How is it any less absurd then dwarf zeplins covered in metal, that are powered by magical air-gold?
That is...absurd. The dwarfs look cool tho.
Well, oddly, the zeppelins somehow are able to make more sense in just about everyway than this thing and those zeppelins look like models where this looks like a childrens toy. But yea, this just doesnt look right at all for a variety of reasons.
Like, zeppelins actually existed and attaching a literal ship to the bottom of the zeppelin part isnt inconceivable. But, this ram thing, why? It seems more reasonable to build a mobile artillery platform, with impact capabilities, which im assuming is the goal of this thing, by creating a steam tank type mechanism with the front end shaped sort of like this rams head rather than this awkward physics challenged body with an armor skirt hanging off it. Hell, a model like that couldve easily doubled as a KoW/9th/8th/aos model and proxied as a steam tank resulting in more sales.
Alternatively, a giant ram (like a statue that actually attempted to look like a real ram) brought to life with say, runic magic (runes etched into its sides glowing brilliantly) or some such thing, sort of like a golem, couldve acheived the monstrous aspect a little more sensibly in my opinion. I dunno this is just wonky.
Edited by sgreg308, 17 October 2017 - 06:36 PM.