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L17 - Hexapode Carrier
L17 - Hexapode Carrier is a multi-function ground vehicle used by Army of the Air. The first units were built in 2872 and were mainly used during the war between the Army of the Air and the City of Graan.
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L17 - Hexapode Carrier is a multi-function ground vehicle used by Army of the Air. The first units were built in 2872 and were mainly used during the war between the Army of the Air and the City of Graan.

There are several versions of this vehicle, but most units were produced version of the Carrier. This version was to function as a basis for launching and mobile collection A9 - Phalanx Ornithopter units. From 2874 could also house A6 - Firefly units.

The operation of the legs is provided by a large steam boiler. Virtually all other machinery are carried out by combustion engines.

As for size, the L17 has 65 studs long, 30 studs wide and 35 bricks high.

The L17 has several floors. The bottom contains the control room, the room of the commander, outpost, front, multi-purpose space, the boiler and the main workshop for the L14 - M. Mule. The middle floor includes the two cannons in front, landing area / launch of A9, crane, workshop and hangar with rear gun. The upper floor placed on top of the hangar containing the outpost.

The basic crew consists of one commander, two thrusters, three pilots, two mechanics and 5 soldiers with various functions (from the marula tree mechanic helpers).

The defense was provided by three guns and several points for repeating rifles. The use of A9 and A6 assist in air superiority. It is common to be a A31 - Escort Zeppelin in the vicinity of an L17.

A L17 - Hexapode Carrier can carry a normal L14 - M. Mule, three A9 - Phalanx and two A6 - Firefly.

OutroMundo Wikipedia entry.



Comments

 I like it 
  April 23, 2012
Epic build and greebs!I love the color scheme and the theme you chose is also very interesting!
 I made it 
  March 5, 2012
Thanks for the comments!
 I like it 
  March 5, 2012
Hard to believe there's so few comments ! I love the concept, and the color scheme, while unusual, is quite effective. What else ? Great legs, and I like how you put different floors in it. Overall, excellent walker :)
 I like it 
  September 14, 2010
Muito bom e criativo! É um tema bem interessante esse que vc está fazendo.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2010
Nicely done. The studs on the roof seem to stand out a bit relative to the general smoothness though. Otherwise I really like the shape and the various design elements you applied. Lee.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2010
love the colour scheme and the visuals. be proud :)
 I made it 
  February 26, 2010
Quoting Luis S Love it, want to see it up close!
Next meeting I will bring with me :)
 I like it 
  February 26, 2010
Love it, want to see it up close!
 I made it 
  February 24, 2010
Quoting Pierre Fieschi wow that thing is excellent. i love the idea of a mobile unit to deploy airplanes (i built a few myself but more futuristic) i love the steampunk look! i wish we had a couple detail pictures ;)
If you follow the OutroMundo Wikipedia link, you have a link to the entire Flickr galery.
 I like it 
  February 24, 2010
wow that thing is excellent. i love the idea of a mobile unit to deploy airplanes (i built a few myself but more futuristic) i love the steampunk look! i wish we had a couple detail pictures ;)
 I like it 
  February 24, 2010
This is really original - a steam-punk airplane carrier. Great MOC.
 I like it 
  February 23, 2010
Very, Very nice. Bellisimo.
 
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