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What always made me wonder: The 'Mech on the TRO:3058-cover is clearly a Bushwacker as we know him from MW:III and MC:II, but its picture in the TRO itself seems to show a completely different 'Mech, only roughly recognizable by its weapon loadout. Probably the first picture and the later pictures were deemed more fitting, but can anybody confirm that? Is there any fluff concerning that fact? It is mentioned, that engineers had problems with the unique torso position and placement of inner components, but it is never mentioned that this lead to a different outer appearance of the prototypes or something like that---RagTag 11:28, 6 April 2010 (UTC)

My guess would be that TRO 3058 pic was made by the artist who never really seen the Bushwacker, or he did, just too long ago to remember enough. Cause yea, the picture out there doesn't resemble the Bushwacker too much... The Colorful Project 12:32, 6 April 2010 (UTC)
That's what's so strange about it: The most well-known pictures and THE official picture tied to the Mech's data seem to have nothing to do with each other... However, we probably wont solve this problem... : ( RagTag 13:54, 6 April 2010 (UTC)
Maybe ask at CBT, in the Masters of the Universe form? Might get an in-universe answer. That'd be cool.--Revanche (talk|contribs) 15:23, 6 April 2010 (UTC)