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Dragonstar "Signature" Series UXM-1s
So, One day i made a series of custom mechs using the good old UXM-1 frame. One of the first, An Airel Combat Mech, became my signature mech when i upgraded it for the UXM-1.T frame. Here it is with two other mechs i built as gifts for Andrew and Chunkblaster.
About this creation

This is my signature mech:
Name: Jetstreak
Class: Airel Combat UXM
Role: Sky Deuling, Joining me in battle
Tonnage: 3.07
Powerplant: Classified, Just like all the other UXMs
Speed; Land: 43.5kph, Air; (rated)120kph
Weapons: (stock configuration) 1x Dragonstar Arms Series1 glass-state plasma-sword,
1x Dragonstar Arms Mk.7 crystal-based pulse rifle
Airel Propultion: 2x Dragonstar Propultion FJ-35 fusion-jet thrusters, 4x
Dragonstar Propultion LG-10 rod-type OEMFeild Lift-generators

Andrew, this one's yours:
Name: Sentinel
Class: Light Close Combat UXM
Role: Defending Andrew's Estate (Worth Bilions in insurence)
Tonnage: 3.1
Powerplant: Seriously?
Speed: 43kph
Weapons: (Stock Configuration) 1x Dragonstar Arms Series4 Bifurcating glass-
state/liquid-state plasma-axe

Ahd here's yours, Chunk:
Name: Overkill (what does THAT mean?)
Class: Superheavy Combat Mech
Role: Defending Chunkblaster's Estate (Larger and more heavily defended than
Andrew's but significantly less valuable)
Tonnage: 6.87
Powerplant: If you say that word one more time, I'll slam you so hard-and-fast
it'll make your hair curl!
Speed: 19.9kph
Weapons: (Stock Configuration) 2x Jetrax gatling guns 1x 6-pack SRM-18 launcher, 1x
Dragonstar Arms "22 Point" K-type Rail Gun

Oh, and one more thing, Andrew, Now that you have a Brand-Spankin'-New mech to guard your Estate, I might as well give you something for your treasure room:

Its a, Giant, 24ct Solid Gold UXM-1 Head with a giant Ruby for it's eye!

Credit to Andrew for the original frame.
The file below contains everything you see here.


Building instructions
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Rich  Collins... 257th Wolf
Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  November 2, 2011
Also, andros Was Kind Enough To Aid You With The Link Issue, You Can Read His Advice Here,, Please Make Sure To Thank Him (But Not In That Section Please, Maybe Checking His Stuff Out Would Be A Nice Thing To Do)
Rich  Collins... 257th Wolf
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  November 2, 2011
Hey Man, Thanks For Joining The Group. I've Looked Over This In LDD, So I Have A Better Sense Of The Designs. There Very Nice Modifications To BA's Designs, I Know He Knows You Didn't Steal The Design Idea, Nor Am I Accusing You Such But Make Sure You Formally Credit Him For The People Who Are Unaware His Work, So Post A Link To Original, Helps Him Out. As For The Designs, They're Clean, The Only Issue I Have Is With The Gunner Mech, How Does It See With The Armor Blocking The Sensor, I Can See That The Weapons Have Senors, But The Mech Itself Has No Actual Sensor. Another Issue I Had Is Not A Design Issue, Rather A Presentation Issue. I Know You Have The File, But Keep In Mind That The Page Sells That File. I Suggest Taking Pics Of Each Mech For Detail, Like The Front, Side(s), And Rear. That Would Give People A Clear Overview On The Mechs And That Helps A Lot. So, The Issue Here Is Not The Designs, But The Page Itself. So, Try Taking Some Quick Pics Of The Mechs And Add Them To The Page. So Overall, The Mechs Are Nice Mods Of BA's Designs, But You Need Put More Effort In Selling Them, Nice Work On These. Oh, And One More Thing, Gatling Style Rotary Cannons Do Not Fire Out Of Each Barrel In The Fashion Depicted, Only Out Of One At A Time, It's A Common Misconception How Rotary Cannons Work And Many Make The Mistake.
 I made it 
  November 2, 2011
Thank you for your review. I will take your suggestions into consideration in the future.
 I like it 
  November 2, 2011
ok firstly these look very similar to the designs of bioengineer, perhaps a credit would be in order. secondly, it is possible to reposition the camera so that you see more of the moc, some of the images are difficult to make out any detail. you have no shots of the rear of any of them and it would have been nice to have shown some shots giving us a better look at the detail. I know posing mechs in LDD is time consuming and a total pain at times, but showing these three in more poses would have been nice too. That said I like them. Your choice of weapons and armour detail is pretty good, for this scale I can't find much to fault the designs on. I'm also impressed you put a minifig in there so we have an idea of just how tall they are. well done.
 I made it 
  October 22, 2011
I just took a second look at this and Y'know, that opening pic is just priceless!
 I made it 
  June 15, 2011
Thanks guys, I'm glad you like 'em!
Rich  Collins... 257th Wolf
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Bryce (Brickbrycebrick)
  June 14, 2011
Very impressive, keep up the good work :).
 I like it 
  June 14, 2011
yay i r haz gatling gunz!!! pewpewpew! nice work richie really nice UXM's!
 I made it 
  June 14, 2011
Quoting Andrew (bioengineerer9179) Nice work Richie! This is probably the best work I've seen from you so far! Great job! I just opened it in LDD, and I'm diggin' the giant UXM head!
 I like it 
  June 14, 2011
Nice work Richie! This is probably the best work I've seen from you so far! Great job! I just opened it in LDD, and I'm diggin' the giant UXM head!
By Rich Collins... 257th Wolf
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