The MAWLR is a massive Helghast war machine. Utilized for both anti-ground and anti-air operations with a variety of mounted weapons, a single MAWLR is capable of combatting entire battalions of enemy forces. Less a mech and more akin to a battleship on legs, the MAWLR is perhaps the largest Helghast ground vehicle encountered over the course of the Multiverse War, standing at a height of tens of stories. Its primary armament is a heavy arc cannon on its port side, capable of discharging a constant and powerful stream of energy for several seconds, and is capable of bringing down an Spacecraft with a few blasts. The MAWLR also possess several autocannon and missile batteries embedded into the bow of the machine, each of them capable of destroying even very-heavily armored vehicles like the Baneblade, but is devastating to enemy ground forces by merely stepping on its foes. These weapons from the primary armaments of the MAWLR are supported by a series of cooling vents along the machine's superstructure to prevent overheating. As well, the machine boasts a battery of mortars on its dorsal structure and numerous machine gun turrets dotted all across its superstructure and on the joints of its four legs. These weapons are capable of hitting both ground and low-flying air targets. Moreover, the MAWLR is heavily armored on all sides, and capable of shrugging off even the most powerful attacks. Its construction is also highly durable, and can continue to operate and fire despite taking heavy damage. The only real weakness of its design comes in the form of cooling vents placed around the machine to prevent a critical system malfunction via overheating. After firing its main guns, the vents must be opened, giving a keen-eyed attacker a chance to damage the machine. Even so, the main guns can continue to operate for a time even with the vents destroyed thanks to a backup petrusite power supply. Even with the destruction of cooling vents and the back-up petrusite, the MAWLR will remain mobile and continue its barrage of missiles and mortars.