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Quadpedial Walker Part Card

Quadpedial Walker

This is a premium Techniconica Part Card which will enable you to play the game of Techniconica or expand your existing collection of Part.

Each card is printed on thick card stock and should, with care, last a long time and serve you well in your battles!

Each Card represents a single piece of a Mech and each card does a specific job for your Mech. Power Plants generate power, Cockpits house the pilot, Weapons are used to fight with and Locomotors are used to give your Mechs mobility.

This part is a Locomotor type card and they form the means that a Mech is able to move around the battlefield. Faster locomotors typically are lighter armoured and less able to carry heavier Mechs whereas heavier duty Locomotors can carry more, but are slower on the battlefield..

This part has a Weight of 0, a Power Consumption of 3 as well an Armour rating of 3 and a Damage Threshold of 3. For a view a detailed breakdown of the cards stats, click here.


Part Advantages & Disadvantages

  • Armour (3)
  • Damage Threshold (5)
  • Power Consumption (3)
  • Speed (2)
  • Maximum Weight (14)

Game Stats

Part TypeLocomotor
Armour
3
Damage Threshold
5
Maximum Weight
14
Power Consumption
3
Speed
2
Special Rules

None

Technical Specifications

Armour Thickness353mm
Effective Armour Thickness420mm
Estimated Credit Cost52,075kr
Height5.792m
Length7.638m
Max Incline31.6 degrees
Maximum Weight38,129kg
Power Consumption129.8kw/sec
Top Speed43kph
Top Speed [Over Rough]28.2kph
Width3.3095m

Part Artwork

Background

Overview

The four legged walking platform that is the Quadpedial Walker provides an incredibly stable platform for advancing on the enemy. It has modest weight carrying ability and a moderate damage capability, at the cost of low speed and ground clearance.

Each leg is articulated using hydraulic internal pumps, giving each leg completely independent articulation and the entire unit is controlled by a slave CPU unit which keeps the working platform stable and level.

The base unit uses terrain scanning radar to create predictive estimates of the oncoming terrain, allowing it to create optimised foot-fall placement plans.