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A great quiz for Gundam SEED fans who want to test their knowledge about the Big four of Was Athrun and Lacus' relationship forced by their parents or not?. After meeting up with Lacus in episode 36, Athrun was compelled to reconsider who his real In SEED Destiny., Kira and Lacus's relationship is more mutual. Kira Yamato (キラ・ヤマト) is the main protagonist of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Never Ending Tomorrow . Her husband, Ulen, needed a test subject for his artificial womb, a device made to handle the birthing process of Coordinators. . Kira and Sai's relationship is strained after this.
Angered by this, Kira attempted to smuggle Lacus out of the Archangel, aided by his friends. Kira calls out Athrun to pick her up and again, Athrun attempts to recruit Kira.
When Kira refuses once more, the two vow to shoot each other down the next time they met in combat. Later, Kira is court-martialed by the Archangel'ssenior staff, but all charges are dropped due to him being a civilian. After the event, Flay blames Kira for not protecting her father from the ZAFT pilots because he was trying to protect his kind, shaking him.
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After meeting up with Rear Admiral HalbertonKira and his friends are given honorary rankings for their services. However, Kira decides to join the other Heliopolis survivors and return to Earth.
At the same time, ZAFT soldiers attack the descending Archangel and Halberton's forces attempt to give the battleship a fighting chance to escape.
Moved by the gift of a young girl name Elle, Kira decides to stay and fight, only to find Flay trying to suit up herself. After telling Flay that he'll fight for them all, she gives him a kiss. Filled with vengeance of Kira giving him a massive scar on his face, Yzak and Kira find themselves battling close to the Earth's gravitational pull. In the process, the escaping civilian shuttle zips past them, separating them.
Yzak, mistaking them for Alliance soldiers, turns his beam rifle on them and destroys the shuttle. Horrified, Kira goes catatonic as the Strike goes into freefall. The Archangel is forced to alter course to rescue Kira, not knowing if the Strike's Phase-Shift Armor can survive reentry.
Recovering, Kira finds Flay by his bedside.
As he recovers, Kira's wracked with grief as he realizes that he let everyone down and let them get killed. Noticing Kira's vulnerability, Flay takes advantage of him and sleeps with him during the night. When Kira's called back into action, his methods are much more brutal - all of it being played by Flay. Due to Kira being inexperienced in combat in the desert, he could not pilot the Strike properly.
He managed to again, reprogram the Strike's operating system to adapt to the environment. Kira then is reunited with Cagalli Yula Athhathe girl he helped escape from Heliopolis, Cagalli has been worried about him and is shocked to see him piloting a mobile suit.
During this time, he and Sai have a fallout due to Sai finding out that Kira had slept with Flay. After a short flare up, Sai storms away and attempts to pilot the Strike Gundam alone, but doesn't have enough time to do so, failing. Kira and Sai's relationship is strained after this. Several resistance fighters, including Cagalli's friend Ahmed El Fasi, are killed, though Kira arrives in time to save Cagalli. Later, the two of them are sent to gather supplies.
As Kira and Cagalli sit down for lunch, they meet a poorly but effectively disguised Andrew Waltfeld. Blue Cosmos terrorists attack, targeting Andrew. In the confusion, Kira saves Andrew from being shot in the back. Andrew thanks Kira, and he sheds the disguise, Cagalli realizes who he really is.
Andrew's girlfriend Aisha takes Cagalli to get cleaned, When Cagalli confronts Andrew, he pulls out a gun and asks Kira if a war will end when all of your enemies are destroyed. Andrew says he does not know why Kira is fighting his own kind, but as long as Kira pilots the Strike, they are enemies. He then puts the gun away stating that his home is not a battlefield and that Kira had saved him. Because of that, he lets Kira and Cagalli leave.
Kira asks Andrew to stop because the battle is over, but Andrew is determined to keep fighting until one of them is dead. Battle near Orb and the Marshall Islands While traveling on the Indian Ocean, Kira remembers his final battle with Andrew, the death of Flay's father, and the destroyed civilian shuttle and begins to cry. Cagalli hugs him and tells him everything will be okay, and finds herself holding his hand. She tells him not to get the wrong idea, as she simply wants him not to cry anymore.
She asks why he is with the Earth Alliance when he is a Coordinator, he recalls being asked that many times. However, when Siegel Clyne receives word of Patrick Zala 's deception - that the target for Operation: Lacus also grants Kira "her strength" by means of a kiss to his cheek, showing him that he has her support and affections.
While in hiding, Lacus meets with Athrun, and her views of the war help lead to his final decision concerning who he wants to fight for. Upon seeing Kira again, she tells him about the death of her father and weeps bitterly. When Kira discovers his origins as the product of the Ultimate Coordinator project and becomes depressed, Lacus comforts him by saying that meeting him has made her so happy, despite all the sadness she has endured up to this point.
Lacus finally admits to Kira her love for him when she gives him a ring before the final battle at Jachin Due and tells him to come back to her safely. Kira thanks her for this and seals his promise to return with a kiss to her cheek. During the battle, Lacus tried to persuade both sides to cease firing the weapons of mass destruction, but failed.
The real Lacus is almost killed in an assassination attempt by Coordinators from the "Coordinator special forces". Kira was forced to pilot the Freedom again in order to protect the woman he loves.
Ultimately, Kira's old friend Miriallia Haw would take over this position. They rejoin the crew of the Eternal and the Terminal factory satellite. In the Special Edition, the scene is edited so that Kira begs her to let him come along.
Despite her personal feelings for Kira, she tells him he must remain on Earth to help Cagalli and the Archangel.
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After the shuttle is found, Durandal declares that she is an impostor. Kira arrives in space via Cagalli's Strike Rouge and is nearly killed when his mobile suit is severely damaged. Aboard, Kira and Lacus are reunited and share an emotional embrace and words of happiness at seeing each other again. Lacus then takes Kira to his new mobile suit, the Strike Freedom; once again, she wears a worried expression, much like she did when Kira wanted to pilot the Freedom to save her in Orb.
After Kira saves her and the Eternal, she takes the Infinite Justice to Orb herself, giving Kira the freedom to participate in the already-heated battle in Orb. She lands on the Archangel and her words again help Athrun decide on what he wants to do concerning the second war. When Meer interrupts Cagalli's television broadcast following the Second Battle of Onogoro, Lacus subsequently interrupts as well, revealing her presence and the fact that Meer is an impostor.
Most people are shocked, including the Joule Team and the Minerva crew; even Durandal himself is perplexed that Lacus is in Orb. In her broadcast she also denounces Chairman Durandal's agenda, but also states she does not support Lord Djibril either: Later, Lacus and Kira reveal to the crew of the Archangel that Durandal intends to assign behavioral genes to every human being in order to render war and conflict obsolete.
By doing this, no one can make a decision if their future was planned. Terminal vows to stop Durandal from implementing his radical "Destiny Plan. Even though Athrun and Meyrin think it is a trap, Lacus chooses to meet Meer. Lacus tries to convince Meer to stop working for Durandal; however, they are attacked. Athrun, Kira, and Meyrin deal with the attackers, but Meer ends up dying in Lacus' arms after taking the shot that was originally meant to kill Lacus.
After a funeral on the Archangel, Lacus and the others read Meer's diary and are visibly moved. When Durandal appears on a television broadcast, Lacus looks at him with an expression which had never been seen on her.
She once again tried to convince the ZAFT forces to stand down and remind them of the principles of humanity. The main feature of the Launcher Striker pack. The Buster and later, the Calamity, are also armed with more of them due to being specialized ranged attack Mobile Suits. The main feature of the Sword Striker pack. It appears that the war between Muruta Azrael and Patrick Zala will define the second half of the series, but in reality they're both Unwitting Pawns of the real Big Bad.
Mu, to the Heliopolis crew in general but Kira especially. Also subverted with Nicole and Tolle in episodes 29 and 30, respectively.
Both of them try to pull this off and get killed for their trouble. The Coordinators are genetically augmented humans. Birds of a Feather: Kira and Athrun's friendship could qualify as this with their views on war and want of peace. Kira and Lacus' relationship as well for the same reason. Though they did manage to avert complete disaster, the body count was high on all sides, and there was no decisive end to the conflict — despite all its death and destruction, the war ultimately changed little.
Said to be even more so than V Gundam, and with the WMDs lurking around each corner, it's easy to believe. Coordinators, which must be created in vitro, though the offspring of a pair of Coordinators is also a Coordinator. Episode 19, which provides some of the few light-hearted moments in the show courtesy of Andrew Waltfeld. He almost singlehandedly carries the Archangel through all its battles and the crew praise him endlessly for it, but he's still a teenager struggling to handle the trauma and responsibility that comes with war.
In the HD Remaster, when Mu gets the Strike, it's upgraded into the Perfect Strike basically the Strike with all three Striker Packs attached at oncewhich was never seen in the original run.
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Just not in the final battle though Rather than playing to the strengths of their respective command styles, however, the pair are often sometimes at odds with each other, Natarle considering Murrue too soft to make hard choices and Murrue considering Natarle too uncompromising to see alternative options.
The crew of the Archangel are well aware of this dynamic. There is also the Blue Cosmos': That meeting ends rather amicably: A different approach in this series then the rest. There are three main Char clones, each one representing a different incarnation of the original Char Aznable: Kira and Lacus are presented this way. Notable for being both many in number and poor in timing.
The Buster Gundam is equipped with a beam rifle and a railgun, either of which can be powered up by plugging the other gun into its back - the beam rifle becoming a beam Sniper Rifle and the railgun becoming an anti-armor shotgun. Kira is court martialed after disobeying orders on the Archangel, but let off without punishment because he's technically a civilian. Andy's tiger-striped flightsuit and mecha. Very dark for an Alternate Universe series and you get to watch the atrocities done close up.
There is also notably little to no comic relief within the entire series even when compared to Zeta Gundam and Victory Gundam which had a couple of lighthearted moments and humorous expressions to somewhat offset the dark tone of the series. It is a large contender for the title of darkest AU Gundam series. Before then, the AU Gundam shows were all on the Lighter and Softer scale of things though they all still had some dark themes throughoutto the point of some even having outright happy endings.
Dearka Dead Star Walking: Revolution, who performs the first two OPs, also voices Miguel Aiman who is killed early in the story. Averted with Shiho Hahnenfuss.