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"Longhorn" Long Range Mech Model (376 Pcs + Instructions + Minifig Compatible) | Purple


"Longhorn" Long Range Mech Model 

Includes everything you need to build the Longhorn - 376 pieces and instructions.

The Lawless Frontier was a desolate wasteland ruled by mechs, towering metallic beasts that roamed the land with their human pilots, imposing their will on the weak and vulnerable. It was a place where only the strong survived, and where the law was whatever the largest mechs said it was. But one mech stood out from the rest, the Longhorn, piloted by a former gunslinger known as Jack "Deadshot" Donovan.

The Longhorn mech was a marvel of engineering, a formidable machine that struck fear into the hearts of Jack's enemies. Its purple armor plating gleamed in the harsh desert sun, a testament to Jack's skill as a mechanic and his dedication to making his mech the best it could be.

Unlike most mechs, the Longhorn didn't rely on legs to move around. Instead, it hovered above the ground with the help of its 360-degree booster unit. This made it perfect for traversing the rugged terrain of the Wild West, where traditional legs could easily get stuck in the sand or tangled in brush.

As Jack rode into town in his trusty Longhorn, the locals couldn't help but stare in awe at the towering purple machine. The Longhorn's sleek design and impressive power made it stand out even among the other mechs in the town.

As Jack dismounted from his mech, he could feel the stares of the other cowboys and outlaws around him. He knew that his Longhorn was the envy of many, and he took pride in showing off its unique design.

But the Longhorn wasn't just a mode of transportation. It was also a deadly weapon, thanks to its two long-range energy cannons. Jack knew that if he ever got into a shootout with bandits or rival mech pilots, he could rely on the Longhorn's powerful weaponry to come out on top.

But it was the Longhorn's abilities that truly set it apart from other mechs. Jack had spent countless hours modifying and improving his machine, adding in a variety of unique features that gave him the edge in battle. 

The latest powerful upgrade to the Longhorn was its EMP blast. With a surge of energy, the mech could emit a powerful electromagnetic pulse that would disable any nearby mechs, leaving them vulnerable to attack. This ability was useful in close-quarters combat or when surrounded by multiple enemies. This ability had saved Jack's life on numerous occasions, allowing him to take out multiple enemies at once and turn the tide of battle in his favor.

In addition to these abilities, the Longhorn also had a powerful shield generator that could create a protective energy field around the mech, absorbing incoming damage and keeping Jack safe in even the most dangerous situations. And last but not least, the mech was equipped with a high-powered laser beam that could slice through even the thickest armor plating with ease, leaving his enemies defenseless against his deadly arsenal.

Together, these abilities made the Longhorn a truly fearsome machine, capable of taking on entire armies of mechs single-handedly. And with Jack at the helm, there was no force in the Lawless Frontier that could stand in his way.

Jack had grown up in a town where violence was a way of life. In his teens he quickly became known as one of the most feared gunslingers in the region, always quick on the draw and never backing down from a fight. But after a tragic gun fight that left his family dead, Jack left the life of a gunslinger behind and turned to mech piloting as a means of survival.

Now, at the age of 35, Jack was a quiet, brooding figure who kept to himself and rarely spoke unless he had something important to say. He was fiercely independent and valued his freedom above all else, but had a strong sense of justice and would do whatever it took to protect those he cared about.

Jack's skills as a mech pilot were unmatched. He had lightning-fast reflexes and a keen eye for targets, making him a deadly adversary in battle. He was also a skilled mechanic, able to repair and modify his mech on the fly. In addition to his piloting skills, Jack was still a crack shot with a revolver and was able to hold his own in a gunfight.

One day Jack received a distress signal from an old friend named Nate.

Nate was a long-time friend and fellow gunslinger who had grown up with Jack in the frontier town. Nate had always been the one person that Jack could rely on, and the two had formed a bond that had lasted through the years.

When Jack's family was killed, Nate was the one who had been there for him, offering his support and helping him to find a way to survive in the harsh world of the Lawless Frontier.

But as time passed, Nate had fallen on hard times. He had become involved with a group of bandits who had promised him a share of their spoils in exchange for his skills as a gunslinger. Nate had been desperate for money, and had foolishly accepted the offer.

But as he worked with the bandits, Nate began to realize that he had made a terrible mistake. These were not just simple robbers looking for a quick score - they were cold-blooded killers who took pleasure in causing pain and suffering to their victims.

Nate had tried to leave the gang, but they had tracked him down and were now holding him captive.

When Jack received Nate's message, he knew that he had to act quickly. He could not let his old friend suffer at the hands of these monsters. And so, he set out on a mission to find Nate and rescue him from the bandits' clutches.

As Jack journeyed across the Lawless Frontier, memories of his family flooded back to him. He remembered the day that they were killed - the sound of gunshots ringing through the air, the screams of his loved ones as they were cut down in front of him.

That day had changed Jack forever. It had hardened him. But it had also given him a sense of purpose - a determination to protect those he cared about and to fight against the evil that threatened to consume the frontier.

As the Longhorn approached the bandit hideout, Jack could feel his heart racing with adrenaline. He knew that the bandits were dangerous, but he was determined to save his friend Nate and put an end to their reign of terror.

The first bandit mech appeared on the horizon, its double blaster cannons gleaming in the sun. Jack quickly activated the Longhorn's shield generator, creating a protective energy field around his mech. The bandit mech jumped high into the air, its blasters firing at the Longhorn.

Jack dodged and weaved through the air, his Longhorn's boosters propelling him out of harm's way. He fired back with his long-range energy cannons, the blasts of purple light streaking through the air and striking the bandit mech's armor plating.

The bandit mech landed on the ground and charged towards the Longhorn, its blasters firing rapidly. Jack activated the EMP blast, causing the bandit mech to falter and stop in its tracks. Taking advantage of the momentary distraction, Jack fired the laser beam, slicing through the bandit mech's armor and destroying it in a spectacular explosion of metal and flame.

The battle was far from over, however. More bandit mechs appeared on the horizon, their weapons charging up and ready to fire. Jack knew that he couldn't take them all on alone, but he was determined to protect his friend and put an end to the bandit's reign of terror.

The Longhorn's boosters hummed as Jack maneuvered around the battlefield, firing his long-range energy cannons at the approaching mechs. The blasts of energy lit up the sky, creating a dazzling display of color and light.

The bandit mechs fired back, their weapons striking the Longhorn's shield generator and causing it to flicker and falter. Jack knew that he had to act fast if he was going to survive this battle.

He activated another EMP blast, disabling several nearby mechs. Jack took aim with his long-range energy cannons, firing with deadly precision and taking out several more bandit mechs in a shower of sparks and smoke.

The battle raged on, with Jack dodging and weaving through the air, firing his weapons with deadly accuracy. The air was thick with the smell of burning metal and the sound of explosions, creating a chaotic and intense atmosphere that kept Jack on his toes.

Jack's Longhorn mech revved up its engines as it approached the hideout’s center. He could see the large mech that belonged to the bandit leader, a massive hulking beast with a giant hammer that glowed with energy. Jack had heard about this particular mech before - it was rumored to have the power to crush even the toughest armor plating with a single blow.

"Well, well, well," the bandit leader sneered. "Look who we have here. Deadshot Donovan, come to save his friend."

Jack tensed, his hand on the trigger of his energy cannon. "Let him go," he said, his voice low and dangerous.

The bandit leader laughed. "I don't think so. You've both caused me a lot of trouble, Donovan. And now, it's time to pay the price."

The bandit leader suddenly lunged forward and swung his hammer, but Jack's Longhorn managed to dodge the attack with ease, thanks to its superior speed and maneuverability. Jack countered with a blast from his energy cannons, but the bandit leader's mech nullified the attack with its own energy shield.

The two mechs circled each other, each pilot trying to find a weakness in their opponent's defenses. Suddenly, the bandit leader's mech emitted a powerful shockwave that knocked Jack's Longhorn off balance and caused it to crash to the ground.

As Jack frantically tried to reactivate his stabilizers, he could see the bandit leader's mech charging towards him, its hammer raised high. Quickly, Jack activated his EMP blast, sending a powerful surge of electromagnetic energy towards the bandit leader's mech. The EMP blast hit the mech dead on, causing its systems to malfunction and leaving it vulnerable to attack.

Jack finally reactivated his boosters and regained mobility. The Longhorn fired a powerful laser beam at the bandit leader's mech. The beam sliced through the armor plating like a hot knife through butter, leaving a smoking hole in the mech's chest. The bandit leader's mech stumbled backwards, trying to regain its footing.

Jack saw his opportunity and fired another blast from his energy cannons, hitting the bandit leader's mech in the same spot. This time, the impact was too much for the already damaged mech to handle. It exploded in a shower of sparks and debris, sending the bandit leader’s body flying through the air.

Jack watched as the bandit leader’s mech crashed to the ground in a heap, destroyed beyond repair. The other bandits quickly scattered, realizing that their leader had been defeated. Jack rushed to where Nate was being imprisoned.

Inside, he found Nate tied up and beaten. Jack cut him free and helped him to his feet.

"Nate, are you okay?" Jack asked, his voice thick with concern.

"I’ve seen better days, partner," Nate replied with a smirk.

"We have to get out of here," Jack said, guiding Nate towards the door. "Can you walk?"

As they made their way back to the Longhorn, Jack couldn't help but feel a sense of relief. The battle had been intense, but he had come out on top and saved his friend. 

The two of them climbed into the Longhorn and took off, leaving the bandits' hideout behind.

Nate looked over at Jack, his eyes filled with gratitude. 

Jack tipped his cowboy hat, a small smile at the corner of his lips. 

The two of them rode off into the sunset, the Longhorn hovering above the ground as they made their way back to civilization. For Jack, the memories of his family still haunted him. But as he looked over at Nate, he knew that he had done something good. And for the first time in a long time, he felt a glimmer of hope for the future.

Ten years had passed since Jack had rescued his old friend Nate from the clutches of the bandits. In that time, the Lawless Frontier had changed a great deal. The reign of the bandits had come to an end, and a new era of peace and prosperity had begun.

Thanks in large part to Jack's efforts, the bandits had been brought to justice, and the people of the frontier had banded together to create a new system of law and order. The Longhorn had become a symbol of hope, and for a short time Jack took up the mantle of Sheriff. 

Over the years, Jack had continued to roam the frontier in his Longhorn, fighting for the weak and the oppressed. He had become a mentor to many young mech pilots, passing on his knowledge and skills to the next generation.

As for Nate, he had turned his life around. After his rescue, he had joined forces with Jack on many more adventures. Together, they had fought side by side, taking on the worst that the frontier had to offer.

But Nate had also found something else - love. He had fallen in love with a woman named Linda, who had been rescued by Jack and the Longhorn during one of his missions. Linda was a strong and independent woman, and Nate had finally found someone who could match his own spirit.

The two had married and settled down in a small town on the frontier. Nate had taken up the life of a farmer, tending to his crops and raising a family. Jack would visit them from time to time, regaling them with stories of his adventures and making sure that they were safe and well.

As for Jack himself, he continued to roam the frontier, always looking for new challenges and new battles to fight. He knew that there would always be evil in the world, and he was determined to fight it wherever he found it with his Longhorn.

In the end, Jack's legend lived on long after he was gone. Stories of his heroism and bravery were passed down from generation to generation, inspiring new mech pilots to take up the mantle and continue the fight for justice and freedom.

And though the frontier could be a harsh and unforgiving place, there was always hope. Hope that one day, the world would be a better place, and that justice and freedom would reign for all. You can buy the Longhorn mech brick set now, quickly and conveniently, by using this direct checkout link. 


Product Specifications:

  • Pieces: 376
  • Size: Standard
  • Shipping Time: 2-4 Weeks
  • Packaging: No Box
  • Instructions: Paper Instructions Included
  • Age: 12+