>these are actual mobile suit names
>GAZuOOT is an actual mobile suit name
>only the first and last letters are capitalized
Does that mean the "oohn" was just added in there because somebody thought it sounded cooler than GN? Or does the G word also have all those lettera in it somehow?
How do they even mistake it?
Yeah, but they're also the ones coming up with these long-ass wacky names in all caps representative of acronyms.
Back then I recall bringing up the suggestion that they were named after their in-universe designers, like how some periodic elements are named after the people who first documented them, to a friend. That idea was quickly destroyed on account of who the fuck has a name like even remotely sounds like "GAZuOOT".
Even Tominames have a flow of plausibility to it.
The original idea was a letter-for-letter reproduction, but it doesn't explain why certain letters get the caps treatment.
"Peter Zuoot"? So the GA stands for "Greater Armed" or something?
The same guys whose descendants named a two-part MS the Bawoo and called the leg flyer Bawoo Nutter, and another mass-production transformable MS after a strip of land on the hip end of the Middle Eastern region.
I refuse to believe that it wasn't intentional. The front is understandably called Bawoo Attacker, the back part could be Bawoo Striker, Bawoo Lander, Bawoo Strider, Bawoo Runner, Bawoo Lander, etc., but Nutter?
At least Capule is a guessable corruption of "Capsule" (at least, I hope it is). If there's the Hamma Hamma, then was there a original Hamma and what was it? Was Geymalk the name of the Geymalk's chief engineer? What's a R-Jarja?
Granted, they have their charm, but still.
>Why is there a dragon here?
You wanna talk shit about Doggore/Doggorla/Dodgore?