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HPA-66 'Juno' Heavy Power Armour . Because guns bigger than you are are always fun, and so are massive suits of power armour. . As a direct result of the failings of the Phoenix program, namely Not Enough Dakka, the Juno was designed, prototyped and put into production in a surprisingly short time; probably because as a necessity every single weapon it could concievably carry had to be tested, meaning time at the range with a huge suit of armour, meaning Great Fun and plenty of booms. You know, I like that Yellow-Eye effect in the main pic; it's really just caused by the pilot's eyes blending in with the helmet, though. Same pic, no flash. Because it looks more atmospheric. HPA-66: Because nothing says 'Badass' like an anti-materiel sniper rifle held like an SMG. And giant swords on your arms look cool, too. Technically those are Type 7r Short Range Anti-Personell Defence Systems, but they work pretty well on tanks too. A scale shot, from left to right: one Juno, don't know the pilot's name. Human, feminine, un-named, military trainee. Human, feminine, Samus Aran, Bounty Hunter. The other Juno, same pilot name. That means I don't know what he's called. I think that hair is the best part of that new JSF set; it works very well for its assigned role, thank-ye-very-much. You know, if I wasn't about to tell you, you'd never know that body has a crack in the lower right side; don't look at me like that, it's not as if I put it there. Time is the culprit; some plastic goes brittle over time and we've all had experience with second-hand bodies that went *snap* when you pulled the arms off. Well, some of us have... Here's how the pilot gets out; there's also the usual wedding crowd of miscellanious friends, family and workmates walking about about hoping to wish the happy couple a nice honeymoon. Hey look, second from the right! Even that old redneck Uncle Bob showed up! Ooh, look at that! In the middle, with the blue helmet! A riot policeman, in case the mothers-in-law manage to chew through the ropes and break out of the broom cupboard. Well, that's that. I told you folk I'd post the full suits, and here they are! EDIT: sorry, I forgot something earlier: credit for the feet goes to Honage Maximus, who's Baronyx provided the feet for this, and possibly some indirect inspiration for the legs. Thanks.


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