"Aegir was the Norse god of the sea, and a giant by blood. Although this ship is not by construction a giant, it's firepower and capacity of speed is one to be reckoned with."
About this creation
A supply convoy from Victory floats through space, freighters and Aerospace fighters drifting towards their destination. All seemed peaceful in that black stillness of space, until suddenly, they're jumped by a Xarkonian ambush! The loss of two of their frigates sets the Vic's fighters into action! In an evasive manner the Victorian guard pull away from the frigates to draw their attackers' fire away. Bad move. Four Xarkonian Valkyries swoop in and annihilate four more freighters -half of the remaining convoy. The Victorian fighter about face to attack the Valkyries, when sweeping through the stars at insane speeds comes a squadron of Aegir Aerospace Fighters! Catching their opponents by surprise the Aegirs unleash a barrage of missiles and blazer rounds, shredding the Vics' defensive shields. The Victorian fighters move to evasive maneuvers, performing intricate barrel rolls, challenging human capacity. Just when they thought no one could hit them, The Aegirs unleashed their dual Gungnir cannons! These cannons focus a laser so powerful, it is capable of destroying enemy shields, vaporizing metal, and punching holes in cockpits! They are highly accurate, and have unprecedented targeting systems. The Gungnir lasers pierced the Victorian defenders in many places, and ultimately destroyed the guard. The rest of the Xarkon ambush was finishing capturing the vessel, while the Aegir aerospace fighters screamed through space, back to their hangars...
Here's a picture of the lucky pilot. Why is this pilot lucky? 8/10 Aegir pilots come back alive. That's pretty good. The good survival rate is mainly because these guys are sent on specialized 'get in, strike, get out' missions.
Wicked! I like it! Well, okay, it's a bit garbled and studdy, but somehow that actually gives it a unique appeal. I like the details better than the overall design. The cockpit, the engines, and the guns all worked aout great. Overall it looks quite intimidating, as a Xarkon vehicle should. So you get a 5/5 from me for this impressive model. Keep it up!