The re-design of the "Crimson Blade".
About this creation
This is the entire collection of armor and weapons around the Vehicle Eject-able Z.E.P.H.Y.R. core.
The Vehicle mode including the Z.E.P.H.Y.R. The optic in the front lets Celese maneuver around downed Mecha One drones and different obstacles.
Stage 1 (Speed Mode) The lancers on the feet are attached to enhance speed and agility while adding stability as well.
Stage 2 (Aerial Mode) The NAVI (Neurological Aerial Variable Intelligence) pack gets added onto the shoulders to give the "Spirit" the capability of flight and now it's able to fly over the fog and battle the aerial Mecha One drones one-on-one.
Stage 3 (Onslaught Mode) This is where all the armor and weapons are attached. The sword in it's right hand and the Shield on it's left forearm, along with the added armor were created by the scrap metal of it's predecessor, the "Marauder".
Background of the Spirit and the Pilot, Celese
The Marauder was one of the test racing models before the war, and when the war started, Rosalie, the pilot, had decided she wanted to enter the war, but under her assumption she had died in the races, she had to change her name to Celese and when she was pinned down by the Devastator Light Artilery Platform (by Liam Covey), she broke down and ejected when she saw the mangled bodies of her mother dangling from its foot. Which was why she had started to hate the drones with a passion. And in remembrance of her father who was murdered by a devastator drone in the first war, she went back to building her new mech, the Sprit. This time, giving the mech the capability to split in two and be able to still fight with the upper core.
Celese was the first human to befriend a rogue drone, Azel. Azel, the drone pilot of the Crescent, had the capability of camouflage; something Celese thought would be helpful for her Spirit. This gave the Spirit, the same coloring as the Crescent.
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix
Very cool mech? Hardsuit? I'd really like to see some clearer pics. In any case do all ZEPHYR units transform? Or is that just for this one? I'm not much good with transforming mecha.
It's a Mech like E.X.O.F.O.R.C.E. and most transform, but all include the Z.E.P.H.Y.R. core. All ZEPHYR have combiner armor though. Kind of like a scouting AI drone that combines with the Piloted mech for extra weapons, or speed, or flight.
I haven't gotten around to making a ZEPHYR or SERAPH frame. Actually, SERAPH's don't really have a frame seeing as they're usually in the form of some vehicle. Mind you, most battles can reach up to space, so flying is always a plus.
My ZEPHYR frames atm are using the "star wars" style lock hinges until I get my Izzo-style order next week.
If you want, you can try and have a go at a ZEPHYR. Here's a couple hints, the ZEPHYR core is usually a single yellow stud, unless it's a bigger mech, then it can use a 2 or 3 stud piece. the SERAPHs run from the translucent clear bricks/studs.
I don't know how much help that is, but, you could always give it a shot.