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TMX-0005A S-Type mk 5A "Poseidon"
Successor unit to the S-Type mk 4 series. A close combat model of the TMX-Series. It sports a wide range of devastating melee weapons, though its primary weapon is a giant phase-scythe.
About this creation

Features:

-High degree of poseability
-Cockpit space for a minifig
-Ability to crouch
-Rotating Waist
-Bending toes
-Sliding knee armor
-Beam trident can be stored on rear of model
-Beam broadswords can be stored on legs
-Beam sabres stored on back of arms
-Carries 28 internally stored missiles with opening covers

Front View



Front View



Side View



Rear View



Rear View



The primary weapon of the S-Type mk 5 is a great phase-scythe, a solid blade with top-tier destructive power.



Front View: equipped with scythe



The phase scythe is a massive weapon, requiring both hands in order to wield it to its full, devastating potential



Preparing to strike



Moving in for the kill



Preparing to strike



Striking with phase-scythe



Swinging phase-scythe one-handed



Swinging phase-scythe one-handed



Swinging phase-scythe one-handed



Another secondary weapon is the S-Type mk 5's beam trident. It is stored on the rear of the unit when not in use.



Wielding beam trident



The beam trident is primarily used in high-velocity jumping maneuvers, resulting in death from above



For secondary weapons, the S-Type mk 5 sports two beam-broadswords, similar to the primary weapon of the S-Type mk 4, but with far greater output. They are stored on recharge racks on the lower legs when not in use.



Wielding beam broadswords



Front View: Wielding dual beam broadswords



As tertiary weapons, the S-Type mk 5A carries two high-output beam sabres that are normally mounted on the back of the wrists but can also be hand carried if desired.



Though they pale in comparison to the rest of the S-Type mk 5A's arsenal, the beam sabres are still devastating weapons in their own right



Front View: The S-Type mk5A loaded with all its equipment



Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I made it 
  May 6, 2011
Quoting leon lara when i was building that quanta gundam i realized that the arm joints are real loose
They are. These are mostly for show, not for play or a lot of posing. I've built other mecha that were meant for play and posing, but they don't look as nice as this.
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  May 6, 2011
when i was building that quanta gundam i realized that the arm joints are real loose
 I made it 
  March 14, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. Hey Mithryl! I posted the finished Zenit on my page! check it out when you have the time. Also I might use this frame in the future for one of my MOCs, if you don't mind. ^^
Oops! Sorry man, I meant to comment, but its been a busy weekend. You can totally use my frame or any of my stuff for whatever you like. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/231309
  March 14, 2011
Hey Mithryl! I posted the finished Zenit on my page! check it out when you have the time. Also I might use this frame in the future for one of my MOCs, if you don't mind. ^^
 I made it 
  March 10, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. Ohh great! XD tought I'd newer find it out! Well...still up for the challange? xd
You've got a good mind for trivia. I'm still up for the challenge, as long as it abides by the guidelines I set out earlier. Other than that, go nuts.
 I like it 
  March 8, 2011
Fantastic work my man! The scythe is great! I also love the swords. Is it a super robot?
  March 8, 2011
Ohh great! XD tought I'd newer find it out! Well...still up for the challange? xd
 I made it 
  March 8, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. I think the first pic takes the cake. I don't even want to think about the blood, sweat and tears you shed while posing this in LDD...glad you didn't commit seppuku before you finished it! :D Oh by the way I tought about the answer for your question: After war Gundam X, and the scene where the Virsago and Astaroth Gundam try to use that big cannon in the final episode. That's the closest thing to the idea of Throne Eins and Drei's docking attack...at least that's what I think.
Ding! Ding! Ding! You are correct!
  March 8, 2011
I think the first pic takes the cake. I don't even want to think about the blood, sweat and tears you shed while posing this in LDD...glad you didn't commit seppuku before you finished it! :D Oh by the way I tought about the answer for your question: After war Gundam X, and the scene where the Virsago and Astaroth Gundam try to use that big cannon in the final episode. That's the closest thing to the idea of Throne Eins and Drei's docking attack...at least that's what I think.
 I like it 
  March 8, 2011
Wow, those poses are pretty intense, especially since I know first hand how difficult it can be. Great posing! A little off subject, I found a Robotech/Mospaeda model you could give a try at. Link is here: http://limeydragon.com/wiki/Bioroid_Interceptor ^Blub^
 I made it 
  March 7, 2011
Quoting ccy 8086 nice mecha, nice weapon, nice pose!! It's my first time see you show some cool pose using LDD. Looks like LDD is really a good develop tool for LEGO.
I've done some similar posing with other mecha with LDD, such as the S-Type mk 4 and the D-Type mk 3. The problem with LDD is that posing complex models is a major headache. Achieving those poses with the scythe was the work of several hours! The program is very picky about what it will and will not let you do, and it never explains why it won't let you move a part in a certain way.
 I like it 
  March 7, 2011
nice mecha, nice weapon, nice pose!! It's my first time see you show some cool pose using LDD. Looks like LDD is really a good develop tool for LEGO.
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  March 7, 2011
I'm starting to think you ought to see if the people who make Gundam will be willing to buy your designs and add them to the storyline. They're certainly of the quality to be immortalized forever in anime form. That scythe for example is simply beautiful in form and function. The rest of the mech is pretty slick too in case you thought I didn't notice!
Mithryl Altaire
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Adrian Alamar
  March 5, 2011
Nice..i love the weapons and the mech itself 5/5
Mithryl Altaire
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Chris Kruining
  March 5, 2011
great work i love the phase-scythe tho most
Mithryl Altaire
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Chris Kruining
  March 5, 2011
great work i love the phase-scythe tho most
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  March 5, 2011
You've got a gift with making weaponry. Keep it up!
 I made it 
  March 5, 2011
Quoting andros tempest I had to pick my jaw up when I saw those weapons. Awesome. Truly a fantastic design. You are without a doubt one of the finest digital mecha designers I know.
Thanks man! Coming from someone who as skilled at digital lego as you, that is a major compliment! Stay tuned though, as the more exciting and dynamic pics are still forthcoming. I'm just working on posing the mech right now, but I have some shots in mind that will totally rule!
 I like it 
  March 5, 2011
I had to pick my jaw up when I saw those weapons. Awesome. Truly a fantastic design. You are without a doubt one of the finest digital mecha designers I know.
 I made it 
  March 5, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. Jawdropping as always! The Scyhte is HUGE! 1 swing and a whole army is dead..But I think that you should make a different backpack for this one(this pack looks good too tough), that way it would look more unique, but that's only my opinion, anyways great job!
In the original drawing that this is based off of, it had the same backpack as the red one, so thats what I went with. Basically, this is another high-mobility unit, so the backpack (which is ejectable) was necessary, unlike on the purple one.
 I made it 
  March 5, 2011
Quoting Marcus Jackson Your best of these so far. I like the weapons a lot, especially the blade on the scythe. It goes well with the colors. On another note, do you mind if I use your frame for one of my creations? I was thinking of making Dynames.
My creations are posted for everyone to view, enjoy, and benefit from. I have no problem with anyone using what I've done for their own ends, and I don't require credit for the ideas. Whats an original idea anyways? I see people giving other people credit for techniques that the other person did not invent all the time, and its so silly! Thats like me having to give credit to someone else for their technique of stacking a 2x2 brick on top of another 2x2 brick! In any case, here is the link to the frame that I used for this mech: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/231309 enjoy!
 I like it 
  March 5, 2011
Jawdropping as always! The Scyhte is HUGE! 1 swing and a whole army is dead..But I think that you should make a different backpack for this one(this pack looks good too tough), that way it would look more unique, but that's only my opinion, anyways great job!
 I like it 
  March 5, 2011
Your best of these so far. I like the weapons a lot, especially the blade on the scythe. It goes well with the colors. On another note, do you mind if I use your frame for one of my creations? I was thinking of making Dynames.
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  March 4, 2011
Daaaaayyyyuuuummmm....your mechs are boss
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  March 4, 2011
Very nice. But for some odd reason, it feels to me like the scythe just doesn't belong. Not sure why. All told, a fantastic addition to your rather considerable collection. ^Blub^
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  March 4, 2011
dude those weapons and the MOC look wicked. i'd love to see you try to make a deathscythe style one
 
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