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Veximal
FINALLY. This has only been sitting on my desk for the last 3 months...
About this creation


An ancient Battle Titan-Racer of ages long since faded into dust, Veximal left Veloco-Nui almost nine hundred years ago. Although his name has since faded into the mists of history, he was once the most feared of the Titan-Racers to ever compete in the Artakha Cup.



Veximal's armor is reputed to be the toughest ever produced for a racer. Fully sheathed in Proto-Ceramic armor, he relied on pure hitting power to win his battle races.




Naturally, the armor made Veximal extremely heavy, meaning that modifications to his engines were required. The hugely boosted engines were some of the most powerful of his day (though they pale in comparison to modern Bio-Racer motors).



With such powerful, advanced engines, Veximal had to link his mind with the engine controls via a series of steel cables. These cables formed a weak point of his, and were therefore shielded with weak energy fields.



Huge cooling systems and fuel tanks lined Veximal's back. Without the cooling systems, the heavy armor would cause Veximal to overheat after only a single lap, as he learned to his cost during his first Artakha Cup race.



Before the introduction of advanced weapons, Battle Titans were forced to rely on light kinetic weapons and close combat weapons. Veximal's chief armament consisted of a pair of chatterguns on his forearms, and a powerful energy blade, which he relied on to rip into opponents' exposed backs with savage glee.



Veximal may have earned a reputation as a brute warrior with no finesse, but the truth is far more sinister. It is rumored that during Veximal's time in Veloco-Nui, he was subtly planting thoughts into the heads of certain race officials. Though the officials were later examined at length, no trace of mental tampering was discovered. However, the Chronicler of Veloco-Nui maintains that this was intentional, and that Veximal plans to use these implanted officials in the future...



Recently, Veximal was spotted on a ship bound for Veloco-Nui. Enforcers of the racing continent rushed to the vessel to intercept him, but he was nowhere to be found. However, the witnesses who claim to have seen Veximal say that his engines look as if they have been upgraded, crudely, but effectively.



The giant arch on his back creates a mid-level energy field across Veximal's vulnerable back. The cooling systems and fuel tanks would be an excellent target for a well placed missile, but the shields can deflect most warheads away magnetically. However, they are of no use against close combat weapons, something which Veximal is always mindful of.



Veximal's helmet contains a series of optical systems which allow him to accurately gauge the distance to a target. This, combined with Veximal's uncanny ability to predict the arc of his shots, allows the Battle Titan to drill a kinetic round into a target from almost a half-kaalon.



Once the greatest of Battle Titans, and now no more than a rumor, Veximal continues to be an elusive figure in Veloco-Nui's Chronicles. Whatever his intentions, it is clear from recent reports that he has indeed returned to his racing homeland, and is upgraded to compete with modern Bio-Racers. He may not be the most powerful racer any longer, but he has millennia of experience to draw on.


Fourth wall:
WELL. I've had Veximal's armless, headless torso sitting on my desk since before Christmas. Thanks to a few of my friends and their thoughtful Christmas gifts, I was able to get the parts I needed to finish the job. Since then, I've been hoping to find pistons SOMEWHERE. Unfortunately, there are no sets with pistons in my entire city. So I went without.
Also, thanks to Ryan (Fuzz E.) for coming along and reminding me that Veximal needed to be posted.
Finally, thanks to all of you who have added to the Bio-Racer universe. It's been humbling to see all of the incredible ideas which have come from the brighter builders on the 'Pages.
Till next time,
Greyhein



Comments

  July 14, 2012
Man, where were you when I was looking for good mocs? Great job here, the greebling rocks. nice job on motd.
  October 31, 2010
really cool.2 things about him. how did you make the head? and the left hand looks a bit weird. other than that its really cool especially the chest. also could you please check mine out. i just uploaded it and i want to know what you think about it
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  August 12, 2010
I am looking forward to a remake of Veximal like the one that you described in the summary
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  June 30, 2010
*meep*
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  April 18, 2010
this is awesome one of the best mocs ive seen. good job. have a look at my mocs if you get the time. amazed at how tall he is. r u going to make more like veximal?
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  April 7, 2010
awesome titan,good details is realy amazing
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  April 7, 2010
awesome titan,good details is realy amazing
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  April 6, 2010
Quoting Fuzz-E (Ryan Z.) As I look at it now, why the white head?
My "official" explanation is that I wanted to make the head stand out, and that the parts I needed to use for it only came in white. The real reason is I had no black or metru red left to build a head :P
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  April 6, 2010
Schweet! You know I had one almost ready, but it has become something so completely different that it will go into a "Spastle" system MOC? lol!
  April 6, 2010
As I look at it now, why the white head? The tires seem little small too. My previous rating stands though. 5/5! :D
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  April 4, 2010
Awesomeness for life! This baby just looks carnivorous and dangerous!
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  April 4, 2010
AWESOME!!!!
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  April 4, 2010
dude everything on the MOC is excellent!
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  April 4, 2010
amazing!
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  April 4, 2010
Excellent! The head is just great, the bley pieces in the chest just flow, and the legs are awesomely chunky. The connection between the torso and arms is a little spacey but it's not a big problem. 5/5. :D
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  April 4, 2010
Well, at least I had a week or two of Telossen being the biggest Bio-Racer. :) I love the ancient, rusty look of Veximal compared to the sleek F1-ishness of the others.
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  April 4, 2010
Quoting Berial . What an amazing moc!So impressive,so bold,so imposing!Man,im stuned,this is certainly one of your best works!How tow is he?I'm gessing 50 to 65 cm.Take a look at my newest mocs whenever you can.
Thanks Berial, coming from a builder as talented as you, that means a lot :) He's about 55 cm tall.
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  April 3, 2010
Excellent
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  April 3, 2010
What an amazing moc!So impressive,so bold,so imposing!Man,im stuned,this is certainly one of your best works!How tow is he?I'm gessing 50 to 65 cm.Take a look at my newest mocs whenever you can.
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  April 3, 2010
Quoting Harvey Cu That's one cool ORIGINAL bio racer creation. I love it especially the use of the skopio threads. Oh btw, how come I missed this from the bionicle page here at mocpages? Only saw this when it was posted at Bionicle Display...
My mistake, Harvey. In my excitement to get this posted, I forgot to label this as a Bionicle creation. Thanks for the heads-up.
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  April 3, 2010
That's one cool ORIGINAL bio racer creation. I love it especially the use of the skopio threads. Oh btw, how come I missed this from the bionicle page here at mocpages? Only saw this when it was posted at Bionicle Display...
 
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