A defensive melee-type Jaeger built for the Philippine Kaiju Defense Force. While most Jaegers built for the Kaiju War features mostly offensive loadouts, the Bruiser Prime was built with defense in mind, allowing it to hold off Kaiju attacks with its arm mounted shields.The Shield Bruisers are line with Plasma Cutters allowing it to cut through Kaiju physiology.
Originally from the pre-reFrame development period, the Lancer was an early attempt at making piloted mechs for military use but was too imbalanced and suffered from movement and weapon restrictions. This new version by ARMaTech features a whole new balance system, with extra leg supports that allow the Lancer Reborn to fire it’s newly improved RC-RHON94 with ease.
The NEST Special Forces have retrofitted the Seeker Mk. II into the NESF-M08TS Jackal, focusing more on upgrading it’s offensive capabilities with the addition of the MS-DMSMQLR2 shoulder missiles and a lighter yet equally powerful SR-0004a U-Type Sniper Rifle. It also has twin auto guns mounted from the back to give it extra firepower in medium range combat.
Episode 1 of my video blog series is now up! 😀 In this episode, I talk about the Hero Factory Leg Extender piece and how it’s used for my mech building, tackling issues on leg and hip stability and a little on leg design. There’s also some discussion involving a 4×4 wedge, using 1×1 round bricks vs a 1L Technic connector, and lastly a little bit on that 1×2 plate with 45 degree slope on one stud.
Testing the new V3 framework, the NEST Special Forces have rolled out the Sailia test unit. This will serve as a basis for future NEST reFrames and is currently undergoing field testing operations for evaluation and feedback. Part of the evaluation is testing the new weapon systems as the Sailia is equipped with the experimental weapons ER-YYG01XI Energy Rifle and RG-ELMARAIL Rail Cannon.
Now in Dual Language (EN/日本語)
The way I design and build my own LEGO mecha heads is similar in approach to how I go about making each and every mech build. In this tutorial, I’ll be discussing my 4 part build cycle that involves building a frame, plating and designing the frame, detailing, and rechecking.