Practical Robot

Loki Assault Walker v.1

Plasma Mech added 10 months ago

This is a standard mech with Plasma Devastators and a single Aeroflak Sentinel. This was originally built as a bot for BA, and has been modified many times.

Lore: The Sol Republic was preparing to fight a war against the hostile Kerithid Empire. They needed an all-purpose walker to protect soldiers and prevent losses, so they designed the first Loki prototype. At the time, it was known as the Scavenger, and though its weapons had a high rate of fire and the walker itself had a small target profile, its weapons and armor did not prove effective during combat. The Sol Republic decided to invest in new plasma technology, which enabled them to create the Loki Assault Walker. It featured plasma cannons that fired in a parabolic arc, and a prototype flak cannon mounted on the dorsal face. It soon proved to be a formidable weapon, and won many a battle during the early days of the war.

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8.5
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Function rating by Luke200558.5
Creative rating by Luke200558.0
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Luke20055
10 months ago
Fairly basic shape, however this fits the "style" of the robot. Weapon load-out is pretty nice, I like the combination of plasmas and the Aeroflak

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.0 creative0

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