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With the mysterious object hurling towards Earth, Cain Marko desperately searches for a way to overcome his scheming allies and harness the energy of the space entity. As the human Juggernaut, Marko has always been unstoppable but is still limited by his own size and strength. Upon the final construction of his mech, “Atlas”, Marko engineered the massive machine with a perfect combination of strength and durability.

Marko named his mech “Atlas” after the powerful titan known for his extreme physical endurance. From the cockpit, Marko can control Atlas almost as if it is merely a larger version of himself. Although tempted to add advanced weaponry, Marko preferred hand-to-hand combat to ranged attacks.

While testing out the controls, Atlas was clocked running at just over 210 kph. While running at full speed, the multiple layers of hardened steel armor allow Atlas to shrug off most ballistic attacks smaller than a large explosion. After a massive charge to knock anything to the ground, the strong arms and legs are more than capable of smashing and tearing other mechs to pieces. In addition, Atlas’ back is equipped with four separate thrusters, giving Atlas heightened acceleration and the ability to jump short distances.

Juggernaut and Atlas will let nothing get in their way!

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  1. Gabe Umland 48 months ago | reply

    dude this is so amazing, it is so menacing! Very excellent clean build! Great work!

  2. zane_houston 48 months ago | reply

    I have not weighed him yet, but my roommate does have a small scale he uses for cooking or something, maybe drugs, i'm not really sure... but I could probably weigh him tonight. I don't really know what typical creations weigh but i'd guess it's not quite 15 pounds, it would be interesting to see though.

    And im kidding about the drugs... in case anyone of higher authority is reading this

  3. Robo-Knight 48 months ago | reply

    Amazing work! What kind of frame did you use?

  4. |M-A-K-B-R-I-C-K-S| [deleted] 48 months ago | reply

    Missed this. So amazing.

  5. Kondeki 48 months ago | reply

    The whole thing reminds me of SupCom. I love it. :P

  6. naugem 48 months ago | reply

    You should put this on Cuusoo. I would definitely buy it.

  7. Cactüs 48 months ago | reply

    Holy crap thats is phenomenal awesomeness

  8. ZephyrChaos 47 months ago | reply

    For the love of god man this alone has 20k views >.>

  9. aco909 40 months ago | reply

    Please tell me why this isnt on LEGO cuusoo. It is jaw-droppingly massive and elegently smooth and i want one.

  10. garywright2 40 months ago | reply

    any chance you will be publishing a build guide on this?

  11. SithPez 38 months ago | reply

    Even with no guide for the whole thing, I would love to know how you did all those joints. Great work!

  12. Master §pectra 34 months ago | reply

    Really awesome build

  13. Bricksky 26 months ago | reply


  14. Max Farnea 12 months ago | reply

    great job! impressive

  15. po1yester 10 months ago | reply

    Just came across this via Facebook. So great,m. I love the overall sleekness and the rivers. Excellent!

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