M3T4GR055 . A little something for the baddies over at Team Rocket. If you're not into Pokemon, go ahead and just skip the text if you feel so inclined. Enjoy! .
Hey everybody! I'm Aidan Bryant from Team Rocket, here to talk to you about our new vehicle, the M3T4GR055 mass-capture mech.
Let's start with the feet, shall we? These versatile dish platforms make the M3T4GR055 stable on a variety of surfaces, including sand, snow, dirt, and the corpses of twerp Pokemon trainers who get in our way.
The long legs make the M3T4GR055 an agile and maneuverable mech, yet it remains sturdy with its quadruped design.
And what mechanical terror would be complete without weaponry? The quadruple-barreled pneumatic Poke-Ball launcher is capable of firing 32 balls per second. The first ball didn't catch that rare Pokemon? No problem! You've got 31 more chances before that sucker can even blink.
On to the cockpit! Its round, flat design is able to deflect any attacks that some of the grumpier Pokemon might dish out.
The back connects the Poke-Ball launcher with the main body, where ammunition is stored.
The interior is a comfortable, in-line orientation that seats a driver and a gunner/navigator for maximum efficiency.
Without the figs.
Okay, so this was a pretty odd build for me. I wanted to build a mech since I haven't in FOREVER, but I also want to get back into the swing of things for my CYOA. While this will not appear in the CYOA, I think it put me in the mood to work a bit harder on the next episode.
The cockpit was a very new thing for me. I've never tried to build a round body for anything really, but I think it turned out well.
The legs, on the other hand, were a pain. A quadruped design meant I had to scrounge up twice the pieces I would have for a biped mech. I think that I was able to manage well enough though.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this build. It feels good to build a mech.
Well, that's all for now! Thanks for viewing, and let me know what you think!