Blacktron Siege Demon . Hello! It's been a while, enjoy this Blacktron-themed BioMech! . After years of intercepting ArcheoGenis' encoded data streams, Blacktron scoundrels were able to swindle some sweet biomechanical tech, and use it to bring their own BioMechs on the battlefield.
The Siege Demon is a versatile, heavily armed mech used as support to artillery and tanks.
The SD employs an extensive Orbital Shield devised to cover itself and nearby forces against air/orbital strikes. The massive energy feed of the fully extended shied is usually compensated with power beams from orbit or nearby vehicles (like the VIKING TTT.
Its double-faced arms feature both a ranged and a close combat weapon each. On the left, a massive Gatling gun (with a generous ammo storage on the waist) and a VibroSword, and on the right a Proton Cannon and anti-mech claws.
On its shoulders, StA launghing pods can unleash a fiery barrage on incoming aircraft.
The ports in its thighs host an all-original BT application of AG tech: the Crystal Guns.
These devices can either fire energy streams of be fired themselves as bolts, detonating on impact.
Safely encased between the Siege Demon's shoulders, the pilot manages most of the mechh's functions, since BT did not manage to copy AG's EAP (Evolved Artificial Personality) technology.
- "Hello there! Check out my sweet mech!"
In Siege Mode, the Demon secures itself to the ground and deploys all of its ranged weapons, concentrating both shields and firepower in a single direction.
In this mode, the Siege Demon can exhaust its missiles in 7 seconds, its ammo in 1 minute aand deplete its energy reserves in 4 minutes.
When everything else fails, the cockpit can detech and become a lightly armed starcar, used as an ecape pod or a light fighter, depending on the pilot and the situation.
- "HAHAHA! So long, suckers!"
Group shot of my Blacktron forces so far.
I hope you liked it, I'm now preparing a tank and a fighter, both Blacktron, of course!
-Edit- I'm fairly disappointed on how those pics look after compression... full-sized the were rather good. Well, can't be helped I guess.
Comments are welcome.