In the Warhammer 40,000 universe, vehicles deployed by the armies of Imperium and giant robots are built on Forge Worlds, entire planets dedicated to industry under the mandate of the techno-priests of Adeptus Mechanicus. Imperial Knight Mech You’re Watching Here (via) warhammer community) was made from scrap metal and cars by the employees of a game shop in Thailand.
“The top part was made from an entire Volkswagen,” the creators told the Warhammer community. “It took several months to complete, and it is based on a Canis rex miniature. The base of the replica was built from cement and steel fibers to hold more than four tons of the knight’s weight, and it was filled with sand, grass. And a tha cactus was added.”
It was made with the help of metal workers of ban hun leko, a museum in Ang Thong that makes replicas of everything transformer To xenomorphs. The shop in question is Legendary Wargame, which also runs a gaming and miniature-painting club on weekends. When asked why he made a mech, he replied, “Who doesn’t love a big robot? It’s the most iconic Imperial Knight. If there’s Xeno attacking the club in the future, we hope that’s our knight.” He himself will go ahead and protect us.”
They also built an Outrider motorbike, and while the Knight Preceptor was built at half that size, the bike is meant to scale. However, you can’t ride it, because the wheels weren’t designed to spin. “Everybody wants something like this on the road and wants to try to ride it,” the team said. “We want to pretend to be a space marine, riding it, fighting against the orc hordes.”
It took about a year for each of the two to finish, and Legendary Wargame clearly has more planned. “We’re building more battlefields, more play areas, and a coffee shop. In the future, we’ll build a bigger ship or a dragon, or maybe even both,” he said.
If you want to see these impressive replicas in person, or see the alien tyrant built into the wall, you have to go to legendary wargame In Nonthaburi, Thailand.