This is the Falcata Combat Armor: Long Deployment Combat Armor. The Falcata resembles cavalry units of the old. It moves very swiftly and can cover great distances upon it's inverted joint legs. Compared to other Armors, the Falcata has a much greater deployment range. It is fitted with a large fuel tank and high efficiency generator.
1 - 7.62mm M134 Minigun
2 - BGM-71 TOW Missile
The Falcata carries relatively light armaments. It has a single M134 Minigun to deal with soft targets and two BGM-71 TOW Missiles to deal with armored vehicles. However, the real strength of the Falcata lies in it's speed and range. It can respond to problem areas faster than any other Combat Armor. It can also operate without a refueling ten times longer than any current Hover Armor.
The Falcata favors flat landscapes such as urban areas or deserts. Forests and jungles give it a harder time.
The fragile legs are capable of swift running and nimble side-stepping, but they can't turn in place very well.
Firepower is sacrificed for weight. The Falcata cannot afford to be heavy, or it would consume too much fuel.
The relatively unprotected cockpit forces the pilot to depend upon reflexive evasion and good intelligence.
Pilots affectionately refer to the Falcata as a "bird" because of its avian profile and movement characteristics.
The Falcata has a larger communication antenna than usual due to its typically remote deployment zones.
This is an awesome armor. I love the way all your works look so technical like a real device would look. I actually named my armors like yours because after seeing your Baselord Armor in particular they seemed too heavy to be an exoskeleton, and too light to be a mech, I hope you don't mind. the only reason why i don't include more greebles on most of my armors is because they would block the motion of the click joints, but I'll keep trying. Thanks for the review and once again this armor is awesome!
Very nice details on the head and on the back. The cockpit is very nicely made and the pros and cons were displayed very well. If you put this much time and SNOT into a much bigger mech, it could be no short from incredible.