* Fusion Reactor (Primary)
* Energy Cells (Secondary)
* 2 Hyperdrive Thrusters for hyperspace travel
* 2 Ion Rockets for normal Realspace speeds
* 2 Reactionless Thrusters just for kicks
* Space Homeys Interstellar Technologies™
* Agency for Shroud of Stealth™
A view from the rear.
The Serrator was initially envisioned to probe black holes in deep space. But its hull design, though not intentional, was not fit for such expeditions as observed in its maiden voyage. The jagged edges ripped the black hole and time continuum during hyperspace travel.
The Serrator was then assigned in the BTBSA (behind-the-back sneak attack) Fleet where it slices through enemy lines like a serrated knife. It's maneuverability is well-suited for surgical strikes with pinpoint accuracy.
Congratulations on MotD! This is a nice little MOC, with an absolutely ingenious building technique to create the serrated edges. I'm going to have to remember that one, because I can see it being useful for a number of different subjects.
Look it's a hover tank, it's a stealth super star destroyer, it's another wicked micro scale creation from the Master! This is a great design that deserves all the kudos it gets and then some. I especially like your squadron shot you threw in at the end for that extra little something.
Awesome. Ive been thinking about trying a similar design of the side of the ship as a spine of some sort, but you pulled it off a lot better. Using the multi-sided bricks to offset the sides enough to fit perfectly was genious.
... I think you've been listening to these people to long. I love the use of that piece-I don't know if you planned this one, but I always enjoy making accidental small MOCs like this. Nice job!