Gundam Wing

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Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, known in Japan as New Mobile Report Gundam W1 (also known as 新機動戦記ガンダムW shin kidō senki gandamu uingu in Japanese), is a televised anime series, which ran for forty-nine episodes beginning in 1995. Initially directed by Masashi Ikeda and written by Katsuyuki Sumizawa (Ronin Warriors), the series was loosely based on the original 1979 Gundam series, Mobile Suit Gundam, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate.

Season 1


Shooting Star She Saw [1.1]

Heero Yuy: I'll kill you. [Japanese: Omae o korosu. Toonami Edited Dub: I will destroy you.]

The Glass Kingdom [1.31]

Heero Yuy:You're going to self-destruct? That's not a bad plan either...

The Lonely Battlefield [1.33]

Heero Yuy: Do as you like, it's your country.

Takeoff into Confusion [1.48]

Heero Yuy: Life is cheap. Especially mine.
  • Then I'll give you just one piece of advice... it hurts like hell.
  • If the whole world has gone crazy, then I'll believe in myself and keep on fighting. Quatre... I will kill you.
  • The people who try to kill me, and the people who fight against me, are my enemies.
    • Talking to himself, Episode 26: The Eternal Flame of the Shooting Stars


  • I will...I will... I will survive!
    • Episode 49: The Final Victor
  • I'm not a pacifist.
  • [To Trowa] I said this before. The only way to live a good life is to act on your emotions.
  • Mission Accepted. (JPN: ninmu ryoukai 任務 了解)
    • Said numerous times over the course of the series
  • Mission Complete. (JPN: ninmu kanryou 任務 完了)
    • Said numerous times over the course of the series
  • How many more times must I kill that girl and her dog? Zero will not tell me anything. Tell me, Wufei!

  • Heero's speech to his classmates at his new school in the colonies
    • Episode 18: Tallgeese Destroyed
Earth, the planet in the solar system that miraculously gave birth to life. In the year After Colony 195, with the development of the colonies people now live in new surroundings, thanks to plentiful natural resources and cultivated technological abilities. However, this new world is nothing but an imitation of humankind's motherland the Earth. But why were the colonies made in the first place? I hear the main purpose was technological development to improve the lives of human kind on Earth. Did human kind start asking too much from this imitation world? The self-sustained way of life is more stable than life on Earth especially since it lacks the risk of natural disasters.
It appeared that this unlimited growth was guaranteeing the eternal existence of human kind. Perhaps there was an age where people dreamed of the possibilities in the outer space, where they could start from scratch. However, it's unthinkable that the colonies or that humankind will ever forget the Earth.
What did technological development in the colonies bring to the Earth? The kind of technology the Earth wants most: military power. Destruction is part of human nature that can never be gotten rid of, and now the colonies are developing a militaristic disposition. The colonies cannot forget the Earth.
The Earth has great beauty. The animals known as humans have acquired such strength that they even think about controlling this planet for themselves. From the point of view of a planet's life, the life of a living thing lasts no more than an instant. But in the end, it is only themselves that humans can think of. Nothing changes. The time spent by humans in outer space has been a complete waste. The ideal is just a dream.
This false pacifism. This false living space. Outer space is nothing but a breeding ground for even more battles in the future. Wars throughout history have claimed many lives. Although human kind has never been able to forget the sorrow that has been caused by the wars, they have not stopped fighting. The blood and tears they shed in battle are merely ceremonial. One can't speak of history without referring to the wars in each era as important events. I'm sure the pale pep talks of fighting for peace have been repeated numerous times in the past. The colonies say they need armaments to maintain peace. It's no different from on Earth. The colonies think they have joined the big boys. I guess they believe that the bloodshed would lead to higher morale [to further unite the colonies.]
So why do people fight anyway? Perhaps the meaning of human existence lies within their will to fight. People feel a sense of accomplishment through battle. And it's also a fact that the ones who are actually fighting are never perceived as being tainted.
  • Space calls out to humans. And the earth tries to pull us back down, saying that what we are doing is wrong...
    • Episode 19: Assault on Barge
  • Zechs Merquise is dead.
    • Episode 19: Assault on Barge
  • That's my limit...don't fall, Luxembourg.
    • After defeating as many mobile dolls as he could, Zechs watched the remaining mobile dolls enter the Earth's atmosphere to prepare the assualt on Trieze's castle in Luxembourg. Episode 33: The Lonely Battlefield
  • Farewell, Tallgeese.
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • These pilots never perceive anything as being inevitable or predestined. That's what makes them professionals in combat. Like me, Zechs Merquise.
    • Episode 48: Takeoff into Confusion
  • Certain conditions must be met for total peace. First, all weapons must be eliminated. And second... the desire to fight must be erased from people's minds!
    • Episode 49: The Final Victor
  • My destiny is smeared with blood, and I won't be talked out of this transgression! I'm gonna settle this, Heero!
    • Episode 49: The Final Victor
  • Just watch me, I am going to live...right till the bitter end! I will live the hard life of a warrior!
    • To Heero, before stabbing beam saber into Libra's reactor, Episode 49: The Final Victor
  • That name... please don't.
    • In response to Treize calling him "Miliardo Peacecraft"
  • Valuable combat resources? Are you talking about our soldiers, or about mobile suits?
    • Episode 1: Shooting Star She Saw
  • Humans need a higher system than God.
    • Episode 14: The Order to Destroy 01
  • I welcome you with my heart, dear messenger of peace.
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • Heero, I won't permit you to die until you have killed me.
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • Then let me ask you: who is your enemy?
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • In that case, your battles will never end...since your enemy is destiny itself.
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • There is nothing more beautiful than a warrior with no distractions. One could say he is the closest thing to God.
    • Episode 34: And Its Name is Epyon
  • Consider this a gesture of civility towards Miliardo Peacecraft. Remember this for the future; a war with no civility only gives rise to massacre.
    • To a World Nation soldier. Episode 46: Miliardo's Decision
  • Miliardo, as you are aware the Earth is behind us. We will not retreat because I love the Earth.
    • To Miliardo Peacecraft (Zechs Merquise) Episode 46: Miliardo's Decision
  • When wars are dehumanized both victory and defeat become miserable, and God no longer lends a helping hand.
    • Episode 48: Takeoff into Confusion
  • I would never kill the one person who understood me.
    • This is said several times throughout the series, lastly to Wufei.
  • I'll go where ever my mind takes me.
  • With a fancy gun that has long forgotten the meaning of battle, I would feel no emotion, even if I were to shoot an enemy right through the heart.
  • From a historical point of view, warriors who have lost what they were protecting, and further betrayed by those they were protecting, are losers.
  • Winners of a battle will eventually decline in power and become losers, and those losers will cultivate a new leader.
  • Anyone who sees me, has got a date with his maker.
    • Episode 2: The Gundam Deathscythe
  • I'm Duo, Duo Maxwell. I might run and hide... but I never tell a lie.
    • Episode 11: The Whereabouts of Happiness
  • Anyone stupid enough to get near me is gonna die!
    • Episode 19: Assault on Barge
  • And then I'll become the god of death once more - but right now, I need some sleep.
    • Episode 23: Duo, the God of Death Once Again
  • The God of Death is back from hell!
    • Episode 32: The God of Death Meets Zero
  • I don't mind being the God of Death forever.
    • Episode 39: Trowa's Return to the Battlefield
  • The God of Death? Sounds better than the hero of a massacre.
  • Oh man, Quatre loves to blame himself for everything if you let him. Sooner or later, he'll start saying that it's because of his lack of effort that there's no air in space.
  • "Let's only take the weapons, and war itself, along with us to hell!"
  • Stop making me repeat myself. It's bad for my health!
  • Now that you've seen me, I can't let you live. My orders were only to destroy the spaceport...but now I will destroy everything! This is battle 001. Pilot's name: Trowa. For the record.
    • Episode 1: Shooting Star She Saw
  • This is going to be the final battle of my life.
    • Episode 12: Bewildered Soldiers
  • I guess I'll start my self-destruct show.
    • Episode 13: Catherine's Tears
  • Move away, Catherine. I have to kill myself.
    • Episode 13: Catherine's Tears
  • If you were me, and a girl cried for you, you would still kill yourself. I admire your strength.
    • To Heero, Episode 13: Catherine's Tears
  • What he does is always perfect.
    • Regarding Heero, Episode 14: The Order to Destroy 01
  • Those who lay eyes on a Gundam shall not live to tell about it. Those are the orders I was given.
    • Episode 15: To the Battleground, Antarctica
  • That's sad, a woman who can't cry.
    • Episode 48: Takeoff into Confusion
  • It hurts-- my body, and my heart.
    • Episode 10: Heero, Distracted by Defeat
  • Thank you, my Sandrock!
    • Episode 17: Betrayed by Home, Far Away
  • That's funny, I'm crying. And I'm not sad at all.
    • Episode 24: The Gundam They Called Zero
  • What the colonies need...IS A WAR!!
    • Episode 24: The Gundam They Called Zero
  • Trowa, I'm going to use this Gundam to destroy the whole crazy universe!
    • Episode 24: The Gundam They Called Zero
  • Heero chose to go to the battlefield where he has the least chance of survival.
    • Episode 33: The Lonely Battlefield
  • An apology isn't enough, but, I'm really sorry.
    • Episode 38: Birth of Queen Relena
  • Now I get it...It is Heero who is the Heart of Outer Space!
    • Episode 49: The Final Victor
  • I don't kill bleeding hearts or women.
    • Episode 4: The Victoria Nightmare
  • I lost, to someone stronger than me.
    • Episode 12: Bewildered Soldiers
  • Those who are right have to be strong!
    • Episode 17: Betrayed by Home, Far Away
  • Nataku, tell me what to do, lead me down the correct path.
    • Episode 35: The Return of WuFei
  • Weaklings shouldn't fight!
    • Episode 38: Birth of Queen Relena
  • That's just the kind of thing a woman would think of. But I follow my own path!
    • Episode 38: Birth of Queen Relena
  • I will change this insane world. Watch me.
  • I need to determine for myself whether or not peace at the expense of lives can really be defined as peace... and I will become evil itself to find out!
  • Humanity did not change! Although all enemies were defeated, Earth did not change one bit!


  • It's a Gundam!(JPN: Gandamu desu!)
    • Catchphrase of the Franchise in general.
  • Never forget how beautiful the earth looks from afar.
    • Vice Foreign Minister Darlian, Episode 5: Relena's Secret
  • All wars lead directly to peace. Wars are started by humans and end with humans so we chose to target only the dangerous.
    • Doctor J, Relena's Secret
  • Surrender? I think you've misunderstood something. This is no surrender. This is an execution!
    • Alex, Episode 13: Catherine's Tears
  • People who want to die, hurry up and die. You're wasting air.
    • Professor G., Episode 24: The Gundam They Called Zero
  • No one likes an obstinate old man!
    • Doctor J., Episode 24: The Gundam They Called Zero
  • Disobedient son!
    • Mr. Winner, Episode 21: Grief Stricken Quatre
  • I'm running away. I will not fight.
    • Mr. Winner, Episode 21: Grief Stricken Quatre
  • After Colony 197, peace has returned to the people. And from this point on in history, weapons called mobile suits, including the Gundams, were never seen again.
  • History is just like an endless waltz: the first three beats of War, Peace and Revolution continue on forever. However, history will change upon the day of my coronation. The instant this year comes to an end, I will be on top of the Earth Sphere and the dawn of a new age will arrive. I will rule the world.