New Capellan design for TRO:3063 - the Privateer

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New Capellan design for TRO:3063 - the Privateer

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This has a brother in the Draconis Combine, but which features a very different warload.

Otherwise similar in tonnage.

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NICE!!

Just one question though...

What's it called? There's err..no name listed. It looks awesome though.
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Post by Centurion13 »

It's a Privateer, the PV-2L. Heck, it says so right on the drawing. :D

The Privateer PV-1K is a similar beast.... but based on a different chassis and with a different warload, as it serves the Draconis Combine.

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Love them both, but that V2 Rocks!!!
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Nice job. I like how the weapon is attached to the back and comes over the shoulder.

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Post by Snake Eyes »

Nicely done........those are cool mechs

Whats the weight class?
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Post by Steve Ronin »

I like the K varient best.
guessing from the pix, I would say these are 70-75 ton Heavies.
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Post by Centurion13 »

Yes, they are 75 tonners.

They're both solid designs, intended exclusively for mercenaries signing on with the House producing them.

One is ammunition-dependent, the other is not; both are styled for the mindset of their respective Houses towards mercenaries.

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