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All of the Gundam pilots' names have a number theme: Heero Yuy ("Hee" being Japanese kanji for one); Duo Maxwell ("Duo" meaning two); Trowa Barton ("Trowa" based on the French word for three); Quatre Raberba Winner ("Quatre" is the French word for four); Wufei Chang ("Wu" is Chinese for five). Also, most of the other characters also have this number theme, ie. Milliard Peacecraft ("Milliard" is French for billion); Lady Une ("Une" is French for one); Treize Khushrenada ("Treize" is French for thirteen) and many more. See more »
In the flashback sequences throughout Endless Waltz, the flashbacks imply that the "custom" style Gundams featured here are the ones the pilots have had all along - obviously incorrect and inconsistent with the series. See more »
Gundam Wing, an alternate universe shootoff of the classic Gundam series, was very good and didn't treat its characters, or its viewers as idiots. Endless Waltz is a grand finale to the series because it ties up most everything neatly. I encourage anyone reading this to go watch Gundam Wing while it's still playing on Cartoon Network, and if they can get their hands on it, watch Endless Waltz afterwards. Hopefully, Endless Waltz will eventually be distributed here as well.
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