Warhammer WHM-6XP

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01/26/11 08:47 AM

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Warhammer WHM-6XP

Mass: 70 tons
Tech Base: Inner Sphere
Chassis Config: Biped
Rules Level: Tournament Legal
Era: Clan Invasion
Tech Rating/Era Availability: E/X-X-D
Production Year: 3070
Cost: 6.495.133 C-Bills
Battle Value: 1.539

Chassis: Unknown Standard
Power Plant: Unknown 280 Fusion Engine
Walking Speed: 43,2 km/h
Maximum Speed: 64,8 km/h
Jump Jets: None
Jump Capacity: 0 meters
Armor: Unknown Ferro-Fibrous
3 PPCs
2 Medium Lasers
2 Machine Guns
Manufacturer: Unknown
Primary Factory: Unknown
Communications System: Unknown
Targeting and Tracking System: Unknown

The SLDF field workshops were famous for their conversion work on existing
mechs. Much of this was applied to battle-damaged machines. Many
modifications were minor, but once in a while Techs came up with unusual and
ingenious designs.

The Warhammer 6XP was based on a refit of the original 6R, which added double
strength heat sinks and ferro fibrous armour. The upgrade did not alter the
number of heat sinks. While this solved the Warhammer's heat problem, it
wasted cooling ability.

When a Warhammer was brought in for repairs, Techs working on a Shadow Hawk hit
upon the idea to replace the SRM6 launcher with a third PPC, on a mount similar
to the one seen on the Shadow Hawk's AC/5.

The Warhammer 6XP carried a powerful long-range punch, only matched by the much
heavier Awesome.

Techs canibalized an AC/5 mount from a Shadow Hawk and mounted it on the
Warhammer's right shoulder, removing the SRM6. The autocannon mount proved
more than able to carry the PPC, being lighter and having no recoil.

The 6XP soon was adopted by other workshops and many were used as fire support
mechs with heavy companies.

The 6XP was very effective in long range combat and soon caught media
attention. Star League intelligence even doctored some footage with a version
mounting four PPC's leading the major houses to scramble to come up with an

Though only about 30 machines were ever modified, plans to upgrade the
Warhammer to this new configuration were prematurely aborted by the Civil War.

By 3067, a small company offered an upgrade package for older 6R models based
on the 6XP, the only difference being the replacement of the standard medium
lasers with ER models.

Equipment Type Rating Mass
Internal Structure: Standard 107 points 7,00
Engine: Fusion Engine 280 16,00
Walking MP: 4
Running MP: 6
Jumping MP: 0
Heat Sinks: Double Heat Sink 16(32) 6,00
Heat Sink Locations: 1 RT, 2 LA, 2 RA
Gyro: Standard 3,00
Cockpit: Standard 3,00
Actuators: L: SH+UA+LA R: SH+UA+LA
Armor: Ferro-Fibrous AV - 179 10,00
Armor Locations: 1 HD, 2 CT, 4 LT, 3 RT, 2 LL, 2 RL

Internal Armor
Structure Factor
Head 3 9
Center Torso 22 27
Center Torso (rear) 7
L/R Torso 15 23
L/R Torso (rear) 6
L/R Arm 11 17
L/R Leg 15 22

Equipment Location Heat Critical Mass
PPC RA 10 3 7,00
PPC LA 10 3 7,00
PPC RT 10 3 7,00
Machine Gun RT 0 1 0,50
Medium Laser RT 3 1 1,00
Machine Gun LT 0 1 0,50
Medium Laser LT 3 1 1,00
@MG (200) LT - 1 1,00
Free Critical Slots: 6

BattleForce Statistics
MV S (+0) M (+2) L (+4) E (+6) Wt. Ov Armor: 6 Points: 15
4 4 4 3 0 3 0 Structure: 6
Special Abilities: SRCH, ES, SOA
01/26/11 01:58 PM

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Weapon load out reminds me of the Awesome...

Given time and plenty of paper, a philosopher can prove anything.
01/26/11 03:49 PM

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It is an Awesome in all but name, but I had this vision of a Warhammer with a third "over the shoulder" Donal ...
01/26/11 04:04 PM

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An Awesome, yes, as was acknowledged. Plus faster and lighter, which is always a step up, and with better short range backup. And, probably a bit better heatsinked, too. The only thing an Awesome's got on this Warhammer is armor (8Q) and range if its an 9Q.

I like it for its upgrade concept, and the fluff bit about using an AC5s weapon mount to add the PPC was a cool idea. The AC5 now has a new niche, thankfully not as a primary weapon!

01/30/11 09:24 PM

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Certainly fits nicely as a Field-Refit, and nicely fluffed too...
CEO Heretic BattleMechs.
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