Mobile Suit Gundam 00

TV Show • 2007 • Animation  

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The year is 2307 A.D. Although fossil fuels have been depleted, humanity has obtained a new source of energy to replace them, in the form of a large-scale solar power generation system based on three huge orbital elevators. However, the benefits of this system are available only to a handful of major powers and their allies. In this world of never-ending conflict, a private armed organization appears, dedicated to the elimination of war through armed force. Its name is Celestial Being, and it is in possession of "Gundam" mobile suits.
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Does the dog die?
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Are animals abused?
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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Does a pet die?
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Were animals harmed in the making?
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Is there a dead animal?
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is a minor sexualized?
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Abuse
Is a child abused?
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There are child soldiers and medical experimentation on children.
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A character is kissed against his will.
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Bodily Harm
Is there amputation?
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A character has an arm amputated off-screen.
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Children
Does a kid die?
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One of the first shots in the show has a broken doll. This shot is flashed back to multiple times and features in the show's first opening.
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Mental Health
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Multiple (mostly because this is a show about war, so most characters engage in violence). Most notable instance is the evil alter trope, as explained under D.I.D. misrepresentation.
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A main character (Allelujah) has a violent and murderous "alternate personality". His motivation is ultimately to protect himself/Allelujah and is more complex than "murder is fun", but that idea is still the basis of the character. (There is another character with a "second personality" who is portrayed more realistically and more respectfully, but the portrayal still isn't entirely accurate to the reality of DID.)
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It isn't joked about, but a male-presenting character crossdresses as a disguise in order to infiltrate a party.
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Ableist writing; evil alter trope.
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