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Null Arc Covey
This is my sig-fig Null class arc trooper Covey. Null class Arc's were more dangerous because their genes were less like jango than the Kaminoans wanted. They were going to be put outta commission but with Kal Skirita and Jango Fett's help they were saved. They were often reffered to as Skirita's army.
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  April 13, 2009
All you did was smear on some paint.
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  April 12, 2009
`Cool. me@liamnz.info . Maybe we could illustrate Dha Werda Verda?
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  April 12, 2009
Quoting CL -7888 "Adenn" Cool. I'm a huge fan of the Mando'ade, so if you need translations or any background clone army help, I'd be happy to. Su'cuy, vod.
I am also a big fan of Mando'ade.
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  April 12, 2009
Quoting CL -7888 "Adenn" That's alright, just making sure you knew that they were actually less like Jango than the Alphas. Alpha-class mirshe solus.
Yea i'll fix it
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  April 12, 2009
That's alright, just making sure you knew that they were actually less like Jango than the Alphas. Alpha-class mirshe solus.
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  April 12, 2009
Quoting CL -7888 "Adenn" Null ARCs were a better version of Jango. The Kaminoans did not think that he would make a good infantry soldier, so they modified his template to suit their ends. As a result, they got the Nulls. Super-intelligent with a perfect memory and a liking for Verp rifles, but highly deviant, apparently. The Kaminoans only birthed 12, and most of those died, leaving six alive. The toddlers (cause that's what they were at the time) were put in a battle environment, and tested off the charts. They just wouldn't obey orders. They were to be decommissioned, which in that case would mean termination. N-11, Ordo, stole Kal Skirata's Hold-out blaster and pointed it at a Kaminoan. Together, Kal and Jango saved them and later on Kal adopted them. Because Kal saved them, they were ultimately obedient to him and no other. "Highly intelligent, deviant, disturbed—and uncommandable." as Orun Wa said. Just thought I'd put that straight. But over all, good MOC!
I did know all this i just didnt put it all in but thank you for clarifying.
  April 12, 2009
Null ARCs were a better version of Jango. The Kaminoans did not think that he would make a good infantry soldier, so they modified his template to suit their ends. As a result, they got the Nulls. Super-intelligent with a perfect memory and a liking for Verp rifles, but highly deviant, apparently. The Kaminoans only birthed 12, and most of those died, leaving six alive. The toddlers (cause that's what they were at the time) were put in a battle environment, and tested off the charts. They just wouldn't obey orders. They were to be decommissioned, which in that case would mean termination. N-11, Ordo, stole Kal Skirata's Hold-out blaster and pointed it at a Kaminoan. Together, Kal and Jango saved them and later on Kal adopted them. Because Kal saved them, they were ultimately obedient to him and no other. "Highly intelligent, deviant, disturbed—and uncommandable." as Orun Wa said. Just thought I'd put that straight. But over all, good MOC!
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  April 12, 2009
This is really cool! I like how you did the helmet!
 
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