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NOAS-ST-004 "S-Type mk IV" Production Type
This is the prototype with a few small cosmetic modifications and colored armor.
About this creation
This is by far, my most advanced mecha design yet. It is far beyond even my gundams. It features a sliding knee panel, internal missiles on the legs, upper legs and shoulders, a rotating waist, space for a minifig, the ability to crouch, bending toes among other things. If you are curious about it, definitely have a go at building it. I've included the instructions.

On a separate note, sorry about only having LDD stuff lately. My lego is all in storage so this is the best I can do for the moment. I'll build this one in actuality some day.

Size Comparison: (left to right): S-Type mk IV, S-Type mk III, minifig



Front View



Rear View



Front View: The S-Type mk IV carries a total of 26, multi-range, high yield missiles stored internally in the legs and shoulders.



Top View: Missle Hatches Open



Side View: Missile Hatches Open



Some of the various melee weapons that can be equipped on the S-Type mk IV. (left to right) Sword Breaker (can be divided into two separate swords), Beam Buster Sword, Beam Sabre x 2, Phase Transition Blade



Some of the various melee weapons that can be equipped on the S-Type mk IV. (left to right) Sword Breaker (shown here as two separate swords), Beam Buster Sword, Beam Sabre x 2, Phase Transition Blade



Front View: Running with Beam Buster Sword



Rear View: Running with Beam Buster Sword



Front View: Leaping with Beam Buster Sword



Front View: Leaping with Beam Buster Sword



Front View: Leaping with Beam Buster Sword



Front View: Leaping with Beam Buster Sword



Front View: Leaping with Beam Buster Sword




Variant Models:

Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom"



Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" equipped with optional Sword Breaker and Beam Close-In Weapons System (CIWS).



Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" equipped with optional Dual Phase Transition Cannons and Shoulder Shields.



Rear View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" equipped with optional Dual Phase Transition Cannons and Shoulder Shields.



Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration. Its aramament consists of 14 remotely controlled Phase Transition Blades, 7 on each binder. This configuration is heavily borrowed from the GNT-0000 00 Qan[T] Gundam from the Gundam 00: Awakening of the Trailblazer theatrical movie.



Top View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration.



Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration. In additon to their use as remote weapons, the phase blades can be used in conjunction with one another as a devastating phase transition cannon, when attached to the binders.



Front View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration. Cannon mode.



Rear View: S-Type mk IVA "Mithryl Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration. Cannon mode.



Front View: S-Type mk IVB "Solus Custom"



Front View: S-Type mk IVB "Solus Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration.



Front View: S-Type mk IVB "Solus Custom" in its "Full Sabre" configuration. Cannon mode.



Front View: S-Type mk IVB "Solus Custom" outfitted with a custom beam buster sword and unique wrist mounted quad beam cannon array.



Top View: S-Type mk IVC. An experimental unit testing a next-generation power-plant and armor type.



Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  February 1, 2013
Cool! I could tell from the descriptions in your MOCs that you have somewhat of a story going on, I just never knew exactly what. May I suggest making a/few MOC(s) to detail this story? I think something similar to what I have done with my Back Stories/History folder would do nicely. Unless it is mentioned in your MOCs, I had no clue that NORD and NOAY existed. But I am glad that you decided on a uniformed name for your Mecha, and I look forward to more creations!
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  January 31, 2013
Quoting TF Twitch I remember where the term "NOAS" comes from: your home page! It states "Neo-Origin Armored Systems by Mithryl Altaire". So since this is under the "Neo-Origin Mecha" folder, I figured that the "NOAS" in the mecha's name meant that it was an "Armored System."
NOAS, in my storyline is a company that produces advanced war machinery for the Neo-Origin race. They are a subsidiary of Neo-Origin Research and Development (NORD), and one that focuses on producing Mecha and Tanks, but mostly mecha these days (literally, they are producing armored units, hence the company name). NORD also includes subsidiaries as Neo-Origin Drive Yards (NODY), that produce starships and starfighters and various other agricultural, military, civilian and commercial companies. Think of them as the Anaheim Electronics of my storyline world. My page focuses on mecha, so you will only see NOAS' products here. So, even though the company is named that, I never really intended for the mecha that are produced by them to be called armored systems--until now. I still think that is a phenomenal name for mecha, and will definitely be using it from now on.
 I like it 
  January 30, 2013
I remember where the term "NOAS" comes from: your home page! It states "Neo-Origin Armored Systems by Mithryl Altaire". So since this is under the "Neo-Origin Mecha" folder, I figured that the "NOAS" in the mecha's name meant that it was an "Armored System."
 I like it 
  January 20, 2013
I know the feeling since I am in a similar situation. I am currently deployed to Durkadurkastan, so I have no access to real bricks. But when I get back I want to upload some real brick MOCs and order parts to create ones that I have uploaded here. How fun is creating mechas in real bricks?
 I made it 
  January 19, 2013
I will definitely be rolling out new things, not just updating the old. But some of my old ones really do deserve an update--many of them were made back when I was still figuring out how LDD worked. I can do a lot better now. But the good news is, that in a couple of months, I'll have my lego back again, and then I will be making actual MOCs again, not just virtual ones.
Quoting TF Twitch I figured that is what NOAS stood for: Neo-Origin Armor System. I think that term was used in one of your other MOCs, I cannot remember at the moment. I am very excited about the Freedom Gundam, mainly because I cannot for the life of me figure out how to do the cannons that sit in/on/with the wings. I love that design, that is one feature I love about Freedom. And looking at pictures on Gundam Wiki does no good, either. But I am definitely looking forward to your new stuff, even if it is revising old creations. And good to know that you are still alive. But anyways, the exterior parts of this helped out a lot, especially since I wanted to do a Mobile Suit without skirt armor.
 I like it 
  January 19, 2013
I figured that is what NOAS stood for: Neo-Origin Armor System. I think that term was used in one of your other MOCs, I cannot remember at the moment. I am very excited about the Freedom Gundam, mainly because I cannot for the life of me figure out how to do the cannons that sit in/on/with the wings. I love that design, that is one feature I love about Freedom. And looking at pictures on Gundam Wiki does no good, either. But I am definitely looking forward to your new stuff, even if it is revising old creations. And good to know that you are still alive. But anyways, the exterior parts of this helped out a lot, especially since I wanted to do a Mobile Suit without skirt armor.
 I made it 
  January 19, 2013
Quoting TF Twitch I like this one! It has proven to be very inspirational. I love the overall design and how it flows. The modularity of this is great as well. I love having options and being able to customize instead of having a sole set of weapons. This Mobile Suit, I mean "Armor System", is really great!
You know? I never really realized that before. I always just called them mechs, or mecha, not armor systems. But thats kind of cool. I think that I'll be using that from now on. Thanks Twitch! By the way, stay tuned! I've been a bit busy buying a house this last few weeks, so I haven't had time to finish up the freedom gundam, but I'm still not done with it! Once I'm done with the freedom gundam, then I am going back and fixing my 00Qan[T], but then after that, the S-Type 5 Production Type will be on the horizon--it will be similar to this one, but built off of my newer frame, which will make it 100% improved over this one. If you're planning to use this model at all, I would highly recommend holding off until you see the new one first, as it will blow this one away.
 I like it 
  January 19, 2013
I like this one! It has proven to be very inspirational. I love the overall design and how it flows. The modularity of this is great as well. I love having options and being able to customize instead of having a sole set of weapons. This Mobile Suit, I mean "Armor System", is really great!
 I made it 
  January 22, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. This looks so cool! I like the different swords and packs on this one! nice work!
Thanks, this is my favorite of all my builds, but I guess my ideas of what looks good in a mech are off somehow, because no one seems to really like the ones that I do.
  January 22, 2011
This looks so cool! I like the different swords and packs on this one! nice work!
 I made it 
  October 17, 2010
Quoting Marcus Jackson Very nice coloration here. By the way, which gundams are you working on? I'm doing the seravee myself.
Gundam Heavyarms Custom from Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz
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  October 17, 2010
Very nice coloration here. By the way, which gundams are you working on? I'm doing the seravee myself.
 I made it 
  October 16, 2010
Quoting M<0><0>DSWIM ! Great work, as always, and a VAST improvement over the last design! Can't wait to see the "real" version of this.
Me too! It will be a while before any new physical lego graces my page, unfortunately. But I do have loads of great stuff in the works. This is just a warm-up. I'm still just learning how to use LDD properly. I've got two or three gundams in the works, plus a couple of other mecha. Good times!
Mithryl Altaire
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Chris Kruining
  October 15, 2010
realy nice i like the sword and you schould check out my update of bthe eagle to
 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
Great work, as always, and a VAST improvement over the last design! Can't wait to see the "real" version of this.
 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
Exellent work, this is great!
  October 15, 2010
All right I see what happens. By the way I wanted to put a sigfig of you in the shots with Pyromancer but I have no idea what it would look like. With my luck I probably don't have the parts anyway. I still have a whole second set of pics to post that I'll get up in a few days. If I posted them all at one time, it would been just too much to take in at one time.
 I made it 
  October 15, 2010
Quoting Mike Johnson I'll give it a shot but I think something went wrong when I tried to download LDD initially. I may by good with LEGO but unfortunately not so good with computers. Most of these youngsters can run rings around me with what they can do. I'm still trying to catch up.
I know what you mean. I tried using the other one, Lego CAD--its impossible for me to figure out. I need something a bit more user friendly. But there are kids on here that make all sorts of things using it.
  October 15, 2010
I'll give it a shot but I think something went wrong when I tried to download LDD initially. I may by good with LEGO but unfortunately not so good with computers. Most of these youngsters can run rings around me with what they can do. I'm still trying to catch up.
 I made it 
  October 15, 2010
Quoting Mike Johnson I have no doubt this will look great once you bring it to life. Unfortunately my computer and LDD don't get along so I can't download the instructions. That's okay, when I get into the mood I'll just try to build based on the pics and I'm sure it will mutate into something else that will hopefully be almost as good!
My computer and LDD didn't get along until I raised the compatibility mode in the Preferences menu to 100%. Maybe try that?
 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
I have no doubt this will look great once you bring it to life. Unfortunately my computer and LDD don't get along so I can't download the instructions. That's okay, when I get into the mood I'll just try to build based on the pics and I'm sure it will mutate into something else that will hopefully be almost as good!
 I made it 
  October 15, 2010
Quoting Jason Dominguez Looks good and sturdy to me. Another in a fine tradition of mobile suits.
I always try to make my mecha sturdy so that they can be played with. Even though this one is in LDD, I was very careful to make sure that it would be something that used real parts and that could stand up normally in real life. I can't wait until I can break out my lego again and actually build this one.
 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
Looks good and sturdy to me. Another in a fine tradition of mobile suits.
 
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