It appeared in the original trailer for the Alexander raid, IIRC. No doub this'll happen at some point.
Contributing Yugioh's Not-Alexander, complete with its own wikipedia article printed on the card.
2d6 damage, Reflex DC 17 half damage. Same for the Rusting Grasp spell except the DC is 14 + caster's ability mod.
Warforged are a mix of stone, iron, and wood, so they don't get completely rekt by rust monsters, but it still hurts.
Being magic does not preclude something from being mechanical or having a mechanical aesthetic.
Given that absolutely no /m/ material is actual shit, I'd wager the aesthetic matters more than the actuality.
You have to imagine actually living or working in one of those spires would be an exercise in hilarious understanding. Assuming they are not purely cosmetic.
>Let me know when we're stopping for a day. I need to unpack every goddamn thing I own, then possible cook a meal without killing myself.
>I find the lack of X disturbing
You know, Star Wars feels much more like a fairly advanced technomagic than scifi. I mean, they developed force fields but still use manually loaded catapults?
Does Alexander walk on both arms with the body never touching the ground like the Russian Golem in Battlezone, or does it use its stubby waist/pelvis as a 3rd "foot" kind of like a monkey's scooting-walk (both arms for one step then swinging the body forwards for the next step)?
Don't know if this is the right thread for this, but does anyone here have some good pics for smaller scale, nonhumanoid mechs?
Like Battletech stuff, but only slightly larger than an average vehicle
Cape aside, I always thought Escaflowne was a little generic looking. Gorgeously animated though.
Now Rayearth, on the other hand...