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UGM-7::Medic
We here at XT are proud to release yet another Unmanned Guardian Mech model: the Medic! The Medic uses new, experimental technology directed towards repairing damaged mechs.
About this creation
Name: Medic
Role: Repairing damaged mechs, light coverfire
Tonnage: 10.2 (without weapons), 10.8 (with weapons)
Weapons: Alumatec H-class rifle (adapted to be mounted on XTpack)
Additional Equipment: XT N-1 Reviver gun (BETA)



The Medic's armor is rounded in many places as this helps for damaged mechs to be able to recognize the Medic as a help and not just another ordinary troop. As a side note, as of the final release of this mech, all current Xenocron mechs will be receiving an OS update notifying them of this change.



The main feature of the Medic is its experimental Reviver gun. Our XT engineers have long wanted to develop a gun with the capability to repair damaged mechs, but the current technology states had hindered us. Now, we have finally found a way to make this dream a reality. The Reviver gun uses particle-wave technologies that produce a semi-solid polymer gel that suits as replacement armor over areas that have been damaged. This material won't increase the overall effectiveness of the armor, and if the mech were to be hit in the same spot, it would likely take more damage, but it works as a space-filler.



Here you can see a friendly UXM-1.T Harbinger being repaired by a Medic. Obviously, the material used cannot replace technical equipment such as joints, wires, or any AI related equipment. The material shows up as a light silver and does not take on the mech's coloration.



The Medic is also equipped with an Alumatec H-class back-mounted rifle, used mainly in self defense if the enemy is coming too close. This rifle has a small ammo cartridge, as Medics were designed to travel in groups or to be escorted by other, more heavily armed mechs.



A close up shot of the repaired UXM-1.T Harbinger.

My Notes: Okay, I'll admit that this technology for repairing mechs is a bit ambitious. I'd like to know what you think about it in the comments. Also, this is the second to last of the UGM-7 models I'll be releasing. You can expect the final model out this Saturday (12/17/11). As always, please comment/rate, and enjoy the MOC! :)


Building instructions
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Comments

 I made it 
  February 28, 2012
Quoting LTE CEO of MMWI k, so I want to ask your permission for a little "project" I've been working on. I call it the "Anti-Medic" project, a mecha built to look like a Medic, but is in reality an assassin attempting to disrupt enemy unit reuse/reconstruction. Is it okay if I post it? I don't use your UGM-7 frame, so it's more original than it sounds.
Hmm, sounds fine with me, so long as if you use any details from this unit, you give credit to me where credit is due. Other than that, you should be fine. :)
  February 28, 2012
k, so I want to ask your permission for a little "project" I've been working on. I call it the "Anti-Medic" project, a mecha built to look like a Medic, but is in reality an assassin attempting to disrupt enemy unit reuse/reconstruction. Is it okay if I post it? I don't use your UGM-7 frame, so it's more original than it sounds.
  December 16, 2011
ah, gotcha. yeah, that's a good point.
 I made it 
  December 16, 2011
Quoting arik lego awesome! repairing armor plating? that's an issue I've been trying to solve for months! gel armor... that's just brilliant. however, there are some apparent issues. first of all, it can't repair any of the Mech's vital internal systems, and those are the key things it needs. second, the gel is obviously not going to be nearly as sturdy as the metal armor plating it's replacing. my suggestions on how to fix those problems? well, for number one you could probably equip it with some spare wiring to replace damaged ones, as well as a fusion cutter or some other welding tool. for number two? ...umm, I have no clue how you'd do that, other than completely replacing a Mech's armor plating. I'll think about it.
I didn't want the Reviver to be too powerful. If it could replace internal systems, then it would mean never-dying mechs all around. And if the gel armor was as powerful/more powerful than the stuff it was replacing, what would stop me from remaking all the mechs with that material as armor? The Reviver was mainly designed to be used on heavier armored mechs, since they take less damage and thus would be perfect to use as a proverbial shield.
 I like it 
  December 16, 2011
Just don't steal said Russian man's sandvich. =D
BiO.Andrew (Slenderman is watching yoo...)
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  December 15, 2011
Nice work this variant. However, I have the sudden urge to follow a large Russian man all of the sudden.... I wonder why.
BiO.Andrew (Slenderman is watching yoo...)
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  December 15, 2011
All I play as in that game is Scout, Sniper, And Medic. Whatever one is not filled upon entering the match.
BiO.Andrew (Slenderman is watching yoo...)
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  December 15, 2011
Quoting JakTheMad JTM Email
Hey Man, I sent you an Email, did you receive it?
 I like it 
  December 15, 2011
Great as always Andrew, really like the concept you have here for a temporary battle repair, its very believable (that always scores points with me)
  December 15, 2011
Okay, i get it now!
 I made it 
  December 15, 2011
Quoting Richie "Richie2571" Collins I Like the Semi-Solid Polymer Armor Patch thing. If only they (as in ppl in RL) could do the same thing with skin/flesh. I get The feeling your going to do a comic or something... [Quoting Hump-Free] A... Large... Russian... Man..? Say What? What the heck are you talking about? I make absolutely no connection.... :/
That would be quite interesting if it could happen IRL. I wasn't actually thinking of doing a comic, mainly because I don't do environments very well... Oh, and the "Large Russian Man" thing is a reference to the game Team Fortress 2, where, as the Medic, you are a Heavy's best friend (large Russian) and oftentimes stand behind him while healing.
 I like it 
  December 15, 2011
I Like the Semi-Solid Polymer Armor Patch thing. If only they (as in ppl in RL) could do the same thing with skin/flesh. I get The feeling your going to do a comic or something... [Quoting Hump-Free] A... Large... Russian... Man..? Say What? What the heck are you talking about? I make absolutely no connection.... :/
  December 15, 2011
awesome! repairing armor plating? that's an issue I've been trying to solve for months! gel armor... that's just brilliant. however, there are some apparent issues. first of all, it can't repair any of the Mech's vital internal systems, and those are the key things it needs. second, the gel is obviously not going to be nearly as sturdy as the metal armor plating it's replacing. my suggestions on how to fix those problems? well, for number one you could probably equip it with some spare wiring to replace damaged ones, as well as a fusion cutter or some other welding tool. for number two? ...umm, I have no clue how you'd do that, other than completely replacing a Mech's armor plating. I'll think about it.
 I made it 
  December 15, 2011
Aw yeah, homepage again. :D
  December 15, 2011
I haven't been able to access my email recently, so no.
 I like it 
  December 15, 2011
:D
 I made it 
  December 15, 2011
Quoting Andrew AKA Hump-Free Nice work this variant. However, I have the sudden urge to follow a large Russian man all of the sudden.... I wonder why.
XD I can't believe you managed to draw that connection so darned fast...
 
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