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PROJECT PROUDMORE: Unclassified
The pinnacle of Sirrushian Mecha development, unclassified for the world.
About this creation
Theme of the Ultimate Proudmore: "Sons of Liberty" Theme of MGS2


Statistics

Dimensions
Height: 40' (9")
Width: 15' (4")
Length: 45' (10")
Weight: 200 tons.

Engine
5000 hp 48v Roaring Beast

Max Speed and Acceleration
Max Speed: 340 Miles per hour
0-120 in 10 seconds

Armor
[CLASSIFIED] (Sorry, trade secret)

Weapons
1 Greatsword (capable of rending through just about everything)
1 Bagh Naa "tiger claws" (same capablities as greatsword)
1 Khurkuri knife (same as above)
1 Heavy Fusion Cannon (HFC) with a range of over 1200 miles
2 Light Fusion Cannons (LFC) each with a range of 700 miles

Crew
1 Pilot
1 Gunner

The bagh naa is an Indian weapon that is held in the hand by two bronze rings, one on the index and on the ring finger. The khurkuri is a Nepalese dagger wide enough to decapitate a man in one thrust.

Nothing was more hushed-up than PROJECT PROUDMORE. The goal was to create a mecha that has no equals. The result, after six failures was this. Dubbed "Ultimate Proudmore", it has no equals. Surpassing even the Giygas Destroyer in power, Proudmore is an unstoppable force. As it towers over the battlefield, it lays waste to all in its path. Virtually indestructible, Proudmore is the only one of its kind. It was tested thoroughly and has exceeded in all aspects of its design. Capable of decimating entire armies with ease, Proudmore is more of a HAM than an ISM. That is all I have to say, the rest is for viewing pleasure only.





































Comments

  August 13, 2009
Can't wait :)
 I made it 
  August 13, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio Thank you for taking the time to go through my comment. By "It does not stand up to its description" I meant that if a MOC is presented like an unbeatable war force, it should give that feeling by comparison with others around(and this is quite small, even confronted with Silva's Nimrod or other regular mechs). This guy here http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/110361 explained the concept brilliantly. Usually terms like "indestructible" or "unstoppable" put a MOC in this category.
Yeah, I know, but this guy had too many stability issues for him to be tall. And The look portrays the power, not the size, like how I rated Scornex. I try to convey power with look instead of size. BTW, I created a new version with some more aggressive apparel, called "Brutal Proudmore".
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  August 13, 2009
Thank you for taking the time to go through my comment. By "It does not stand up to its description" I meant that if a MOC is presented like an unbeatable war force, it should give that feeling by comparison with others around(and this is quite small, even confronted with Silva's Nimrod or other regular mechs). This guy here http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/110361 explained the concept brilliantly. Usually terms like "indestructible" or "unstoppable" put a MOC in this category.
John the Imaginative
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Infinity Life
  August 12, 2009
So this is the infamous Project Proudmore? Great job, I love the cockpit
 I made it 
  August 12, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio 2- forgive me for saying this, but it really does not stand up to its description (if you ask I can get more into detail)
Care to explain?
 I made it 
  August 12, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio More than decent BioMech :) I have only 3 reserves: 1- I can't understand its size 2- forgive me for saying this, but it really does not stand up to its description (if you ask I can get more into detail) 3- here http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=144234&id=/user_images/18834/12500991383 it looks like an old man on a wheelchair... lol! Hot spots are: 1- the very classic sci-fi bubble cockpit on top (VERY mad scientist) 2- wierd desing, I have never seen a shape like this before 3- It falls from the wheelchair! http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=144234&id=/user_images/18834/12500991454 lol! Overall: 5 deserved stars :)
Yeah, well, sorry. I was trying out the "standard" mech description. Size: the model is 9"tall, 4"wide, and 10"long, while the MAOX universe version is the one in feet. Originally, Proudmore was a bipedal mecha with a sword and shield (v1). The shield was removed and replaced with the gun (v2). It was then made into a quadrupedal mecha, due to stability reasons (v3). It was then switched from a quadruped to a biped with digitigrade (or whatever it's called) legs (v4). The sword was split into the three melee weapons (sword, dagger, and claw) (v5). And finally, it was given the "wheelchair" appearance for maximum stability (v6). The two blade-like things that separate from the gun are the LFCs.
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  August 12, 2009
More than decent BioMech :) I have only 3 reserves: 1- I can't understand its size 2- forgive me for saying this, but it really does not stand up to its description (if you ask I can get more into detail) 3- here http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=144234&id=/user_images/18834/12500991383 it looks like an old man on a wheelchair... lol! Hot spots are: 1- the very classic sci-fi bubble cockpit on top (VERY mad scientist) 2- wierd desing, I have never seen a shape like this before 3- It falls from the wheelchair! http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=144234&id=/user_images/18834/12500991454 lol! Overall: 5 deserved stars :)
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  August 12, 2009
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