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It also gathers data that the cameras and antennas cannot. During combat, it instantly calculates the precise position, movement, and weak points of an opponent. Self-Destruct System Wing Zero was built to self-destruct should the pilot choose to.
A remote detonator is placed within the cockpit and if a dire situation arrives, the pilot can destroy the mobile suit. The system was designed to overload its power systems and has enough explosive power to destroy several city blocks.
It's a last option tactic if the pilot is incapable of protecting the mobile suit, while not allowing it to fall into enemy hands. It also can be used as one large explosive device to eradicate large targets.
The ZERO System connects directly with the mind of the pilot, flooding him with combat data and possible outcomes.
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This overload of data could allow the pilot to achieve total victory, but places great mental and emotional stress on the pilot. Victims may even suffer mental breakdown or death. Furthermore, Wing Zero's cockpit features various special features and systems to further compliment the ZERO System, such as special displays and controlling systems, including a 3 dimensional radar display.
History Background When the Tallgeese prototype the first mobile suit of the After Colony timeline was completed, the five scientists who had supervised its design and construction rebelled and went into hiding. They collaborated to produce a new mobile suit, one which could outperform the Tallgeese, and which would be constructed from Gundanium Alloy.
This "Gundam," the Wing Zero, was developed to the blueprint stage but never constructed, as it was considered too powerful for any pilot. Each scientist took a copy of the plans and used it to develop their own Gundams: Gundam Wing The existence of Wing Zero is first revealed in episode 21, when Quatre Winner discovers a copy of the blueprints and begins work on the Gundam to replace his then-destroyed Gundam Sandrock. In the same episode, Quatre's father is killed by OZ.
The completed Wing Zero first appears in episode 24, with Quatre at the controls, driven mentally unstable from the combination of his father's death and exposure to the ZERO System. The pair are able to return Quatre to normalcy, although Trowa nearly loses his life in the process, and Heero and Quatre are captured.
Trant retains Wing Zero, testing it again with Duo Maxwell at the controls in episode Trant's body was never shown to be recovered after his death, however, when OZ plans to destroy the Gundam in episode 34, his body is never shown or hinted to have been removed from the cockpit, though the suit is empty when Zechs Merquise sacrifices his Tallgeese in order to claim Wing Zero for himself This may be a reference to the EXAM System from the Universal Centurywhich saw the test subject for that system be absorbed by the machine.
However, there is nothing to substantiate this theory. Presumably, OZ removed his body for the sake of Trant's family, and this would be why there is no corpse in the suit when they attempt to destroy the suit. Zechs confronts Chang Wufei in episode 35; he at first attempts to become the Gundam pilot's ally, but the effects of the ZERO System forces him into conflict.
He then uses Wing Zero to return to Earth in an attempt to prevent the dissolution of the Sanc Kingdom in episode 37, and fights Heero, who is piloting the Gundam Epyon. After their duel ends in a draw, they exchange Gundams before parting ways, leaving Heero with Wing Zero becoming a perfect match for Heero due to it being essentially an upgraded Wing Gundam. Heero and Wing Zero return to space in episode 41, and over the next two episodes Wufei and Trowa both pilot Wing Zero; allowing them to work through their personal problems Wufei discovers his true enemy and joins the Gundam team, while Trowa regains his memories that he had lost after his near-death experience.
During the final episodes of the series, Heero is shown at least twice speaking to Wing Zero as though it were alive and holding a conversation with him. The first is shown episode 43 when Heero is preparing for the final battle against the White Fangpreparing a copy of the ZERO System for installation into Quatre's rebuilt Sandrock, and again in episode 49, as he asks the suit to help him and the suit responds to the plea almost immediately.
Heero uses the Gundam in another duel against Epyon, defeating Zechs, before using Wing Zero's twin buster rifle to intercept and destroy the wreckage of the battleship Libra superweapon before it can impact with Earth.
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Endless Waltz Following the events of the series, four of the Gundams, including Wing Zero, are collected and sent towards the sun for disposal. When the Barton Foundation, led by Mariemaia Khushrenadabegins to perform the original Operation MeteorQuatre sets out to retrieve the four Gundams, sending Wing Zero to rendezvous in space with Heero, following his efforts to prevent the de-orbiting of Colony L3 X After retrieving Wing Zero, Heero flies to Earth to save the kidnapped Relena Darlianbut is intercepted by Wufei in the Altron Gundam who is on the side of the Mariemaia Armyand the two Gundams duel each other above Earth's orbit.
During the battle, Heero doesn't fight to his fullest extent due to him believing the duel to be pointless and Wing Zero receives heavy damage from both Altron and the re-entry into Earth's atmosphere.
The two avoided detection from OZ until the organization began freeing the colonies from the Alliance's control prompting all the Gundam pilots to return to space. Heero was able to break into his cell with the intent to kill Duo but helped him escape to another colony instead. Soon after that, Duo watched in horror as Deathscythe was destroyed in a military exercise by Trowa who was posing as a colony volunteer soldier for OZ.
Duo then attempted to destroy the Lunar Base after hearing of the volunteer work there but was captured by volunteer Hilde Schbeiker.(MAD) Gundam Wing Endless Waltz Ending Theme.
He quickly broke loose not before talking Hilde into re-thinking her decision to join OZ during an interrogation and made it to the Lunar Base where he was captured again after witnessing his and Wufei's Gundams being rebuilt. He remained imprisoned and almost died from a lack of oxygen when the Romefeller Foundation 's chief engineer Tubarov shut off the air to the cells.
Lady Une released him, Wufei and the Gundam engineers in time and Duo escaped, taking the incomplete Deathscythe Hell with him. Later, Duo encountered an amnesiac Trowa while visiting the circus with Hilde Trowa was believed dead after a Quatre went on a rampage with Wing Zero while Duo was imprisoned and informed Quatre of this soon afterward. After the colony rebel group White Fang approached him to join them and he turned them down, Duo left the colony, not wanting the colony or Hilde to get involved.
Eventually, he saved Trowa, Quatre, and Lucrezia Noin from an OZ attack and the group met up with Duo's Sweeper friend Howard, who was now in space and commanding the spaceship Peacemillion. Denouncing the prototypes as dolls, Duo swiftly destroyed them both.
In the final battle between the Earth Sphere Unified Nation and White Fang, Duo found the five Gundam Scientists within Libra and flew them to Peacemillion which had rammed into Libra and was hurtling toward Earth so they could ignite its engines and send it away from Earth-an act that cost the scientists their lives, but killed White Fang leader Quinze as well. Duo, alongside his Gundam comrades and the Maganac Corpsfinally helped destroy a final block of Libra before it entered Earth's atmosphere, bringing an end to the Eve Wars.
Endless Waltz After working with Quatre to send four of the Gundams into the Sun, Duo accompanied Heero in his attempt to rescue Relena after she was captured by Mariemaia Khushrenada the illegitimate daughter of Treize.
During their entrance to the colony, he captured a Leo and fought Trowa who had infiltrated the Mariemaia Army in a Serpent briefly before escaping.
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Duo eventually helped Heero and Trowa prevent Colony X from being dropped onto Earth and was captured to allow Heero to escape. He was able to quickly break out of a brig, met Sally Po and Trowa on a shuttle, and rendezvoused with Quatre who had returned with the Gundams in space.
He then descended to Earth with Trowa and Quatre and fought alongside Zechs and Noin in Brussels, disabling numerous Serpent suits of the Mariemaia Army without killing any pilots. After Dekim Barton shot Mariemaia and was shot and killed by a Treize loyalist, the conflict ended and Duo, along with Quatre and Trowa, self-detonated Deathscythe Hell and their suits.
Duo was last seen eating lunch with Hilde on one of the colonies. Getting into a terrible motorbike accident in MC, most of his limbs are fractured, however he is aided by Trowa Barton.
Once out of the hospital, saddled with debts, he meets Hilde again, who has become a librarian in the Lanigreen Republic. After moving in with her, he begins to work to earn money to fix his motorbike, and proposes to Hilde.
The two are married in MC, and he cuts his braid off. However, he soon leaves again, taking off into the Martian wilderness.
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When he returns in MC, Hilde has become a nun at a local church orphanage. He accepts the divorce, but not before promising to help pay off her debts. When he returns again in MC NEXT SUMMER, he discovers a child whom is also named Duo Maxwell and closely resembles him living at the orphanage, although it is not clear if the child is his biological son or not- he denies it aloud, but inwardly muses that the child would have been born in the time of his absence after marrying Hilde.
During this time, he remains a close contact and ally of the Preventers.
He seems to have been training his son to take part in the upcoming Operation Mythosand he and Duo are present for the reawakening of Heero Yuy from cold sleep, him being the first one to greet Heero upon his awakening.