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ARC-170G "Aggressor"
ARC-170G "Aggressor"
About this creation
A little something to suppress the Star Wars geek in me.

Not really Based on the "real" ARC-170, just a MOC change to it.

Back Story:
During the turn of the clone wars, Many version (prototypes) of the ARC-170 were made, namely, "170A", "170B", "170C", "170D" and "170G", as E and F were destroyed before they could be finished.
The "Aggressors" were one of 3 models built in "War" Quantities, as the ARC-170A's were the groups seen during Grievous' campaign When he abducted the Supreme Chancellor. They were seen mostly fighting Along side two rather infamous Campaign Characters, Obi-Wan and Anakin.
The ARC-170G's were only manufactured into quantities of 100-120, as they were used when necessity dictated to destroy something that Absolutely, Positively needed to be "de-parted"
Used by one Group, the "276th" Starfighter "Aggressors" Group. The ARC-170G was used on Malastare and several other Anti-Separatist Campaigns.
During the Great Jedi Purge the 276th was doing training exercises beyond the outer rim, above one of the moons of Kamino.
At this point, they had received no Message from the Sith lord to destroy their Jedi Generals, thus the Jedi Masters on the fourth moon of Kamino survived the purge and joined the squad as a mercenary group.
During the Rise of the Empire several atrocities were committed by the 276th towards Imperial Outposts. Several hundred Imperial Clone Stormtroopers were killed during the start of the Empire by the 276th, as they were protecting their Jedi generals.
During the Time that Darth Vader spent hunting down remaining Jedi, he came across the 276th, and their Jedi generals. Thus he attacked the Generals, but true to their design, the troopers fought back, and subdued Vader, only to lose half of the squad, and one of the Generals.
After that the remaining Jedi master renounced his title of "General and Jedi" to the clones, but due to the clones attachment to him, they felt that if he renounced his title, that they should renounce theirs.
After that they Formed a new mercenary group, each one equipped with a sabre staff and DC-17 repeater, as well as the Former Jedi Master.
Even though he had renounced his title, and they had renounced theirs, they still formed up and became trained padawans to the former master, and thus became: "276th Starcorps, Mercenary for Hire"
And were hired, Unknown to the Empire that their master was in fact a former Jedi, to perform as an Assault group, and were re-trained with the teachings of the Dark side, as well as the Former Jedi Master. Their Growth accel. was halted, and they performed the rest of their lives as "part" of the Empire, Until it was finally destroyed.
They Then joined the new Republic, and became front line troopers. Their General re-took the title of Jedi Master, and Became a Jedi padawan trainer fro the new order.


There you go. A quick whip up of the 276th. Well not so quick.... You Star Wars lovers will Like this I hope.



Ya, Ya, It has no X-foils...Cause I Don't like them. you may think it would have been cooler to have them. But I couldn't get the wings I wanted with them.



Cause I didn't like the "official" ones.



Please note that this was made intentionally without the opening X-foils.



The underside. Showing all 6 High-Yield missiles



Where it gets its name^ Teeth, and cool intake fans.



Comments

 I like it 
  August 7, 2010
very well dode! check out my arc-170 versions
 I like it 
  August 7, 2010
very well dode! check out my arc-170 versions
 I like it 
  August 7, 2010
very well dode! check out my arc-170 versions
 I made it 
  June 5, 2010
Quoting James Theodore Hey. I saw the comment you made about me in Kelso's creation, the CS-69, and I am kind of mad... how can you say he owned me if you don't even know me? Nice ship, by the way... reflect on this thought, so you don't make the foolish mistake on judging someone else without even knowing them...
Mate..he did own you. Sorry to bust in on your parade, but you got in WAY over your head.
 I like it 
  December 11, 2009
Cool! Great job! By the way, feel free to "steal" my idea! Just give me credit!
 I like it 
  December 6, 2009
Hey. I saw the comment you made about me in Kelso's creation, the CS-69, and I am kind of mad... how can you say he owned me if you don't even know me? Nice ship, by the way... reflect on this thought, so you don't make the foolish mistake on judging someone else without even knowing them...
 I like it 
  June 10, 2009
Using the razor rotating blade things in the engines is pure awesomesauce :)
 I like it 
  May 9, 2009
ah, I see, it's because you wanted to add those missiles you didn't made the x-foils, great job
 I like it 
  March 4, 2009
Snap! This is awesome!! The idea of ARC-170 prototypes is very plausible, due to their subsequent overuse towards the end of the Clone Wars. Don't forget the ARC-170's cousin, the RC-40! (http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/70336)
 I like it 
  March 4, 2009
Hey, nice! I kind of like the differences in color and design. Well done, Martin.
 I like it 
  March 3, 2009
nice dude i like this one better than the official set
 I like it 
  March 2, 2009
It's really great! Nice colour choice!
 I like it 
  March 2, 2009
Nice one, looks better than the "real" ARC-170.
 I like it 
  March 1, 2009
Sweet! great work.
 
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