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These are shows filled with giant mobile suits! A number of integral mobile suits have been put through the wringer in various series, with Gundam Wing showing no fear in the area of killing its mecha-darlings.
Granted, Trowa might not be charging into battle with the same veracity as Heero or Duo, but he certainly goes through his share of battles. Having tons of gatling guns come in handy. The most frustrating thing here is that Gundam Wing: Frozen Teardrop has original writer, Katsuyuki Sumisawa, in place and yet this project is still full of so many confusing decisions.
Set in the new Mars Century era, Frozen Teardrop is mostly concerned with the idea of whether people can really stop fighting, with peace once more being in jeopardy. Oh, and lots and lots of fan service. Basically everyone shacks up and has babies in this thing.
However, due to the awkward circumstances involving this director change, the credits of Gundam Wing don't reflect this swap, continuing to credit Ikeda. He seems to have no emotional problem targeting the civilian shuttle at the beginning when he tried to get onto the earth. Relena discovers he is a soldier and is fascinated- she believes he is part of the Earth Forces, some sort of special agent on a secret mission.
The proof for this is in the third episode where she demands to know why Sally Po has Heero tied down. Relena is a naturally inquisitive and stubborn girl, and she spends all of the first three episodes trying to find out who and what Heero is. When placed in school together, Heero is not in any position to kill any civilians who know too much about him.
It would be too obvious. Relena asks him to go to her birthday party, and he declines. When asked why, he tells her it is because he will kill her. Perhaps this is reference to Heero not being so cool about killing innocent people- he is trying to warn this young lady that is she gets too involved with this, then she will be killed.
Relena follows Heero to the naval base- she has to know for sure. Like Heero, she rides on her emotions, and her curiosity and fascination about what he is trying to do gets the better of her. She knows Heero is killing people, but she believes it must be for a reason. Her beliefs tell her that he cannot just be a cold hearted killer. Heero decides he gave her fair warning, and tries to shoot her. He fails at the last instant, when Duo shoots him in the arm.
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He only fails by chance though, his intention IS her destruction. Relena, still believing Heero to be a special agent and, being a pacifist, concerned not only at his injuries but also perhaps anxious she has endangered his secret mission, immediately yells at Duo for hurting him, and tries to bandage his wounds. Heero cannot understand why she is helping him.
He begins to feel obligated to her- she helped him, and she is getting far too involved in something which will almost certainly cause her death. Duo is also fascinated with Heero, but in a far more physical way. He is fascinated with him, and admires him. He comments on how incredibly Heero is. That is why he goes to hospital to try and break him out- he put him there, and he wants to know more. Relena goes there too to get her questions answered as well. Duo breaks Heero out, and the two leave via the window.
Heero does not know what to make of Duo- this is the second person who has surprised him by the lengths they are going to in order to help him, but Duo has gone even further than Relena.
Heero decides too many people know him- his mission was secret, and in the first episode he covered up his face so he would not be seen. Too many people know him now- so he does not open his parachute, he has the intention of killing himself.
Relena screams at him not to kill himself. Heero, who rides his emotions, hear's her, remembers how she helped him, and the fact that she is now far too involved in this to be left on her own. She reminds him of his obligation to repay her he also repays Duo for kindness later in the series and he opens his parachute, which he instantly regrets.
The curse of riding your emotions.
He returns to Duo's hideout, and whilst will not thank Duo for helping him Heero seems to have a hard time understanding why anybody, Duo or Relena, would want to help him the GW themetune is played in the background. The themetune's lyrics talk about love, until the middle section modulation, where they talk about understanding each other, before returning to love at the end modulation.
When Quatre and Trowa meet each other, the lyrics are on the 'love' section, and when Duo dredges up their mobile suits, they are on the 'understanding' section, before returning to 'love' when Duo talks to Heero. The lyrics are patently obvious in Japanese although not obvious to non Japanese speakersand would not be put there without some reason for doing so. Why choose a themetune of love whenever the pilots are together, but understanding when Relena appears reference to the main title sequence.
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Conclusions for episodes Heero and Duo are meant to have a relationship. The relationship is yet to be determined. At present, on Duo's part, it is one of admiration for Heero. Heero seems confused, and so ignores Duo. Heero and Relena are meant to have a relationship. For Relena's part, Relena has many questions which she wants answered. Heero, again, seems confused. Trowa and Quatre develop an instant understanding when stepping out of their Gundams to 'surrender'.
Episode 4 Wufei reveals a deep seated belief that women are weak humans- almost to the level of contempt. Coupled with his secret childhood marriage to a selected child, we can assume he thinks very little of women in general, and respects only men.
Heero puts his confusion to one side regarding Duo- determining that he must fix his mobile suit in order to carry out his missions. Duo may have spent all his time trying to befriend him, and Heero does not know why- but this is more important. His missions are of vital importance, and must be continued no matter what. Duo's attempts at getting to know Heero while he is working are pointless, although Heero does, gently, try to make him see that he must fix his Gundam and wants nobody else touching it.
He has not explained anything to anybody since. He also allows Duo to overhear his mission, and to make comment on it.
Duo has obviously proved himself either non-threatening, or some sort of friend or ally. As Duo's mobile suit is just as powerful as his own, we cannot believe Duo is non-theatening, so the former must be the case. Duo stays up late watching Heero work, presumably continuing to try and talk to him.
We are not told what the conversation entails, but we can assume Heero will have given Duo some answers.
Fly my Monkey Heero! FLY!
It is obvious some kind of conversation happens- Duo goes to sleep far later than any of his workers, and would not stay up that late unless he had got something out of it.
Duo eventually stops, due to fatique, and realising Heero is not going to quite work anytime soon and be normal friends.
Being close seems to be what Duo wants, as he cannot believe after all his help Heero is still so distant from him. Heero steals the parts to Duo's Gundam in order to fix his own. Heero is a soldier, and forced to complete his missions no matter what- although he does seem over the course of the series to develop an inability to kill civilians, even when the missions require it.
Before Duo realises what's happened, he continues praising Heero in the most awed of ways. When he finds out, though, he does, however, not even know Heero is on the same side as him, yet refers to him as a traitor.
Considering Heero did not take up any help from Duo fixing his Gundam, we can only assume it is a betrayal of trust, or perhaps of some deeper feelings which the two formed during their talk. Duo is far more understanding and sympathising to Heero and how he feels and the missions he carries out than Relena, who is far more concerned with what Heero is doing and why he is doing it.
Duo wants to know Heero better, and is most angry at having his trust betrayed. Duo obviously has some ideas as to the relationship he and Heero should have, as he constantly works at Heero to try and make him agree to it. Heero, however, behaves as he does to all those around him- he is cold and distant, the mission comes before small talk. Episode 5 Relenas thoughts turn clearly to the colonies and their alleged plots.
She presumably suspects something about Heero. Her tone is almost spiteful, tasking him to carry out his threat to kill her- almost trying to spite him. She does, however, when she learns that OZ killed her father, begin to understand what it is that Heero is fighting against- and that he routinely risks death to do it reference to his threat to kill her, and the shootout with Duo.
She asks to see him- he is the only one who can help her get revenge on OZ. J tells her that Heero is actually a good hearted young boy, and Relena says that she already knew that.
This is unlikely- it is more likely that Relena will refuse to believe the worst in someone so young- that he must have had good reason to do what he does- that is to say, that she believes in him. She believes in him enough to be able to help her get revenge on OZ. J also describes Heero light heartedly as a 'rascal', it could be that Heero is in fact more of a deviant than we know of.
Perhaps Heero does not always treat his missions including the destruction of civilians as seriously as he is told to. He also advises Relena that he is dedicated to his mission, despite being of good heart, and so that for her own safety, she is in too deep and she should keep away. J recognises the determination and genuineness of Relena, he compares it to the same qualities in Heero the two are symbols of Earth and Space respectively, and part of the plot of the story is that the two are more similar than either would admit, and both need to work together to solve the big problemsbut also advises her to keep away from Heero- perhaps he knows something that she doesn't about his relations, that he does not form relations with girls, or he will do whatever it takes to carry out the mission.
We do not know and cannot speculate. Perhaps the rest of the episodes will throw some light on the problem. Duo manages to get his mobile suit rebuilt, and meets Heero fighting at an airbase. Duo has not forgiven Heero, and believes Heero is not interested in getting to know each other- that they are going to have to fight.
However, Heero saves Duo from an oncoming mobile suit. He has no reason, save for the fact that Duo dredged up his mobile suit, something which Heero would have found a way to do anyway. Perhaps it was to say sorry for dismantling his mobile suit- that they were now even. He protects Relena because it is not in his nature to kill, and because later in the story it becomes clear precisely how important Relena is- and also because Relena helped him when he was shot: He has no such obligations to Duo, but clearly bonding of some sort must have happened- otherwise why would he be reacting to him in this way, which is completely different to the way he treats everyone else?
Quatre wakes up in his room and finds Trowa leaving out of the front porch. It is implied from Quatre's longing to see him again that they spent a great deal of time together- and as Quatre seems to have woken up, and discovered Trowa missing, then looked out of the window and saw him heading away, it would not be too much of a leap of imagination to think that they may have spent the night together.
He either knew he was missing, then saw him out of the window in which case they spent the night together or he happened to look out of the window and saw him leaving.
Heero feels he owes Duo a price for double-crossing him, and now considers them both even. He obviously values Duo enough to want to pay him back for his problems, as he has no other reason to even consider worrying about him. Relena finds herself in incredibly deep trouble- perhaps she should have listened to Heero's warnings. She begins to form a mental image of Heero as some sort of saviour to her problems. A replacement for her father.
Duo is amazed that Heero helped him, and more than a little surprised. He vowes to 'get' Heero, but he obviously cares about Heero considering the lengths he went to in order to try and befried him too much to make this a genuine threat.
Quatre and Trowa spend the night together- possibly in the same room, but although strongly implied it is not conclusive. Episode 6 Relena finally manages to catch up with Heero. He is busy deleting the school's record on him, in preparation for his leaving. He had already seen the party which was being organised, but, with something of a sigh, knows that he cannot be free to go enjoy himself, and forget about war for a moment.
Relena bursts in, and tells Heero she knows he is leaving to fight. Heero's instant reaction is to kill her, but he is stunned when she tells him how much she knows- including all about Dr. She also says killing her would make a great deal of commotion. She is right, and Heero knows it- his only choice is to indulge her in her dance, and once finished, will dispose of her- he admits it when she asks if he's still going to kill her, and he says in all honesty 'yes.
Heero obviously would have been aware of the assassination, and when Relena tells him she is fighting with him, and is not trying to undermine him, he appears to be taken aback but also releaved and confused- he no longer has to kill her, but exactly what is she going to do?
How is she going to fit into the war? Trowa's deapseated fears and torments Episode 0 mangas are seen by Catherine Bloom in the circus, when she realises his eyes beg for death from her. Duo stares laying at the moon, thinking wistfully about Heero. When asked, he says he is just thinking is Heero even appreciates the moon, but from an inner thought we learn he is in fact wondering what Heero is doing.
He is spending his evening thinking about Heero. OZ attack the party, and Heero, as a reflex of his kind heart, reaches out to save Relena- who has done so much and has such trust in him.
This is directly against, however, what would be good for him in the long term. He cannot understand why he cannot bring himself to kill her- he knows it would be best, but he cannot kill an innocent girl, in cold blood, who has such faith and trust in him- and, it seems, needs him.
Instead, he does the only thing he can do, and flies away. Relena asks him not to go- she knows too much about him, and she considers herself to be a friend, as well as desperately wanting to join forces to stop OZ. Are her motives selfish, wishing to avenge her father? Or are they about friendship for Heero? Considering the cold shoulder she has got from Heero at all times up until now, it is probably mostly the latter- she needs Heero. Heero on the other hand is facing a crisis which he will learn to accept see later episode, in which he cannot bring himself to kill Duo he just cannot justify killing someone who has made 'contact' with him- the only person whom he could possibly consider a friend, even if they did force that position onto him.
Heero has feelings of compassion for Relena, due to the faith and trust she has in him, and as such will automatically try and save her if a reflex is required. However, his good natured feelings are overshadowed by his own mind, in which Relena is a threat.
She considers herself the only friend he has, and Heero recognises that she is indeed trying to reach him, as we have established for her own means and curiosity.
He cannot hurt someone who thinks of him in such a way. We see this also in a later episode when he cannot bring himself to kill Duo.
Duo continues to think and dream about Heero.