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Gigabeam Projection Mech Unit
The big guns of the Prototype 0-1 variants. Look if you dare!
About this creation


Yes, another variation of the Prototype 0-1 mech. Because that's what I made the original for. This type is a very heavy weapons mech, with two Gigabeam Projectors, a broad, continuous laser beam with the ability to cut through anything. And I mean anything.



A back shot. The mech designers didn't add any fancy detail like they did with the last one they made, the Heavy Armoured Mech. They instead focused on the raw power of the weapons, and built the rest around them. The mech isn't very mobile or armoured for that matter. So, it stays within the safe zone of their side of the battlefield, and rains destruction from there.



Also, the mech has to stay on the ground when firing, as the massive recoil and static electricity after each discharge means it would become a huge, high voltage meteor if it fired in the air, so it stays grounded to dissipate the static and dig itself in so it doesn't fly back. Also, the dishes on the sides are thermal vents to cool off the Projectors.



If it flies towards you, you're in trouble. So I'll leave you two to get on with it, eh? Thanks for looking at the page, leave a review, and also, if you want to ally with the Aeon Shadows, visit our alliance page. Thanks!




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