A snow battle vehicle, built by 2 mad scientist rapper punks. And in reality with the help of Monarth.
Sly Boogy - That'z My Name
Slo: I am Slo, the awesome mechanic... and this is my ride, the Kopa X1.
Slo: It weights 1,2 tons and is my experimental battle vehicle built and tuned up with the cooperation of my friend, Bog. It was made for quick movement in snow combined with effective offensive force. Our effort resulted in triumph. Word. It lacks armor for now, but will be upgraded later on.
Slo: ...And this is my weapon specifically built for this. It fires 300 rounds per minute and shoots advanced heat bullets, which burn effectively holes into most metals. The special energy pack to support the weapon upkeep allows an amount of 1100 shots fired with one charged pack.
Bog: I am Bog, the engineer and weaponscrafter. This is my finest weap ever built.
Bog: I control it with that stick up there.
Bog: The weapon fires electromagnetic plasma bolts compressed into a metal marble, which cause an effective explosion to beat up enemy peeps. The metal marble being magnetic, absorbs all the energy formed in the surrounding generator into a tight small pack when it is fired out of the barrel in the middle. It takes 7 seconds to charge and fire a single blast and 10 seconds for it to cool down. By such time, the speed of this vehicle comes handy for retreating to a new firing position.
Bog: Bring down the rubble! Slo: Word bro.
Slo&Bog: Hi-5 bro!
Slo: Yo Monti! This is a sweet ride! Thanks for the aid bro. Monarth: You welcome.
Bog: You thinkin' what I'm thinkin'? Slo: Road trip?
Bog: You do the drivin' and I'll be restin' my ass. All that science talk tired me. Slo: Works for me bro. Where shall we go? Bog: The kitchen. Monarth asked for some coke, so that's the least we can give for thanks. Slo: On we go then! YEEHAW!
This was a fairly fun build, using new inspiring designs with new parts from Witch Doctor, such as the front and the cockpit, also having a ski for the balancing support under the cockpit. I first thought the driver would be bigger, however, having lack of experience with vehicles, my calculations were horribly wrong. Anyway, as the structure was already planned and made up in basic form, I went to shrink down the driver and the passenger into smaller size instead of largening up the vehicle, especially that the tread would be horribly narrow in larger form.
Great. Very good design and excecution, with a good build and some really nice part usages here. Its not perfect, but all-in-all, a really good entry. So, even tough it was a tough decision, my vote goes to you.