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AEGAKS-607 MCR a.k.a. Warlock
The 607 MCR was originally intended to be a racing mech. However after several test runs it became abundantly clear that the only races the 607 would take home the gold in would be a demolition derby! Fortunately there is always a market for units that can smash and blast with the best of them. After several modifications, a whole new breed of AEGAKS was born, the ďMedium Combat Racer.Ē
About this creation

What makes this AEGAKS unique is that nearly all of the energy coming from its ejectable power-cell has been dedicated to the 607ís movement and control systems maximizing its speed and maneuverability. With that said, the 607 can still only muster a cruising speed of 85 mph and a redline-petal to the metal 135 mph. These speeds are respectable, if not blistering, for a mech of its 55 ton stature.


In order to target all of its weaponry effectively, a completely new head had to be created. Using state of the art camera lens arrays, the 607 sees its surroundings, and opponents the way a person sees. In a sense the entire AEGAKS becomes attuned the pilotís body, allowing for natural movements and greatly reducing reaction time. Long and short ranged communications systems have also been built into head so the pilot can hear and even speak through the head like it was his own.


What it does possess is exceptional stability. Thanks to its tri-wheeled foot with additional support struts the design can easily traverse rough terrain while either walking or driving. Or if the pilot desires, the 607 can frivolously stomp on a droneís head without having to worry about shattering the ankle joints.


An interesting feature of the 607 is that it only uses conventional ballistic weaponry. Even though weight and space must be allocated to the ammo, the power required to operate these weapons barely drains the power cell. In fact, so long as the 607 doesnít suffer serious damage and maintains its ammo reserves, it can stay in the field for a week at a time before needing to replace the power cell. The right arm wields the Harbinger-302M short-barrel auto cannon. Its clip holds sixty 50 mm shells tipped with armor piercing warheads for medium ranged targets.


The 607ís primary weapon is the Maelstrom-RFAC (Rapid Firing Auto-Cannon). Carried by the left arm, the four rotating barrels can precisely fire from one to four 90 mm shells per second at a maximum range 3,000 yards. Itís belt fed by an ammo box holding 6,000 rounds. At full auto, the cannonís ammo would be utterly depleted after twenty-five minutes of continuous firing. Now thatís a bullet-storm in anybodyís dictionary provided the gun didnít blow up first! Another benefit of its ballistic weapons is that the 607ís overall heat signature is much lower than what energy weapons produce so far fewer heat sinks are necessary than in other mechs its own size.


Should the ammo run out or the guns more likely be damaged in battle, both the guns and ammo box can be ejected allowing the 607 to rely on its secondary weapon systems.


Hmmm, maybe puting the primary power cell right next to the main ammo bin wasn't the best choice, but I bet it would loads of fantastic fireworks of the lethal variety!


Despite all of this firepower though, this AEKAGS true gift lies in melee combat.


The armor plating uses a woven honeycombed patter revolutionized by the Dura-Lexx Corporation which cuts the weight nearly in half while maintaining the defensive protection found in much heavier plates.


It has been armed with two uniquely powerful thermo-sabers allowing it to slice up drones or other mechs literally like a hot knife through butter!


"That's not a knife, this is a knife!"


In fact these are the only actual energy weapons utilized by the 607.


Although they use a moderate amount of energy their overall consumption rate doesnít seriously impede on the 607ís time on the battlefield. If all fails, the hands and feet are tipped with tempered claws and serrated wheel spikes that can penetrate armor but are primarily intended for climbing steep vertical slopes.


Built into each forearm are a rocket propelled grenade launcher with 20 rounds and two 30 caliber machine guns with 500 rounds allocated per gun. As an added safety precaution, should any of the ammo bins get penetrated by enemy fire, the armor plating has been angled to direct the explosion away from the cockpit at the cost of the lower arm actuator.


Here we see a close-up of the power-cell with electro-magnetic clamps engaged.


While here they have been disengaged so the cell can be ejected and replaced.


As is customary in all AEGAKS, the pilot block can detach itself and eject the head.


Unlike other blocks though, this one has a set of fold out wings and a pair of small thrusters on the underside.


In just under 3.25 seconds the block transforms into a mini-jet.


It can safely fly the pilot up to 500 miles away at a speed of 350 mph.


Now some extra eye-candy shots of our toys for warmongering tots!
















Although the standard color scheme would be battleship grey or urban camouflage, our pilot has opted for something more to his liking. There are three separate shades of green with a healthy dose of black for contrast topped with a smattering of both light and dark grey for highlights. When moving at full speed while firing its guns so swinging its blades, the blur it creates would leave one thinking an evil spell is being conjured to slay its enemies. So it has been dubbed the Warlock by its spectators.


BUILDERíS NOTES: Well, hereís my first full-fledged mech for the year. It incorporates a few ideas I have used in the past plus some new ones. The ammo belt was something I never tried before but I think it works pretty well here. There is one thing I admit I would change. The knee and elbow joints are not strong enough to support the weight as I would like. The technic click joints could do the job but a whole new arm and leg design would have to be created to incorporate them effectively. Perhaps such a design will make an appearance on a version 2.0 or a completely new model. Naturally I must pay my respect and naturally give credit to our very own Rabid Goldfish a.k.a. RGF for creating this line. By keeping the story alive for the rest of us to enjoy, the rest of us can build upon it time and time again. Thanks again my friend and may this humble build be a worthy part of the AEGAKS realm.



Comments

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  January 22, 2013
Hello Mike, first of all: Awesome AEGAKS model!! second: hi, you might still remember me as Chris Kruining (actually i doubt it, after all it has been two years). but I'm back. i have posted a new topic in the project AEGAKS: evolution group. I hope you don't mind reading it and post a reaction, because I really want to help Project AEGAKS back on its feed. yours, Chris Kruining AKA Crazychris0905.
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  September 20, 2012
Quoting Romany Woodhouse Awesome mech! Great colour scheme too, although I think you need to play with the brightness and contrast of your photos so that we can see the detail a bit better!
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.
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  September 19, 2012
Awesome mech! Great colour scheme too, although I think you need to play with the brightness and contrast of your photos so that we can see the detail a bit better!
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  May 24, 2012
Quoting Yuri Fassio AEGAKS are some of the best mechas I see he on MOCpages :)
Well maybe you should build one too. It would be most interesting to see your spin on this concept!
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  May 23, 2012
AEGAKS are some of the best mechas I see he on MOCpages :)
  May 15, 2012
Hey Mike! You may or may not have known this, but the Elite Mechaniers group now has a forum for everyone to communicate on. We would love to have you over there. Here's our link, hope to see you! http://elitemechaniers.forumotion.com/
  May 9, 2012
Great chain gun, man. Spare build of torso gives a very agile look to this machine. Transforming pilot block/airspeeder is a nice touch. 4/5 - Huss Q.
 I made it 
  May 9, 2012
Quoting Keith Johansen A bit too svelte but I love the pilot block and weapons. Nitpick aside, great AEGAKS. :) I can has chain/machine gun tutorial? I think it'd go great with the AEGAKS-y not-an-AEGAKS WIP thing I'm working on. It'd go good with my NS-MAS too, probably. :o
"Svelte?" Huh?! Sorry, don't know that word. As far as a tutorial for the gun, I'll see what I can do to make it easy to follow.
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  May 8, 2012
A bit too svelte but I love the pilot block and weapons. Nitpick aside, great AEGAKS. :) I can has chain/machine gun tutorial? I think it'd go great with the AEGAKS-y not-an-AEGAKS WIP thing I'm working on. It'd go good with my NS-MAS too, probably. :o
 I made it 
  May 8, 2012
Quoting Yuri Fassio Nice. I have something that looks a bit like an AEGAKS half built. It has been sitting there for months. Some day I'll finish it, as soon as I have a good idea for the legs. I like the detachable cockpit.
Now that will be worth seeing when it's done. If you like any ideas you see here, go ahead and use them. RGF has put together some specs if you want to make it AEGAKS worthy and I'm he would love to have another talented builder such as yourself put your spin on this line.
 I like it 
  May 8, 2012
Nice. I have something that looks a bit like an AEGAKS half built. It has been sitting there for months. Some day I'll finish it, as soon as I have a good idea for the legs. I like the detachable cockpit.
Mike Johnson
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malachi musclerat
  May 4, 2012
Hmmm, over weaponed, lots of description, cool looking.....I LOVE IT! 10/10
Mike Johnson
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Chris Melby
  May 4, 2012
This is just plain wicked! The pilot pod is awesome, and the belt fed weapon is off the hook! Very nice.
 I made it 
  May 4, 2012
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Interesting design. The weapons are killer and that pilot block is too. It is kind of tall, maybe shorten the torso a little? Great work all said! ^Blub^
Yeah the upper torso is longer than I planned. It was the only way to fit a connecting point for the swords in storage mode without getting in the way of the other components. I suppose longer limbs would also compensate for the body size. We'll see what I try next but I must admit I would like to try and build a Mobile Suit. The only (well, not the only but one of the big) problem is that I can't seem to match what so amny others have pulled off in this genre already.
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  May 4, 2012
Interesting design. The weapons are killer and that pilot block is too. It is kind of tall, maybe shorten the torso a little? Great work all said! ^Blub^
 I made it 
  May 4, 2012
Thanks everyone for the feedback. The belt feed was a new one for me. If you look close at the pics of the main gun you can see I am using 1x4 "C" shaped bricks I acquired from Mars Mission sets I bought a while ago attached to standard 4x4 plates. The gap made is just large enough to allow the belt to fit snugly. For holding the belt in place I also used a 1x2 flat grate styled brick used commonly on car models to represent the grill. The hooks on the belt fit just right in the gap. If you don't have any of those then you could simply put in two 1x2 flat bricks to hold it in place. If anyone is really interested, I could add a couple of pics showing how it works.
 I like it 
  May 4, 2012
This looks pretty darn cool! The pilot block reminds me of my very first ones that had flip out wings and flip down "legs" to lift the pod up off the ground. But hey. I'm not like that anymore. haha! I love the beltfed idea. And the design is very unique.
  May 3, 2012
How did you attach the belt to the weapon? I am trying to do something similar with those same pieces.
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  May 3, 2012
Ha, wow! Those chains of bullets just leap out you! And the sinister aspect of this thing, it just looks like a real killer!
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  May 3, 2012
That's one tricked out mech, Dude! Especially that escape pod, Wicked!
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  May 3, 2012
Like the use of the tracks for ammo, among other things.
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  May 3, 2012
Quoting Cody G Nicely done, the proportions look a little off, especially concerning the head placement, but overall it has a very cool, mythological creature look.
Yeah I know but fortunately many of these units have unusual limb designs to begin with. Besides it's a flippin' (well not really, if it tried to flip it would just crash into a million shattered pieces but you get my meaning) mech (snicker)! Anyway thanks for the input as always. Hopefully the next one will be even better once I design a limb I really like!
 I like it 
  May 3, 2012
Nicely done, the proportions look a little off, especially concerning the head placement, but overall it has a very cool, mythological creature look.
 
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