Fry enemy soldiers or burn cities to the ground with the LIU Nemesis.
About this creation
The LIU Nemesis
The Ludgonian Industrial Union presents the morale destroying Nemisis. Its advanced chemical fire weapon system is designed burn cities to the ground. Destroy your enemies infrastructure and lower troop morale, buy one today!
The Nemesis was originally designed for demolition purposes, but after the LIU governors saw it in action, they requested it be converted into a military model(One of the few military models the LIU sells).
Two blurry photos of the Nemesis' exterior. Rest assured the LIU photographer was executed after these two photos and the following close up shots were done by someone much better.
The close up of the hull. The Nemesis' armor is thick to protect it from the hell it produces. It can withstand small arms fire and most tank fire.
Here, the Nemesis' four nozzles are labeled. These four nozzles fire a oxygenated, highly flammable napalm substance onto surrounding targets. This sticky napalm is then ignited by the Nemesis' two plasma fire guns.
Here is one of the aforementioned plasma fire guns. This advanced piece of weaponry can fire a super hot plasma flame over thirty feet. This, combined with the napalm layed down by the nozzles, can quickly envelop any city in flames.
The Nemesis has six thrusters that allow it to hover. This allows it to manuever over any terrain. Shown here are the two main VTOL thrusters that provide the majority of the upward thrust. Also seen here is the tank containing the napalm and a better view of the lower nozzles.
Here is a view of two of the Nemesis' four manueverable thrusters. Each of these thrusters swivels to any angle, giving the craft unmatched agility. This aids the Nemesis when it traverses the roads of a city.
Here the manueverable thrusters are shown in another position. They provide lift when needed, but are usually reserved for forward, reverse, and sideway movements and turns.
Under the manueverable thrusters are various exhaust and cooling vents. These powerful engines would overheat quickly if not for the cooling system and vents.
A view of the Nemesis' rear. Note the hatch for the pilot to enter and various vents and mechanical features.
The top of the Nemesis. Note the craft's emblem and various communication devices.
The cramped cockpit of the Nemesis is loaded with computers. There is no windscreen on the Nemesis and the computers help the pilot see his surroundings. They also control the weapon systems, the six engines, and the communications.
Another view of the cockpit computers with the pilot removed. The Nemesis is complicated enough that the LIU recommends a three week training course. In fact, the LIU will even provided this course for a small fee.
The Nemesis' pilot poses in front of his machine. His suit was designed to withstand high levels of heat, if for some reason, the hull fails.
A shot of the pilot inspecting one of the Nemesis' nozzles.
The Nemesis rests in the red glow of the nearby burning city.
Note: If you have ever handled the Nemesis (either pilot or mechanic), the LIU recommends that you never smoke or come in contact with flames. The Nemesis' napalm solution can stay on your hands or clothes for several years. Cities that are burned to the ground, may not be safe to enter until all traces of the sprayed naplam has been activated. Please, do not drink and hover.