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The Death Dispenser . Have a look at an impressive and imposing monstrous piece of military mechanical genius . As part of a series of uploading older Lego creations, the Military Intelligence Department of Islandasia thinks you might be interested in a new mobile long-range missile launcher prototype temporarily dubbed the Death Dispenser. The Death Dispenser, currently in the testing and development stage of its existence (hence its non-military colors), is an impressive and intimidating piece of mechanical genius and creativity developed to counter enemy movements at a convenient distance. Besides its plainly awesome looks, the Death Dispenser is very practical. It gets the job done efficiently using a 5-ton guided missile situated on a rotating launch nest. The vehicle itself is not minifig-driven; it has been designed to be remote-operated or, in the event a communication connection is lost, operated by itself via an internal robotic computer mind. Other features include rotating 200mm automated canons and 40mm automated rapid-fire machine guns for close-encounter self-defense. It six all-terrain wheels serve their duty, propelling the vehicle at a maximum of 40 mph in the event of a chase. Missile launch procedure involves the retraction of the “wings” that hold the missile in a secure nest. While its flight is calculated, be it by minifig controllers at a distant base or by the vehicle’s own electronic mind, the launch pad can be rotated a full 180 degrees so the vehicle does not have to turn itself. When all systems are ready, the launch is ready to take place. Bon voyage. So if you ever happen to see this view during the approach of a Death Dispenser, you better be on its side. It means business. As soon as the Death Dispenser becomes certified as an operational military vehicle, it will be ready to wreak havoc across its planet.


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