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C1-001 Angel Biomech
This thing can fly close to you, land, and blow your brains out in less than five seconds!
About this creation
The C1-001 Angel Biomech, usually called C1-Bio, was actually genetically cloned from the body of a four-armed creature found on one of the planets UMAC set a base on. DNA was removed from the body, and cloned. the resulting creature was incomplete, so it was given a shell of metallic-polystherin, a new type of very durable metal. The creature's "brain" was in the main operating system of the mech. it had four arms and 4 wings.





Right to the cockpit, the place both the creature and the human pilot control this thing. The reason the pilot can control all the limbs is that the creature controls the limbs without the guns, and the human pilot controls the side with the guns. also, the pilot controls the shoulder mounted Energy Bomb Cannons.





Speaking of weapons, these bad babies can pack quite a wallop, and blow you to smithereens. Firstly, thee guns are semi-automatic S-series Wallopers, and can shoot at a rate of 15 BPS (bolts per second). The shoulder cannons shoot balls of explosive energy. they are B-series Energy Bomb Cannons, or EBCs. The EBCs are lethal to a mech at close range, and at far range, its kinda hard to avoid getting hit.







The wings. They give the mech its name and most amazing power. This mech can actually fly! It's four wings give it balance, and it propels itself through the air with ease. The wings are controlled by the pilot, and are also very effective slamming weapons, because they are so durable.





The legs are kind of short and stubby, but what do the legs matter to a mech which spends 96% of its time in the air? The legs are only for landing purposes, and at that they excel.



Just a neat picture of two of the arms.

This time, i made my own frame! Woo. It wasn't too hard, but I enjoyed it. I also forgot to mention, please, PLEASE comment on all my mechs and tell me how i could make them better. Also, please rate. THANKS!



Building instructions
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By Krill Zayvalov
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Added July 31, 2012
 


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