Invid fight using swarm tactics. If you see one, it is always safe to assume there are many more nearby, waiting in an ambush.
About this creation
Invid Shocktroopers are moreheavily armed, and armored, versions of the Invid Trooper. In addition to their razor sharp claws, Shocktroopers are armed with a pair of Plasma Cannon Pods, which can fire at a single target, or two different targets.
Their behavior is nearly identical to that of the Trooper. This includes burying itself and lying in wait for enemies using Protoculture to pass, and then ambushing said enemies.
Invid Troopers are the mainline fighting mecha used by the Invid. Large and powerful, these mecha are equipped with razor sharp claws that can easily shred UEEF (United Earth Expeditionary Force) Veritechs.
A signiture behavior of Troopers is to bury themselves until unsuspecting Protoculture users passby. Then they burst from the ground in an ambush and wipe out the offenders.
Invid Fighter Scouts are flight capable Invid. These Scouts are armed with a razor sharp pincer on each arm, as well as a pair of light plasma cannons.
Fighter Scouts most typically patrol Invid held areas alongside their counterpart Scouts (Scouts without the plasma cannons), however, they are also used as quick response to enemy movements and assaults. They are also often utilized as support in ambushes, wating for the Troopers to spring their trap before flying in and taking potshots at exposed enemies.
All Invid have a lethal weakness. If you can hit the eye sensor, it is almost always an instant kill as the actual Invid is located nearly directly behind the sensor.
All technical information was derived from Palladium's "Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles" role-playing game book.
Well, the last one was freaking cool, but this my good friend, this is AWESOME! The Invid looks very similar to the original and like I said in the previous model, the curves are insane! Congratulations, you have some real skills in LDD.
Most people (like myself) are far too intimidated by all the curved armor to attempt it, I think. Thats why the Robotech/Mospeada design that I have attempted the most often (and failed the most often) is the Veritech Alpha/Legioss, as it is more angular. You can see the results of this in various Alpha Veritech homages present in my S-Type 3 and 4. By and large though, I think that Mospeada is fairly obscure these days and not many people know about it--which is a shame.