An earlier prototype of a compact, straight design without modularity, the Peregrine was designed to meet the market for a fast, durable combat 'Frame with the ability to change positions rapidly and lay down suppressive fire at consistant rates. Expanding on lessons learnt from VAL, the Peregrine met all the preset specifications, but never hit the mass-market because of it's unique and hard-to-supply parts. VMW now has three of these 'Frames in their hangars, one of them belonging to the Lunar Wolves commander, Ruben Benar.Preinstalled Systems:
The Peregrine comes stock with a back-and-forth projecting distortion field, which is experimental technology in itself. By scattering visible light through an array of projectos mounted all around the chassis, visual and laser acquisition of the 'Frame is rendered vague and inaccurate, which gives the agile 'Frame a layer of protection that adds a lot less tonnage to the overall weight, retaining prime agility. This agility is imbued with two double-port jets attached to the legs, which allow the VMX-02 to hop on elevated surfaces and cross wider gaps with ease.
The two primary weapon systems of the Peregrine are it's twin-linked pulse-burst cannons. Firing tungsten rounds with depleted uranium tips at high cadence, these weapons require frequent maintenance to remain opperative at peak levels and tend to jam a lot if neglected. The impressive ammunition capacity and accurate flight properties of the 82mm round, though, make up for this.
Loadout Stats: Imagery:L2R: Front, Side, Back, Angle This time, I actually built a 'Frame out of Legos, too. Technical SchematicsLDD File