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EBKD Borenkov
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A medium Eastern Block interceptor.
About this creation
The Borenkov was created as a well-defended interceptor escort for deep space vessels. The small vehicle was very well armed for its size. Because of the special properties of Unobtanium, the vehicle is able to boast four missiles in each engine pod. It is capable of both atmospheric and space flight. A small booster in the rear end of the craft can give it quick accelerations, which are excellent for quick dodging maneuvers.

Weapons: 2 Medium FREEM Cannons
2 Light FRAP Guns
2 Medium FREESH Guns
2 Ultra-Light FRAP Cannons
8 BLAM Missiles

Dimensions: 22.5 Studs Long (At Longest Point)
22 Studs Wide (At Widest point)
9.5 Studs High (When Landed)

Other Features: Medium Armor
Small Maneuvering Booster

Builders Note: Thanks to Osolis Mantis for the name and everyone at CSF for contributing improvement suggestions!

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   Signature shot. Once again, alot of credit must go to the CSF community for giving suggestions.

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   Deh front.

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   The rear. I was originally going to put a big-a** engine in the back-center area.

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   Showing off the landing gear and weapons on the bottom.

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   The rear landing gears, rly?

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   Landing gears out....

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   ...and in!

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   The bottom cannon. Last minute addition, which was apparently not so good of an idea.

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   I have a tendency to use alot of technic pieces when I build weapons.

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   The canister holds extra ammo. I take that back, it has no use at all. Oh well!

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   The little pulse cannons in the front have to be one of my favorite parts of this ship.

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   Missiles in engines, a special property of Unobtainium.

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   More greebles!

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   Little wire framing over the windshield. I think those are horse reins or something.

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   Right behind the cockpit, showing the pattern thingy.

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   These mandibles were not inspired by the Jedi Interceptor, rather, were more inspired by the Millenium Falcon.

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   The two joystick pieces connect directly into the helmet, giving him a nice HUD thingy. Very scientific of course.

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   The inside without the pilot.

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   The pilot, very generic (Needs to be improved). Looking very oblivious, with the massive cannon right behind him.


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  May 31, 2006
Great job! The engine design is awesome, and your choices of color are also good. Oh, and those "horse reins" actually, if I remember correctly, connect to a ambulance bed, and it snaps onto all three sides so the bed can be airlifted via helecoptor.
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  March 8, 2006
Nice. The first image made me think it was like a thicker, beefier version of the JSF from Ep3, but I see now that it is significantly cooler than that. Great job. ;-)
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  March 6, 2006
wow! you really captured it. what it is remains to be seen but we think it was keiths bar-b-q.
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  March 5, 2006
ITS SO COOL!!!!!! The wire over the cockpit is sa-weet! The HUD wit the wires to helmet deal is awesome! I love the red cloroing as well.
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