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Templar Class Assault Transport
The Templar Class Assault Transport was a class of vessel commissioned by the Denek family in 60 BBY from Markaan Royal Shipyards. The design is centered around carrying sensitive cargo (troops, passengers or cargo) to any destination without need of escort. Very Similar to its predecessor the Fafnir MK I Drop-ship several design elements are common to both ship classes. This Templar is Nolan Denek's personal ship and carries touts many modifications that a standard Templar class ship would not have. The ship has seen some action and that is evident by the blast points on its very think and resilient armor. Every ship needs a story and this ship definitely has one!
About this creation



Fore View of the ship



The Sub-light Engines



Top fore view



Dorsal aft view



Ventral view




Starboard view



For scale with the Official Millennium Falcon - non-UCS.



Assault Bay Door Detail



Assault Bay Door Landing Lights



Nolan and his Speeder next to the deployed landing ramp.



Clones await the command to attack.



Every ship needs good and loyal droids to keep it running.



Dorsal greeble detail.



Dorsal access and docking hatch open.



Turret detail.



Side panels removed. I designed this ship with removable panels so that the internal aspects of the ship can be accessed.



Clones off duty in the crew quarters on deck two.



Deck two: Crew Quarters



Nolan on his ship's bridge.



The templars command crew.



Port view of the bridge detail.



Starboard view of the bridge detail.



Pilot and co-pilot bridge control consoles.



Port Engineering Room detail.



Starboard Engineering Room detail.



Engineer at his post.



Assault and repair bay workbench detail.



Speeder being maintained and fueled.



Fuel station detail.



Repair pad detail.



Turret and gunnery controls for the four turrets located outside the ship. In times of necessity these controls can be overrided on the bridge and controlled from there.



Comments

 I like it 
  January 20, 2011
That's an awesome ship. Really cool design.
 I like it 
  December 19, 2010
cant be 60 bby cuz it has clones. clones were created in 32 bby... otherwise great moc!!!!!
 I made it 
  August 16, 2010
Quoting yama masa Pretty good. but it looks kinda similar to Fafnir MK I... but it's cool
Yes very similar, built two years apart. I wanted the Templar to be like the MK II or the drastically upgraded version of the. It turned out much better than I thought. Unfortunately it fell off a shelf in the room it was in and broke into hundreds of pieces and so Fafnir I am re-purposing them into other models.
 I like it 
  August 16, 2010
Pretty good. but it looks kinda similar to Fafnir MK I... but it's cool
 I like it 
  November 27, 2009
i like your transport and I LOVE IT
 I like it 
  November 26, 2009
Great Tank, your Jedi with coat is pretty cool. Nice size of the tank too.
Nolan Denek
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Matteo Lelli
  June 29, 2009
this is the best MOC i've seen since now! i'm triyng to build something to share, once found an idea... how does it works to share the building instructions?
 I like it 
  May 25, 2009
cool
 I made it 
  May 24, 2009
I am currently working on stockpiling more bricks for my next project. I plan on building a small outpost and by small I mean (48 studs x 96 studs). This facility will have a landing platform and repair and refueling capabilities for the templar as well as garrison facilities for soldiers. Since there is a great amount of detail in this project I will be posting pictures as the project progresses in my WIP section. So stay tuned.
 I like it 
  May 23, 2009
Thats so cool, theres nothing on that i dont like. Cheak out my stuff.
 I made it 
  May 22, 2009
Quoting Ben H. You did a great job using angled plates to construct the shape. However, you need to put some more things on to break up the basic shape of the hull -- rotating thruster pods or wings on the sides would give the ship a more unique and distinctive appearance.
The original design I came up with had outboard nacelles like you suggested. However I wanted to make a ship that was ideally suited for rapid re-entry into a planets atmosphere and other variables that would be associated with a ship of this class. Stay tuned as I post more pictures of the ship I am sure the detail will surprise you.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2009
You did a great job using angled plates to construct the shape. However, you need to put some more things on to break up the basic shape of the hull -- rotating thruster pods or wings on the sides would give the ship a more unique and distinctive appearance.
 I like it 
  May 21, 2009
Very nice!
 
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