The Powered Armour Evaluation Centre was set up for one purpose - to accelerate research and development into novel ways of overcoming mankind's limitations in powered armour-to- human operator interface. As a result, many of its top secret programmes involve tampering with the genetics of the suit operators, many of whom are volunteers from the various arms of the military.
About this creation
On the far wall, recently tested models of powered armour are left in their docking receptacles for quick access to ongoing tests.
Xray panel and biometric scanners light up all thanks to the Lego Light Brick.
Here, we witness the valiant (or foolhardy) Captain Copthorne, who has volunteered to receive a dose of genetic accelerant to speed up muscle and bone hypertrophy so as to be able to tolerate the forces exerted upon him by the new Type 23 Heavy Assault Armour.