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Saber Class Super Star Destroyer
About this creation
It's construction is compleate
Our fleet of 2 venators and other ships now has a new comandship

the Saber class SSD

Manufacturer=Lightning Industries
Make=Saber-class Supper Star Destroyer
Funcion=Heavy Capital Comand Ship
Size(Each lego spoke counts as 300 metters)=6,900M x 5,400M
Acceleration=3,000G
Hyperdrive=0.7 Class
Crew=50,000 normal crew, 15,000 droids, 1,000 pilots, 30,000 troops
Armorment=1 Saber type turboLaser, 2 Adv Heavy TurboLasers, 16 Heavy turbo Lasers turets, 4 Heavy IonCannons, 10 Medium quaad turbolasers, 104 point defence lasers, 10 proton torpedo tubes, 20 tractor beam projectors
Speed=800KPH
Starfighter compliment=240 v-wings 120 xj x-wings 120 Jedi Iterseptors, 60 ARC fighters, 120 v-19 turents, 120 tie intersepts(launched from tubes) 108 TIE-XP, 20 Theta Shuttles
Consumables=5 years food(w/passengers), water reused but before reusing, 1 mounth
Passengers=up to 10,000

The big gun on bottom is saber type laser and has about 1/100 of the Death Star Laser, but that alone can still destroy a city with one blast without leaving a trace of its existence, ecept mabey a couple papers flying around the outer edges.


Behind the sceens:
I had originally made this MOC for a Lego contest. The one in which the challenge was to build a good weapon that could have been used to win E3 first battle scene, I believe. Unfortunetly I did not win, what was really anoying was that origially I had made a description of it, thinking it had to be 500 or under. I had misread it and it had actually said 50. It was hard to condense all 500 words, nesesary for describing each feature into 50 words, but I did it. The real anoying thing though is that when I looked at who won and all those who got second, I realized that all the second place ones were better built, more acurate to Star Wars, and actually had to do with the challenge wile the first place one was not that well built, had nothing to do with the callendge, and was very inacurat with star wars. Though I do concede that some of the second place ones can be considered better then mine, and a couple I think are, so there fore I decided to place my ship here.



Comments

 I made it 
  October 17, 2009
Quoting Sergeant Pepper I really like the look of this ship: the shape is very unique! I bet you could use this same shape to make a sweet starfighter!
That's a good idea. I like it.
 I like it 
  October 17, 2009
I really like the look of this ship: the shape is very unique! I bet you could use this same shape to make a sweet starfighter!
 I made it 
  July 20, 2009
so Ive begun the creation of this into Google Sketchup to make it look like a non-lego ship.
 I like it 
  July 4, 2009
I agree with awesome-o-saurous! This is really cool!
 I like it 
  March 13, 2008
You know what's errie? The front of this ship looks alot like the Caber class from Star Trek.
 I like it 
  November 11, 2006
Good ship and it is in keeping with Star Wars.
 I like it 
  March 30, 2006
This is cool I think it would be a deadly weapon for the imperials. maybe they could ram other ships with the side. It would be cool if you made a minifig version of this ship, i also love those patches would you allow me to use one. email me. Also check out my mocs please.:)
 
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