-Build a transport according to the U.N.E./C.O.P. theme.
Dual heavy, repeating Ion-Bullet rifles. (It fires electrically charged bullets) They also rotate up-and-down 60 degrees!
Four (4) missile/bomb canisters. (They can be dropped like bombs, but if need-be, the bomb's warhead can be launched like a missile.)
Two wing-mounted repeated rifles.
Two (2) Multi Function Engines (MFEs) including the following function modes: Flight, Afterburner, and Landing.
It can carry vehicles! Wahoo!
Whatever else you can think of...
Anyone else picking-up a theme here?
The un-edited photo.
The rather pathetic MFE. And if you've got no clue what I'm talking about, you should've read the features!
Do you think the tiny, green flame is degrading? I didn't think much of it myself, but my options were slim. You'll forgive me, right?
Now this, I'm proud of! The Ion-Bullet Rifles, and the missile/bomb canisters with all they're glory! Behold, C.O.P., for it will be your down-fall! (One plane at a time!)
A better view.
Yes, thats a white colored piece, and, yes, thats a space-police sticker. I really dislike taking stickers off, so I added the white sloped pieces to tie the stickers into the theme. Can you really blame me for that?
Look! A rear pilot!
The transparent blue piece comes off very easily which is something I'm also proud of.
A nice view of the rather bland cockpit. Its not much, but its better than what I was originally going to use.
Another view of the semi-spacious cockpit.
Anyways, even though the trans. blue piesce comes off, it doesn't go far due to these chains. That leads to the questions,"Why are the chains there?", and,"Isn't this supposed to be a transport?".
It all will be explained with this old land-speeder that needs to be taken in for servicing.
First, these flaps come up.
Second, the chains go over the flaps.
Third, the flaps go down.
Ta-dah! Lift off!
Almost forgot the wing-mounted repeated rifle!
Random picture. Meh, the more the merrier, right? I mean, this MOC has 27 pictures!
It can carry more than just an old land-speeder, ya' know!
Man, you guys aren't makin' this easy on me! Okay...I really like the overall design on this one. It's got some great lines, and the curved nose-portion feeds beautifully into the rest of the curved side of the body. I like the underside work you did as well. I think I would have given this one the win if you had taken the MFE's just a bit farther with detail and complexity, and had tiled out the studs on the ship's side (they tend to conflict texturally with the smoothness of the rest of the design). But as it stands, my vote goes to Gus this time. Still, a very close call, and some nice work!