LEGO Rose: Response-Class Rover
Built as a custom retaliation vehicle, this all-terrain rover has been modified with a powerful engine and formidable plasma turret. Relying mostly on speed and offense rather than an armored defense, the Rose is the first land unit to respond to a base attack. With its overpowered engine, the rover can race to the scene faster than some aircraft, and it is able to defend itself while proceeding to its destinations thanks to its deadly rotational turret.
This rover was initially designed to be a modular vehicle that could explore almost any terrain, but equipping it to be faster and fight back made this simple rover into a lethal combatant.
The driver has a simple domed windscreen that only provides protection from minor attacks, and the turret operator has an advance visor that helps aim at moving targets.
This LEGO creation is about 25% TECHNIC, which is mainly used to steer the front wheels while pushing the vehicle from the back:
This rover is also equipped with a sliding gun rack, which is used to aid others with a means of defense:
The quad-barreled turret is able to fire armor-piercing plasma bolts with extreme accuracy. It is able to rotate 360 degrees and can tilt upward over 60 degrees. The visual guidance systems (blue lights between barrels) are able to lead moving targets with ease, enabling the rover to defend itself from aircraft and bombardment:
The rover was christened the nickname Rose because of its dangerous additions to its original form (like thorns on a flower), and as tribute to the recently decease animator, Monty Oum.