The Doberman has long been the anchor of the Union Army. With the use of standardized coupling systems, this brawny mech can swap equipment in minutes, even seconds, giving it a versatility that has thwarted any foe to cross the Union.
Despite its size, the Doberman commands quite a bit of stealth. anyone within a hundred yards will definitely know it's there, but the radar-dampening coating of its armor will fool most scanners as long as it moves very slowly and doesn't try to shoot anything.
Shoulder-mounted anti-ballistics auto-lasers with TacNet capability
Twin Vampire Bat droids
Lumbar and calf-mounted thrusters deliver moderate jump and sprint capability
close-range sensory equipment
2 hard-points on shoulders
2 weapons, up to class 3
Seen from above.
The back, showing the thrusters and Vampire bat droids clinging to the shoulders.
Down on one knuckle, the Doberman executes a stunning reverse inverted back-kick. not a common maneuver, but it does give you a better look at the calf thrusters.
Off-duty, pilots sometimes indulge in a little gargantuan b-boy fun.
Another free-standing pose. Of course, having a frypan-flat head makes handstands quite a bit easier.