The Guren's name should be listed by Japanese name, e.g. Guren Nishiki instead of Guren Type-02, though Kashōshiki makes linking to it a bit annoying. Feel free to revert my edit, posting your opinion here. sploodgeyaay!
Technically, "Nishiki" means Second Type, so including the original word would just feel like adding Japanese for the sake of it, even if it is a Japanese unit. I don't know, it just doesn't seem right.
Vincent Pendragon 20:52, 20 December 2008 (UTC)
The Phantom Glasgow Edit
I think I may have posted this twice, so please delete this if it's superfluous. I'd like to create a page on the Glasgow, but I can't make a red link here as it keeps redirecting me to this page.
Vincent Pendragon 20:54, 20 December 2008 (UTC)
How are tanks obsolete to Knightmares Edit
I have yet to know how tanks are inferior to knightmares
Juubi Karakuchi answersEdit
I wouldn't say that knightmares are superior to tanks. Tanks and knightmares are as different as cars and motorcycles, and perform very different roles. As I see it, the job of knightmares is to fill a niche between infantry and traditional armoured vehicles, essentially by being a fast-moving, agile weapons platform. They can support infantry in places where tanks are not ideal, and can support tanks in places where infantry are not ideal. Knightmares can kill tanks, but generally only at very short ranges (no more than a few hundred metres) and against side or rear armour (i.e., by ambush).
Britannia seems to have a pervasive and possibly cultural fixation with knightmares. This seems to be borne out by the DVD artwork describing Code Geass technology, which includes an anecdote about how a hypersonic jet project was abandoned after some General asked where the knightmare was supposed to go.
In the show as well as by other things can't member specifically said tanks are obsolete it said it in the 1st episode(maybe) though it's a anime I can't see a lightly armored walker taking on a Tank but thanks for tellin meGQ Smoke 04:10, December 4, 2010 (UTC)