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Avicenna - class medical frigate
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Medium-sized battle medical ship.
About this creation
Avicenna frigates are a valuable addition to each space fleet. They serve as tough medical ships and transports, which can quickly retrieve wounded from damaged ship. Also, their armament is good enough to fend off first lighter attacks.



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   Avicenna-class frigates have six main engines that all share one large exhaust. Smaller engines are based on cold-ion, so they are safe to use even in front of any other ship.



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   Addition to frigate's firepower, the double missile launchers.



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   Main weapon: Heavy Ion cannon. it may surprise attackers, as shields are most commonly set to block blaster, laser or solid impacts.



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   Double flak cannons. There are four of them in total; covering all of the space around the ship. Useful against smaller ships or to distract capships' fire.



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   Bridge and comm/sensor arrays. May seem fragile, but in fact it is a sturdy construction.



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   Mid-section hides reactor cooling vents. It is exposed to attack, but also hard to damage really hard - channels have multiple cut-outs to prevent cooling liquids to leak.



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   This is where main medical decks are, also with hangar for shuttles. Whole front part is thickly plated.



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   Hangar bay closed...



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   ...and opened, showing four transports hidden inside. They all can get out in one moment.



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   Another useful feature is extendable corriddor which allows the Avicenna ships to connect to other even in unreachable places. All four shuttles out.



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   Each shuttle works also as a fighter, with one blaster mounted on turret.



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   One of Avicenna frigates helps Solar Sailer Ra. This one is called Rasputin - as it is not what it looks to be at first glance. Medical frigate that can work also as a battleship and strike from unexpected directions.



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   Docking in hangar bay takes lots of time, as the bay itself is small and cramped. That's why shuttles usually dock to one of four external points.


A word about construction itself: It is based on flexible technic-frame which is well-hidden inside the ship.



Comments

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  July 11, 2010
A gorgeous ship here. Red is always an excellent color, and the overall structure is to be envied. I especially like the shuttle hangar.
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  November 21, 2006
Verry nice, especially like the mechanical detail on the side and on the bridge.
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  August 23, 2006
wow!! its too bad the swiss flag and the red cross have exactly opposite patterns :( check out my escort carrier (inspired from homeworld 2 ships) the scale i use is about the same and i ll be releasing my hospital ship (in the same scale tomorrow ,as soon as the brickshelf folder is ready)
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  May 16, 2006
What can I say? It's huge, smooth, and awesomely detailed. I swear... one of these days I'm going to build something like this!
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  May 14, 2006
Excellent MOC. Kinda heavily armed for a medical ship, tho.
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  May 14, 2006
Just great, colour, shape and detail work well together. I did wonder about the guns my self, would you have them on a medical frigate?
 
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