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Mobile Suit Test Facility; Epsilon Seven
Earlier in the day, Dr. Whackemoff revealed the W.D.J.M.S. 1 to S.I.D.’s commanding officer Colonel Nikolas Kamirzakoff and agent Kurzdan Dalkeinus. We pick up the conservation here. BUILDER’S NOTE: My original plan was to include the bay with the unveiling of the mech but I soon discovered that if I did that then there would have well been over a hundred pictures to view and enough text to make anybody feel like they’re reading “War and Peace!” So in order to preserve what little remains of our collective sanities, here is part two to the unveiling of my newest MOC. Enjoy!
About this creation

Here we see the bay where the W.D.J.M.S. 1 is stored and maintained.

In this shot we see the mobile work platforms that can be driven into any needed position for repairs on the W.D.J.M.S. 1.

The platforms are raised and lowered using hydraulic pistons and the platform's angle can altered so it is always level while parked on an uneven surface.

Various tools are stored on the platforms to maximize efficiency and minimize repair time.

Two banks of computers monitor all vital parameters of the W.D.J.M.S. 1 before, during and after each mission.

Next to the control center is the storage bin for the Thor BFG. By using such a large cage design, the Thor will not fall and cause any accidental damage or injuries should the facility suffer any damage from an enemy attack or a natural disaster.

Here are the heat and cooling transfer conduits and power converter system (okay, okay the red and blue things are actually the energy beams for the sabers. I had to store them somewhere didn't I?).

This is a close-up shot of the pilots personal lift to the cockpit. It's controlled by the control center.

This is a shot of the weapons rack for the secondary weapons. It's pretty simple but it gets the job done.

And now fully stocked. The two drums in the foreground are storage containers and the big round thing in back is the droid recharger.

Here's an extra shot of the rifle bin holding the Thor.

Dr. W.: “Ah Colonel and Kurzdan too, I’m so glad you both could come to the Epsilon Seven battlemech research facility.”
Col.: “Well it’s been some time since you showcased any new designs. I was beginning to think you had retired suddenly without informing me. That wouldn’t be good.”
Dr. W.: “Relax Colonel relax, I simply needed some inspiration and I found it thanks to an old friend. Surely you have heard of Mithryl Dlarix?”
Col.: “Of course I do. He’s created a variety of highly specialized, immensely powerful mechs.”
Dr. W.: “Correct but many of his mechs actually fall under the category of ‘Mobile Suits’ which are humanoid shaped war machines inspired by the armor of ancient samurai warriors from feudal Japan. What makes them so deadly is their versatility. No matter how they’re equipped one M.S. is often worth more than a hundred standard issue combat mechs.”

Kurzdan: “Gee Doc. thanks for the history lesson but what does all that have to do with the overgrown pile of lug nuts we’re lookin’ at?”
Natalie: “This pile of ‘lug nuts’ as you so eloquently put it is actually a fully functioning Mobile Suit. In fact what you’re looking at is the Whackemoff-Dlarix Joint Mobile Suit One or as I call her, Pyromancer.”

Dr. W.: “Thank you my dear. Gentlemen let me introduce to you Natalie O’ Rourke, the pilot of the W.D.J.M.S. 1 and over here is Rupert Thornsberry, he’s one of Dlarix’s top engineers and a great second hand, get it haha.”
Rupert: “It’s a pleasure to meet you. I was sent along to ensure that any modifications needed for the Generation Mark Three frame would function with the Doctor’s intended M.S. specs. Believe me it’s a good thing I came along. With as many changes that have been made, otherwise this M.S. would still be a pile of spare parts scattered all over the bay. By the way those droids you procured have been most useful in performing routine maintenance duties around here.”
Dr. W.: “Well once I reprogrammed them with some quality A.I. patterns and ditched all that combat schlock in their CPU’s they proved most capable indeed.”

Col.: “Dr. Whackemoff where did these droids come from? I didn’t receive any requisition orders for maintenance droids.”
Dr. W.: “Oh I got them from a yard sale. This bug-eyed guy said that he was part of some federated trade group or whatever and I got them for almost a song.

Technician Yaw Vole: “Doctor, all readings are green, we can launch whenever you are ready.”
Dr. W.: “Thank you Yaw Vole. Natalie would be so kind as to give Kurzdan here a closer look at the Mobile Suit while I talk to the Colonel?”
Natalie: “It would be a pleasure.”

While every one else is chatting, one of the service droids monitors the power converter chamber, or maybe he's just warming up a can of 40-weight for his 15 minute oil break!

Another shot of the pilot lift. The gleam of Natalie's helmet is sublime here.

Natalie leads Kurzdan over to the pilot loading platform while Dr. W. and the Col. continue their private discussion.

Natalie: “Care to give a girl a lift big boy.” She coos in a soft, coy tone.
Kurzdan: “Come again?”
Natalie: Giggle, “This is the pilot’s access platform. Come on get up here already.”

Natalie: “So how long have you been working with the Colonel.”
Kurzdan: “It seems like an eternity.”

Natalie: “Hey you want to get together later. I'm simply dying for some conversation with someone other than a techno-geek!”
Kurzdan: “I'm not much of a talker.”

Natalie: “Oh come on, it'll be good for both of us I'm sure. By the way could ya' grab my helmet.”
Kurzdan: “All right, I'll think about it.”
Natalie: “Thanks.”

Natalie: “Well, wish me luck. See you later bunkie!”
Kurzdan: “BUNKIE!”
Is this the smoldering scent of romance in the air or just an overcooked bean and cheese burrito? We'll simply have to wait and see.

Meanwhile back to the show. This a prime shot of the cockpit showing the controls and ocular interface.

As we see Natalie fits in as snug as a bug in a rug. That's a lot of rhyming.

Now we're playing peek-a-boo 'Eye' see you as the head/hatch lowers into locking position.

Heads up.

Lock down complete.

Preparing to launch, all systems are a go.

Once the mobile platforms are clear, the W.D.J.M.S. 1 is cleared to move.

Hmmm, which should she choose?

Maybe the pistol.

Perhaps the cannon.

Or possibly the beam sabers, there just so sparkly!

A saber in the hand is worth two sliced up mechs in a molten heap of slag!

There ain't nothing like being fast on the draw.

Hey Nattie get your gun!

Locked and loaded.

Ready to take care of business.

Maintenance Droid 1: “Man this is the sweetest gig we ever had!”
Maintenance Droid 2: “No kidding, all we have to do is keep the big guy spiffy.”
Maintenance Droid 3: “Not to mention the worst we get is occasional yelled at instead of shot at with blasters or sliced and diced with personal beam sabers.”

Maintenance Droid 2: “See even the vacuum bot agree with us. I never want to leave!”

A parting shot of our cast and crew. Row 1; Colonel Nikolas Kamirzakoff, Kurzdan Dalkeinus, Natalie O’ Rourke, Dr. Whackemoff and the Vortex vacuum bots on each end. Row 2; Rupert Thornsberry, Technician Yaw Vole, and Maintenance Droids 1-6 on both sides. Row 3; W.D.J.M.S. 1 aka Pyromancer.
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Comments

 I like it 
  March 1, 2012
oh woooow... this, here, is incredible. that gun looks like it could blow out a Mech Battle Suit's midsection in one shot...
 I made it 
  January 11, 2011
Quoting Tom Nelson Great story, like the weapons and the Hardsuit great work!!
Thanks for the nod. There are more pics and technical data on another MOC if your interested. Also take a peek at my other stuff if you feel like, free of charge!
 I like it 
  January 11, 2011
Great story, like the weapons and the Hardsuit great work!!
 I made it 
  December 31, 2010
Quoting Rex David i agree with you mike yeah its simple but unique,great build!
Thanks for the feedback and feel free to take a look at my other builds if you like.
 I like it 
  December 31, 2010
i agree with you mike yeah its simple but unique,great build!
 I made it 
  November 14, 2010
Quoting Mattia Del Rosso This mech is fantastic! His gun is huge and I also like the minifig team. Very well build! P.S. when you've time, have a look at my updated ISCS Slug. I followed your hints and made a stronger arm and stronger legs
Thanks for the comments. The team may seem like a small detail to some but I feel it really brings the whole set to life.
 I like it 
  November 14, 2010
This mech is fantastic! His gun is huge and I also like the minifig team. Very well build! P.S. when you've time, have a look at my updated ISCS Slug. I followed your hints and made a stronger arm and stronger legs
 I made it 
  November 2, 2010
Quoting Berial . That's some very good stuff you have there brow,keep it up!
Thank you as well. Now I have to figure out what to try next. I have some older stuff I might post just to clear out the attic so to speak. We'll see what happens after that.
 I like it 
  October 31, 2010
That's some very good stuff you have there brow,keep it up!
 I made it 
  October 27, 2010
Quoting Cody G Very nice, I love all the details!
Thanks, now I simply have to make the next one even better.
 I made it 
  October 27, 2010
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix Gundam 00 is easily one of the better Gundam shows in my estimation. I highly recommend trying to watch it where possible. As to the actual model I'm working on, here is the link to the source material I am using: http://gundam.wikia.com/wiki/GNT-0000_Qan(T). Its a pretty challenging design. As to upgrades, I know how you feels about that. With my mech designs, its always refine, refine, refine. Then when I am satisfied, then I move on to a new model. Sometimes it takes three or four upgrades before I am happy. Often the upgrades are radically different between versions. Experiment with a wide variety of designs and payloads (most importantly payloads.).
After getting a look at that, At least I know that I'm watching the second season because the Gundams are taking on the A-Laws at this point. As far as the new design, I'll let you have first crack at that one and as far as payloads for my next unit, we'll see where the parts take me.
 I like it 
  October 27, 2010
Very nice, I love all the details!
 I like it 
  October 27, 2010
Gundam 00 is easily one of the better Gundam shows in my estimation. I highly recommend trying to watch it where possible. As to the actual model I'm working on, here is the link to the source material I am using: http://gundam.wikia.com/wiki/GNT-0000_Qan(T). Its a pretty challenging design. As to upgrades, I know how you feels about that. With my mech designs, its always refine, refine, refine. Then when I am satisfied, then I move on to a new model. Sometimes it takes three or four upgrades before I am happy. Often the upgrades are radically different between versions. Experiment with a wide variety of designs and payloads (most importantly payloads.).
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix You live and you learn. Thanks for the comments on the Alter: Wrath. It was more or less just built for fun. I'm working on the Gundam 00Qan [T] from the Gundam 00 Theatrical Movie right now, which will be a bit more impressive than the Alter: Wrath. You got any new builds/upgrades of builds in the works?
Well you certainly know more about Gundam than I do. Right now the only one know I is the series on the SyFy cable channel on Monday evenings. It's Gundam 00 but I'm not exactly where it is in the overall storyline. All that really matters is that the combination of your designs and me getting caught up in the show is what led me to build Pyromancer in the first place. I haven't started any new builds yet although I plan a second version once I figure out what colors and modifications I might do. I also have a bunch of oddball things I might decide to post for the heck of it down the road.
 I like it 
  October 26, 2010
You live and you learn. Thanks for the comments on the Alter: Wrath. It was more or less just built for fun. I'm working on the Gundam 00Qan [T] from the Gundam 00 Theatrical Movie right now, which will be a bit more impressive than the Alter: Wrath. You got any new builds/upgrades of builds in the works?
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio The BFG is wonderful, and this was a very nice page altogether :)
Thanks Yuri. I have to thank Hans for the terrific yet incredibly simple way to improve my pictures. It never even occurred to me to use this setting til now. I wish this choice was the default setting for uploading pictures because I believe if all of my MOC's were this size they would have a lot more recognition. Oh well, no use crying over spilled pixils.
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens hahahaha, thgis is off the scales awesome. That gun is just rippa!
I'm glad you like it too. Don't forget to take a peek at the Pyromancer MOC as well. I'm sure you'll like what's there too!
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting MR. LEGO NICE! I love the crane things! 5/5!
Thanks as well. They make the whole facility more credible as a test/repair bay for the mech.
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix Awesome job on this--the set is great, and you pack so much detail into everything. You know what my favorite things were, besides the mech? The little mobile platform thingies that raise up--those were too cool. They seriously need to make more appearances in the future.
Thanks again, I got the idea from those mobile scaffolds used to repair the exteriors of buildings. Now I need to design more compact models that fold up more neatly when lowered.
 I made it 
  October 26, 2010
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J If the mech needs a gun rack, that must be one massive gun, hehe! Great work!
Thanks, like they always say, "the bigger the better!"
 I like it 
  October 26, 2010
The BFG is wonderful, and this was a very nice page altogether :)
 I like it 
  October 26, 2010
hahahaha, thgis is off the scales awesome. That gun is just rippa!
 I like it 
  October 22, 2010
NICE! I love the crane things! 5/5!
 I like it 
  October 22, 2010
Awesome job on this--the set is great, and you pack so much detail into everything. You know what my favorite things were, besides the mech? The little mobile platform thingies that raise up--those were too cool. They seriously need to make more appearances in the future.
 I like it 
  October 22, 2010
If the mech needs a gun rack, that must be one massive gun, hehe! Great work!
 I made it 
  October 22, 2010
Quoting El Barto ! Killer! Lots of great stuff here!
That's why I decided to do two separate MOC's. It was simply too much for one MOC in my head.
 I made it 
  October 22, 2010
Quoting Gregory the hippo Who eats cOws HOLY CROW THATS REALLY GOOD! Nice work!
Thanks for the nod.
 I like it 
  October 22, 2010
Killer! Lots of great stuff here!
 I like it 
  October 22, 2010
HOLY CROW THATS REALLY GOOD! Nice work!
 
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