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Pacific Union MT-1 Hood, Variations Continued
PCU Medium Tank 1, a chassis that only requires a new turret, or maybe some removal of armor plating, to create a whole new vehicle. Saves money, it does. These are the variations continued.
About this creation
Good morning, afternoon, or evening, viewer. It's the MT-1 Hood series, continued! Why would you ever need a tank this big? Because: "You can never have to much overkill!" -Motto of the Armored Legion. Plus, it helps when only the heaviest of weapons can damage your tanks, because blitzkrieg is an effective option again. Maybe. It worked in eastern America, though it was blitzkrieg vs. blitzkrieg until the enemy was attacked on the homefront. Those sneaky Swiss...

The MT-1 part 1: Pacific Union MT-1 Hood , in case you missed it.


Now with a bulldozer blade! even got a hole so the double cameras (the bolter MG was removed) can see through, for the driver.

I added a ladder. And it shows just how damn big this thing is. And we call it a "medium" tank.

This will make many people happy.

How I attached the blade to the tank.


Here is the MT-1/AGMS-3 Ladd Missile Artillery, and yes, Ladd is a glacier on Mount Hood. All names are of this tank's variants, you should know by now. Sorry about how flimsy this looks, most of the things on it were held down by 1 stud, and apparently, I uploaded these photos at 12:06 AM, so it must have been photographed late at night. That' my excuse.

If you're fighting us, and you see this in the distance, you know you're going to burn. This thing can get a firing solution, lock on, and launch all 16 missiles at different targets within half a minute. The thing that takes longest is reloading, but that's easy, slide the missile into it's respective slot.

I even included places for the fires to shoot out.

Like all the turrets of these tanks, this one can turn.

Yes, the missiles are really in there, this really does have a large gap for them. That's why they're so heavy, flimsy. And sorry about the blur, this was the wrong picture I wanted. I'll replace it soon.


Here we have the MT-1/EWP-1 Sandy, an electronic warfare platform, as the second title suggests. Basically, is screws with systems, networked or individual. They're only useful against high-tech enemies.

It's kind of cute, in a way. Not sure why I added that machine gun. Maybe just to fill in a blank spot.

Filler photo!


Finally, the MT-1/GC-1 Coalman. It's a ground cargo transport, and definitely a safe way to travel. That is, if you're behind friendly lines. The open top makes it vulnerable to air attack, which is why this isn't a battle field vehicle unless absolutely necessary.

If your tried, you could fit more in there. And since the (non-existant) inside front of the tank is blocked off by the firing step there... Well, beats me how they get in. Let's just pretend there's a crawlway.

Don't mess with these guys and their Bolter MGs. They will fire on civilian crowds blocking their way. There *is* a treasure chest in the back, but that's besides the point!

Side view. I ran out of words. No I didn't, those heads would make great sniper targets. That is, if it was in dangerous areas, which it isn't.

And they're off! No seatbelts, but in Oregon, click it or ticket is gone, if you crash and die, it's your own damn fault you're too stupid to be safe, and the government proceeds to harvest your organs for those who deserve them. Natural Selection, fools!


Because I forgot a picture of the turret moving in the other one.

In comparison to an Abrams chasis from some Lego clone brand my brother got once. This thing is like a Nazi super tank they designed but never built. Except this isn't a Nazi super tank, is an American super tank. That was built. And served in actual combat (Peru, 2035).

Look, a turret mounted Bolter MG!

Bladed MT-1 Hood clearing a path through an Andes pass, for the crossing into the Peruvian Amazon (the biggest cargo plane can't carry a HAT-1 Rainier, and would have trouble carrying this tank). Those rebels know just where to go when in doubt...

So majestic. This would make a great propaganda shot.

That's all for now folks, I think I'm out of ideas for variants. I tried a vehicle recovery one, but it failed. Miserably. Next up: Something Star Wars for a tournament I entered. Just for kicks.

Also, Gus has finished the set of the next Precipice, we're waiting on Ian to get the pictures he volunteered to do done.



Comments

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  June 9, 2010
Your design is ver accurate and very precise. The basic design and the well taken pictures make it look very large.
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  March 25, 2010
Precipice 5?
Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
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Matthew McKay
  March 13, 2010
Positively EPIC!!! You are so talented. Would you please please please please please please comment on this? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/191859 P.S. If I had a chance to meet you in person, I would bow to you.
Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
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Evan Melick
  January 24, 2010
Medium my butt. Very nice man.
Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
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Major General O-5 Sam Nineham
  January 12, 2010
Trust you to make a medium tank that's big. Anyhow, great build. Tanks that crush clones are the best tanks in my book.
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  January 12, 2010
EPIC, UNBEATABLE, UNSTOPABLE, DANGEROUS *no s**t*, in short bloody brilliant...
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  January 6, 2010
I guess it's a good thing that the Union of Nova Scotia isn't hostile against the Pacific Union!!
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  January 6, 2010
Run those clones down! Whooo! =D Rid us of them! Good job, a good tank, very versatile!
Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
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tristan neal
  January 5, 2010
I myself am in a place visable to Mt. Hood.But I never have heard of glaciers on it.Any way great tank as alaways.
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  January 5, 2010
Quoting tristan neal I myself am in a place visable to Mt. Hood.But I never have heard of glaciers on it.Any way great tank as alaways.
Oh, they're there all right. I've skied on some of them, probably.
 I like it 
  January 1, 2010
Who could have possibly informed you about those Nazi super tanks? Anyways, epic win dude.
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  January 1, 2010
Keep on winning, my friend.
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  January 1, 2010
Quoting Owen Williams SURE! im always making fun of my LEGO civilians whether it is forcing them to get beaten in a government ensued riot or something else im always ripping on em haha. and nukes.. thats not true.. at least not if you nuke everyone else first ^_^ again great build.
Thanks. And happy new year, wherever you are!
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  January 1, 2010
SURE! im always making fun of my LEGO civilians whether it is forcing them to get beaten in a government ensued riot or something else im always ripping on em haha. and nukes.. thats not true.. at least not if you nuke everyone else first ^_^ again great build.
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  December 31, 2009
Amazing work Awe! I think I've missed a lot since I went to Flickr... Nevermind, but I love this thing. Droid commander: "Drive closer! I want to hit them with my flag!"
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  December 31, 2009
Very good, i like the variety of turrets it can carry.
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  December 31, 2009
Quoting Mace Man Awesome job! Oh, and how big would a heavy tank be?
It's the HAT-1, you can find it in the same folder this one is in.
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  December 31, 2009
Awesome job! Oh, and how big would a heavy tank be?
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  December 31, 2009
great work, the clones running away looks pretty funny
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  December 31, 2009
Nice Tank man, it got nasty piece of gun there
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  December 31, 2009
Quoting Owen Williams got to say the most useful out of all of these in truth is the scrambler. if you couldnt scramble radar, radio, etc you wouldnt be able to attack without suffering heavy losses. think guerrilla tactics when making vehicles. you want to be able to hit back hard without taking loss's dont go hitler and build the biggest most powerful thing ever. that just makes it easyer to nuke (: other than that. im stealing your dozer blade because its obvious you stole the commentary about the civilian massacre from e (; jk jk. but really those are my lines... great builds dude!
Those are your lines? I don't beleive I've ever seen them. And nukes are banned in all but writing, if one nation uses them, every nation will repsond with them at the said original user. Nukes=not a problem. And go ahead for the dozer blade, I like seeing my stuff used.
 I like it 
  December 31, 2009
got to say the most useful out of all of these in truth is the scrambler. if you couldnt scramble radar, radio, etc you wouldnt be able to attack without suffering heavy losses. think guerrilla tactics when making vehicles. you want to be able to hit back hard without taking loss's dont go hitler and build the biggest most powerful thing ever. that just makes it easyer to nuke (: other than that. im stealing your dozer blade because its obvious you stole the commentary about the civilian massacre from e (; jk jk. but really those are my lines... great builds dude!
 I like it 
  December 31, 2009
Love that last variant.
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  December 31, 2009
Very nice! I love the ideas here man! Your tank still beats mine out! Until we need a match-up for the SSW tank standards, that's where mine fits in. I suppose mine can still be an APC too, just a very large kind of APC with a big style gun. I'll be upgrading my treads too, very soon. Love the missiles again, and the new ones are great! the electronic warfare one is great and so is the infantry carrier. Keep it going!
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  December 30, 2009
Ah great variations! I like the missile Launcher very much, looks like it packs a punch, and as I mentioned before there's your indestructible command droid. Trademark I suppose....
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  December 30, 2009
Quoting Heber . Interesting. I hadn't known until now that you, at one point, actually liked clones. Interesting indeed..
That was the ancient past. It never happened!
  December 30, 2009
Interesting. I hadn't known until now that you, at one point, actually liked clones. Interesting indeed..
 I made it 
  December 30, 2009
Quoting Heber . Great tank. As I think I have said on flickr. And that one picture did indeed make me happy. Is that yellow clone colored not-so-good on purpose? I would think so.
That's a... *cringes* custom I tried to make, back in 2004 or so...
 I like it 
  December 30, 2009
Great tank. As I think I have said on flickr. And that one picture did indeed make me happy. Is that yellow clone colored not-so-good on purpose? I would think so.
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  December 30, 2009
Quoting John Dawn I love this tank! have you every thought about trying to make a bane blade?
Hey, that's a good idea... I should do that! Sometime in spring though, my winter is filled with plans.
 I like it 
  December 30, 2009
Thank ye, thank ye. Credit goes to me of course for all of the awesome idealism. ;-p Anyhow, nice work as usual.
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  December 30, 2009
I love this tank! have you every thought about trying to make a bane blade?
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  December 30, 2009
Dude... freaking awesome. Now I know just how enormously bigger this thing is than the little Prowler. But the Prowler II is coming out soon...
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  December 30, 2009
sweet, I am making my own version of Black Panther (T'Challa) from Marvel. -Matt Shack
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  December 30, 2009
Sweet communication messer-uper. I like the troop transports too.
 
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