Long obsessed with returning Atlantis to our dimension, King Archisus was determined to capture any and all 'crossers', individuals brought to their dimension through random rips in the inter-dimensional fabric, such as the Bermuda Triangle. His hope was that one of these individuals might bring with them a key, the key he needed to cross back.
So he called for the creation of the CW3000, a state-of-the-art patrol walker capable of detecting even the smallest of inter-dimensional rips.
Due to frequent attacks by rebel forces opposed to the King's agenda, the CW3000 is equipped with (2) quad missile launchers on it's back, (2) hydrogen launchers on it's forward appendages, and a centrally located hydro-intake, capable of a powerful, cyclone producing forward thrust, temporarily immobilizing anything in it's path.
The CW3000 is also accompanied by (2) Sharktisian Guards to assist in identifying and eliminating possible booby-traps as well as helping in the apprehension of 'crossers' or attacking rebels.
A few shots of the CW3000
Fourth Dimension Commentary: With the onset of the MOC Athalon, I have not really revisited my Atlantis story, as the build that I had for it began before the contest and I was focused on other things. But my team turned to me to represent our group and I couldn't say no. That meant exploring a part of my story that I hadn't really developed yet, the other side. So it's not much, by my story's standards, but it's a teaser of what's to come. Hope you like it.~H
I will reserve my judgement for after you answer this question: how do your hydrogen launchers work? It simply open the valves of the liquid hydrogen and embeds itself into a big chunk of frozen seawater? Or is it still in gaseous form so it's basically a bubble thrower? No, now that I think about it, you have no excuses :D Anyway, great mech/drone/whatever (hydrogen launchers excluded) and great dio. 4 points.
Beautiful underwater scene. Love that first shot where its all blue, very nice. The crab/spider mobile is really impressive! And a little frightening, especially that one shot where he is rising up on his hind legs like a hissing tarantula. Great nautic feel, if this is just a taste of things to come, I cant wait to gnaw on the rest of it!
Excellent Hans! I love the fact that it's a teaser for things to come! I too have to rethink my stories for the Devil's Triangle group, but I think this competition has been a well placed diversion and has sparked many ideas in my head for the future!