"Greetings and Welcome. I appreciate that you took the time to join us this evening. The Research and Development Branch has been rather busy for the last few days, preparing things for the Grand Unveiling of our newest project. Many people worked hard to make this project a reality and before we start, I would like to take a moment to thank them. Let's hear it for the work team that made it all possible!"
"Now onto what we're all here for. Without any further ado, I present the AEGAKS-102-MYe Arkham, piloted by ace pilot Takeshi."
The Advanced Exoskeletal Gyration Agility Kinetic System, the operation system developed for the Arkham. It is a unique hybrid of the Motion Trace and Nueral Trace systems. From the neck down is directly linked to the Arkham via a class 3 Nueral Link. The helmet consists of Motion Trace sensors which direct the Arkham's head to follow the pilot's. Visual feed is directly fed into the HUD visor of the pilot's helmet.
The Arkham is equipped with a primary booster jet, two adjustable jumpjets, and two leg jets. With all fired at full thrust, the Arkham can achieve a jump of over 30 feet, or bursts of boosted hover for about 1000 feet.
The weapons rack featuring the rifle, ballistics shield, and shoulder mounted missile rack. The Arkham is the first model to be able to equip itself.
The Arkham equipped with the weapons. Note how the hands are well equipped to hold the rifle, which is not attached.
A pose where the Arkham is ready to fight using the rifle.
A foreward view of the Arkham while armed. The shield attaches to the elbow joint on the forearm.
The jumpjets of the Arkham in boost mode. Beware the backwash, it can be quite the blast.
The Arkham is quite capable of hand to hand and martial arts. Advanced equilibrium gyros in the joints make these movements possible.
Built into the elbow joints of the Arkham are beam sabres, one on each. The sabres activate very much the same way that the hidden blade works for the Assassin in Assassin's Creed.
The cockpit block also functions as the ejection pod for the Arkham, ejecting the pilot to safety. The pod breaks free headed foreward, the head also breaks free. The power pack is also released to reduce any chance of a detonation.
The frame used by the Arkham. It gives superior agility and flexability.
Because the Arkham uses the same elbow joints as used by the ARTCS S-16 Katana, any arm mounted equipment can be mounted to the Arkham, making it even more versatile.
Should the head of the Arkham be lost, the pilot's visor cuts feed, and the pilot can operate on manual visual feed.
View of the back and thrusters again, folded in storage.
"Thank you for your time. I hope that you have enjoyed our presentation, and we wish you well as you go your ways. Have a nice day."
Quoting Green Cat
Wow! It's amazing! How long did this take you? I am actually working on something like this, only modeled after Wolverine, but yours is undoubtly better. Great job!
I look foreward to seeing what you build then. I was in a build stupor, and completed it in 3 days of constant rebuilding, I think. My memory during that time is a little fuzzy due to all the designs I was considering.
4 pts. Good color coordination and overall design. I do like the rocket pod, but I would have made the rocket tips a different color to make them stand out against the mech a little better. Also, I think you have the skill to overcome those simple joints. All-in-all, great work!
I really like the articulation of the arms and legs. The drawbacks here for me were the small thumbnails that I had to click on to see the pics, very annoying when the pages are slow. Use the bigger photo upload option. Also, the presentation was a bit weak, by that I mean the background. Still, solid 4 points for you.
I think the legs could have used some more work, but overall this is an impressive mech. The construction of it does seem modular. Great way of presenting it too - the fair Sensei would have been proud. 4 points from me.
Evangelion 00, is that you? Wait no, this is much deadlier! Joking aside, son of a brick indeed! The Arkham looks very nimble and very formidable and I love the overall design of it. I totally want to borrow that arm design for a future MOC if you don't mind. :)