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HPA-66 'Juno' Heavy Power Armour
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Because guns bigger than you are are always fun, and so are massive suits of power armour.
About this creation
As a direct result of the failings of the Phoenix program, namely Not Enough Dakka, the Juno was designed, prototyped and put into production in a surprisingly short time; probably because as a necessity every single weapon it could concievably carry had to be tested, meaning time at the range with a huge suit of armour, meaning Great Fun and plenty of booms.

You know, I like that Yellow-Eye effect in the main pic; it's really just caused by the pilot's eyes blending in with the helmet, though.



Same pic, no flash. Because it looks more atmospheric.



HPA-66: Because nothing says 'Badass' like an anti-materiel sniper rifle held like an SMG.



And giant swords on your arms look cool, too.

Technically those are Type 7r Short Range Anti-Personell Defence Systems, but they work pretty well on tanks too.



A scale shot, from left to right: one Juno, don't know the pilot's name. Human, feminine, un-named, military trainee. Human, feminine, Samus Aran, Bounty Hunter. The other Juno, same pilot name. That means I don't know what he's called.



I think that hair is the best part of that new JSF set; it works very well for its assigned role, thank-ye-very-much.

You know, if I wasn't about to tell you, you'd never know that body has a crack in the lower right side; don't look at me like that, it's not as if I put it there.
Time is the culprit; some plastic goes brittle over time and we've all had experience with second-hand bodies that went *snap* when you pulled the arms off.
Well, some of us have...



Here's how the pilot gets out; there's also the usual wedding crowd of miscellanious friends, family and workmates walking about about hoping to wish the happy couple a nice honeymoon.
Hey look, second from the right! Even that old redneck Uncle Bob showed up!
Ooh, look at that! In the middle, with the blue helmet! A riot policeman, in case the mothers-in-law manage to chew through the ropes and break out of the broom cupboard.


Well, that's that. I told you folk I'd post the full suits, and here they are!

EDIT: sorry, I forgot something earlier: credit for the feet goes to Honage Maximus, who's Baronyx provided the feet for this, and possibly some indirect inspiration for the legs.
Thanks.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 15, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q I would use a tank to hunt snipers, go into a town- Tank driver to gunner:"In the clock tower, north by north west(movie!)!" BOOOM! Sniper-dead. But I do agree otherwise.
..Yyeah, I'll admit everything's better with tanks. But if you've got the authorisation to level buildings to get rid of snipers, you may as well blow up the whole town while you're at it.
  January 15, 2010
I would use a tank to hunt snipers, go into a town- Tank driver to gunner:"In the clock tower, north by north west(movie!)!" BOOOM! Sniper-dead. But I do agree otherwise.
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  January 14, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q Well, I think the walker/carrer, but what vehicles would the empier use? And the 'Juno' is now called 'Grasshopper', because it's green and has boosters on its feet, also, it can sprint cause of that. :D
You can call it whatever you want, since technically it's a field variant. (they do that a lot. As long as it looks passably normal for inspection time, officers don't usually keep a close eye on their troop's equipment) As for vehicles, just about anything you have the parts for will do. Deployment doctrine isn't exactly strict, anything that does the job tends to get used wherever it fits. Well, within common sense. You wouldn't use a tank to hunt snipers, and you wouldn't use a scout car to attack tanks.
  January 14, 2010
Well, I think the walker/carrer, but what vehicles would the empier use? And the 'Juno' is now called 'Grasshopper', because it's green and has boosters on its feet, also, it can sprint cause of that. :D
 I made it 
  January 13, 2010
Quoting Finn C-Q Alright, I built a varient, "HPA-67 'Juno' Heavy power Armour- type 2", and will give you credit. Now, on to bigger things! Like, tell me what other vehicles you wanna use, like maybe this- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/145696 or this http://mocpages.com/moc.php/146072 and possibly this- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/119842 and possibly this too- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/86899 Also helper breakdowns of the models?
In theory, you can use anything you have the parts for. Neccessity is the mother of invention, after all. The MRTVs aren't front-line combat vehicles, though. If it's an open-field set-piece battle, the Svantovit probably wouldn't be deployed, because the standard doctrine for their use recommends getting them in really close. The Zenith-C wouldn't be a surprise to see, however. Especially if there's a lot of infantry around. Which ones do you want disassembled pics for?
 I like it 
  January 13, 2010
UFO aliens!? they are invading again!!!!! I like those hardsuits.
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  January 13, 2010
Alright, I built a varient, "HPA-67 'Juno' Heavy power Armour- type 2", and will give you credit. Now, on to bigger things! Like, tell me what other vehicles you wanna use, like maybe this- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/145696 or this http://mocpages.com/moc.php/146072 and possibly this- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/119842 and possibly this too- http://mocpages.com/moc.php/86899 Also helper breakdowns of the models?
 I like it 
  May 20, 2009
you're welcome.
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  April 4, 2009
sweet! i plan to make some cool mech soon
Areetsa C
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Duncan Life
  April 3, 2009
Awesome!
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  April 3, 2009
Quoting Clan Father Erik Ackroyd Excellent work! The 'Juno's are just excellent in shape and form. I especially like the weapon systems, and the color schemes; but more so the yellow one. I think another of the more interesting features is the leg design; very neat in shape. Overall, awesome job.
Thanks; I think the yellowish one looks a bit like a wasp, but the whole point of lego is working around parts shortages. As for the legs, they're a nice and mobile design; easily adapted, simple to build, only problem is that they don't hold greebles and armour coverings without limiting mobility. But they work, and they allow a lot of nice poses.
 I like it 
  April 3, 2009
Excellent work! The 'Juno's are just excellent in shape and form. I especially like the weapon systems, and the color schemes; but more so the yellow one. I think another of the more interesting features is the leg design; very neat in shape. Overall, awesome job.
 I made it 
  April 3, 2009
Quoting Nowhere man These are great! Some of your best work without a doubt. Your samus is also nice.
Thanks; I'm rather proud of both, although I haven't a clue how to improve these. The AESA, however, is ripe ground for upgrades. Speaking of which, no-one's got around to making lego upgrade modules; no energy tanks, missile packs, weapons or suit upgrades. Not even an energy drop!
Quoting Nowhere man I like the arms.
On which? The Areetsa Edition Samus Aran or these?
Quoting Nowhere man Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
I'm not likely to stop, am I?
 I like it 
  April 3, 2009
These are great! Some of your best work without a doubt. Your samus is also nice. I like the arms. Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
 I made it 
  April 3, 2009
Quoting Duncan Life Awesome!
Thanks.
 
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