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Yeah yeah... I know you're all saying 'but its just a Marathon-Class Cruiser from Halo!' well, yes... it is; but they are too cool NOT to build so I just had to make one.
About this creation
The Leviathan Battlecruisers are the Largest and most powerful ships fielded by the UCE Navy, and at 1500 meters long, they dwarf all others. They are mounted with the largest coilgun ever to be put into a ship of war, and more railgun turrets than you can shake a stick at.



The Plethora of Gauss turrets striking terror in the hearts of the EF MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!! erm...



The engine nacelles... if you see this, you are either floating amongst the wreckage of an EF ship(s) or thanking your lucky stars you are on the UCEs side



Wait... how did you manage to get below that thing???? Oh... you're in a UCE frigate never mind



Woah... that gun is HUGE!!!!



PREPARE TO BECOME DEAD!!!!!!



Comments

 I made it 
  December 11, 2010
Quoting Spartan 117 Hey I like it very much. Can you please send me the building instructions. E-Mail: bratschmeier@web.de
I tried to make instructions a few months ago, but I couldn't find a workaround for the mega blok pieces I had to use to attach the armor plates on the underside
 I made it 
  June 27, 2010
Quoting Darren D. Dont worry, If you have less bricks then thisd attempt is alright. But is that grey? I swear it looks white to me, or maybe its the light being reflected. I'd suggest buying some more Lego! It'd do you wonders. Looking back, now, its not a bad replica.
my excuse to that is that Titanium is actually a whitish-silver color, and that its not technically a Marathon-Class Cruiser. (plus, all my money is being spent on moving to Iowa City for college in a few days)
 I like it 
  June 25, 2010
Dont worry, If you have less bricks then thisd attempt is alright. But is that grey? I swear it looks white to me, or maybe its the light being reflected. I'd suggest buying some more Lego! It'd do you wonders. Looking back, now, its not a bad replica.
 I made it 
  June 22, 2010
Quoting Darren D. I certainly didn't know Marathons were white. And they don't have gaping holes in the midsection either. This might be a bit more accurate but the color scheme and blockiness and the sheer amount of studs means it loses a whole lotta points. Nice try though...
well, its grey (weird, discolored grey, but still grey) also, those holes are hangers (I kinda assumed they'd be near that plate of armor on the front) on top of that, the Marathons are kinda blocky, wouldn't you say? and as for the studs... you got me there. I have a very limited collection of bricks, and that was the best I could get by with.
  May 28, 2010
I certainly didn't know Marathons were white. And they don't have gaping holes in the midsection either. This might be a bit more accurate but the color scheme and blockiness and the sheer amount of studs means it loses a whole lotta points. Nice try though...
 I like it 
  January 3, 2010
Hey I like it very much. Can you please send me the building instructions. E-Mail: bratschmeier@web.de
 
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