Wait, so this thing's name in English is pretty much "Number Shooting Star?"
One thing i liked is that all the characters cringed when he said that
Will he manage to kill at least some kids?
Yeah dude "number" is definitely the most relevant interpretation of that kanji, good job google translate-san.
It's like an indicator of title. 6-go would be 6th or the one that is 6, so Ryuseigo is just like "the (one) that is shooting star" with what one is depending on context.
It's a bit like naming it "The Shooting Star" instead of "Shooting Star", I guess, in this case it just makes the whole thing more dramatic and cheesy.
Speaking of which have the Fire Dragon.
Maybe it's my monitor but can someone confirm if the color is red or pink on the HG?
>Crank-san's austere Graze painted in such a vulgar color.
It. Was. Beautiful.
Well, good; however, not too good. Ein is in the Schwalbe, Gaelio launches Kimaris, Akihiro is in the Rebake, and Shino's Ryusei-Go launches..... however, it seems that this is the first real sortie for all of them. There's a right mix of "look at how cool this is" and "I'm still a bit sloppy".
That was an early pic. The actual HG is pinker, though not as much as in the show.
We'll never see Graze Kai with the booster in action.
Yeah, I looked at the Ryusei-Go on Gundam Planet. Definitely pink.
The official translation of 流星号 is "Ryusei-Go." Remember this is Chinese bro.
I'm confused as to why they released this thing with the function of being able to combine with the Barbatos and Graze when the show is clearly never going to use it as anything more than transportation for the Barbatos.