So the Real Grade has a triple missle pack on the underside of the shield, as well as parts for a "prototype" Mark II. Was this ever in Zeta or any accompanying materials, primarily because I'm wondering if we should add the missiles to the armaments list. And where does the Mk-II test version show up?Gaeaman788: admin on Gundam Wiki 01:07, May 13, 2012 (UTC)
http://dalong.net/review/hg/rg07/rg07_p.htm check dalong's review. The Mk-II shield has three missiles underneath which I don't think were actually in Zeta (unless I'm totally wrong) Gaeaman788: admin on Gundam Wiki 18:56, May 14, 2012 (UTC)
- After rewatching some sequences from Zeta, it doesn't have any three-missiles pod. That's apparently a Real Grade gimmick (like the splitting wings of the Freedom Gundam). HPZ - O.N.E. 22:45, May 14, 2012 (UTC)
- Good work HPZ, thanks alot. Perhaps those extra parts for the Mk-II were supposed to resermble the RX-178-X0 Prototype Gundam Mark II...somehow Gaeaman788: admin on Gundam Wiki 23:25, May 14, 2012 (UTC)
- The shield missiles appear in "A New Translation"
the prototype Mark II would be Unit 01 of the three Mark II units with unit 02 and 03 most likely having been refined after the inital testing of unit 01. this would make the most sence that the Mark II would fallow a simuler trend to the RX-78 gundams used in the OYW were the RX-78-1 was the testbed unit with improvements made to the RX-78-2 then more improvements made to the G3.Guyver92 (talk) 22:53, February 6, 2016 (UTC)
what if the armor was changed...
I kinda feel that if the AEUG had AE strip off the armor and mold new parts in Gundarium Gama the unit would have fared much better latter on as it would have been lighter with stronger armor. swamping the armor would have lighten the Mark II by at least five tons, i came to this conclusion as the MK. II is the same size as the zeta which is about 5 tons lighter yet a little taller.
Anaheim Electronics Involvement
The PG, MG Ver.2.0, and RG kits of the Gundam Mk-II [A.E.U.G.] have Anaheim Electronics logos on their marking sheets. Should AE be credited as the suit's manufacturer (at least just for the A.E.U.G. version)? - Areaseven (talk) 10:28, March 27, 2017 (UTC)