Pacific Union MT-6 Baker . Lord Baelish called me up, said that he'd order one to help him creep on the low. . Good morning, afternoon, or evening, viewer. This evening, for the Celestia's sun is setting over here, we have the MT-6, as designed by the China branch of OAAE. It's used by all contractor nations, of course. The first picture is the Baker on an adventure in my backyard the jungles of Southeast Asia. The others are not so fun.
Here it is without missile pods, and with a machine gun rather than the rotary cannon in the main picture. Armament can be changed at need.
Le front. Check out that low profile. See why Lord Baelish wants one now?
Le side. Very sneaky.
Back. Rather plain.
Showing movement and whatnot.
Ah, the MT-6/AAA-2. When you need hella' rate of fire on something, call this in.
A bit taller, for the ammunition needs.
Four 30mm rotary cannons is intense ammo wise.
In the Pacific Union, protesters aren't well-liked by the government.
It moves too.
MT-6/AGMS-4, missile tank. 10 tubes, can be armed with either anti-air or ground-to-ground missiles.
...And le fire.
Profile in comparison to a minifig, plus a measurement reference, in case you want to compare it to your own tank. >.>
Look at that blurry profile! I love it. You see, I'm emphasizing that, because it was the one advantage the MT-4 had over other tanks. Awe learns.
An actual COP MOC. Bet you weren't expecting that, were you? No, you were. You probably already saw it on Flickr, didn't you, my regulars?