UPIG LR-1 "Hunter" . "One shot, one-" *KA-BOOOM!* "-Er, better make that, let's see... One, two, three, four... One shot, five kills." . Stats:
Designation: LR-1 Hunter
Height at Shoulder: 22 Feet
Weight: 7 Tons
Primary Weaponry: SR-60 "Lancer" 60mm Sniper Rifle (Suppressed) - Explosive Rounds
Secondary Weaponry: SPP-80 "Bulldog" 80mm Scoped Precision Pistol
Tertiary Weaponry: 2 DRK-6 "Riddick" Diamond-edged Razor Knives, 2 PC-4 "Predator" high-density Plasma Claws
Other Equipment: SSFJ-RD Short Sustained Flight Jumpjet and Radar Disruption pack
Primary Functions: Reconnaissance and stealth, long-range demolition and fire support, sabotage, guerrilla tactics
The jumpjet/radar disruptor. It is capable of low sustained hovering for up to 2 minutes.
The "Lancer" rifle. Capacity - 15 Rounds
The "Bulldog" precision pistol with laser sight. Capacity - 30 Rounds
"Riddick" diamond-edge serrated knives (nicknamed for obvious reasons). These bad boys will have the arms off almost any mech before the other pilot can say, "'Tis but a scratch!"
"Predator" claws (again, obviously nicknamed). For when you need something a bit more stabby and slashy than the ripping and tearing done by the "Riddicks."
Yes, the pilot is a female. I would tell you to take it up with her if you have a problem with it, but that's not really a good idea. Ever.
Impending doom during a test of the Lancer. The LS-1 used is unmanned, but still expensive.
Muzzle flash decreased by suppressor.
The Hunter also utilizes the UPIG's newly developed AWSM (Advanced Weapon Stabilization Mechanics) System. When the pilot squeezes the trigger on any of the mech's ranged weapons, the mech's motors lock up to prevent inaccuracies caused by the pilot's movements. As soon as the round exits the barrel, the motors are released to allow normal recoil.
After this point, the video feed was lost due to the destruction of all equipment within a 50-foot radius of the blast. The good news is that the LS-1's feet were still salvageable as scrap metal.
First off, I must give complete credit to Forte Noir for the feet. I did not copy them directly, but after trying to come up with the same general high-heel shape for a long while and then comparing his design with mine, they ended up looking exactly the same. *Sigh* Anyway, the rest is completely original to me, including the frame. I'm not too pleased with the backpack this time around, but I'm done worrying about it.