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E-1 UNITY Combat Droid
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The third of five Dawn Forge builds from the “Zero Hour on Highway 44” collaborative project. I will be posting the fourth one in the next few days. Here are the links to mine and Keith’s Zero Hour postings in case you missed them.

The UNITY represents the second generation of autonomous, AI controlled combat droids fielded by the Dawn Forge. Nicknamed “Unis” by the soldiers who fight alongside them, their original designation was the E-1 “MARTYR.” They were renamed after the droids discovered the meaning of the word and took great offense at the implication.




Tougher, more agile, and packing the new, high velocity 35mm autocannon as well as a vastly superior AI, the Uni is in every way an improvement on the aging ABSOLVER droid it were designed to replace.



Unis are generally deployed in squads of five, with one droid being an E-2 UNITY Command Droid that acts as the squad’s leader. Nicknamed “the deuce,” the E-2 variant has an upgraded AI capable of deductive reasoning and complex problem solving, as well as a superior sensor/communications array.




A squad who has lost it’s deuce in combat is still able to function, but is significantly less efficient, with the most experienced E-1 taking up the leadership position until another E-2 can take charge.




Yes, you are correct. The E-2’s expanded sensor array was not present in the Zero Hour dio. Thanks for noticing…smartass.




Wow, look at all that Sci-fi B.S. I wrote up there! Aren’t you lucky! Actually, several people have been asking lately about the full on Dawn Forge back story. I’ll try and finish it up sooner rather than later, but don’t hold your breath or anything. Remember people, it’s more about the MOCs than the story. Whenever I do finally finish it though, I’ll be posting it in the Dawn Forge group.










Wow, I guess that Extenze is really working for you, huh?




Well, it’s been taking longer than I had hoped to get these up, but number four from the Zero Hour MOCs should be posted in…you guessed it. A few more days. Thankfully, there are only two more left, and then maybe I can actually put down the camera and start BUILDING again!

As always, thanks for looking.



Comments

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  May 23, 2012
nice zippy little thing!
  March 7, 2011
Fantastic! I would definitely love some instructions.
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  January 30, 2011
Can you make some instructions please? it would be awesome!
  January 28, 2011
Kascenovitz! The muzzle guard is totally respectible. Such a guard might reduce light, thermal and acoustic signature, as well protect the gun from damage (important functions for a surface combat system). They don't always look nice, but in the case of the E-1, you know the muzzle guard pulls mad tail! Attack!
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  August 25, 2010
could you start putting instuction on please
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  July 2, 2010
how much does it cost?
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  October 1, 2009
You, know, I think this is your best creation, which really is saying something.
Brian Kescenovitz
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Captain Ray 20th sniper company
  September 4, 2009
i like this very much though i was wondering i was going to make dawn forge but what a solder look like
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  September 1, 2009
Do you have instructions for this? I tried to build it and cant get the internal things that stick out the back and i also cant get it to stand up on its own. Could you help me out PLZ?
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  August 30, 2009
Love the use of parts (i.e the lever bases and link treads on the back).
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  July 25, 2009
Quoting Brady G I've been meaning to ask you, Are you using a black sheet of posterboard here? A vig. I'm posting contains a lot of silver, and I've noticed how good it looks against your backdrops. (I've also seen a frosted piece of sheet metal used... Looks amazing, with a partial reflection of the MOC above, supreme photography.)
Thanks. Yep, just posterboard. Actually, it’s a 40x60 in. piece of black picture matte, but it works the same way.
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  May 6, 2009
Very nice design for a robot army. The flexibility of the legs is impressive!
Brian Kescenovitz
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eoghan o callaghan
  April 29, 2009
im building one of these and i need to know how you put on the legs at that angle im talking about where the + and o joint are
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  April 18, 2009
Awesome ,This thing is Awesome! Awesome build!...er...yeah...
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  April 11, 2009
Nothing especially wrong with the grammar. Better than most, in fact. I approve. Now, you're probably wondering who I am, who the Critic is, and if we are the same person. We're not. We're the crimefighters of MOCpages.
  April 11, 2009
Looking good. It is a bit non-unique and could use a little pizazz. Needs something new.
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  April 10, 2009
Wow the detail is amazing! great job
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  April 10, 2009
this is a great mech i love how you have done the legs! and the overall strtre and proportion looks great!i also love the weapons! you put them all in good places balaning the mech very well! can you review my first mech i think its ok.. you ont have but i would apreciate it very much...:) hope to hear from you! oh yeah! 5/5!
Brian Kescenovitz
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Legion of Doom
  April 9, 2009
Wow, is that a cannon in his cockpit or is he just happy to see Bob... from accounting, not from those "other" commercials. AHAHAHAHA Joker
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  April 9, 2009
All awesome as always, Brian. The legs look great. Very articulated, and I like the use of those technique pieces on the legs. Gives it a nice sturdy platform. Can't wait for the next one!
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  April 9, 2009
Its really good and I gain alot of constructive incites from your mocs. This one however is a tad small. No, I am not dissapointed in you becuase I have enough respect for you as a good builder to say that this is truly outstanding.Good job. Anywho us at the Spearhead nation are gonna go and work on a new moc, Im posting it today. Mabey you could check it out. Its your call
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  April 8, 2009
Simply awesome as always, looks kind of like a cross between a Star Wars AT-ST and AT-PT (no offense meant if you don't like SW).
Brian Kescenovitz
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Nunoyo Bizznizz
  April 7, 2009
Drones are the new black.
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  April 7, 2009
Well I think that the cannon fits fine, and meshes with the frontal armour fairly well. I don't think there's anything outstanding about this, but it's better than the average.
 I made it 
  April 7, 2009
Quoting Knoll grey no offense meant by my first comment, but i think that the barrel and muzzle are out of proportion. just my opinion, if you are happy, then it works out, right?
No worries Knoll, but next time, you might consider adding an IMO to a comment as definitive as your first one. Of course, that’s just my opinion…;-)
Brian Kescenovitz
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CC-7576 "Rex"
  April 6, 2009
Great work again, I really like how you made the bley armor going over the black inside parts (I have to try out that way sooner or later). I´m just wondering what is going to be no.4 one of the APCs or the command mech.
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  April 6, 2009
Great feet design! Slanted plates work on a lot of levels.
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  April 6, 2009
I've really got to jump into this Dawn Forge theme, it's just so neat :) And these scout mechs you've built? Inspirational. Nice work.
  April 6, 2009
no offense meant by my first comment, but i think that the barrel and muzzle are out of proportion. just my opinion, if you are happy, then it works out, right?
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  April 6, 2009
OMG i love the extenze joke!
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  April 6, 2009
Nice work, outstanding.
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  April 6, 2009
Nice! I like how much those legs can move!
 I made it 
  April 6, 2009
Quoting Knoll grey the feet are unique, but the muzzle of the gun is waaaaay too big.
I completely disagree since the entire mech is designed to carry and use just that one gun, but to each his own. And Phong, you don’t give up, do you…;-) I’m sure I’ll build bigger again eventually.
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  April 6, 2009
the feet are unique, but the muzzle of the gun is waaaaay too big.
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  April 6, 2009
Want. Badly.
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  April 6, 2009
Again, nice job, but I miss your old Dawn Forge mechs.
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  April 6, 2009
Oh god, if I hear another thing about ExtenZe, someone's gonna get murdered. Nice job on the MOC though.
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  April 6, 2009
Sweeeet!
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  April 6, 2009
Why is your stuff always so awesome? Overall the shape is fantastic, but the legs and the jointing in them are excellent. The detailing on the 'sensor suite' is great, especially the treads wrapped around rod.
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  April 6, 2009
Wow, very impressive. I never would have thought of those leg joints, great work!
 I made it 
  April 6, 2009
Heh…I changed the main pic to cut down on the one legged confusion. And no, it doesn’t hold a fig…it’s a droid.
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  April 6, 2009
Some excellent articulation using plain old bricks. Impressive as usual.
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  April 6, 2009
Nice work! From the main picture I thought it was going to be one-legged... I'm guessing it doesn't hold a minifig inside (does it?)
 
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