Unfortunately, your choices can affect those close to you in ways you might not expect.
Another good time NOT TO SAY THAT LINE...
The grand universal law of things that must never be said:
Say how could this get any worse, this can't possibly get any worse, what more could go wrong, or anything along those lines and something worse will happen. Declaring yourself invicible, in any possible way, will result in your swift, and sometimes amusing demise, like having a huge, fat, singing, dancing cat robot crush you to death after falling from orbit (see Captain SNES). And finally, never say nobody can stop me now, because somebody will.
mass production models always suck. I notice in shows that when the bad guy introduces one robot it seems invincible, but then once that same robot is mass produced into an army they're taken out like nothing.
That's pretty much the whole "beginners luck" factor.
@Angel85: That's because the first one is made from better quality parts, while the mass produced ones aren't.
anoutehr point is prototypes also have more featers and funtions and massprodcution types tend to remove tehse for faster stream lined production, for example the gundam in the original seres, not only is it made of higher grade materials but it also has twin head vulcans and the gyms only have vulcans on the one side of there head, one beam saber as opposed to 2, a beam spray gun which is weaker and has a shorter range, as opposed to the larger more powerful beam rifle, also the gm's do not have the core block system that allows the upper body and legs to be interchanged or to operate without legs in space, gm's also have thiner armor and less powerful thrusters
yes, all very good points, I especially like that Gundam example.
megaman didn't say it he thought it. Therefore it shouldn't count (at least in my opinion).