MechWarrior 4 - Executioner (Gladiator) Free Mech Paper Model Download

MechWarrior 4 - Executioner (Gladiator) Free Mech Paper Model Download

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MechWarrior 4 - Executioner Gladiator Mech Paper ModelThis mech paper model is Executioner (Gladiator), a mech from the video game MechWarrior 4, the papercraft is created by Shiftdel. The size of finished model is about 325 (H) x 207 (W) x 136 (D) mm.

Fast and powerful, the Executioner, known as the Gladiator in the Inner Sphere, is an assault OmniMech often deployed by Clan Ghost Bear. Though originally produced by Clan Ghost Bear, design schematics for the Executioner were actually acquired in a trial with Clan Burrock.

The Executioner took time to develop from the schematics, however, as the Ghost Bears originally decided to splice the design with the Kodiak BattleMech, creating an Omni- Totem 'Mech. When the two designs were eventually deemed too incompatible in early prototypes, the projects were split again, quickly creating the Executioner and eventually creating the rugged second-line totem Kodiak BattleMech. The only other Clans who have had great success with producing configurations of the Executioner were the Smoke Jaguars and the Burrocks, who drew up the original blue prints.

Using a massive Heavy Force 380 XL Engine, the Executioner has a top speed of 64.8 km/h. A MASC system enhances the top speed to 86.4 km/h, and four permanently mounted Pryzhok WM10 jump jets give the 'Mech the ability to propel itself 120 meters into the air. This unusual emphasis on speed gives the Executioner unmatched speed for its weight class, as it is often capable of keeping up with 'Mechs twenty or thirty tons lighter than itself. The Executioner also carries thirteen and a half tons of Ferro-Fibrous armor, which is below average for its weight class, but generally adequate. Sixteen double heat sinks are mounted to cool the 'Mech down. [Source: sarna]

You can download the papercraft model here: MechWarrior 4 - Executioner (Gladiator) Free Mech Paper Model Download

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