"Of course, we don't know what the enemy calls this unit, but the boys in the xenotech reverse engineering lab call it a P.E.S.T., Protective Environment Support and Transport. The enemy sends 'em into rad-zones, plague areas, toxic wastelands, anyplace that would poison, infect or fry a normal crew, to scavenge for materials and mine for resources. They're not much at range, but they can drill, crush, chop and slice their way through even convoy armor, and the bugs strap some nasty peashooters to the manipulator arm. Now the good news is the tech boys say their model is a few weeks from feild rediness. Gotta think of a good name for them, though, something... patriotic! What's the most American kind of bug? A cicada? One of them rolly-polly deals? Gladys, get me a list of the ten manliest bugs on this continent, in order of patriotism."
- General Arthur Weldoth, North American Extra-Terrestial Counterinsurgence Command.
A snap-together kit that assembles into a 2.25" tall action figure with seven points of articulation (claw, 2 shoulders, drill-elbow, drill and 2 hips) and an opening cockpit that can fit a Transformers: Titans Return Titan Master or one of my 35mm "Standing Pilot" figures, such as this one
. The figure has a 5mm port on its left shoulder and the claw-hand has a 3mm port in the center. 2mm Titan-pegs allow riders to stand on top of the mech and the feet have both 2mm and 3mm ports.