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Rammstein II
Presenting the Rammstein II! Successor to the IFS Rammstein, this is an upgraded and overhauled version.
About this creation
After the disastrous sinking of the IFS Rammstein over the Federation capital, New Rokney. The ship had been moored in the Dockyards when a small group of Blutonian ships began a surprise raid on the facility, having gotten lost and mistaken the Federal Dockyards for the Redsylvanian capital. The ship was sunk when it's right engine pod was destroyed when it attempted to ram the largest of the attacking ships. Since then, the Industrial Federation has commissioned the Rammstein II to replace the fallen flagship.

Here we see a 3/4 view of the newly completed ship. We'll begin our tour of the exterior with this classic view. We'd also like to thank you for choosing Boilerplate Balloons for your tour. What? No, you don't get to go aboard. It's microsc- Classified. Yeah, that's it. Classified.


Okay, we'll buzz the bridge if you shut up. Now, we'll probably be shot down in the next minute or two, so get a good look.


*Explosion* While Mr. Jenkins signalls them to apologize and beg for mercy, we'll climb as far above the Flak as we can. *Generic Explodey Noise*. Stop saying it looks like that! It doesn't look like that! And what the heck is Bonktron?


Okay, they're letting us off with a warning this time... If we try it again though, they'll kill us, so no more stupid requests please. Anyways, this is the main gun deck. In between the larger cannons are two infantry bunkers filled with new automatic guns. Yes, Guest #12, they do shoot multiple shots before reloading. That means it'll be even easier to shoot us down.


This here is the main rammy part. It's sort of like a big reinforced metal pole, with a spike on it. STOP SAYING IT LOOKS LIKE THAT. IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THAT!


*Ahem* Sorry I reacted like that. I've had to do four other tours today, and I'm tired of hearing that. Anyways, this new version has two engines, meaning it goes faster. And it does it all without a red paint job! What? No, I haven't seen Gundam. What does the 'Char's Custom Rule' have to do with that? What, so you're saying if it isn't painted red it's going to explode? Oh, forget it, I can't stand references like that.


And these... Well... We're still not sure about these. We've been giving tours for the three weeks it's been complete, and the year or so the other was finished and we still don't know what those are.


The rear of the ship, as it sails away... No, the tour isn't over yet! And no, there won't be any refreshments! You should have thought about that before you left. We just have to catch up... This shouldn't take long folks!


This section is probably the most overly complex portion of the entire ship. Period. I mean, seriously, what other ship in our armada has a system this ridiculous?


Come on, even the rudder is over-the-top! We're in a recession and we're spending money on RUDDER details! Someone's head is gonna roll when the top boilers here about this.



Now then, it's time for you to leave. It's been great, but I really have to insist you leave:



Comments

Ribbits M
Tokugawa Brickeyasu
  October 19, 2010
Nice steampunk battleship! But if you've already heard that 4 times on one day, doesn't it, logicaly, look like one?
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  September 25, 2010
Quoting Perry McShane copper goes faster than red, but double copper goes faster than copper (don't worry if you didn't get that joke, if you did your probably wait... no, almost definantly insane, like me)
I prefer to use triple copper myself.
Ribbits M
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Perry McShane
  September 23, 2010
copper goes faster than red, but double copper goes faster than copper (don't worry if you didn't get that joke, if you did your probably wait... no, almost definantly insane, like me)
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  March 19, 2010
Sorry for the delay guys, I've been gone all week. @Jake: Thank you, that's very kind of you! @Delta: I really have no idea...
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  March 18, 2010
Wow, a truly beautiful and inspiring MOC, excellent work in superb form!
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  March 14, 2010
What happens if we paint it green? (gj)
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  March 11, 2010
Thanks to both of you! You're too kind, by far!
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  March 11, 2010
DUDE.
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  March 10, 2010
You are really good.
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  March 7, 2010
Thanks guys! @000: Oh man, I knew I forgot something! I had a shot of the underside all ready and totally forgot about it! But yes, there are definately escape pods. @Skiver and ODST 142: Thanks! I can't remember where I saw that technique used first, but it's definately useful. @Josh: Thanks, I'm glad you like it!
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  March 7, 2010
Any escape pods on this model?
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  March 7, 2010
I agree, those inverted hands make good guns! Overall, fabulous job!
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  March 7, 2010
sweet! Like the use of minifig hands as guns. 100/5 :)
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  March 7, 2010
I gotta say, you're a beastly builder! I really like all the creative parts usage, and the overall design is fantastic. Again, great work :)
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  March 7, 2010
Thanks! I never really thought much about that part while doing it... I'm glad it worked out though!
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  March 7, 2010
I love how this is built upside down. Great job.
 
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