This is one of the CLASSIC RIFTS robots that I illustrated for Rifts Northern Gun (NG1) published by Palladiumbooks. It was debuted in RIFTS NG Prototype and will be released in NG1. Had to paint this one as it is the nostalgia for Rifts giant robots that many adventurers/GMs have had some of their first RPG experiences with. There may be more added to this description later. Original pencils here:
RIFTS NG V7 HUNTER MOBILE GUN
The Hunter Mobile Gun has been one of Northern Gun’s most iconic robot vehicles for many years. It is widely selected by Robot pilots, explorers, adventurers and high tech bandits throughout North, Central and South America. It has proven itself to be easy to operate, and a dependable workhorse in the field. It is equipped with a powerful Howitzer NG-H155 rail gun hat provide a range that is nearly superior to all other rail guns, as well as the technology to discharge a double shot which increases the damage delivery to adversaries. The Hunter Mobile gun has a nice ammo payload to suffice long expenditures of his powerhouse cannon. Also part of the Hunters armament are dual mini-missile launchers that are protected in the armored forearms and are ideal for self defense and engaging with enemy troops and close encounter combat. Built into the lower torso is the NG-330 Laser cannon turret that functions as a close range deterrent and laser support with its unlimited payload.
The Hunter Mobile Gun’s humanoid build is suitable for most terrain whether it is on the plains, in the forest or slogging through swamps and marshes. The design is also adept for gathering specimens during explorations, or to set up and carry heavy equipment and if need be to physically engage with giant sized predators and rival adversaries. It is ideal for patrols, sentry positions, artillery and troop support and of course exploration.
Model Type: NG-V7
Class: Infantry Assault Robot Vehicle.
Crew: Three; One pilot, one Co-pilot and a gunner, plus four passengers, though the pilot can handle all functions if necessary.
Speed: 70 mph maximum, with an indefinite pace as the robot does not tire.
Water: Up to 15 mph walking along the bottom, maximum depth is 2,500 feet.
Flight: Not Applicable.
Height: 32 feet.
Width: 19 feet from shoulder to shoulder.
Length: 14 feet.
Weight: 34 tons.