Featuring 24 barrels of rotary ballistics, an AA cannon, and seven different types of rockets, saying the Gravity is heavily armed is a potentially deadly under-statement.
About this creation
Its largest and most reliable missiles, the gravity features six ARROW missiles . Along with its ARROWs, the gravity features 12 hell-fire missiles. To round off the missile count of the Gravity, two newly produced rockets are debuted: VEPRs (Virally Enhanced Plasmic Rockets). These rockets, like the VEPAAC, contain plasmic quantities for the disabling of all electronic systems on a platform. In addition, these rockets feature a sub-rocket that is projected on impact, piercing the armor of a vehicle or structure, enabling the plasma to be directly injected into the machine's system.
The gun equipping the left side of the Gravity is a six-barreled macro-gun tri-set. Equaling 18 barrels, this set of revolving guns at about 10k RPM unleashes a devastating kinetic force capable of moving the average tank. Although it produces relatively fragile projectiles, the Gravity powers an internal machine that takes the particles from the air around it and forms them into makeshift bullets. This reliable source of ammunition provides shatterable bullets, which increases the ricochet effect making it the ultimate anti-infantry gun.
The gun mounted on the right side of the Gravity is a six-barreled long-range ballistic cannon capable of firing microshells at approximately 147 RPM.
In addition to the Gravity's already abundant array of rockets, it also comes with eight Busterockets, rocket-propelled (and extremely explosive) equivalents of the armor piercing rounds. Leg-mounted, like the Busterockets, are eight RPGs. The advantage of mounting rockets on the lower part of a mech's leg is that if there is a structural obstruction that the mech cannot walk over, it can kick the obstruction, obliterating its foundation and making it crumble to the ground. Through goes the mech.
Being the first bipedal machine produced by the J.O.B. E&M Co, the Gravity features much newly developed technology. The most important prototype technology being tested by the Gravity is the GAC (Gravity Amplification Component). The other prototype component first featured on the Gravity is the GCC (Gravity Centering Cylinder). While the GAC made it to the second prototype model, the GCC was found redundant because of the make of the Gravity's legs. Although bipeds whose legs are mounted below the main body do not need a GCC, bipeds whose legs are mounted to the sides of the main body require one.
NMT: I attached suspension to the middle joint of the legs because I was too lazy to make something adjustable. The feet are completely SNOT, the legs are Technic/SNOT.
The Gravity features two external GACGs and two internal GACGs. The two outside, along with one inside make up its main generators. The forth GACG is the Gravity's back-up generator. NMT: 90% of the main body is brick-on-top-of-brick; the hatch and generators are mounted using SNOT.
The Gravity is manned by one pilot, but is compatible with SmartTarget. The direct visibility slit of the cockpit is composed of an aluminium oxynitride-diamond hybrid for maximum protection.
My oh my talk about the walking Box-O-Death! The legs are the most inspiring portion in my book, massive yet fully movable. Although I have to admit I don't think it has enough guns. Just kidding, maybe!