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Tigerwolf by Xperimental00 Tigerwolf by Xperimental00
Model Number: M-70A
Code Name: Tigerwolf
Unit Type: mass-production general-purpose humanoid fighter
Manufacturer: South Pacific Defense Industries
Head Height: 10.3 m
Average Weight: 27.5 metric tons
Armor Material: titanium-ceramic composite
Powerplant: hydrogen engine


-MG-15 .55 caliber heavy machine gun - an anti-infantry weapon, located on the gun port in the left chest area; can rotate 90 degrees on a vertical axle and can fire 850 rounds per minute
-Missile launcher (not shown) - consists of three barrels, mounted on the right side of the backpack, parallel to the thermal blade's rest; fires mid-range AMRM-32 guided missiles

-SPDI AC-9 96 mm assault cannon - an arm-mounted magazine-fed assault cannon, capable of firing 420 shells per minute
-HB-4 thermal blade - a modified version of the heavier M-13, used for hacking through obstacles and last ditch melee combat
-Smoke dischargers (not shown) - detachable smoke dischargers mounted on the pauldrons

Production Notes

The Tigerwolf is the first terrorwalk developed in the Australo-Oceanian Commonwealth by the South Pacific Defense Industries, in order to provide a new terrorwalk model for the Franco-British Army. The design defines that of the third generation humanoid fighter, and as such, it surpasses even the Panther G-3 in terms of efficiency and combat performance.

The Tigerwolf is a direct descendant of the Panther, as exemplified by several notable similarities. The machine also featured universal weapon mounts pioneered by the Panther G-3, as well as a single search light on its head. The backpack is heavily modified from that of the Panther. Its jets still feature directional thrusters but with an additional 35% thrust output.

The Tigerwolf is a balanced, general-purpose terrorwalk, and thus can be equipped as its mission dictates. This versatility gives it the much needed flexibility in the modern battlefield.

The machine saw heavy mass-production, and surplus units became the third favorite terrorwalk (the first and second being the DB-6 and Panther respectively) in the arms market, particularly employed by the Franco-British Union and other wealthy European countries.

Side Notes
-Australo-Oceania: an expanded British Commonwealth comprised of Australia, French colonies and annexed Oceanian states
-Franco-British Union: technically the present-day United Kingdom, after a post-war merger with France, with the British monarch as the joint sovereign

Hah, finally, I'm done with the colored version of [link] . Color choosing took me pretty long here, and I really doubt this one would be any pleasing to the eye. As usual, I colored this with Photoshop, and used the same template as my recent colored mechs. Now about that insignia, it's a star from the Australian flag, with added red and blue borders (like the RAF circle). Hope the Aussies forgive me for that one ^^; .

Armalite Rifle font (the green one) © Vic Fieger [link]
M-70A Tigerwolf © me
Steal and invoke my wrath, heathen!
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zaku1986 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very nice design.
Xperimental00 Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. ^^
AngelicAdonis Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sweet deal man! Very nice design! :D
Xperimental00 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. I've put in too much Panther elements there though. ^^
AngelicAdonis Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ant time man, and you never can!
19MicronHead Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2009
i am sure for an antique it gets the job done the SPDI AC-9 96 mm assault cannon sounds like it does damage and I like big guns that go boom.
Xperimental00 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, it sure will. This is like the Raptor of my grunt mechs after all.
19MicronHead Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2009
I wonder how much one of those would retail for on the black market xD
Xperimental00 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
A bit expensive actually, considering it's an early third generation humanoid fighter, but cost still depends on the retailer. :D
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