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Swiss Bazelard
Swift Swiss space-superiority fighter.
About this creation
The swiss Bazelard is a recent addition to growing swiss fleet. Like other ships, it is higly versalite, with a slight lean to durability. However, much like real Bazelard knife, its power is limited. When attacking heavier targets better ask for Hammer's missile support.

"Engines do not make usual growl. They scream like being endlessy tormented by the accelerator. But they are masochists!" Alan Ramirez, test pilot, after Bazelard's maiden flight.

"It is not participating in races not because it is armed and military; it would be too fast for cameras and thus not making any show." Isanagi Omary, HV presenter.



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   Bazelard is light, fast and manouverable. Stabilisers help its manouverability in atmospheric flight, while two powerful engines push the ship with deep, growling sound.



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   While it may look that Bazelard has lots of weaponary, it is more an illusion than real threat to enemy. Altough there are six cannons and two missile launchers, the power system is too weak to give enough energy for guns to shoot quickly. Thus, the fighter deals rather single powerful blows instead of regular laser-spray attack.



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   Aerodynamic shaper really help in atmosphere. Also, notice landing gear. While simplistic, and without cover when folded, it works well enough.



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   ...wondered where the Swiss Cross is?



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   Front cannons and a bit of greebling. Also, if you look carefully, you'll find front landing gear.



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   Engines are not covered with armour to make their cooling easier; however they may be easy target in a dogfight. Keeping shields on high levels is essential.



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   A common windshield installed in not-so common way. I really like how it turned out; it "continues" the nose, and nicely falls into the hull.



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   Sorry for too-much-light here, but it was the only way to make the cockpit details visible. Not very roomy, but still much bigger than in Hammer fighter.

Model's dirability is seriously limited. While main structure is based on twin-linked technic beams, nose and stabilisers are rather fragile.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 19, 2011
This is art in LEGO. Awesome design, sleek shape, red color.. All awesome.
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  September 16, 2009
Oh wow. Beautiful piece usage and terrific overall shape. The nose of this thing is fantastic. Actually, due to it's bright red color-scheme, I really want this to be a racer. I might have to borrow the overall design if you don't mind ;) unfortunately I probably won't have the time to do anything with it though. Great creation here (even if I thing it should be a racer). Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
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  September 15, 2009
reminds me of a viper from bsg
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  November 7, 2008
oh my god! when i saw this my jaw dropped, its one of the best space fighters i have EVER seen! please check out mine btw, its studless;P peace ~Ed
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  August 23, 2006
ye great thinking with the cockpit. i find ur swiss creations funny tho coz space is usually considered a branch off navy. and the swiss navy has onli got 12 men!
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  August 23, 2006
Love the backwards SW cockpit.
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  August 23, 2006
I've always liked wedge-shaped ships.
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  August 23, 2006
nice...thought i wish there had been five identical cannons on each side because now it looks like you didn't have enough bricks...which i doubt according to your other mocs;) Anyway nice work!
 
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