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The Edit List Gundam 0083 - ep. 10: Colliding War Zones
by Kyle Pope, Sep 30th 2002
Gundam 0083, Episode 10: Colliding War Zones
1. Gato's "To prove that all the heroes who died here didn't die in vain"
changed to "To prove all the heroes who were lost here are remembered."
2. Admiral's "Oh my god! Is this Stardust?" changed to "It can't be! Is
3. Pasarov's "My god!" changed to "Oh no!"
4. Scene of Colony Corporation ship being destroyed by a Zeon mobile suit
5. Shot of Feddie mobile suit pilot's face as the beam approaches his suit
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