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Coalition Basilisk Starfighter
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Coalition Basilisk Fighter from the game StarLancer.
About this creation
Three years. That's how long it's been since I last posted a MOC. Wow. Well anyway, I suppose it's fitting that my return should be marked with a MOC that's been in development in some form or another for at least that long.

A lot of you have probably played, or at least heard of, the game Freelancer; which I've made a few ships from (see the rest of my page). What you probably haven't heard of is the game it's a sequel to: StarLancer.


I've been planning to build the Basilisk for years now, but I never really got past the planning stage due to a lack of a good cockpit design. That finally changed once I saw the new windscreen piece from the MagnaGuard fighter set.



Top view. The red star decals are courtesy of some guy you've probably never heard of.


Rear view. You can see the wings sort of slanting backwards here, that's the result of their back section being really heavy. Bad designing on my part, in retrospect. I'm shocked they even stay attached.


"The 45th?! Bah, I go hunting for eagles but find ducks!"


A rather blurry picture of the crew. My camera always focuses on the background for some reason, no matter what I do. Grr.


Underside. In the game, this is bristling with assorted missiles and torpedoes.


The real deal, complete with stats and whatnot.

See the Brickshelf gallery for a few more pictures.



Comments

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  September 1, 2013
This is real cool! May I know how was this built?
Lucas P.
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That LDD Guy
  January 5, 2010
Nice!
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  September 1, 2009
I know about the game, but Iīve never played it. I love the accuracy of this MOC, it is really close to the screenshot. Nice colour scheme! The gray looks great with the red highlights. I even like the use of different gray tones, which give the ship a nice used look! Good work, show us more from StarLancer.
Lucas P.
Ethan Moss
  April 27, 2009
I too thought this was the Spirit from Halo. Though I have never played Freelancer/StarLancer, I really like the detail put in to this. Welcome back!
Lucas P.
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Infinity Life
  April 27, 2009
Nice Cockpit, I can't imagine not posting a MOC for Three Years.
 I like it 
  April 27, 2009
until three days ago i had the same camera problem on my 9000. then i looked at camera settings and it turned out that you can both zoom and manually set the sharpness of the pic. if you dont have a logitech quickcam im sorry i couldnt help
 I like it 
  April 27, 2009
That's a pretty sweet ship there. I haven't heard of the game, but I guess I don't need that to enjoy your MOC.
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  April 27, 2009
Whoa. The first Starlancer model on MOCpages. And it's awesome as well. I 'm gonna follow in your footsteps.
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  April 27, 2009
Very nice! Kind of looks like the Spirits from Halo Combat Evolved. Except grey and...Russian? Either way, very nice.
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  April 26, 2009
I think I'll be original here and say interesting and unique design! ~ Chris.
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  April 26, 2009
Well thought (and built!) :)
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  April 26, 2009
Nice design - very unusual!
 
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