Hello, Visitor, and welcome to the Enerchron Archives.
About this creation
My human servant (and former owner of this account) has recently put the complete Vaeryn text into my possession. As I was reading it and storing it into the archives, the last pages interested me... I believe that I will share it with you.
If you are not aware, the Vaeryn are a mysterious cabal of engineers, assassins, and politicians who possess machinery far ahead of their time. After they were brought down during World War I, they have tried time and again to get their power back. But every time they have tried, they have been brought down again.
After the destruction of their last fortress, the ElectriCorp factory, the Vaeryn returned to their final plan--a central universal intelligence system that would have access to all the knowledge systems in the world, and its enforcers--the massive Iron Hunters.
The Vaeryn spent years in the construction of the first Iron Hunter, while their top programmers created the prototypical intelligence system. But the system had its own motives, and, hijacking the security systems, killed everyone in Vaeryn bases.
Years later, the intelligence system hibernates. But then, suddenly... the Iron Hunter AWOKE.
Beginning Fourth Wall. Hi guys! I have been working on this massive robot for weeks now. Clocking in at 15 inches, it's one of the two largest mecha that I've built yet. It's also a nightmare to pose, even though I intended it to be posable, because of the heavy weight. I'm not expecting to build this big again for a while.
I began this robot with the dismantling of the Malistic Troopers, three robots two shared a white and dark red color scheme. I wanted to build from the ground up, starting from the feet. I built the legs within the next three days. I wanted a mix between curved, streamlined armor and industrial, greebled armor. I focused on the curved armor for the lower legs...
... and industrial armor on the upper legs.
I Built some more greebled bits on the waist. For the torso, I used a click-turntable element combined with a Technic axle that served as a spine. I then began slowly working on the torso, over the course of a week or so.
Finally on a Saturday, I was about finished with the torso, and quickly put together some prototype arms and a head.
It stood above my LEGO drawers for another week, and then I decided to refine the machine. I fixed the unstable waist with more Technic elements, and added some detail to the torso and arms. Then I decided to continue with the final part I needed to assemble, the Gatling Gun. I originally wanted a six-barreled gun, but I couldn't find the pieces I wanted, so I settled on a smaller, four-barreled gun.
@StormJay: Epic, epic, epic! I love the rockets under the sholders and the torso...the X detail in the sternum is cool! The Gatling gun is pretty cool, though I do think that it's a bit off scale to the rest of the structure...I can't quite figure out how to fix it, though, so you can ignore me...Also, the upper legs seem a bit too small, out of proportion to the rest of the robot... The head looks epic, though! Keep building, Arci
Quoting Blazing Bird Man
You remember LegoBuilder1239 from mba? That's me! Also why don't you post this story on mba? Also it's cool
What in the... LegoBuilder? Great to see you here!
(And also, the reason I posted the story was it was based on using the HTML and embedded pictures, neither of which are available to use on MBA. (Also, I messed up my password, so I won't be on MBA for a few days.)