This is what happens when a mommy Angel, and a daddy Ram love each other very much... XD
About this creation
The A2-004 Titanus, made in the year 3086, was first put to the job of making both the Aries and the Avalon Angel obsolete. It failed. While the Titanus was made to be equally as protective as the Aries, it wasn’t made to contain gaseous Biluminite, which is the Aries main defense. Instead, it had great armor and an energy shield kind of like that of the Avalon Angel, except able to take more hits, being made of orange Biluminite. It had a bug gun to, which will be mentioned later.
On its back, it had the biggest achievement in the whole mech. Booster sized JumpBoosts. Before, JumpBoosts were big and wing-like, and not very compact. However, UMAC put their heads together and designed a JumpBoost design that was small and powerful. However, due to the Titanus’ large mass, there had to be seven of them on its’ back. This achievement made the JumpBoosts less of a target, and able to more accurately control jumps.
The shield on the arm of the Titanus, is as mentioned before, the same model as the one on the Avalon Angel, except that it is made of a new sort of Biluminite, which is orange. The coloration of the Titanus is in homage to the now obsolete ArchAngel.
The cockpit was built in the same manner as the cockpit of the Avalon angel, with a screen on the inside. However, it was slightly more reinforced, since the Titanus was meant to fight and take down bigger mechs than the Avalon Angel.
The head of the Titanus, a mixture of all three of its’ predecessors, is the same size as the Avalon Angel, has the same “ears” as the ArchAngel, and the explosive quality of the head of the Aries. Obviously, the head has no use except as an explosive, so it is easy to make.
The legs of the Titanus are actually pretty nimble, but can pack quite a wallop. Nuff said.
The gun of the Titanus is a beefed up version of the gun on the arm of the Avalon Angel. It has ten Biluminite cannon barrels, which can continuously fire, at least until the Biluminite shards stored in the gun run out. Then it’s an effective club.
“Personally, I got to test it, being both a certified pilot and an honest Engineer. It wasn’t great. It’s slow, and runs out of ammo fast. It’s only good thing is the use of orange Biluminite, and the new JumpBoost design.”
-Engineer and Pilot, KZ
That’s all, hope you enjoyed. I did.
P.S. Made with a modified version of Chris Roach’s Mech/Gundam frame