Kit Lau posted a photo of some rusted equipment, as well some photos of the upcoming Worker variant of the Laurel Mech on his Acid Rain World Instagram page!
Kit Lau posted the backstory for the Soil Ghosts on his Acid Rain World Instagram page!
Being described as devils by Argurts government’s propaganda, the Soil Ghosts are living in the desert area where resources were exhausted by its former state. They build tents on the deserted buildings. They rob against the traders who export Argurts’ agricultural produce to Omanga but they seldom take the lives of the traders.
Kit Lau updated the Acid Rain World blog with the story of the Omanga!
Omanga has developed nuclear technology and started to use nuclear plants to generate power. As nuclear power is far more efficient than fossil energy, they have more resources to develop biochemical and mechanical technology. Omanga has expanded the use of nuclear power to an unprecedented level. Finally its first generation nuclear plant at the north exploded in an accident and released large quantities of radioactive particles into the atmosphere. This catastrophic disaster has contaminated half of the territory of Omanga and some of the neighbouring states. Most of the populations at the north moved to the south. With resources pressure, Omanga has become more aggressive and started its invasion to the border of Gafia.
Kit Lau posted more images of the 1/6 scale Laurel (Marine) Mech that he’s building! Check out more pics on his Acid Rain World Instagram page!
Thanks to Tony_Bacala of HISS Tank, we’ve got images of the San Diego Comic Con 2015 exclusive Acid Rain World Green Jeep with Sol Commander!
Kit Lau posted some images of paint tests of the Flakbike and the Laurel Worker mech on his Acid Rain World Instagram page!
Paint test only, not the final version.
Hey guys! So remember when I said “It looks pretty awesome. I wish it was a mass-release since I’ll probably never get one.”
Well, thanks to
Pre-order your very own Acid Rain World with Green Sol Commander at Big Bad Toy Store!
Thanks to Joe Moore of HISS Tank, we’ve got images of Oritoy‘s Acid Rain World booth at San Diego Comic Con!
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