Always stalking the web for smexy Heero screen caps!
Always stalking the web for smexy Heero screen caps!
Heero’s someone with a pretty obvious case of PTSD. He’s never really acknowledged the matter beyond knowing ‘he’s not quite right’. He doesn’t dwell on it much and prefers to not talk about it. His greatest frustration comes from daily challenges just from dealing with civilian lifestyle when the war is over. If he didn’t work at Preventers, he would be in a much worse position while attempting to deal with his issues.
Heero also suffers from (seemingly) Dissociative amnesia, though whether or not he knows this is unknown. He cannot remember anything before the day he met Odin. The reason for this is because he witnessed his parents death, an extremely traumatic event to him when he was only 4 years old at the time. He cannot recall any conscious memories of his parents or anything involving his childhood prior to their death.
Heero is fairly content and seemingly happiest most when he is being productive at work. He also enjoys the company of his fellow pilots quite substantially over the company of strangers. He spends a lot of time with them, at work and outside of it. Though some of their activities may not be things he’s interested in, he will often still go just because he is happiest around the only people he trusts wholeheartedly.
Oh Rei, I love you.
Alright. I clearly spend far too much time on Tumblr and I’ve already seen a few crossovers with Pacific Rim (It was only a matter of time, right? XD) So, after watching it twice, I finally decided to jump onto the bandwagon! So, here I go! Please forgive me for writing so much!
In Jaeger Hell Altron, American pilot Duo Maxwell and Chinese pilot Chang Wufei have a long standing record as being the best - and one of the most highly Drift compatible - co-pilots in the Hong Kong Shatterdome. They have opposing personalities, but their combination of Duo’s speed and stealth tactics with Wufei’s extensive knowledge of hand-to-hand combat, grants them the third highest Kaiju kill count.
In Jaeger Tallgeese Zero, Danish pilot Milliardo “Zechs” Peacecraft and Japanese pilot Yuy Heero were a formidable - albeit chaotic - pair. Both Milliardo and Heero shared a high proficiency in close quarters combat and maintained high focus during engagements, thus enabling them to maintain temporary above-average Drift compatibility and the highest Kaiju kill count of the Hong Kong Shatterdome. Outside of battle, however, their philosophical differences - as well as their strong senses of pride and one-up-manship - made for a constant source of tension and Drift misalingment. Often, during non-combat deployments, their Drift compatibility experienced violent fluctuations, frequently resulting in Jeager inoperability and requiring in-field extractions.
In Jaeger Rock Arms, British pilot Trowa Barton and Arabian pilot Quatre Raberba Winner were the team to beat. Although their Kaiju kill count paled in comparison to Tallgeese Zero’s, they had the highest Drift compatibility score of any co-pilots in the Hong Kong Shatterdome. Quatre’s endurance and strategic team-combat tactics were nicely complemented by Trowa’s ability to power through and overwhelm Kaiju. Nicknamed “the Rock,” Quatre often served as in-field commander, hanging back to observe and direct combat while Trowa ensured their Jaeger served as the final stop for incoming Kaiju.
In Jaeger Virgo Epyon, Austrian pilot Trieze Khushrenada and French-Spanish pilot Dorothy Catalonia - last operating out of the Vladivostock Shatterdome - were nicknamed “The Royals.” As cousins from aristocratic stock, Dorothy and Treize shared a refined upbringing that imparted them with the same philosophy of noble, chivalrous combat and necessary human sacrifice to give meaning to life. Both well-versed in combat tactics and strategy, they maintained high Drift compatibility and worked well with their fellow Vladivostock Jaegers to defeat Kaiju.
IN RECENT HISTORY…
A most tragic series of events occur before we meet our Jeager pilots in the Hong Kong Shatterdome of 2025.
In the final engagement before the decommissioning of the Vladistock Shatterdome, Virgo Epyon and Cherno Alpha engage a kaiju named “Fiend” on October 31, 2024. While Cherno Alpha goes on to successfully kill Fiend, Virgo Epyon is destroyed in the battle. Pilot Khushrenada realizes that they are out matched and, after an intense battle, decides that the only useful course of action is to use Virgo Epyon in a suicide-style attack to weaken it enough for Cherno Alpha to finish it off. After force ejecting Pilot Catalonia from the Jaeger, Pilot Khushrenada successfully self-destructs Virgo Epyon and provides Cherno Alpha with the necessary advantage to ultimately kill Fiend. Pilot Catalonia physically recovers from the encounter, but remains psychologically scarred from what she considers a “profound and terrible betrayal” from her cousin Trieze.
On November 19, 2024, a kaiju named “Tailspitter” was intercepted by Jaegers Crimson Typhoon, Tallgeese Zero and Rock Arms. In typical attack formation, Jaeger Rock Arms held to the rear while Crimson Typhoon and Tallgeese Zero directly engaged Tailspitter. The battle was intense and prolonged - taking well over one and a half hours to subdue the kaiju - and this proved to be fatal for Tallgeese Zero. After an hour of well-synchronized combat, pilots Peacecraft and Yuy began to experience violent Drift fluctuations as they struggled to come up with a viable strategy. Eventually, their neural link became so weak it caused the Jaeger to stop in mid-attack. Despite diversionary attacks from both Rock Arms and Crimson Typhoon (in an attempt to give the pilots a chance to realign), Tailspitter took out half of the Conn-Pod and killed Pilot Peacecraft. Suffering severe structural and operational system damage, Tallgeese Zero fell into the waters of Ishikari Bay. While Crimson Typhoon finished off Tailspitter, Rock Arms retrieved Tallgeese Zero’s Conn-Pod. Pilot Yuy survived the near drowning, but - combined with a neural overload induced seizure - was comatose for a month following the encounter. Despite the successful defeat of the Kaiju and salvageability of Jaeger Tallgeese Zero, Pilot Winner began to experience considerable self-doubt in his abilities as a strategist and combat pilot.
Eleven days after the Sapporo kaiju attack, kaiju Kojiyama appeared in the Bohai Sea and was intercepted by Jaegers Rock Arms, Hell Altron, Crimson Typhoon and Striker Eureka. This kaiju - whose name translated to “twisted mountain” - was the largest Category III kaiju to attack the Eastern Pacific Rim. In yet another grueling battle, Kojiyama was largely unaffected by their attacks and all four Jaegers took a good deal of abuse. In a last ditch effort, Hell Altron was going to attempt a surprise attack to effectively immobilize the kaiju and allow the other Jaegers to finish it off. This plan was foiled, however, by Pilot Winner of Rock Arms who, latching onto the searing memory of Tallgeese Zero’s recent demise and his intense feelings of guilt, inadvertently launched an attack at Hell Altron, rendering them inoperable for the rest of the fight. Pilot Barton managed to snap Pilot Winner back to reality but, once he comprehended the damage he had dealt to Hell Altron, his feelings of guilt and self-loathing overwhelmed both pilots. In attempt to prevent any further harm to himself or the other Jaegers, Chief Medical Officer - and Acting Marshall - Sally Po ordered LOCCENT Mission Control to disengage the Rock Arms pilots. In the end, the combined efforts of Crimson Typhoon and Striker Eureka defeated Kojiyama. Pilots Maxwell and Chang were hospitalized for two weeks with non-life threatening injuries; Jaeger Hell Altron was salvaged. Rock Arms Pilot Barton was comatose for three days and, upon waking, experienced retrograde amnesia for three weeks. Pilot Winner was placed under medical observation for one week and, after a full psychological examination, was granted his request to leave the battlefield and become the official Marshall of the Hong Kong Shatterdome.
OUR STORY BEGINS…
Marshall Winner’s first act is to order the full refurbishment of Jaegers Rock Arms and Tallgeese Zero. Relieved that Trowa has regained consciousness, and taking Heero’s still comatose state under heavy consideration, Quatre makes the decision to find a replacement pilot so that Hong Kong base can have as many working Jaegers as possible. On December 11, 2024, he directly contacts Pilot Dorothy Catalonia to reassign her as a Hong Kong Jaeger pilot.
She arrives on-base on December 14, 2024; the same day Pilots Maxwell and Chang are given medical clearance. Five days later, Pilot Yuy awakens from his coma. On Christmas Eve, Pilot Barton fully recovers from his retrograde amnesia.
On December 27, 2024, Marshall Winner makes his official introduction to the pilots, crews, and support personnel of the Hong Kong Shatterdome. He emphasizes that many things have changed and that everyone must adapt in order to stay strong in the fight against kaiju. He orders all Jaeger pilots to be ready for “Roulette Sparring” at 10:00 the next morning; the results of which will determine which pilots are active or in reserve. He also announces that Jaeger maintenance crews will also be tested - and grouped by proficiency - the day after. His controlled demeanor and harsh tone send hushed waves of concern through the crowd, especially the Hong Kong pilots.
Pilot Catalonia, being vaguely aware of the incidents preceeding her transfer, is intrigued by Marshall Winner’s attitude and is excited to see what will happen next.
a boy reaching for a gun that’s no longer there
okay but no heero yuy as a terrible reclusive computer geek and anime otaku is the funniest thing in the entire world
relena is his anime waifu
OMG HIS SHIRT this is the best thing
nachte and i started trying to draw the pilots in like a modern moe anime style and this fake screencap is probably the best i can do
Heero opened the garage door in the early daylight, already plans of what to do running through his mind. He stared at the red-colored beast sitting in his garage. It had somehow made it through pre-colony eras and made it. It’s past was just as shrouded in mystery as Heero’s, the former Zero…
Why Heero Yuy is not a Perfect, Silent, Emotionless, Robotic-like Human Incapable of Making Mistakes (AKA Heero Rant)
Part 2 of my on-going discussion about fan-made stereotypes of GW. Put under read more cause they tend to get wordy.
Gundam Wing: Odd & Even Numbers - “Break System”
Oh my god, can I just stop everyone and tell you how much these images break my heart?
So this is from the Odd & Even Numbers short scenes: The first 5 are from the opening and the last 3 are from Heero’s separate mini-scene. All of this takes place immediately after the series (the first images are him actually rejoining the others after blowing up the piece of Libra).
And I just have to say that Heero looks so damn unsure, it’s almost heartbreaking. We have this character who spends majority of the series not worrying about the future, instead living in the immediate present, and then when he wins his ultimate mission and survives through it… it’s obvious he’s thinking ‘what now?’
I think its so unsettling in a way because when we see the end of the series, we’re kind of led to assume that the pilots rejoined the other survivors and had a wonderful evening celebrating.
But we get to these scenes, and in the scene (though my images don’t reflect it), they obviously aren’t. Heero spends the time looking nervous and more quiet than usual, and in one instance is actually struggling to let go of Wing Zero’s controls. When the pilots come in to land back with the others, all of them are quiet, nervous and looking doubtful. When Heero looks around, Wufei is staring at his Gundam, Trowa is helping injured Quatre, and Duo is stretching his muscles. None of them immediately rejoin the others.
It just… really breaks my heart ;_;