My main company for the tabletop game Mobile Frame Zero
About this creation
The Ironsides are a powerful tactical unit, focusing on ranged weaponry and heavy armor. The Ironsides currently have nine members, operating six frame variants.
Command Marcus Har provides co-ordination on most of Unit-92's operations. He operates a VCFM-1 with a modified soldier kit, opting to add a range finder to his rifle, and forgo the mobility jets.
Ironsides Squad Support:
Private Eddard Sharp operates the Ironsides VCFM-2, providing punishing fire up close, and give the unit mobile cover, as the -2 is virtually blanketed in armor. His frame utilizes twin rotary cannons, advanced armor, and like all Ironsides frames, can carry a mortar tube.
Specialists Johnathan Edge and Haley Shepherd, provide the Ironsides with long range, punishing fire. They operate VCFM-1's using modified Fire Support kits: One long range guided rocket launcher, additional ammunition, mobility jets and standard issue armor. They sometimes carry optional mortars, should they need to defend themselves up close.
Troopers Harold Gess and Aman Peds, operate the Ironside's VCFM-1's with standard soldier kits, mobility jets, standard issue armor, short range scanners, and combat rifles. They often carry optional mortars, should the situation require more firepower.
Private Emilia Sas operates the Ironsides IWOS-5m1. Sas provides intelligence for the unit, using her modified frame, equiped with the standard IWOS cannon, shortwave scanner and lightweight legs, and reducing the armor to allow the frame to be supplemented with a radar array. The standard mortar round has been replaced with the standard mortar tube, interchangeable between the Ironsides frames.
4th Frame: I tried to take good photos of the frame in the back, but they didn't turn out very good. So I'll leave it as a mystery for now. Plus, I haven't come up with a pilot name yet.
I was looking at your stuff and wondering if there was a straight out link or set of instructions just telling me the entire rules to Mobile Frame Zero. Aside from that, these frames are awesome! The piece placement is the best part.
These are totally awesome builds. Excellent part usage throughout. I really like their leg design. Aidan I am so sorry for the delay in checking your creations out, especially as you have commented on a lot of mine.
I especially like your use of ski plates as kneepads and your use of AT-ST driver helmets as shoulder pads!
I like it
August 15, 2012
Very cool little dudes. Dark gray, and trans orange. Well chosen colors. I am particularly taken with your use of the decals. Very good attention to detail. The squad needs a "Medic" or "Recovery" guy. (he's either a doc, or a tow truck driver... not sure which). Attack!