Engineered and designed by the Atlanteans during the colonial ages, this mech had one purpose in mind- epic destruction. Details about this mech's armor and sensory equipment remain sketchy at best, but what is known is the interesting aquatic, flying, and ground covering capabilities of the mech. Please comment and rate! Oh, footnote here, i dont have the parts to change it to white with blue trims. Sorry...
About this creation
Towering over the battlefield, this machine can spot enemy targets before ground troops can.
Here's the tilting cockpit with a 22mm minigun and two pulse fire cannons
Nice legs huh?
here it is compared to an Atlantean soldier. now imagine yourself going up against this mech with a 9mm pistol... have fun with that.
Head on view of the Quadropus. I wanted to add a bit of detail to the leg beams to make it look a bit more detailed, and to give it a very complex mechanical feel. Did i pull it off?
Oh yeah, the tilting cockpit, it tilts all the way up, so the mech can change into an in air, or underwater craft. go figure.
The cannons also tilt to aim foreward. overall, the Quadropus isn't something you wanna mess with, weather on land, in the water, or in the air.
last but not least, the diorama without the quadropus
HaHa... Don't fret over it. I'm planning to make vehicles for both sides. It wouldn't really be a war if only one side had vehicles. By the way, I'm planning to take pics of a Starmark dropship I've made.
I comment on the Actual Walker itself. A Remarkable walker, really shows me what you got!
I have problems that won't ruin a rating, just anarchronisms.
Frozen Blood War. Blood in ice?
I'd like to think it can swim like an Octopus, right? If it does, it MUST be Mysterion, Wierd and advanced! I'd change the name to LTS21 "Quadropus", a native mollusc of Mysterion.
I actually set a timeline to this universe. At this age, the walker dosen't find a way into battle. But if you say this walker came to exist in the Colonial Clashes, I'd accept that!