Athrun Zala


Athrun Zala

Infobox animanga character
name = Athrun Zala
series = Mobile Suit Gundam SEED


caption = Athrun Zala in "Gundam SEED Destiny"
first = "Gundam SEED" episode 1
last = "Gundam SEED Destiny" "Final Plus" episode
creator =
voiced by = Akira Ishida (Japanese)
Samuel Vincent (English)
alias = Alex Dino
age = 16 [GS] cite web |url=http://www.gundamofficial.com/worlds/ce/seed/characters/chara_athrun.html |title=Athrun Zala "Gundam SEED" profile |accessdate=2007-06-09 |publisher=GundamOfficial]
18 [GSD] cite web |url=http://www.gundamofficial.com/worlds/ce/destiny/characters/chara_athrun.html |title=Athrun Zala "Gundam SEED Destiny" profile |accessdate=2007-06-09 |publisher=GundamOfficial ]
born = October 29, CE 55cite web |url=http://img285.imageshack.us/img285/1887/ath438si.jpg|title=Athrun Zala "Gundam SEED Destiny" trading card |accessdate=2007-07-23 |language=Japanese] cite episode |title=Return to the Battlefield |episodelink=List_of_Gundam_SEED_episodes#Mobile_Suit_Gundam_SEED_Destiny |series=Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny |serieslink=Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny |number= Phase-15]
death =
nationality = PLANT [GS/GSD]
United Emirates of Orb [GSD]
relatives = Patrick Zala (father)
Lenore Zala (mother, deceased)
paux1 name = Genetic type
paux1 = Coordinator
divider = yes
aux1 name = Allegiance
aux1 = ZAFT [GS/GSD]
Three Ships Alliance [GS]
United Emirates of Orb [GSD]
Terminal [GSD]
aux2 name = Rank
aux2 = Red uniform (ZAFT) [GS/GSD]
FAITH (ZAFT) [GSD]
Commander (ZAFT) [GSD]
Chief Petty Officer (Orb) [GSD]
Captain (Orb) [GSD]
Admiral (Orb) [GSDSE]
aux3 name = Mobile weapons
aux3 = GAT-X303 Aegis [GS]
ZGMF-X09A Justice [GS]
ZGMF-1000 ZAKU Warrior [GSD]
ZGMF-1000/M Blaze Zaku Warrior [GSD]
ZGMF-X23S Saviour [GSD]
ZGMF-2000 GOUF Ignited [GSD]
ZGMF-X19A Infinite Justice [GSD]

nihongo|Athrun Zala|アスラン・ザラ|Asuran Zara is a fictional character from the anime series "Gundam SEED" and "Gundam SEED Destiny", set in the Cosmic Era (CE) timeline of the "Gundam" metaseries. He is the deuteragonist of both series but the protagonist in the special edition of the latter series.

Athrun Zala is a Coordinator, and a member of the Rau Le Creuset ZAFT special forces team at the beginning of "Gundam SEED". He is the son of Patrick Zala, a member of the PLANT Supreme Council.

In "Gundam SEED" and "Gundam SEED Destiny", his friendship with Kira Yamato forms one of the main themes of the story.

Pre-Gundam SEED

Athrun was born in December City of the PLANTs on October 29, CE 55. In CE 61, Patrick Zala sends Athrun to attend a preparatory school in Copernicus City, located on the Moon.cite web |url=http://www.gundamofficial.com/worlds/ce/background/timeline.html |title=Timeline |accessdate=2008-02-09 |work=GundamOfficial |publisher=Bandai America Incorporated] Here, he meets Kira Yamato and they become good friends. In CE 68, Patrick calls Athrun back from Copernicus City. Just before he leaves, Athrun builds a robotic pet bird, Birdy (Torii in the Japanese version), which he gives to Kira.

After returning to the PLANTs, Athrun finds that his father has arranged an engagement for him to PLANT pop idol Lacus Clyne. (According to the novelization of "Gundam SEED", she is the first girl Athrun ever kissed. It is shown in episode 20 of "Gundam SEED".) Athrun builds Haro, a pink ball-shaped robotic pet for her, which she likes very much – his response is to build her a large number of them, which she names based on their colors.

On February 21, CE 70, Athrun enrolls in the ZAFT military because of his mother's death seven days earlier in the Bloody Valentine tragedy, which was caused by the Earth Alliance. Among the Le Creuset team members, he becomes friends with Nicol Amalfi and Rusty Mackenzie, and he is the only member whose views on Naturals differ from his parent's (and with the most dramatic consequences).

Gundam SEED

Theft at Heliopolis

Morgenroete secretly develops five mobile suits for the Earth Alliance in a concealed base on the neutral colony, Heliopolis. The mobile suits are intended to counter ZAFT's superior military technology. The Le Creuset team, raids the base, but only manages to steal four of the five mobile suits, because ZAFT pilot Rusty Mackenzie is killed during the raid. Athrun steals the GAT-X303 Aegis prototype mobile suit. During the raid he meets Kira Yamato, now a Heliopolis civilian, again. Kira becomes the pilot of the GAT-X105 Strike, the last of the five mobile suits, to protect his friends. In the ensuing conflict, Heliopolis was destroyed.

Pursuit of the Archangel

Since he had piloted a top-secret weapon, Kira and his friends are forced to embark on the Earth Alliance warship "Archangel" and later choose to enlist in their military. Kira engages Athrun in battle several times. Athrun is in turmoil over having to fight his friend and attempts to convince Kira to join ZAFT, since Kira is a Coordinator, and explains to Kira why he joined ZAFT. His words affect Kira, but he refuses to join ZAFT.

Later, Athrun learns that his fiancée Lacus Clyne is on board the "Archangel" and is outraged when Natarle Badgiruel uses her as a hostage to protect the "Archangel". Before withdrawing, Athrun asks Kira his idea of justice and vows to rescue Lacus. Kira later smuggles Lacus off the "Archangel" and back to Athrun. Upon retrieving his fiancée, Athrun asks Kira again to defect to ZAFT, but Kira firmly refuses. Neither Kira nor Athrun want to fight each other and they often think of one another and their unfortunate circumstances. Despite this, both declare to one another that they will shoot to kill the next time they meet.

Athrun is later appointed head of the Zala team, and clashes with some of his fellow pilots on several issues. On Earth, when the team is sent to the Carpentaria Base, the transport plane Athrun is in is shot down by Cagalli Yula Athha in a FX-550 Skygrasper, and who is shot down in return.

Athrun successfully lands his mobile suit on an island. There, he encounters Cagalli, who is also marooned there. After an armed clash, Athrun takes Cagalli prisoner, discovering she is a girl in the process. While waiting for retrieval, the two talk. Their viewpoints about the war clash, but they listen to each other. Eventually, they call a mutual truce and are later rescued by their respective sides. Neither tells anyone about what happened on the island. Athrun later discovers that Cagalli is really the Princess of the neutral Earth nation, Orb Union.

Athrun and Kira: a tragic duel

Believing the "Archangel" is hiding in Orb, Athrun leads the rest of the Zala team on a covert mission. There, he encounters Kira again and the two speak briefly. With his suspicions confirmed, Athrun and the rest of the team wait for the "Archangel" to leave Orb territorial waters. The intended ambush goes poorly with Athrun's friend and fellow pilot, Nicol Amalfi, being killed at Kira's hands.

Athrun and Kira meet in combat again. Angered by Nicol's death, Athrun throws the Aegis's shield at a FX-550 Skygrasper, killing Kira's friend Tolle Koenig. Kira and Athrun activate their SEED modes, Athrun for the first time, and they battle fiercely. Athrun and Kira appears to be even in battle until the Aegis runs out of power and loses its Phase Shift armor. In an attempt to kill Kira, Athrun self-destructs the Aegis and escapes at the last second.

Athrun is found injured on a beach, after the battle, by Cagalli and Orb. When Athrun regains consciousness, Cagalli points a gun at him, demanding to know what happened to Kira. Athrun, obviously distraught, says that he has killed his best friend, Kira. Cagalli angrily asks why and Athrun snaps back that Kira has killed several ZAFT comrades and his anger had finally reached a head with Nicol's death. Cagalli explains some of the teachings her father, that killing for vengeance will never bring peace but simply more conflict. Before returning him to ZAFT, Cagalli gives Athrun her red amulet as a good luck charm, hoping that it will protect him, and says that she does not want anyone else to die.

Acquiring the ZGMF-X09A Justice

After returning to ZAFT, Athrun was awarded the Order of the Nebula for the achievement of destroying the Strike, and he is chosen to be under the direct command of the PLANT Supreme Council and assigned the newly developed ZGMF-X09A Justice. He is ordered to track and retrieve the ZGMF-X10A Freedom, which has been stolen by Kira, with the aid of Lacus. Lacus is accused of selling ZAFT out to the Earth Alliance, but Athrun has trouble accepting that Lacus could be a traitor. He eventually finds Lacus and saves her from assassination.

Lacus tells Athrun that Kira is alive and is the Freedom's new pilot. She tells him to think about what he should really be fighting for. Instead of following his father's orders or feeling bound to his military duty, he should determine what he believes to be right. Lacus then tells Athrun that he should go to Earth and speak with Kira.Athrun launches in the Justice and arrives on Earth. Before attempting to locate Kira, he visits the wreckage of the Aegis and the Strike. There, he encountered Reverend Malchio, who gives him an update on the war.

Defection from ZAFT

Athrun eventually finds Kira in Orb, engaged in combat with the GAT-X131 Calamity, GAT-X252 Forbidden and GAT-X370 Raider. Athrun watches, wrestling with his loyalties, until Kira is overpowered by the enemy. Athrun then makes his choice and steps in to save his friend. As the enemy mobile suits retreat, the two friends try to work out their differences. Neither wanted to be the other's enemy and both wanted to end the Bloody Valentine War. But in order to do this, both friends would have to abandon their nation's militaries. Uncertain at first, Athrun makes no promises, but he eventually aids Kira during the fall of Orb, instead of battling him and retrieving the Freedom like he has been ordered to. Athrun then follows the survivors of the battle into space.

Before deciding to join the resistance group with Lacus, Kira, and the others, Athrun decides to talk to his father, Patrick Zala, who was now the Chairman of PLANT Supreme Council, to find out his father's true intentions. Athrun returns to the PLANTs without the Justice and speaks to his father about the war. During a heated argument between father and son, Athrun's father reveals that he intends to drag the war on until all the Naturals are exterminated as revenge for the death of his wife, Lenore. Athrun is shocked and angered by his father's revelation, and is shot in the arm by his father then arrested for refusing to reveal the location of the Justice and the Freedom. Athrun is later freed by Martin DaCosta (under Lacus's command) and they escape to the "Eternal" where Lacus was waiting. With Athrun and DaCosta on board, the "Eternal" then breaks away from its dock and escapes. However, their path was blocked by a Jachin Due fleet but they were saved by Kira in the Freedom, who was waiting outside the PLANTs.

Rise of Three Ships Alliance

After Athrun defects from ZAFT, he joins the newly formed resistance group called the Three Ships Alliance. Kira, Cagalli, and Dearka were part of this alliance consisting of the Earth Alliance's "Archangel", Orb's "Kusanagi", and ZAFT's "Eternal".During the final stages of the war, he and Cagalli develop a romantic relationship. In episode 48, they kiss after he tells her that he will protect her when she said she is going to join them in the battlefield.

Along with the Three Ships Alliance, Athrun is instrumental in ending the Bloody Valentine War, between ZAFT and the Earth Alliance Forces. During the Second Battle of Jachine Due, Athrun and Cagalli fight their way into Jachin Due and find his father shot by ZAFT commander Ray Yuki. As Patrick Zala lies dying, he urges his son to fire the GENESIS superweapon at the Earth. Instead, Athrun destroys GENESIS by detonating the nuclear-powered Justice inside it. Because Cagalli reminds him that he needs to stop running and have the courage to live, Athrun boards Cagalli's MBF-02 Strike Rouge and they escape the explosion. Afterwards they find Kira alongside his badly-damaged Freedom, both of them crying tears of joy at the sight of him.

Gundam SEED Destiny

After the war, Athrun and the other surviving members of the Le Creuset team, Yzak Joule and Dearka Elsman are tried for their actions. They were ably defended by Gilbert Durandal.

Athrun leaves ZAFT and moves to the Orb Union, living under the pseudonym nihongo|Alex Dino|アレックス・ディノ "Arekkusu Deino". During the Armory One incident, he is present in the PLANT as Cagalli's aide and bodyguard, and is involved in the fighting to retake the stolen mobile suits. He later joins the ZAFT battleship, "Minerva", and fights against the terrorists in the Junius Seven Colony Drop alongside Shinn Asuka and former teammates Yzak and Dearka. Aboard the "Minerva", he is unmasked by Gilbert, the Chairman of the PLANT Supreme Council who had joined the "Minerva" in its pursuit of the mobile suit thieves. Athrun nearly dies during this battle, but is rescued by Shinn.

Athrun and Cagalli then desembark "Minerva" at Orb, where Cagalli's political duties keep them separated much of the time. Seeing the deteriorating political situation, Arthun decides to return to the PLANTs. Before leaving, Athrun silently slides a ring onto Cagalli's finger, which leads to an awkward moment before they regain their composure and share an emotional farewell, including a kiss.

Return to ZAFT

In the turmoil preceding the declaration of the Second Bloody Valentine War, he returns to ZAFT, hoping to avert the war, but it is too late. Athrun meets with Chairman Durandal, who convinces him to use his power to keep the world on the right path. Athrun re-enlists in ZAFT, and Durandal appoints him a member of the elite special forces, FAITH. Athrun is assigned the new mobile suit ZGMF-X23S Saviour, and given total freedom of action.

With Saviour, he returns to Earth and joins the "Minerva" in the battle against the Earth Alliance, now allied with Orb. Athrun becomes commander of the "Minerva"'s mobile suit pilots Rey Za Burrel, Lunamaria Hawke, and Shinn. Athrun is somewhat of a mentor to Shinn, though the two do not always get along well.

His romantic life becomes more complicated. Lunamaria develops an interest in him. She informs him that Cagalli, has almost gone through with an arranged marriage to Yuna Roma Seiran, but was kidnapped before the ceremony was completed. Athrun finds out he is still considered engaged to Lacus Clyne, whose role has been taken by Meer Campbell, a singer who is impersonating Lacus for political reasons, and Meer pursues him rather aggressively. Lunamaria's younger sister Meyrin Hawke is interested in Athrun, but her shyness makes this less apparent.

Athrun is involved in the Battle of Gulnahan and Dardanelles, where he loses a new, but dear friend, Heine Westenfluss. After Dardanelles, he bumps into Miriallia Haw, who arranges a secret meeting for him with Cagalli and Kira Yamato. Lunamaria spies on this meeting under orders from Captain Talia Gladys.

Athrun and the others disagree strongly on many points. He tells Cagalli that if she wants Orb to stop fighting against ZAFT, she needs to return to Orb and get them to end their ties to the Earth Alliance. In return, Athrun is told that Coordinators have attempted to assassinate the real Lacus, which means Kira and the others do not trust Chairman Durandal. Much is still unresolved.

econd defection from ZAFT

Athrun's mobile suit, the Saviour, is later destroyed by Kira in the ZGMF-X10A Freedom during the Battle at Crete, because Kira is angry over what he thinks is Athrun's indifference to Cagalli's emotional distress. Not long after watching the epic battle between Shinn and Kira during Operation Angel Down, resulting in the destruction of the Freedom and the supposed sinking of the "Archangel" by the "Minerva", the distraught and disillusioned Athrun is tipped off by Meer, who had overheard Chairman Durandal and Rey. Since they have failed to fully convince him of their cause, they were preparing to frame him as a traitor using photographs of his meeting with Kira and Cagalli. (Athrun's situation probably was not helped by his defection in the first war.)

Rather than be arrested, Athrun flees. Meer refuses his offer to escape with him, though she does not aid those pursuing him, either. Soon after, Athrun take refuge in the room of "Minerva" CIC officer and gifted hacker, Meyrin. With her help, Athrun escapes from ZAFT's Gibraltar Base in a stolen ZGMF-2000 GOUF Ignited mobile suit.

Claiming that Athrun and Meyrin are working for Logos and have stolen ZAFT's top military secrets, including its plan to attack Logos headquarters at Heaven's Base, Chairman Durandal orders Rey and Shinn to pursue Athrun with their respective new mobile suits. Athrun informs Shinn that he was being deceived. Although Shinn is shocked and reluctant to shoot at first due to his anger, he eventually goes into SEED mode and destroys the GOUF Ignited, seemingly killing both Athrun and Meyrin. The pair was actually injured and unconscious and are rescued by a defected Earth Alliance ship led by Ledonir Kisaka, the former "Kusanagi" co-captain in the First Bloody Valentine War, who had infiltrated, now pretending to be an Earth Alliance officer. Athrun recuperates from his ordeal on the "Archangel", watched over by his friends, Kira and Cagalli, and later by Meyrin.

Battle of Orb

Lacus' words get through to Athrun during ZAFT's invasion of Orb and he regains his confidence and decides to launch with the ZGMF-X19A Infinite Justice, wearing an Orb pilot suit, to join the battle. Athrun tries to persuade Meyrin to stay in a place of safety, but she chooses to accompany the "Archangel".

Even though Athrun is not fully recovered from his wounds, he helps Kira who has been fighting the ZGMF-X666S Legend and ZGMF-X42S Destiny all by himself. Shinn, pilot of the Destiny, is shocked and angry that Athrun has survived their last encounter. Athrun demands that Shinn stop attacking Orb and questions if what he is doing is right. Urged by Rey and convinced that Athrun is a traitor, Shinn attacks Athrun but the two are fairly evenly matched. Once Shinn activates his SEED Athrun responds in kind and in a single move cuts off the ZGMF-X42S Destiny's hand.

After the ZAFT forces retreat, Athrun loses consciousness and the pilotless Infinite Justice begins a freefall. Kira in the Freedom catches the Infinite Justice and prevents a crash. When Kira removes Athrun's helmet and pilot suit back on the "Archangel", Athrun's wounds have re-opened and he is bleeding profusely. Kira orders a stretcher to bring Athrun to the sick bay and Athrun recovers from his injuries under the care of Meyrin. After a full recovery, Athrun is commissioned into the Orb military and assigned as one of the "Archangel"'s mobile suit squadron commanders.

Return to Space

"Following Lord Djibril's attack on the PLANTs using the Requiem superweapon, "Minerva" returns to space on Chairman Durandal's orders and there is another conflict between ZAFT and Lord Djibril in space, which leads to Djibril's death and ZAFT's capture of the Requiem.

Athrun and the crew of the "Archangel", which now includes Neo Roanoke, go into space aboard the "Archangel" and vow to stop Chairman Durandal from implementing his "Destiny Plan". Before they leave, Cagalli addresses the troops. Athrun is surprised to see she is no longer wearing the ring he had given her, and she leaves without speaking to him. His friends Kira and Lacus attempt to speak with him about Cagalli, but Athrun assures them everything will be all right. Meanwhile, Cagalli tells Meyrin to take care of Athrun and leaves, crying. Cagalli returns to her homeland, using her political position to sort out the issues that have plagued Orb while she has been away.

The "Archangel" docks at the free city of Copernicus on the Moon, where Athrun, Kira, Lacus, and Meyrin go on an information gathering trip in the city. They receive a note addressed to Lacus, in which Meer claims she is about to be killed. Athrun and Meyrin both suspect it is a trap, but Lacus wants to see Meer.

At the meeting, ZAFT soldiers attempt to assassinate Lacus. Athrun guns down most of the opposition, though Kira and Meyrin prove competent in defending the group as well. Meer however, is shot and killed by a bullet intended for Lacus. Distraught, Athrun carries Meer's body back to the "Archangel", where she is given a funeral.

Battle of Messiah: Assault on REQUIEM

When the Atlantic Federation, Orb Union, and Kingdom of Scandinavia refuse to participate in the Destiny Plan; Chairman Durandal uses the captured and repaired Requiem superweapon to destroy the Arzachel Lunar Base and part of the Earth Alliance fleet.

The remainder of the Earth Alliance fleet and a few members of ZAFT then join the forces of Terminal in an attempt to stop Durandal before he can use the Requiem again to fire upon and thus annihilate Orb.

During the final battle, Athrun comes upon Lunamaria in her ZGMF-X56S Impulse. He does not want to fight her, but she forces Athrun to disable her mobile suit in a short battle. Seeing this, Shinn, who is in love with Lunamaria, attacks Athrun. And then goes into SEED mode. In a burst of rage, Shinn charges Athrun. Lunamaria moves between them in an attempt to stop the battle, but Shinn does not stop. Athrun goes into SEED mode and saves Lunamaria, crippling the Destiny and propelling it downwards onto the Moon’s surface.With the badly damaged Destiny and Impulse no longer a threat, Athrun then disables the "Minerva"'s engines, and it crashes on the Moon.

Athrun, along with Mu La Flaga in the ORB-01 Akatsuki, make their way past ZAFT's last defensive front and penetrate the Requiem's positron deflector. Just as the superweapon is about to fire, they destroy the core of the Requiem and save Orb.

In the "Gundam SEED Destiny" "Final Plus" episode, Athrun then boards the Messiah, following Kira. He arrives just in time to see Rey shoot Durandal. He and Kira escape the Messiah safely afterwards. When retreat flares are fired from all surviving ships, Athrun rescues Shinn and Lunamaria from the Moon, in the Infinite Justice. In episode 50 of "Gundam SEED Destiny", Athrun never boards the Messiah.

Aftermath

Afterwards in "Final Plus", at the ravished Orb memorial previously visited by Shinn, Kira, and Lacus in episode 8, Athrun and Shinn (accompanied by Meyrin and Lunamaria) are paying their respects when Kira and Lacus join them. Athrun introduces Kira to Shinn and Lunamaria as the pilot of the Freedom.

The three pairs go their separate ways with Meyrin accompanying Athrun.

In the ending credits of " IV", Athrun is shown wearing an admiral's uniform in the Orb military.

Other

In the manga series "", the events of "Gundam SEED Destiny" are told from Athrun's point of view. Kuori Chimaki's artwork depicts him as a more mature, yet somewhat effeminate figure. [Chimaki Kuori, the author, noted that this series had a shoujo ("young girl") flavour in his remarks at the end of volume 1.]

Athrun is the narrative figure in the "" compilations.

Fighting skills

Athrun is portrayed as a good hand to hand combatant and an expert with pistols. He consistently hits the vital areas of targets at the shooting range, shoots weapons out of the hands of people he does not want to harm, and successfully takes down groups of trained soldiers and assassins even though they are Coordinators. He is one of the better mobile suit pilots and undefeated when in SEED mode.

In games

Athrun appears along with many other "Gundam SEED" characters in "Super Robot Wars Alpha 3: To the end of the galaxy". While an above average pilot (whose stats are boosted once he goes into SEED mode) and his Justice Gundam is one of the most powerful Real Robot units available to the player, his shooting and dodging stats are inferior to those of Newtype aces like Amuro Ray or Kamille Bidan.

If Athrun fights Amuro, Amuro will occasionally exclaim, "A red Mobile Suit?! Can it be...?!" Because Amuro's rival Char Aznable, was known for piloting red mobile suits. By this point in the "Alpha" series, Char has been killed during his attempt to drop Axis on Earth (as per ""), thus explaining Amuro's shock at facing a red mobile suit. Amuro jokingly threatens Athrun with legal action over the latter's creation of various Haros, since in the "Alpha" universe, Amuro holds the trademark to Haro.

Players have the option of letting Athrun join Kira's fight against Rau Le Creuset (the Providence being a boss unit). New dialogue was recorded for this non-canonical encounter.

In the Game Boy Advance game, "Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Tomo to Kimi to Senjou de", you walk around with Athrun asking people what a good gift would be. Eventually, Athrun creates a small robotic hamster, which he gives to Cagalli to cheer her up, but she mistakens it for a real rodent and destroys it, much to Athrun's shock.

In "", Athrun can be playable in both modes, as a ZAFT FAITH pilot or as an Orb pilot. At max level (level 50) in P.L.U.S. Mode, Arthun will be able to pilot the ZGMF-X666S Legend, which he was intended to pilot before his defection.

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