Bow. Do it. What do you mean, "I have to see your army before I surrender"? Okay, fine.
Well, after a long search today, I finally found the USB port for my camera, so I naturally had to show you how an army should be structured. A good place to start is actually having any structure whatsoever, but, whatever...
Firstly, some organized squaddies of evil. First row is light firarms squad; second is assault squad, and 3rd is heavy assault squad. The guy in the back is the captain of the platoon.
Then, as everyone knows, the modern battlefield is only under control if you have power AND mobility. Here's my 102nd Paratrooper squad. Oh yes, and the second one is a female, so don't say I'm sexist.
Don't get me wrong- black is the epitome of badassery, but something about the jungle makes green a more camoflaged colour. Here is the 201st Jungle Ops team.
Here's the bloke you'll be doing the bowing to. The guy in front is Grand High Emperor/Admiral of the Grand Fleet Ace XXI. The other fascist dude is General Max Lazerclaw, scurge of all farce weilding idiots. The guy behind both of them is Ace's private body guard, trained in the ways of jumping in front of bullets.
Oh yeah and, yes, that is a cult. Every evil genius needs one.
Sometimes stealth is needed and the fascist police aren't around. For such times, I have the Spec Ops.
And... Just to show up Doc X, I have a couple of aircraft
. Firstly, the V-2 Valkyrie (Based off of robotech, and following instructions not by me
Does it transform? Duh...
Last but not least, an aircraft of my own design: the T-1 Transgressor; the V/STOL drop ship to end all V/STOL drop ships. Shock, horror; it uses tiltrotor technology to transition between the two modes of flight.
The grey compartment and side mounted boxes can be removed on the ground or jetissoned in flight in case of emergency, leaving the T-1 looking somewhat like this:
Here is my entire brickshelf folder when it becomes public:
Questions? Comments? Concerns?
PS: This is the point at which you surrender