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AEGAKS SPA-104-CDS "Sarkas" Sentai Police unit . "When Seino left to fight his war, he thought he would easily conquer the drones. He believed they would stop attacking the Survivors and in turn, left us little to defend ourselves." . When General Seino moved into the Urban Sector on his campaign to retake it, he took nearly all of the SPA's available Trisan AEGAKS (not yet released) with him, leaving a skeleton army and the civilian police to fend off the attacking drones. Left with only Gosans, and with half of the Exo Force accompanying Seino on his doomed campaign, the defenders stood little chance. The Sentai Provincial Council called upon Kenichi, creator of the AEGAKS, to provide them with an alternative, especially for the police, who lacked the training to operate the aged Gosans. Kenichi accepted and created the Sarkas, a very heavily armored AEGAKS that is easily piloted by civilians. Equipped to deal with both civil disturbances, and drone assaults, the Sarkas is equipped with a large, heavy riot shield. But not stopping there, Kenichi designed the shield with a razor edge, and a servo to split the shield into a long melee blade, making the Sarkas a very dangerous close range fighter. For ranged combat, the Sarkas is usually equipped with a shotgun. While the shotgun is very efficient for doling out close range punishment to drones, it also doubles as a riot suppression tool, as the shells can be exchanged with rubber pellet shot. This shot is low powered enough not to injure protestors, but enough to stop them in their tracks. As with all AEGAKS, the pilot block is ejectable as is the powercell. Additionally, each shoulder features a quad grenade launcher that can be equipped with smoke or tear gas. These are very useful for obscuring the drones visual sensors, or for dealing with really persistant rioters. While the shotgun can be fired single handed, it's highly unadvisable. The Sarkas is designed for untrained police officers, and as such, the nueral interface is actually not as powerful as the Gosan's. In it's place, as secondary nueral system corelates data with the first system. It only works with low level systems, but it can perform as well as the Gosans. A series of photos to demonstrate how effectviely the frame can handle melee combat. The M frame is extremely flexible for its construction, though I've never really demonstrated the poseability. CREATOR'S NOTES: So this is one of my favorites, because of the shield, and overall appearance. AS you may have noticed, this is indeed built from the Geras. Since the Geras was not a Canon build, I decided to convert it into something Canon. With this, I am only left with building Tsubaki's AEGAKS, and the mass produced version of the Arkhams, the Trisan.

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