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The Wasp
This is a LEGO mech shaped like a wasp, part of my Anti-Insectoid set of customs.
About this creation
The Story (created by myself):
In the years following the Great Civil War between the Unitron Empire and the Explorien Frontier, Earth and its conquered planets were left open for attack by forces from outside their galaxy. These forces came in the form of the UFOs. Using advanced technology, not to mention the bizarre biology of their species, which gave some telekinetic abilities and some the ability to shape-shift, the UFO forces almost wiped out the human race. Unfortunately for the leader of the UFO forces, Emperor Zegaldorph, their old enemies, the Insectoids, had followed them. In the great three-sided war that followed, many Insectoids, Extraterrestrials, and humans died. In the end, thanks to the heroics of the remaining Exploriens and Unitrons, the UFOs were forced to retreat. But, their forces being far less depleted, the Insectoids stayed behind... and began attacking Earth in the place of the UFOs. In desperation, Rick, leader of the Unitrons, formed an elite corps of fighters to defend Earth against the Insectoids... the Anti-Insectoids.

Pilot: Grimm IV

Capacity: 1 person

Armaments: 1 Energy-Overloading stinger, 2 Machineguns, 2 Turbolasers, 2 Concussion Missiles, 2 Light Rockets

Top Speed: 180 mph

Extra Information: The AAV-AI5 Wasp is the newest and most high-tech of the Anti-Insectoid vehicles. It is armed to the teeth (though insects don't have teeth), lightning fast, heavily armored, and packed with special features. It is piloted by Grimm IV, the only one of the many Grimm-clones who ever turned to the side of good. For more information on the Grimm-clones, see my Grimm's Army section. The first special feature of the Wasp is its stinger, which is similar to the Mosquito's proboscis. The only difference is that instead of sucking energy out of a vehicle, it pumps it in. It overloads and fries enemy ships (or pilots or infantry) with electrical energy. The head of the Wasp also detaches if things get too hot, and it is a combat effective vehicle in itself, though it will not fly for long before running out of fuel. The strangest special feature, however, is the Wasp's capability to detach its legs and use them as a separate vehicle. Since the wasp can barely drag its whole body across the land, this is very useful if the pilot is forced to crawl instead of fly. The vehicle leaves the pilot exposed to enemy fire, but the mechanical legs are very tough and powerful, and it is extremely fast. Its longer front legs (actually the back legs of the Wasp when whole) can smash infantry into a pulpy mush, and crush vehicles while the small armor-piercing Light Rockets blast them apart.

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   The Wasp while landed. As you can see, the turbolasers cannot be fired unless the head is raised a little. The rear-firing Light Rockets can also be seen near the back of the Wasp's thorax.



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   Another image of the Wasp... You can see here that the ship has two pairs of wings, one small and one large, like any self-respecting Hymenopteran (the order of insects to which wasps, bees, and hornets belong) would!



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   Cool looking, isn't it?



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   Here is a shot of the wasp's tail. The wicked stinger pierces the hull of an enemy ship... or infantry... and sends a surge of electrical power coursing through it! The end result is a charred heap of slag... or a corpse...



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   The Wasp is shown here in its strange stinging attack position. In this position, flight reverts entirely to the power of the stolen Insectoid wings, leaving the afterburner boosters to maneuver the stinger in for the strike.



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   The head detaches in dire situations... It can fly separately, and is still quite combat effective with its concussion missiles and machineguns.



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   This is the Wasp's strangest feature... the legs detach to become a land vehicle!



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   The land vehicle is lightly armed and walks somewhat like an ape. It leaves the pilot vulnerable, however.



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   Here, an unfortunate Insectoid is being pummeled to death.



Comments

 I like it 
  May 10, 2011
EPIC! I love it! It's so COOOOOL!!!!
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  October 29, 2008
This is my favourite of your anti-insectoids models.
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  October 3, 2008
Awsome man!Check out My page
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  March 20, 2008
I looked over the anti-insectoids, and think this one is the coolest. Your comics are hilarious. And, is it just me, or does the guy with the cloak on the front of so you want to be an adventurer look like Kir Kanos?
 I like it 
  March 20, 2008
I looked over the anti-insectoids, and think this one is the coolest. Your comics are hilarious. And, is it just me, or does the guy with the cloak on the front of so you want to be an adventurer look like Kir Kanos?
 I like it 
  December 29, 2007
Once again another great moc from you creativity.I'm planning to make my own versian of the anti-insectiods eventually.
 I like it 
  January 28, 2007
all anti-insectoids are awesome. this is my second favorite. color scheme is great. design is great - it really looks like a wasp. detatchable head and land vehicle are totally rad.
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  January 9, 2005
Sweet! It really looks like a wasp.
 
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