In-universe background information:
Height: 8 meters tall.
Weight: 170 ton.
Armour: Titanium composite material, Ceramic plates, Doubled ERA plates with shrapnel protector (prevents possibly deadly shrapnel from flying in random directions should the ERA's be triggered)
Crew: 1 pilotgunner, 1 navigator, 1 Smart AI.
Armament: one LR 150 mm heavy railgun w/ artillery support functions and selective fire loadout ("Groundpounder" AOF bombs or "Bunker buster" missile assisted armour piecing tandem charge precision warhead), one obelisk beam cannon, one65 MM HE-Frag gattling cannon, 2 SRMM50 (Short Range Multifunctional Missile) missile pods, two AI controlled heavy machine guns w manual target assistance function.
Other non-weapon equipment: Air defence radar, EMP missiles, electronic anti missile countermeasures, flares, anti missile laser beam, 2 "Venom" emergency escape pods, "Firefly" Scoutsupport UAV (w 30 cal. machine gun, live communication with other units and stealth detection scanner), radar, lidar, backup stealth detection scanner should the UAV be destroyed.
Description and photos say it all. A knex mech. I got kinda bored with my guns so I thought I could maybe post this. Good luck building!
Step 1: Parts list
Parts you need:
Y connector: 4
Ball connector: 1
Joint connector: 1
Gray one-hole connector: 8
Other type of gray connector: 13
Orange connector: 2
Red connector: 17
Green connector: 13
Yellow connector: 6
White connector: 1
White rod: 22
Blue rod: 7
Yellow rod: 3
Step 2: Legs
Step 3: Body
-TigerNod, while playing C&C 3 and peforming an hit-and-run with his scorps.
The body, a large chunck of metal that houses the critical parts of a mech to operate and that can be used to mount various weapon systems. Follow the pictures.
Step 4: Legs + Body = EPIC WIN!!! (but not a Grand Titan)
Step 5: Cockpit & Missile launcher
Step 6: "Nice view from up here!" -Mech pilot
Sorry for the blur. By now, it might be a good idea to take a break from your hard work. After all, I am not responsible for any damage caused by not taking enough rest ;-)