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LA National Guard Tin Man by Gideon020 LA National Guard Tin Man by Gideon020
Disclaimer: I have no idea where this came from, tell me so I can give kudos. Adapted for the Coreline universe created by marcoasalazarm.

Los Angeles National Guard 'Tin Man' Full Body Conversion

Perhaps the most common full-body cybernetic conversion in Los Angeles, the National Guard's standard FBC package is a design that harkens to Skynet's Terminator-series of robot assassins and perhaps this is inspiration for the so-called Tin Man.

The Tin Man is incredibly basic, but this is intentional so that the user can customize their body to fulfill any mission role and objective on the fly and still be legal for civilian life after their tour of duty is over, serving as an interim body until a more suitable body can be purchased.

Outside Los Angeles, the Tin Man is rarely seen even though in comparison to some full-body cybernetic options it is by far the most superior body one can purchase on a budget.

-Powerplant: GMLA TEK-90 'Steel Heart' bio-reactor.
-Muscle Package: Vat-grown nano-muscles and redunant Electro-Active Polymers and liquid hydraulics.
-Armor: MDC Nano-composites with Nano-myomer weave insulation.
Basic Optics Package, can be customized.
Basic Audio Package, can be customized.
Basic Sensor Package, can be customized.
None but can use infantry and heavy weapons and can be customized with internal weapons.
Price: $50,000
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Tha-Dizz Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010
It is from RIFTS. Triax Cyborg.
Glitterboy2098 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
actually it's an AA-63 combat bot built by the A.R.C.H.I.E.-3 AI in his hidden factories. see RIFTS sourcebook 1 or sourcebook 1 revised for details. this particular peice of art came from the RIFTS customizable card game
JuicedMonkey Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2010
Actualy yes it is from RIFTS, but it's not Triax, it's one of A.R.C.H.I.E. Three's robots. I think it an A64 Combat Drone.... Not 100% on the actual name though. The picture was used on on of the cards in the RIFTS CCG that is no longer in production.
marcoasalazarm Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2009
Think it's from RIFTS. Don't know which book, though-but that dang thing's gotta be either TRIAX or Coalition.
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