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Project "Behemoth" Experimental Siege Buster
An experimental cyborg frame, it's primary role was supposed to be Siege Buster/Psychological Warfare.
About this creation

The project was discontinued after several test pilots went insane from too much neural stress. It is currently in secured storage at the Mohave Testing Area, and officials are considering reworking the frame as a remotely operated drone.

The frame was armed with two GA-7 rapid fire pulse laser cannons in a twin-mounted turret for antimissile and antiaircraft defense, four 55mm independently tracking autocannons in the chest for fire suppression, two RS-100 short-range energy mortars on the back for artillery support, a 23mm minigun on each hand and a dual 15mm machinegun turret under the chin for soft targets, and a heavy vibroblade at the end of the tail. The hands themselves are also used to crush and tear armor plating.

It was intended to be used as a shock tactic, the sight of an 8-story tall mecha with oversized arms, firing in all directions and ripping through vehicles with its bare hands, would have severely demoralized enemy troops.



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  January 21, 2011
Man, this is beastly! I have no skills with Technic/Bionicle, but you are a master! Congrats!
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