"We all" isn't a phrase to be throwing around casually. And as I've said many times, he DID take out Shia; it's not like her having a secret repair system suddenly invalidates Lucas and the Full Cloth's abilities. To give a similar example: Are the villains from Dragon Ball Z any weaker just because the heroes have access to virtually unlimited wishes that they use to undo all the death and destruction those villains cause?balofo wrote:We all wanted Lucas taking out Shia/Muh wrist and then having a close defeat to Mr. Cardboardbox.
They hyped Lucas a lot more than they did the Full Cloth.latenlazy wrote:If by not bothering to explain everything you also mean not hyping the full cloth, maybe. Or they could have given it more impressive feats to justify the gimp...or just not have transient and try burning blow up a planet. Establishing particle limitations itself isn't the problem. Its when the rules of the universe aren't intuitively consistent and feel like super forced plot devices that this becomes a problem (I don't normally accuse everything of being a plot device but this is one).
And this is kind of what I mean: They introduced a concept and people disliked it. They tried to explain the concept, and people still dislike it. Would it have been better off to just let it be, as with many of the unexplained elements of Gunpla Battle, rather than bothering to try explaining things in the first place?