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924 "Bull Ant" ATAM
The 924 is a quad leg all-terrain assault mech. Featuring heavy anti-vehicular, building, and air weaponry
About this creation

My newest mech! Took about three days. I think it turned out pretty good but im not entirely satisfied with the main body. I love this mech because the legs are so dang sturdy and flexable and can make awesome posses! You'll get to see them later.

Front view

Side

The "head" the first design was turning out horribly, so i basically scraped it and started over, and came up with this! The head is armed with 2 small anti infantry machine gun, locked in place making them somewhat difficult to use. I think the controls are a little lacking though, o well. While building this i re awakened my long forgotten love of star fighters, so i might make more of those soon...

See, not much controls, though i think the arm control things would b great for star fighters... ever notice how a lot of good looking sleek and small starfighters MOCs dont have pilots cuz they wont fit? 0_o

Main body, meh ok, gots lot o' weapons though, and thats all that matters ^_^ (well except for armor, grebbles, and awesome looks...)

Main body connects to legs with this spinning plate thing :P

And now on to posses which boast flexibility! Handstand! Or foot stand :P

"After you"

Tried to make him cross his arms but it just looks like hes hugging himself :P

Punch!

Kung-fuish!

Up high (notice Gauss rifles)

Down low (notice Gauss rifles again)

Kick! Look, standing on one leg! :D

ZOMG climings de fortwes wawls!

lolz upside down!

Pretty simple ankle design, wish i could have added more grebbles

Random grebbles round shield generator core. This shield, like most, is used to block or deflect projectiles of mass, and is susceptible to plasma and energy weapons. The shield wraps around the mech, forming a protective "second skin" Upon contact, missiles will detonate. The shield will usually protect against the ensuing blast, unless the missile is to large, whereas it will over heat the shields

quad energy cannons, used for disabling enemy shields and melting through their armor

Droid arms and hinges give the quad cannons more but still limited movement

missile rack and tubes for larger missiles. The missile rack fires smaller rockets, useful for taking out small groups of infantry. The rockets are extremely accurate due to a computerized targeting. each missile has a small camera that sends information back to a computer core in the mech, which leads the missiles to their own individual targets, or collaborates them to focus on stronger enemies. The missile tubes fire missiles with the same abilities, only these are larger and used for larger groups of enemies, drop ships, aircraft, and enemy armor.

auto-cannon. If enemies think they can hide under the mech, they are sadly mistaken.

Heavy artillery Gauss rifles! The main weapon of the 924, used to decimate building foundations, enemy bunkers, and most enemy vehicles. These are armed with special projectiles designed to spread out all the impact energy while still penetrating, causing huge holes and gaps in enemy vehicles. Especially useful against troop transports, sending them plummeting to the ground before they can unload. I will not explain how a Gauss cannon works because i assume you lovers of futuristic and sci-fi weaponry already know.

Inside when we remove the --------- (materials classified) window, we see the gunnery Sergent! He controls the Gauss rifles and can override the missile rack and tubes, and the auto cannon underneath the 924

Roof removed to get a brighter view of inside. Craped looking, aint it? Not a good place to be for a claustrophobic

erk! *grunt* must.. suck.. in.. gut!

*ka-chunk*! OW! stupid fingers got caught...

Welp hope you guys like it! ^_^ rate and comment! You know you want to just because of how awesomely flexible it is....



Comments

 I like it 
  January 23, 2011
I love the head. Great Quad!
 I like it 
  June 30, 2010
Dude, This QUAD is sick, in a good way!! My favorite Quad yet. Great detail.
 I like it 
  May 12, 2010
Great quad. The best I saw lately.
 I like it 
  May 12, 2010
Nice work, I always love a good quadruped.
 I like it 
  May 9, 2010
I like it! The complexity along with the cool design, great moc!
 I like it 
  May 9, 2010
A very fitting name, I should say. Really nice mech here, especially since it has four legs. (I always love a mech with four.) Again, great job.
 I made it 
  May 9, 2010
Quoting Jay O'Bee Wow, this is amazing. Did you come up with the name on your own or "borrow" it after seeing my ATAM? http://mocpages.com/moc.php/174134
ATAM, nah i thought of that, probably pretty common just because of what it stands for
  May 9, 2010
Wow, this is amazing. Did you come up with the name on your own or "borrow" it after seeing my ATAM? http://mocpages.com/moc.php/174134
 I like it 
  May 9, 2010
Very Sweet. Nice Mech MOC! great shape, playablilty and details.
 I like it 
  May 8, 2010
A real nice piece of work here. I love the overall design.
 I like it 
  May 8, 2010
wow nice job I really like how it can switch from 2 to 4 legs
 I like it 
  May 7, 2010
Hah! Cool!It sorta reminds me of that robot from The Incredibles!
 I like it 
  May 6, 2010
Amazing, it cant stand like a human or like an animal! Weaponry design is cool. Lots of interesting details, good job!
 
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