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Stalker Mk. II
A rework of the first Stalker mech design with emphasis on direct fire weapons over the original's missile based platform.
About this creation
This model boasts superior mobility and speed with a modest reduction in firepower while still maintaining the low heat and detection signature using advanced cooling systems.

Stance

The Mk. II runs a dual-engine system (reinforced capsules visible on either side of the front upper torso)which provide sustainable power to operate all systems simultaneously. Armed with dual light Gauss rifles and under-slung rotary cannons, the Mk. II can saturate a target with ballistics from close to medium ranges. In support of the arm-mounted weapons are two chain-fed fire linked .50cal machine guns (mounted on either side of the canopy) and two short range (SRM-6) missile pods. In addition the Mk. II is capable of modular weapon configurations in its extremities, being able to drop the SRM pods in favor of weapons such as the ARROW-IV missile artillery. Pilots who favor close range engagements have the option to drop the Gauss rifle/rotary cannon combination for LBX-AC shotcannons or light to medium beam weaponry.

Sweeping Fire!

In addition to the weapon and chassis changes, the Mk. II mounts additional electronics for advanced sensory options during operations in challenging environments. An under-slung visible-light/IR/heat based camera and active/passive radar system are mounted on the lower torso frame. Options for B.A.P. and E.C.M. modules are available, but uncommon.



Comments

 I made it 
  March 2, 2011
Quoting Areetsa C Like the legs. I do want to point out however that the original (STK-3F) Stalker was pretty near perfect as far as adaptable Assault 'Mechs go. It got progressively more lethal the closer it got, and its only problem was heat buildup. Really, the only thing it'd need to make it 3050 competitive would be Double Heat Sinks and maybe some ER lasers. This is still a nice model, but I can't see it being really effective ingame.
This is a nice overview from a game perspective (I'm going to assume the actual boardgame correct?) but I built it with loose ties to Battletech. I chose weapons that sounded neat. I will probably put more though like this into the next version!
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  March 2, 2011
Very impressive leg design! Great overall look as well!
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  March 2, 2011
First time back on mocpages, and i see this great creation! I love this mech, this kind of awesomeness inspires me to create more of my own mechs, which I will be doing soon. Nice hips on this one as well, great work my friend.
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  March 2, 2011
Like the legs. I do want to point out however that the original (STK-3F) Stalker was pretty near perfect as far as adaptable Assault 'Mechs go. It got progressively more lethal the closer it got, and its only problem was heat buildup. Really, the only thing it'd need to make it 3050 competitive would be Double Heat Sinks and maybe some ER lasers. This is still a nice model, but I can't see it being really effective ingame.
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  March 1, 2011
Very Nice Work, This Looks Beastly.
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  March 1, 2011
Madcat MKII from MW! It's my favorite!
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  March 1, 2011
Absolutely fantastic. The flexibility seems perfect and the shape is very agreesive. The yellow cockpit is a nice touch.
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  March 1, 2011
Personally, I'm partial to the Shadowcat, but I do see the MadCat influence here. The legs look highly efficient and well done. ^Blub^
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  March 1, 2011
Well done, the legs are great, I love the maneuverability!
 I made it 
  March 1, 2011
Quoting Matty Mason Wait, is this from the Battletech universe, because it looks similr to a merging of a Cauldron-Born and a Madcat, plus the weapons and tech it carries are from that universe too... Epic job though, utterly stunning.
My favorite computer games of all time. The inspiration for this model came from the Battletech Mech kits featuring the Mad Cat (Timberwolf) Mk. II and some personal preferences in design such as a low chassis with an intimidating posture. Some design elements came from a mech seen in photos from Brickwold 2007 (?) called the Monitor Heavy Battle Mech. I'd like to re-rework the design a remove some of the less elegant components here and there...
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  March 1, 2011
the poses are really cool, i like the functionality in the legs
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  March 1, 2011
Wait, is this from the Battletech universe, because it looks similr to a merging of a Cauldron-Born and a Madcat, plus the weapons and tech it carries are from that universe too... Epic job though, utterly stunning.
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  March 1, 2011
Love the flexibility you've put into the design, great work!
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  March 1, 2011
Looks like a hybrid of a Madcat Mk2 and a Cougar from the Battletech universe. It's beautiful!
 
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