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Monarch E-7 Instigator
The INSTIGATOR- Class Command Mech is the most innovative battle machine to date developed by the J.O.B. Engineering & Manufacturing Co. Debuted on the Instigator are the revolutionary shoulder mounts that can rotate a full 360 degrees and has several points of attachment for multiple appendages.
About this creation
Eighteen 240mm missile tubes are mounted on the shoulders of the Instigator for large, long-range targets.

Equipping the left side of the Instigator is a flame-thrower and two Virally-Enhanced Plasmic Rockets, or VEPRs.

Also equipping the left side of the Instigator is a telescopic hand capable of grasping and manipulating a wide range of objects for special retrieval missions and other things requiring complex manipulation.

This telescopic hand folds up to be stored behind the flame-thrower.

On the right side of the Instigator is a four-barreled MARC capable of firing anti-infantry rounds, armor-piercing rounds, and combustion-propelled grenades.

Also on the right side of the Instigator is a second appendage to test the versatility of the revolutionary shoulder mount on this prototype. This extension features a charged battle-blade for mech-to-mech close-range combat and a rotary saw for spec-ops missions, (and just because I could; why not?)

When not in use, this second arm is folded behind the MARC for storage.

For increased range, the arms of the Instigator are double-jointed.

Since almost all of the weapons equipping battle machines of the J.O.B. Engineering & Manufacturing Co. are ballistic, much less power is needed than for electronic weapons. Because of this, the Instigator can be powered by GAC generators instead of using the highly dangerous and astronomically expensive nuclear power of other battle machines. The GACGs of the Instigator are housed internally because of the amount of room given by the ever-shrinking size of technology, such as targeting systems and servos.

The Instigator features compound legs for increased mobility, agility, and height. These extended legs, along with its erect pose gives the Instigator a height advantage for a strategic point from which to oversee mission operations.

Shielded from any devastating force in the Instigator's I-matter head, its engineer validates the decisions of the artificial intelligence of SmartTarget using man's gift of moral judgment.

NMT: Yes, I could actually fit an ENTIRE Minifig in there...with a helmet on! SNOT's awesome :)


 I like it 
  January 30, 2011
Sweet! Nice use of the Bionicle mask!
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  December 19, 2010
Nice! I like the bionicle head and the minifig under it.
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  June 23, 2010
It seems like a lot of people like the legs. Can someone tell me what exactly it is that they like about them so that I can maybe use it again in a future model?
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  June 19, 2010
Very cool mech. I like the over all look of the legs myself. keep up the good work guy
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  May 31, 2010
The legs seem almost too small to hold it up. I like that
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  April 28, 2010
Very cool design. I especially like the head and the legs. The only fault I find with it is that the torso looks slightly too bulky, but other than that, it's awesome!
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  April 28, 2010
I really don't know how someone could not rate this, its amazing! I just did something similar actually but I had upgraded it before I saw this. Although its not as good as this you might want to check it out anyway.
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  April 25, 2010
Really awesome mech. The shape is superb.
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