ADM MK1 (Air Defense Mech)
Nicknamed: (Ghost) primarily used in squads of 4 or more the nickname came from its color and ability to cloak on radar.
Like itís bigger cousin, Goliath, it was designed to be a modular weapons platform. In the Mark 1 configuration it is
primarily used for Air Defense, but can be used on light mechs or hard-suits. The Ghost carries advanced weaponry
including: 120mm 8-barreled MRMB-6 Mini-gun, 4-pack missile launcher w/LRSA-160 Porcupine Missiles, and 6-pack
missile launcher w/NLOS-M23 Shredders (medium range surface-to-surface). The ADM-MK1 also has the LMDR (Long Range
Magnetic disruption Radar) and advanced communications arrays. The Mark I was created for large mech and base
defense support roles. Being that the Ghost is a quadruped, its top speed isnít as fast as the bipedal mechs, so
they usual are air-lifted in closer to the battle than the bipedal mech. While the Mark I is a versatile platform
other versions of this quadruped are in production to further expand its role on the battlefield.
About this creation
Front View: Showing the chin-mounted targeting array and 120mm 8-barrel MRMB-6 "mini-gun"
Close-up view of the 120mm MRMB-6 and cockpit area
Side View of the NLOS-M23 Shredder and LRSA-160 Porcupine missiles
Quoting General Hess
hey tell me when your new mech is done, btw great build....G.H..
The BCM deployed version is at 97%, i also wanted to feature a Light Escort Mech along side maybe two, but work has been busy this week. should be done soon. see --- http://www.mocpages.com/folder.php/60408
Quoting Yuri Fassio
It's extremely cool... if it can stand without the central support you''l get my "5" :)
I am working on that with version II. currently i am working on a command mech, that is giving me some issues with the legs (supporting the weight) I was going with the Dawn Forge legs, but they can't support this Mech.