Grandfather of all Leviathans; the VR5 design is over 200 years old and has seen many improvements and variants. It and its variations are widely considered some of the finest designs ever produced. A balance of size, speed, armor and armament all come together to make a very formidable vehicle.
The decision to design the cockpit after the Totenköpfe was primarily nostalgic and a matter of national pride. The frame of the first Leviathan was designated VR5 in honor of the 5th Regiment commanded by Colonel von Ruesch, the first Hussar commander to use the deaths head symbol. The Prussian army Hussar first adopted this symbol in 1744.
The Mortis in its purest form is outfitted with two close combat weapons, and no additional armor, this allows for the fastest possible movement and a vicious close combat capability. The massive oil stacks provide the option of overcharging the reactor for enhanced speed or combat. Two KwK 200 20cm auto cannons mounted in the torso ensure its survivability in a ranged engagement.
Here is a pic. to help add a little scale referance...
Hi, ive been trying for some time to view your product range on your website, but every time I try to view the entire range and get some thhumbnails, im told that the webpage cannot be found! Are there any known problems with the website at the moment?ReplyDelete
Sorry about that, The web site is still a work in progress. I have not had time to get to it yet... Its on the list of things to do...ReplyDelete
Words can't express how excited I am for this. I'm working on an AdMech FanDex right now at themagnetpro.blogspot.com and there is a Titan in its pages. Can't wait to see more!ReplyDelete
Damn I'm pumped for this... Well, more for the Crusader than the Mortis. But I'm still pumped.ReplyDelete
All I have to say is: When can I send the MONEY ???ReplyDelete
I am really interested in your models. They look amazing. Do you know when you were planning on making the other weapons for the Leviathans?ReplyDelete
Wow, that is one of the most impressive sculpts I have ever seen! Amazing!ReplyDelete