ved that the design had instantly gained a compelling charm.

This was the effect of its X-Factor.
It added spiritual weight to the design and forced every person to become affected by the values and messages that Ves imparted into it.
Even the most spiritually blind person in the galaxy couldn ’t miss this design!

”Too bad I don ’t have a handy evaluation report in my hands. ”

Without the System, Ves couldn ’t tell how good of a job he did with the Enduring Protector.
He guessed that many of its parameters received a low grade due to how much he prioritized reliability and endurance over performance.

Still, Ves felt as if the X-Factor of the Enduring Protector should be able to match the X-Factor of the Crystal Lord in strength.
Even if Ves didn ’t rely on the spiritual fragment of a long-dead alien leader as the core of the image of Beast Rider Bubal, he found it extremely fitting to base his images around the local life forms.

The Enduring Protector design only needed to fulfill a single role during a single mission.
Aeon Corona VII was one of the most extreme environments that Ves ever had to design a mech for, but he hoped that by instilling his design with the hardy and adaptable qualities of the wildlings and wild gods, it would be able to last a little longer than it did in the simulations!

”Mathematical models can calculate a lot of things, but it can ’t model inexplicable metaphysics. ”

Perhaps one day, humanity might be able to measure, quantify and define the effects associated with spirituality.
When that day came, it wouldn ’t take long for new mathematical models to emerge that could calculate spirituality to a highly accurate degree.

…Or not.
Ves believed that spirituality was intricately associated with life, especially complex, sentient life.

”Even up to now, humanity has never managed to model a complete human consciousness, though not for lack of trying. ”

Future advancements aside, for now Ves needed to rely on the System or his own intuition to judge whether he had done a good job.
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”My design is finally done! ”

Ves had no one to celebrate his success with.
No one else sat behind the banks of terminals in the mobile workshop.
Ves wasn ’t close to any of the chief technicians, and Ketis already had her hands full with assisting Mayra in managing the Swordmaiden repair efforts.
She put the lessons she learned to good use.

He sighed.
”If everything goes according to plan, this should be the last time I design an original mech alone. ”

After he wrapped up his design project, he reported to Captain Byrd and presented the finished design.
The meeting didn ’t last very long as the only major change from his prior presentation about the design project amounted to increasing the power of its laser armaments.

All the other minor tweaks and refinements elicited no interest from the mech officer.
Only someone with a technical or engineering background would be able to realize the significance of those optimizations.

”Captain, do I have your permission to begin production of this new design? ” He asked at the end of his brief report.

”Might as well. ” Captain Byrd waved dismissively.
She had grown a lot more tired over the months.
Leading the ground expedition kept taking a toll on her health and peace of mind.
”Start with one and see if it performs according to your expectations.
We don ’t have the time to go through an elaborate testing process, so limit your adjustments to quick fixes only. ”

Those are my intentions as well.
I don ’t plan to let my design linger while we ’re only less than a month away from reaching the red zone. ”

The long trek finally neared their destination.
Ves knew that he had to get a hurry on with this project in order to fabricate a sufficient amount of breakdown-proof mechs to become a significant factor in the upcoming deployment plans.

After Ves received the required permissions, he commandeered a crew of mech technicians and dumped the design on their laps.
”This is the finished design of the breakdown-proof frontline mech that I ’ve worked on.
It predominantly consists of outdated but reliable parts so it shouldn ’t be any difficulty for you to fabricate them according to their specifications.
Even though the parts are simple, I don ’t want to see any sloppiness from you bunch, got that?! I swear if one of you screws up, I ’ll force you to brush Qilanxo ’s teeth! ”

With the amount of prestige that Ves enjoyed among the Vandals, he had no need to issue such a threat.
He did so anyway because he really did not wish to screw up the very first copy of his design.

Even if the first production mech didn ’t carry any significance this time, Ves still wanted to be as thorough as possible.
However, he also needed to be brisk and allow the mech technicians to become accustomed to fabricating its parts.

This was why he immediately involved the mech technicians in the fabrication process instead of doing everything himself.
Right now, Ves did not care too much about imparting a gold label-like X-Factor on the first copy of the Enduring Protector.

”The mechs will only be of use for a couple of weeks at most.
There ’s no need to invest an excessive amount of affection on these disposable machines. ”

In the following day, Ves supervised the mech technicians as they churned out part after part.
The small, limited-capacity 3D printers worked far too slow to his tastes.
The delicate machines suffered very poorly against the breakdown effect, and the mech technicians frequently had to halt their work in order to correct some minor misalignments inside the machine.

It took twice as much time to finish what should have been a fairly simple set of tasks.

”It ’s a good thing I ’ve accounted for the additional delays. ” Ves sighed in relief.
”Even with this poor level of efficiency, I think we can still manage to fabricate enough Enduring Protectors to form a complete squad. ”

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