Typical Gigamek were equipped in a manner similar to Mishiman samurai, with a shooting weapon in one arm and a blade or other close combat weapon in the other.
1x Multipart 32mm scale Resin model
Type: Heavy Vehicle
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Mishiman prowess in the construction of battlesuits and other piloted exoskeletons is well-known. While other corporations may employ walking war engines, Mishima’s grasp of the technology is nearly unparalleled, and the corporation uses Meka for a range of activities- construction, mining, hostile environment exploration, security… and of course, war.
On the battlefields of Venus, Lord Heir Maru has taken the concept of the armoured walking warrior a step further. Beset by opponents on all sides and unable to call for aid from any other planet, the Prince of Oceans ordered the development of a scaled-up engine of war.
The prototype was fashioned in the form of a towering Samurai, three times the height of a standard combat Meka. It was crewed by a Samurai pilot and a handful of technicians to monitor and maintain the myriad systems o the walker.
After the prototype, Lord Heir Maru’s Keiretsu were quick to create their own war machines as symbols of their wealth, power and technical expertise. The machines were classed as Tatsu Gigameks, and in those early days they were all created unique- no two shapes, colours or weapons loadouts were identical. Keiretsu were known to experiment with the machine’s capabilities, including carpet-bombing mortars, vast spiked chains that were spun at high speed to cut through infantry and armour alike, and even transport pods with armoured Samurai ready to take the battlefield.
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