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Omnipotence . Its been a long time since I've built a good ol' fashioned mech. After much toil, I am happy to bring you "Omnipotence." . Whenever I build a mech, I usually have to make some sort of tradeoff: I can't fit a pilot AND have it be proportional, it can't be articulated AND look cool, etc etc. To hell with it, I say! 'Omnipotence' is a sturdy, articulated, pilot holding, color schemed, modular-weapon toting, balanced, armored, winged, bipedal mecha of DOOM! Backstory? That minigun is all the backstory you need. Like the shoulder cannons? Just wait... Ahhhhhhh yeah. Flamethrower attachment. Every pose is a power pose. Detail of the back. I really tried to make this guy look good from every angle. Can't go wrong with a giant turbine, right? Couple of detail shots. 'Naked' mode. Some of you may consider the exposed ball joints and bionicle hands lame but they add a ton to the playability; I feel like they still fit the overall aesthetic and level of detail. The thing is a blast to play with and much more durable than most of my mechs. Thanks for looking!

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