>>>Obviously it would take some doing...
>>This is not necessarily the case...
>Ah. I stand corrected. In my defense, I've only seen about the first
>eight episodes of season 1, so I've yet to knowingly see an aetherjet
Well, the remarks about skin contact and whatnot apply to any Miyafuji Engine-equipped Striker; you will note, for instance, that several members of the 501st routinely wear tights (in Eila's case, they're practically trousers).
>>"They don't make them in my size and nobody wants to see that anyway." :)
>Hence the backpack config, though I'm sure some of the 501st wouldn't
>mind seeing him try things the normal way.
Instant image: Shirley, Mio, and (perhaps surprisingly) Sanya, all obviously blotto, clinking their beverage-of-choice bottles together and exhorting him to take it all off, while an incandescently blushing Lynne watches through her fingers and a red-faced Eila tries unsuccessfully to drag Sanya away by her free arm.
NOTE: THIS NEVER HAPPENED
>EDIT: It now occurs to me that it wouldn't be too off the wall to
>incorporate jet boots into the system to really up his
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