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APMS-1::En Numeri (ENu)
After our customary time-gap between models, Xenocron is proud to finally release the second APMS-1 model: En Numeri! En Numeri means "In Numbers" in Latin, a perfect fit for this mass-produced unit.
About this creation
-Specs--
-Name-- En Numeri (Abbreviated ENu)
-Class-- Soldier class mass-produced mech
-Role-- Coverfire and taking hits
-Tonnage-- 12.6 tons (armor only), 13.9 tons (weaponry and equipment)
-Weapons-- Gradd HAR-P prototype (Heavy Armament Rifle Plasma variant), Gradd PSMG prototype (Plasma Sub-Machine Gun)



For the ENu, XT was challenged by a prominent investor (Gradd Incorporated) to create an APMS-1 variant that can hold fire against mechs surpassing it in size, and at the same time restrict all weaponry to plasma-based prototypes. After several successful battle simulations, we at XT are confident that we have fulfilled the criteria put forth by Gradd.



The HAR-P has a similar rate of fire to the previously introduced HAR-120, but instead has a larger clip size, as is generally the case with plasma batteries. The bolts from the HAR-P explode on impact with a target, and are able to punch a sizable dent (9-12 inches) into a sheet of steel.



The PSMG has a rate of fire of 500 rounds per minute, with a battery life of 300 bolts. Similar to the HAR-P, the PSMG's bolts explode on impact, though they are smaller and don't pack as much damage. The real beauty in the PSMG appeared when XT did tests against larger, piloted mechs, as they were able to cripple important joints with only a few well-aimed shots.



Mass production on ENu units is expected to begin within the next couple months.

My Notes: I'm guessing this is probably the biggest gap I've had between uploading models here. I guess there isn't too much to say, other than I hope you liked this MOC, please rate and comment, and enjoy. :)


Building instructions
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Comments

 I like it 
  July 20, 2012
Very nicely made. It has a good shape and a solid design. Definitely like this! ^Blub^
 I like it 
  July 20, 2012
Nice mech, but I can't get too exited about it. Though that could be because I want you post that one with the minigun already. =D
  July 20, 2012
Yess, me likez very much.
 I made it 
  July 20, 2012
Quoting ariklego ...The Director! Awesome work, Bio! This'd definitely be my favorite of the APMS-1 units so far (though that one with the gatling gun looked cool too). The color scheme is great, the weapons are great, and you did spectacular on the shaping and proportions. One thing I don't like is the transparent pieces all over the body (and the eye could be a different color for contrast), but otherwise I really like this one.
Yeah, I figured the transparent pieces were a bit much, they're just a personal preference of mine. :P But good to hear you like it.
 I like it 
  July 20, 2012
Awesome work, Bio! This'd definitely be my favorite of the APMS-1 units so far (though that one with the gatling gun looked cool too). The color scheme is great, the weapons are great, and you did spectacular on the shaping and proportions. One thing I don't like is the transparent pieces all over the body (and the eye could be a different color for contrast), but otherwise I really like this one.
 
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