Tuesday, 13 January 2015

House Steiner Über Alles: 3 A Couple More Mechs

And as I'm looking through my photo collection what do I stumble upon but a couple more House Steiner mechs.  Who would've thought?  First up is my reposed Victor as I don't like the basic pose the model is supplied in.  This was quite tricky and it broke during painting so I had to rebuild it with stronger pinning.

A Firestarter, gotta love a Firestarter, well at least I love mine, which is a combination of the original Firsestarter sculpt and and the new Dark Ages version with added gubbins for the fuel hoses.

I think, for values of think that is, that House Steiner and four legged mechs goes to together like wine and cheese, tea and biscuits etc.  So one day I will have two platoons of four legged mechs for my House Steiner Battalion.  This Sirocco has been slightly modified to sex up the pose.


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    1. All part of my 4444th Regimental Combat Team. Sirocco from the first platoon, the Firestarter from the third platoon, and the Victor from the fourth platoon.

      Edit: to correct error in OP.

  2. I've always liked the Bliz^WScorpion more than the "big" four-leggers like the Goliath, in spite of the torso bomb problem caused by the heat sink rule change. The low centre of mass just seems to make more sense. I know I shouldn't be thinking that way ("this is madness - this is Battletech").

    1. I have a Scorpion too, and plan to add a couple more, because if one is good, two or three are better. ;-)

      As I get older, and more crochety about such things, I'm liking the low slung four leg mechs more than ever. It just seems like a sensible weapons platform (with qualification for the terms and conditions of sensible, namely not too tall, but just tall enough.


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