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Dr. Uggnoy's Locust: The Amazing Walking War Machine . Dr. Uggnoy, the brilliant young Grunt who has a knack for mechanics, has composed another masterpiece for the Olde Covanente Armye. My first entry for the steampunk category of the 2010 mech contest. Enjoy! . The thick armor keeps the pilot safe, while the quadrupedal design provides both stability and manuverability, perfect for any kind of planet. The Locust is also equipped with a powerful steam cannon, capable of scalding the flesh off of any adversary. Ye Olde Banshee's eye view. The legs are the perfect balance of mechanics and armor, providing power and durability. Back view, showing the boiler and the exhaust. A Spartane in a commandeered Locust, showing that it can fit a minifig. The controls It's Dr. Uggnoy himself, taking back his precious Locust! Take that, Spartane scum! The Doctor and his prized walker. Thanks for viewing, let me know what you think!


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