 [Another Gundam Meister]
The story begins in between the main series' episodes 1 & 2. Fereshte was analyzing the current situation of the primary group and making their assessment over their recent battles. Fon Spaak was making his assessment over the Enact and giving his analysis over Celestial Being's first two missions. As the video of Aeolia Schenberg was playing on the screen, Fon revealed that he doesn't sympathize with Aeolia's ideals. Eco criticized Fon for what he had said despite being a Gundam Meister, but Fon cleared it out that despite not agreeing with Aeolia, he does find it interesting how the Gundams will change the world. Later, while Chall was thinking of her past and current development of Fereshte, they got their first mission. They have received orders to attack HRL forces located in CS35 area. Chall ordered Fon Spaak to sortie with a masked GNY-001F Gundam Astraea Type F, but he opted for GNY-004 Gundam Plutone. Chall seemed to have an uncomfortable history behind Plutone and was reluctant to approve of Fon's choice as Plutone had no mask, but he had Hanayo patch through Veda to get approval. Fon left to sortie with Plutone and told Chall, "I'll change your past self with your Plutone!"
#F02 [GN-002 vs GNY-002F]
The story begins in between the main series' episode 4, the Taribia Republic conflict, when GN-001 Gundam Exia was attacked by the SVMS-01E Graham's Union Flag Custom. Eco Calore was surprised by the new custom Flag and had Fon Spaak give his assessment over the new unit. Fon reluctantly described the custom Flag's strength and weaknesses. Eco was surprised by Fon Spaak's ability to give a fast logical assessment just by looking, which Fon responded that nothing can escape his sight. While toying around with Eco, Fon Spaak was given a new mission to assist fellow Gundam Meister Lockon Stratos, piloting the GN-002/DG014 Gundam Dynames Torpedo in their intervention at HRL's orbital elevator. From there, Fon Spaak is to give Lockon/Dynames support with Gundam Sadalsuud over destroying underwater mobile units. While Gundam Dynames Torpedo was attempting to acquire a firing solution, Fon Spaak used Sadalsuud's sensor's to acquire target and relayed tactical data for Lockon (not aware of Fon Spaak's assistance). While Fon was laughing in Sadalsuud F, Hanayo revealed a pair of glowing eyes within the shell of the Haro.
The main story takes place in between the main series' episode 12-13. Fon Spaak participated in the mission in Azadistan using the GNY-003F Gundam Abulhool Type F. During the mission, a barrage of missiles from an unknown source attacked the construction site of Azadistan's Solar Receiver Facility Fon left the comrade, Lockon Stratos, to follow the source of the missiles. During the pursuit, Flag Fighters, Daryl Dodge and Howard Mason, were also following the target who fired the missiles. To prevent the Flags from catching the target, Fon covers the unit's escape by firing GN Missiles. While following the target, Fon noticed that it was an unknown Enact variant. Fon chased the Enact variant and recognized the pilot as Ali al-Saachez, who at the same time was shocked that someone could pull of a mid-air transformation. After recognizing the mercenary, Fon left the airspace, noting that it was more interesting to let Ali live. Afterwards, while reporting to the crew, he explained that he would let Setsuna F. Seiei deal with Ali. During Setsuna's decision to land Exia on Azadistan unarmed to hand in Rasa Massoud Rachmadi, Fon expressed support on his actions, citing how Setsuna wanted to change the world with his own power.
#F04 [Celestial Being vs Fereshte]
The story happens at the last part of the main series' episode 15. In the starting scene, Fon in a AEU-05/05 AEU Hellion Perpetuum watched Exia get bathed by Agrissa's plasma field. Before the Union, AEU,and HRL performed their joint military exercise, Fereshte figured out it was trap to capture the Gundams. Chall Acustica decided not to help Celestial Being, in accordance to Veda's orders not to interfere with the exercise. Fon Spaak sortied out anyway, wanting to see the outcome of the battle. Before heading out, Fon hinted to a possibility that Veda had been hacked. Back to the present, a new Gundam suddenly appeared on the battlefield, rescuing the Gundam Exia and surprising both Fon and Setsuna. Later, back at Fereshte's base, the team expressed their uncertainty about the new Gundam team and the credibility of Veda with the turnout of the events. The new group, revealed to be Team Trinity, then came into contact with Fereshte and, acting on Veda's wishes, ordered Fereshte to hand over the 0 Gundam with its GN Drive. Without the 0 Gundam's drive, Fereshte would be effectively disbanded. Opposing Team Trinty's demands, Fon Spaak with Hanayo piloted the Gundam Plutone and battled Team Trinity. Johann Trinity cited Fon's action as a treason to Celestial Being and had Fon's neck restraint detonated. A burst of blood immediately covered Fon's helmet. Despite the fatal injury, Fon continued to fight Team Trinity; 10 minutes before his heart starts failing.
#F05 [Feelings... and Hopes]
Fon Spaak has only ten minutes until his heart fails as he battles Gundam Throne Zwei. Michael Trinity released the GN Fangs and severely damaged the Gundam Plutone. Hanayo activated Gundam Meister 874 System and took control of Plutone as a last ditch resort to stop Fon from fighting. Nena Trinity read through Fon's info as she watched the scene. As Michael Trinity was about to rip out the GN Drive from the Plutone, Gundam 874 overload Plutone and escaped with Fon through the Core Fighter. In response, Johann Trinity used the GN Mega Launcher to shoot them down, but 874 managed to evade. The Team Trinity then retreated and ordered the Fereshte to retrieve the 0 Gundam's GN Drive as soon as possible. With Team Trinity receiving restricted data from Veda, Fereshte concluded that there was someone with higher access manipulating from the shadows. Meanwhile, Hanayo and Fon continued to drift in space. Fon's body temperature is dropping rapidly and his bleeding stops, but he slipped into a coma. Fon later wakes up for a while and with encouragement from him, Hanayo decided to take matters into her own hands and save Fon rather than wait for Veda's order.
The chapter begins with Joyce Moreno treating Fon Spaak's injuries. With Ian Vashti there too, the old Krung Thep Crew were reunited and each of them reminisced the old days. During the conversation, Chall's tragic past was explored. Moreno offered Chall to meet Ruido and Marlene's daughter, Feldt, but she said there was no need. After their meeting, time has come to past, spanning from the main series' episode 17 to 21. Chall and Eco were discussing about the recent events and the connection of the traitor to UN's GNX-603T GN-Xs when the alarms from Fon's room went on. However, as they checked it out, it was only Fon calling to see them after waking up. The whole crew were glad Fon Spaak was ok. Later on, Fon Spaak and Hanayo sortied in Astraea F to check the situation outside. Meanwhile, on the Moon, Alejandro Corner's actions set off a system trap. The trap unlocked the 'Trans-Am System' on the four Ptolemaios Gundams and Gundam Astraea F, giving them access to the full power and capabilities of their GN Drives.
#F07 [Last Support]
Fon Spaak headed out to face the enemy UN Forces at the supply docks as Fereshte recover Celestial Being's essential supplies. He encountered a patrolling group of six Orbital Flags at the Supply Dock Area 923 GS and proceeded on eliminating them. The Fereshte later managed to save their supplies in 4 of the supply docks. With the relative easiness of the operations, Fon began to suspect something. He checked his info on Celestial Being database and asked Hanayo to check Veda. Hanayo confirmed to him that Veda wasn't "tracking" them and the Ptolemaios. She explained that their data were treated as non-existent and the Meisters still retained their privileges. As she continued to check into Veda, she also found out that the UN Forces had finally defeated Celestial Being and that the traitor behind Veda was Ribbons Almark. Later, Fon and Hanayo headed to the battlefield in Lagrange 1 to salvage anything from Celestial Being they could find. Fon and Hanayo found the GN Drive that Kyrios ejected to the battlefield and were able to retrieve it. They also found the wrecked Nadleeh but Fon decided to leave the unit and the pilot within it.
#F08 [Hixar Fermi]
Season 2 of Gundam 00F starts; it continues on what happens during the four years before the return of Celestial Being. The chapter starts out with Hixar Fermi walking through Paris noticing the news of the battle between the PMC and the UN Forces. The PMC defended against the UN Forces to preserve their independent army but they were defeated by the UN's GN-Xs. Fon went to watched the battle in Gundam Abulhool F and immediately left the battlefield afterwards. Back at Fereshte's secret base on Earth, the team were transferring the GN Drives into Gundam Sadalsuud F from Astraea F2. Chall was thinking about Fereshte's new purpose as Celestial Being had been defeated and the world was uniting as one. Despite the circumstances, she believed that the GN Drives they possessed would come important in case that Celestial Being decided to return. At that same time, Hayana and Hixar infiltrated Fereshte's base and went on to steal the Gundam Sadalsuud F with Dynames' GN Sniper Rifle. Just as they were about to head out, Fon Spaak with Hanayo, piloting the Abulhool F, burst through the wall and challenged Hixar to a fight.
#F09 [The Dance of Destiny]
The story starts with Hayana and Hixar reading the fate of the World and Celestial Being through the Tarot Cards. The world was uniting just as "The Emperor" (Ribbons Almark) had planned. Despite their destruction though, Celestial Being was fated to return, just as the upside-down "Death" had promised. Through the cards, Hixar and Hayana's purpose was shown; the hope ("The Star"). Hixar pointed another card, which showed the Goddess of "Justice", the Astraea. Back to the current situation, Fon Spaak, piloting the Gundam Abulhool Type F, burst through the wall, ready to fight Hixar. On the side, Chall Acustica was surprised that Hixar Fermi, a comrade of her who was supposed to be dead, was alive all this time. Fon transformed the Gundam Abulhool Type F to flight mode and rammed it to Gundam Sadalsuud Type F's cockpit. However, Hixar managed to easily stop the attack. Fon then attacked the Sadalsuud point blank using the Abulhool's secondary head vulcan, but it was still ineffective. Sadalsuud then threw Abulhool across the hanger. Hixar was using the Sadalsuud's featured mini GN-Field to defend against Fon's attacks. Fon used Abulhool's vulcan again but Hixar blocked it again with a GN-Field. Hixar and Hayana then ran off with Gundam Sadalsuud Type F through the broken wall that Fon made earlier. Fon decided not to pursue, letting Hixar have the spare GN Drive. However, he later head out to search for Hixar himself, giving in to Fereshte's request to find him. Later that night, Hayana attacked Hanayo and destroyed the Haro that she was in. At the same time, Fon Spaak found Hixar Fermi at the HRL's Orbital Elevator.
#F10 [One that Observes the World]
The scene goes back to when Hayana destroyed Hanayo's Haro terminal. Hayana threatened to take the Astraea F2 too, but decided to not take it to hide what she had done from Hixar. Chall appeared and asked Hayana about Hixar, and Hayana answered that Hixar was really alive. Before leaving, she revealed a terrorist threat in HRL Orbital Elevator. Meanwhile, the scene goes back to Fon and Hixar at the HRL Orbital Elevator. Hixar explained that despite of anything, his true purpose was only to observe. Fon then provided his own intentions, "To observe, decide and to act!" The two were suspected by the patrolling HRL guards, but there was nothing in the database to hold against them, confirming to Fon that Hixar was also a Gundam Meister protected by Veda. At the same time, Fon also sighted the terrorists who were planning to bomb the HRL Orbital Elevator, but the men immediately detonated the bombs they were carrying upon arrest. The scene changes back to Fereshte as Sherilyn tried to recover Hanayo. Inside Veda, upon seeing Sherilyn, Hanayo pleaded to Veda to make her return to Fereshte. After Veda granted her request, Hanayo saw the situation at the HRL Orbital Elevator and immediately told Sherilyn of what was happening. Back at the Orbital Elevator, the terrorist's Hellions started heading to the Pillar of the Orbital Elevator for a suicide attack. Hixar retreated from the scene using Gundam Sadalsuud's miniature GN-Field. The MSJ-06II-AC Tieren Antiaircraft Cannon Types were deployed and took down all but one of the Hellions. Captivated by Fon's earlier remark ("Observe, Decide and Act"), Hixar shot down the remaining Hellion, ignoring the fact that he was not supposed to interfere with the situation.
#F11 [Reason to Live]
The chapter begins with Hayana waking up after having nightmares about Hanayo. She swore to herself she wouldn't rest until she erased Hanayo's existence. Hixar, who was present, applaud her for having a reason for living, but reminded her not to do any unnecessary actions like what she had done back in Fereshte. Later, the two headed to the Midwestern Africa. While there, they bump with Fon Spaak. Despite the increase in support for the poverty plagued area under the present UN, anti-UN sentiments continued to grow. With this, the UN finally decided to weed out the anti-UN groups in the area through force and restricting aids. However, Fon noted that despite the situation, people would still decide to fight. Hayana argued that Veda had already stated that the situation is hopeless, but Fon responded that Veda was not absolute. Hixar then questioned if Fon incited the people to fight, for it ironically would put Fon against Celestial Being. Fon answered that even if the main Gundams were still active, he would gladly fight against them regardless. In Fereshte, Chall went to see Sherilyn's progress on fixing Hanayo's terminal. After tending to Sherylin, who was sleeping, Chall talked to Hanayo about Hixar and how she was confused that he was still alive. Later in Africa, the Anti-UN Group in the area started fighting against the UN Forces. Observing in Sadalsuud with Hayana, Hixar was in shock, as Fon's ability to surpass Veda made him question about his own value. A GN-X has spotted the Sadalsuud, but Fon rescued them in time, stating that Hixar could find his answer as long as he has the original GN Drive.
#F12 [Gundams and the World]
A journalist named Anar Ugai has evidence that Gundams still exist and tried to sell the info to various military organizations. Behind the shadows, Hixar observed the situation in accordance to Veda's orders, wondering how the info would affect the world. At Fereshte, Chall and Fon talked about the rapid unification brought by the UN. Fon commented that things like government, ethnicity, and religion were going to be destroyed and ignored in the new world order. Chall argued that despite so, conflicts were still going to be eliminated, but Fon noted it was not going to happen; he would still continue to fight. Chall tried to stop him, as it goes against Celestial Being's ideals, but Fon argued that Celestial Being was already gone. He added that if she believed that the organization was still alive, she should search for it instead. After Fon had sortied out with Astraea F2, Chall was left torn between Fon and her obligations to Celestial Being. Going back to Hixar, the journalist who carried the info about the Gundams was killed by the HRL authorities. This made Hixar to conclude that the world was not ready with the idea of Gundams returning. Former Gundam Meister, Setsuna F. Seiei, was also observing the situation. Meanwhile, Fon met up with a mysterious Mobile Suit Group.
#F13 [Anti-Federation Forces]
The chapter starts out with the chapter explaining Fon's past and his past relation with Ali al-Saachez. Back to the present, it was revealed that it was Fon's idea to let Anar get an info about the Astraea F2. As Fon's team gathered, he explained his intentions of using them in his armed interventions to get the attention of the people who looks down from up high in exchange for his service on fighting the UN Forces. After Fon had left, the members of the Anti-UN group talked to themselves about their thoughts on Fon Spaak. Despite their doubts, they decided to rely on Fon's power to succeed in their latest mission plan. Meanwhile at Fereshte, Chall called out Sherilyn and the rest of Fereshte for an emergency briefing. She decided to continue upholding Fereshte's purpose of supporting Celestial Being. Therefore, she announced that Fon had to be branded a traitor and that they should seek Hixar's help to hunt him. Despite their doubts on Hixar, Chall decided to make use of Hixar's skills and intel connections to Fereshte's advantage. Hanayo contacted Hayana and prepared for the meeting. Back in Africa, Fon Spaak and the Anti-UN Forces began their mission of invading a military missile base. Their plan was to infiltrate the base and take the armaments that was stored there. During their operation, a group of GNX-607T GN-XIIs suddenly appeared to intercept them. Back at Fereshte, Hixar and Hayana was called into Fereshte, and Chall designated Hixar Fermi as their new Gundam Meister.
#F14 [A New Stage]
The chapter starts with Fon fighting with the three GN-XIIs while the rest of his teammates pressed on to the military base. At Fereshte's base, Fereshte's meeting with Hixar and Hayana continues. During the meeting Hayana lunged an attack on the Haro containing Hanayo, but Hixar ordered her to stop. Hixar agreed to Chall's demands and asked for his mission, which Chall explained that he's to hunt down Traitor A13, Fon Spaak. Back in Africa, the Anti-UN Forces continued to press on to their objective and received an unexpected help from another group of Anti-UN Forces led by Klaus Grad. In Astraea F2, Fon managed to destroy all of the GN-XIIs in the area. At the end, the group managed to invade the military base, but learned that there were no armaments inside the base aside from outdated rockets. Fon already predicted the situation without telling the group beforehand and told the group he would use the rockets to launch to space. The Anti-UN Forces then joined with Klaus' group. As Fon headed to space, Hixar and Hayana followed him using the Orbital Elevator Train. Hixar accepted Fereshte's proposal to get back the real him that he had lost by defeating Fon Spaak.
The chapter starts with Fon Spaak's supposed plan of dropping raw material asteroids down to Earth back in 2299 AD. Fon's reason for fighting was to take down those who manipulate and twist the rules to their own desires. Back to the present, Fon was planning a scheme to drag out the one who manipulates the UN from the shadows. Meanwhile, Hixar and Hayana launched in CB's Space Container and decided to check Celestial Being's facilities to search for Fon. The scene then shifts to Celestial Being's base in Lagrange 2 as Ian and Linda Vashti were discussing about the Twin Drive System and the eventual return of Celestial Being. Back at Fereshte, Chall remembered her first meeting with Fon Spaak. While Sherilyn was working on Hanayo's Haro, Hanayo talked to herself about Chall's dilemma and her own desire to help Fon. Not long, Sherilyn finished working and asked Hanayo to take care of Fon Spaak. She upgraded Hanayo's Haro so that Hanayo would be able to send her data to other Haro terminals whenever she wanted. Using the ability, Hanayo was able to find Fon, who was working on launching the Fereshte's work-use spaceship, CBS-68 Euclides. As the two were reunited, Hixar Fermi located Fon's whereabouts. Fon launched in Astraea F2 to face Hixar in Sadalsuud F. Just then, the Euclides was launched from the secret asteroid base.
The scene returns to Euclides launching while Fon and Hixar face off. Hixar attempted to shoot down Euclides, but Hanayo activated Euclide's GN Field in defense. With Euclides out of the resource satellite, Fon relayed to Hanayo their retreat, but Hixar told them to stop. Fon then questioned why Hixar wasn't attacking him and wondered if Hixar already reached his limit of acting on his own accord. He added that Hixar was deluding himself to believe that he could actually defeat and kill him. Hixar confirmed Fon's assumption that he feared making a mistake and killing another person important to the Plan; he was still haunted by his past of killing a former comrade, Grave Violento. To force Hixar to make up his mind, Fon activated Astraea F2's Trans-Am and viciously attacked Sadalsuud F. Hixar responded with Sadalsuud F's Trans-Am, but he still didn't retaliate. Fon then decided to retreat from the scene, taunting Hixar for refusing to fight him. As Fon head out with Euclides, however, Hixar made up his mind and decided to shoot Astraea F2 using Dynames' Long Range Rifle. The shot damaged post-Trans-Am Astraea F2, but Hixar didn't pursue as Sadalsuud F's Trans-Am also came to an end. Back at Fereshte, Sherilyn tried to convince Chall to cease their hunt for Fon, as he was once their close comrade. However, Chall tearfully explained that she couldn't bring herself to do that as it would disregard the ideals of Celestial Being that her fallen comrades have fought and sacrificed their lives for. The two then exchanged a tearful embrace, sending their feelings to Fon. Several months later, Fon attacked an UN Forces factory in Lagrange 1. From a far, a man piloting a Black colored Plutone watches over.
#F17 [Project Start]
After the battle, Hanayo alerted Fon about an incoming GNY-004B Gundam Plutone Black. Fon got a hint of its allegiance and started attacking it, but the Plutone Black didn't retaliate and requested instead to board the Euclides. In Euclides, Fon and Hanayo met with the pilot (Bring Stabity) and questioned his purpose on showing up to them in Plutone. Bring denied having any hidden message in using the Gundam, explaining that it was being used as a reference for a new line of mobile suits. He then explained that he was there to support Fon, who had the power, they believed, that could replace Celestial Being. Fon was happy to get assistance, but made it clear he would only do things his way. Bring didn't mind, as long as Fon's actions would benefit mankind, but Fon doubted that his plans would be of the kind. Bring argued Fon wouldn't be the judge of that, but Fon threw it back that neither was Bring. With Bring's silence, Fon then revealed that Bring wasn't human, surprising both Bring and Hanayo. Bring was forced to reveal the identity of his group, the Innovators. Hanayo expressed her doubts on Bring's sudden appearance, but Fon still accepted Bring's offer. Meanwhile, the Fereshte was keeping track of Fon's condition through Hixar's reports. Hixar, with Hayana, was still searching for Fon, and vowed to defeat him and put an end to his Project. Back in the Euclides, Hanayo summarized their plan of dropping asteroids on major military bases on Earth. Astraea F2 and Plutone Black sortied as guards for the asteroids. On the way, Hixar’s Sadalsuud F appeared and began shooting at the asteroids. Fon went ahead to face Hixar, exposing his back to Plutone. However, Bring didn’t bite and shot Sadalsuud F's right Sensor Shield instead. The fight between Hixar and Bring began.
This chapter continues with Sadalsuud F vs. Plutone Black. The Innovator Bring Stabity tried to convince Hixar to stop opposing the "Project" as it coincide with Aeolia's Plan. He even added that Hixar was the same as him, an Innovator, a superior race created for carrying out the Plan. Hixar was shocked by the revelation, but argued his life's purpose was his to decide and not for such Plan. With that, Bring decided that Hixar had rebelled against Aeolia's Plan and proceeded to fight him. Meanwhile, Ribbons Almark and Regene Regetta were also observing the situation, talking about the effect of the asteroid drop on the masses, and the formation of a powerful military force as a result of it. At the former Union Tower, ESF forces gathered to protect the structure from the incoming asteroids. At Fereshte, Sherilyn explained her plan of getting in touch with Celestial Being. By using the same concept on how Veda keep track with the solar reactors, she had planned to increase their solar reactor's transmission so that Celestial Being would be able to track their location. Despite the risk of being traced by the Federation, Chall approved of Sherilyn's plan. Back to Hixar and Bring's duel, Hixar activated Sadalsuud's Trans-Am to reach for the discarded GN Sniper Rifle and started firing at the enemy Plutone. Bring responded by activating GN Field. However, Hixar's attacks managed to penetrate through and ultimately destroyed Plutone, forcing Bring to retreat in the Core Fighter. After seeing Sadalsuud F ending its Trans-Am, Bring noted that Hixar wouldn't be able to stop the "Project" anymore. However, Hixar argued that Bring didn't know Fon's real nature well enough. At that time, the asteroids that Fon had launched exploded, with its debris spreading to block the sunlight from the Solar Orbital Ring. Fon let out a menacing laugh.
The surface was in chaos because of the power outage that resulted from the spreading debris covering the Solar Energy Generators. The Earth Sphere Federation forces scrambled to the Tenchu and La Tour in response, trying to prevent another possible terrorist act on the areas. The first phase of Fon's plan was completed. Hixar then called out to Fon and demanded an explanation to what Fon's real motives were. At Lagrange 3, Linda Vashti received the transmission from Fereshte. As it turned out, Fon's actions worked on the benefit of Fereshte as the ESF at the present was too distracted from ever detecting their transmission. With that, the Fereshte couldn't help but think that Fon hadn't forgotten about them all this time. Back in Euclides, Fon and the rest were heading to the dark side of the moon. Fon told Hixar that he had found the exact location of Veda, to Hixar's surprise. Fon used the recent crisis to analyze and find the place which was most prioritized in receiving power during the power outage; the place which was no other than Veda's location. The two later sortied with their Gundams to face the inevitable Mobile Suit Force waiting ahead of them, one of which was the GN-XXXB Gundam Rasiel Black. Hixar was shocked to see the Rasiel, as it reminded him of his late friend, Grave. Surprisingly, the Gundam was piloted by a clone Innovade of himself; a copy of Grave was piloting the GNR-000B Black GN Sefer. Hixar decided to face the combined GN-XXXB + GNR-000B Black Sefer Rasiel, while Fon faced the Black Innovator versions of Astraea, Sadalsuud, Abulhool, and another Plutone Black.
#F20 [Fon Spaak]
Fon faced all of the Black versions of the Second Generation Gundams. Hixar tried to help him, but was intercepted by the Black Sefer Rasiel. The Hixar clone sent some Proto Bits to attack Sadalsuud F, forcing Hixar to counter using Trans-Am. At the same time, Fon activated Astraea F2's Trans-Am and simultaneously destroyed the enemy Astraea, Abulhool and Sadalsuud. Bring, who returned with the Plutone, tried to shoot down Asraea F2 while it was attacking, but Fon managed to dodge. The two began to fight in close quarters. Back to Hixar's battle, Sadalsuud F's Trans-Am had come to an end, but Hixar managed to destroy most of the enemy Proto Bits. The Hixar clone praised him for his skills, which made Hixar respond that he was far more than what the clone could ever imagine. He then destroyed the GN Sefer pod, which was piloted by the Grave clone. Hixar continued that the fact that the two were created only to be copies set their life to have no value at all. Out of anger, the Hixar clone began rushing to Sadalsuud F. Hixar faced the approaching Rasiel, countering and ultimately destroying the enemy Gundam. Before the damaged Sadalsuud F retired from battle, Hixar noted that the difference between them was that the experience of losing the real Grave had made him stronger. Back to Fon and Bring's duel, Bring was to stab Astraea F2 on the chest using the beam saber, but Fon activated Astraea's GN Reflector, bending the beam saber to hit Astraea F2's left arm instead. Fon immediately countered and destroyed the Black Plutone, forcing Bring to retreat. After the battle, Fon landed on the moon and went to the base containing Veda's main terminal. In there, Fon began talking to Ribbons, whose voice was resonating around the hall. Ribbons noted that because of Fon's actions, his plan have moved accordingly. He had prepared Fon's death in battle as a reward, but Fon still survived the ordeal. However, Ribbons declared he would not let Fon have Veda and had all its functions moved to another terminal, leaving behind a non-operational Veda terminal. As the last power supply on the Moon had been cut, Ribbons bid Fon a farewell. Fon was last shown with a twisted menacing grin on his face.
Forward to sometime in 2311 AD, Chall Acustica, Eco Calore, and Sherilyn Hyde have returned to Celestial Being. Hixar Fermi and Hayana, on the other hand, continued to pursue Fon for the Fereshte. Fon Spaak had left the Gundam Astraea Type F2 on the moon and had disappeared along with Hanayo, the Euclides and Veda's old Main Terminal. After the incident that Fon caused, more workers were sent to space, expanding the space development around the Earth's orbit. The ESF has also developed the A-Laws to effectively counter terrorism. With the world moving forward, Chall wondered when will Fon would make is appearance once again.
Below list all of the Mobile Units featured in Mobile Suit Gundam 00F
Main article: Fereshte
- GNY-001F Gundam Astraea Type F
- GNY-002F Gundam Sadalsuud Type F
- GNY-003F Gundam Abulhool Type F
- GNY-004 Gundam Plutone
- CBS-68 Euclides
Main article: Ptolemy Crew
Human Reform League
Main article: HRL
United Nations Forces
Main article: United Nations Forces
Main article: Innovators (Group)
In Japan, Kadokawa Shoten has released 4 tankōbon of Gundam 00F, compiling all of the 20 chapters released in Gundam Ace. In North America, Bandai Entertainment began releasing the English translated manga on November 2009.
|#||Title||Japanese Release Date||English Release Date|
|01||Mobile Suit Gundam 00F Vol. 1
|March 26, 2008
|November 10, 2009|
|02||Mobile Suit Gundam 00F Vol. 2
|October 25, 2008
|January 26, 2010|
|03||Mobile Suit Gundam 00F Vol. 3
|February 26, 2009
|May 18, 2010|
|04||Mobile Suit Gundam 00F Vol. 4
|July 25, 2009
|December 14, 2010|
- 00F on Official Site (Japanese)
- Fereshte on Wikipedia
- Gundam 00 Side Story Gallery in Zeonic Scanlation