Welcome to T and S Industries. Home to the United States' mechs and hardsuits. Let's take a look at our latest mech, the "Chainsaw."
About this creation
Unlike our other mechs, this is a three story tall mech! Our others were more like hardsuits, so the army asked for a more deadly mech. After a month of planning, we went to work on what would be the biggest mech in the world (at that time). It took five whole months to complete, and I think the army will like it. Although we are still working on a good arm design, I trust that this is a perfect mech! (Well, until a missile hit the window and the whole thing blew up)
(tilt your heads) The bullet proof cockpit.
The 70 m.m. machine gun, capable of firing five round per second. (There are five bullets in each ammo belt.
The extra set of 40 mm rockets.
A cover can go over them to keep them safe from bullet fire.
The second smallest rocket on this mech.
The four main 40 mm rockets. These do not have covers.
The "just in case" rocket. This is filled with a blue chromzine rocket. Chromzine is a rare gas that is deadly when in a rocket. This gas can wipe out a whole city upon impact.
The eight, double barreled machine guns. The guns swivel up and down. The bullets are conceled inside the armor plated feet.
The massive, swiveling saw.
The upper part of the mechs' legs.
(Tilt your heads) Robert (the cocky pilot) saluting an advanced squad of soldiers as he goes off to his latest mission.
Well, I finally posted this. It took me about 24 hours to build! (Time elapsed: three days) I'm not too proud about how the arms turned out, but I ran out of pieces.
You know, you can tilt the pictures...
If you use Windows OS (I don't know how to do this for MACs) Just go to pictures, right click a pic, hit preview, and then there are two arrows at the bottom of the pic, you use those to tilt. Nice mech though, although the arms look a bit skinny...