Neck Support Arm
When viewing a MH up close, the neck support frame tends to be very noticeable. The lower portion functions as a power cylinder. Rotation is accomplished by moving the two arms independently, and is generally capable of mimicking human movement. Rear views and such are provided by rear-mounted support cameras.
Acting as the primary pivot point for the neck, it is linked to the keel in back.
Collarbone Torsion Bar Counter Tissue
The collarbone is constructed from a torsion bar suspension built with a reflexive muscle system to perform delicate movement. This enables the MH to perform actions such as raising its head to look to the upper-left.
The collarbones are connected not only to the shoulder blades, but also linked to the power cylinders of both arms. With a partial exoskeleton of armor plating, it can be said that collarbones are not necessarily essential parts for a MH, but they also serve as a guard frame around the knight’s cockpit and the power system set underneath.