Chiaki Morosawa

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Chiaki Morosawa 両澤千晶 (1959 – 19 February 2016) was a Japanese anime screenwriter who worked on Mobile Suit Gundam SEED,[1] Gundam SEED Destiny TV Movie II: Their Respective Swords,[2] Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny,[3] Gundam Seed the Movie: The Empty Battlefield,[4] and Gear Fighter Dendoh.[5]

Morosawa was married to Mitsuo Fukuda. Though Morosawa did not write anime stories until Cyber Formula Saga, a 1996 anime, Fukuda domestically consulted with her since Cyber Formula, the first anime series he directed.[6] In April 2008, Morosawa stated in an interview that while the plot for the planned Mobile Suit Gundam Seed film was complete, a personal illness of hers dating from the end of Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny had led to indefinite postponement of the film.[7]

In 2014, she scripted a series of drama CD's featuring Gundam SEED characters for the Gundam SEED DESTINY HD Remaster Blu-ray set. They were entitled "OMAKE quarters".

She died on 19 February 2016 of an aortic dissection.


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