Here comes some Shinkawa-inspired unmanned weapon madness...we've got two unmanned weapons: a walking, roughly-humanoid one, the "Guerilla," and a flying one, the "Skua." I will eventually refine these and use them as common, "cannon fodder" drones used by the Dominion forces (formerly called Xandu) in the Kyrdan
game project, but for now, enjoy the ugly, half-arsed shading, which I just realized kinda rips off *Zaeta-K
's style...oh well.
Anyways, the Guerilla differs from a typical robot in that rather than having limbs powered by electricity or hydraulics, its body is largely composed of cloned human muscle tissue, within a black, puncture-proof sheathing material. This technically makes it a cyborg, and enables much more fluid motion. It can wield a variety of weapons in its large hands as well. As a last resort, each Guerilla comes packaged with a high-explosive charge built into its main body...if all else fails, it can activate the charge, run at the enemy and explode, acting as a suicide bomber.
The pterodactyl-like Skua is all-mechanical, but instead of using a more conventional propeller or jet motor, it relies on unorthodox flapping wings, which emit no infrared exhaust signature and as such, enable the Skua to be very easily configured for stealth roles. It is mostly designed as a low-altitude, ground attack UAV, with a head-mounted laser cannon that can either fire in pulses or in a continuous cutting beam, and its two "talons" are actually hardpoints that can be equipped with a variety of heavier weapons such as missiles, machine guns, unguided rockets, or energy-projectile weapons. They can also be used to pick up enemy soldiers, then drop them to their death.
These designs are (c) 2013 yours truly
Steal them and I will have Princess Celestia banish you to the moon