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Orc Tin Boy - Steam Mech

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"The idea of a powered steam fighter began to be thought of in the military Orc circle. Creating a unit that could be swiftly and well-armed with mobility in various terrains made the orc engineers design a new type of unit that corresponded to these longings.

Many studies and prototypes were made until the so-called Tin Boy emerged, a mech manned by about 5 orcs able to intervene quickly in combat and still serve as a quick and well-armed reconnaissance unit. These models were extremely effective against human units and became units known to all.

In a short time, the humans projected a steam mech larger and more powerful than the one of the Orcs, baptized in honor to its creator the engineer and General George S. Robinson, becoming known like General Robinson.

Steam combat mechs are powered by engines that synthesize aerolite vapor and make it a powerful fuel. They are units with a large radius of action and able to intervene in various combat situations. They have several configurations and are prepared through a well-coordinated attack to attack and destroy a landship. Both orcs and humans know the value of these units, employing them in different situations."

The most modern ones already have a radio system based on crystal, which allows you to send messages between them and thus coordinate the combat."

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This title was added to our catalog on June 07, 2019.