Once again I give credit to B.K. for inspiring me with yet another of his amazing MOCs.
As was the last Dawn Forge inspired moc this one is in fact Spearhead, also this Moc is named after another city on Jitatis.
Used in taking cities the Septim Stature APC is versitile when it comes to rough terrain or situations as it uses sealed openings and its own supply of air so that it may even get the job done in a bio/nuclear hazard.
With a capacity of five soldiers and two armed drivers the Septim Stature APC is useful in joint task missions or the taking of cities or just the overall use of an APC.
Honestly I like the way this turned out.
Here is the rear door closed.
The inside of the APC note all the fancy smanshy controls and yes another fire extingusher, ya know what if a shell hits the thing and the inside catches on fire what are ya gonna do...
Don't you hate it when you've known something really good is on for a while and you think you've reviewed it but you haven't? Anyway, this is some really great work here. I love all of the lovely clean lines. Would I be correct in saying this is studless, or did I miss something?
Nothing like a good ol' aggressive truck...This looks like it it could kill by looks alone. Plus, I bet one of these babies would be hard to take down with all that armour. And, with a big ol' turret like that, I doubt anyone will want to get close to one of these anytime soon. Overall, excellent work!
It looks very "snotty" looking. It's very cool, but i agree about it being cramped. The back door and computers look really cool to BTW. It also has effective armor to, which is a must for anything. I once wrote a poem about war, and one of the lines was:
"With a sniper,
it's one shot, one kill.
But with a tank,
its high speed road kill...."
The front really looks like a road kill machine.
Wow. I love that look -- somehow just short of blocky, blunt, aggressive look this has. Great job on this one! The space on the inside is great, and the gun on it is just the right size: not too big, or too small -- just right. I'll repeat: Great job on this one!