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HCF-130 Harbinger . The results of looking at too many of Brian's Dawn Forge mechs. . "Harbinger"-A sign of things to come. Funny enough, this wasn't actually inspired by Brian K-however-you-spell-or-pronounce-his-name, but by Mark Kelso's "Dawn Forgery". Anyway, with technology quickly advancing on both sides of the war, the people of Earth realized they needed something big. After only a couple months of development, the HCF-130 Harbinger was born. Standing at a whopping 30 feet (minus sensor array) this beast is a match for anything the C.O.P. has thrown at us (for now). It's massive hydraulic legs deliver a top speed of up to 25mph. Armed with a MK IV mass driver, 4 MK II Anti-Aircraft missiles, and a MK III Anti-Tank missile, this thing can rip through Nazi's like there's no tomorrow. Left side, showing the classic "chicken" mech legs and missile pods. The rear of the mech. Nothing too special here. 'Couple exhaust vents and another view of the legs. I was to lazy to edit the remaining pictures. Right side, showing off the MK IV mass driver. Front view. I know it's kinda lopsided here but it usually isn't. Remember to always look at how you set up BEFORE you take the picture. Top view(ish). Once again, nothing too special. Missile pods. I do love missile pods. Every self-respecting mech needs a BFG. A close-up of the foot and shin. The ankle really loves to break here, and I think that's why it was lopsided before. Don't you wish your girlfriend had legs like me? A blurry picture showing I forget what. The pilot for scale.

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