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P-36 "Albatross" Troop Transport
A heavely shielded troop transport
About this creation

I cant tell you how freaking annoying these pics were to uplaod. I kept having problems. I would have to uplaod like three pictures at a time because i would end up having to re uplaod one like every time -_- it took so long it was so annoying, but now i can finally get to the good part, the commentary! :D Oh, and i also forgot to turn some from large to center D:

Anyways here we see the back side of the moc. Overall, as with most of my MOCs, i think this turned out well. Although im a bit disapointed with the triangular front, took a lot of work and didnt come out as cool looking as i hoped, although it is a interesting shape that i hope will get this attention. Now that i think about i could have also given this some sort of small vehicle to carry.. o well, now onto the sci-fi commentary

The P-36 is a troop transport capable of atmouspheric and non atmouspheric conditions. The p-36 also has the ability to enter autmousphere from outer atmousphere. Alone, the P-36's shape and overall flight ability would not sustain re-entry, but the P-36 has an assest that gives it this ability and also keeps it safe while dropping troops into hotzones. Its heavy shielding. The P-36 relys on extremly durable shields as its protection and its flight stabilizer. The shields shape are manipulated to spread out and around the force and heat from re-entry, giving it the ability to survive re-entry. General during re-entry the shields will be manipulated to a cone shape to desperse the energy from re-entry that would generally make this inpossible. The entire front of the section of the P-36 under the cocpit houses only the emense shield generator and carrys the shielding dispersing coil directly under it (and you thought that was a gun..) Although this technique can be useful, certain weapons can be devastation on large groups of transports entering atmousphere. For instance, an IMP blast amoungst a large amount of transports can be devastating, instantly disengaging shields and turning every one of them into flaming balls of alloy. The P-36 is armed with a heavy machine gun on the top which is controlled by a gunner but can also be automatic, and also rear lower gatling guns used for clearing landing zones, which can also be automatic or manually controlled. The P-36 has 4 engines that can turn 360 degrees, mainly for non-atmouspheric flight.

Grebbles! :D and an uper hatch that can be used when the rear hatch is un-opperational


Opens up top..


..and unfolds out as a ramp :D


Full o troopers, the P-36 can hold about 9 people, including the pilot and gunner.


Pretty spacious, the P-36 is sometimes also used as a cargo ship, supllying troops on the front lines.


Pilot. There is no windshield, the cocpit relys solely on a clear energy shield. Negates worries like fogging and keeps you terified of shield disabling EMP blasts!


On to the minifigures. Here we have the gunner on the left, center we have the pilot, and on the right we have the medic


Left we have explosives dude (that sounds REAL profesional) center we have a heavy armored trooper, and on the right we have the sqaud leader


Infantry! On the left we have a dude with a shotgun, center a sniper, and right a rifle.


The fron can be fairly easily dis-assembled. You just got to take off this leadlight piece thing..

Then the long piece the pilot is one and the front come out easily..

..and you can see how this is made! Its barely connected and is held on mainly my friction!Lol this pic messed up

Alternate design! :D i decided to change the cocpit and make an alternet design, and i was really frustrated because it looked as cool if not cooler as the original cocpit and took not even close to as long -_-

Another pic

Acidently made this huge :P The stand for this one was kind of annoying, as can be seen below. This second design is cool but it doesnt have the room for the giant shield generator or rear gun, but it looks cool. Maybe this one is another design specifically for in-atmouspheric conditions? :o

Lol this is a picture of my hand i accidently as i tried to grab my dropship as the stand fell over, thought id put it on for fun xD

Sorry i havent added anything recently, i havent been doing a lot of legos, been distracted by a lot of things. Ive recently moved and i have my own room now, but i dont have that much room for legos, and schools been heavyer this year, and ive been spending more time with video games and junk in my free time :P i have been doing some legos and i want to start doing it some more. I have something i want to put on, so look out for that soon-ish! :D ahh it feels good to be dooing this again... but i feel like my commentary isnt that good :P tell me what you guys think, rate and comment! :D



Comments

 I like it 
  July 11, 2012
Nice shape, specially on the engines and on the first cockpit.
 I like it 
  May 5, 2011
Hey, kudos to you for coming up with a transport that doesn't look like half the others out there. And I liked the first cockpit a lot better. Good choice!
 I made it 
  January 15, 2011
Quoting Jag . I really like how the frame was a bike!
What bike? 0-o
 I like it 
  January 15, 2011
I really like how the frame was a bike!
 I like it 
  November 26, 2010
Wow. Awesome. Very cool design.
Jonathan Ladner
Harrison H.
  November 5, 2010
Pretty cool ship I have "A LOT" to say: It made me laugh and the heavy armored trooper should have been called a Juggernaugt.
 I like it 
  November 3, 2010
Another creative design :-) I enjoy watching your future stuff creations.
  October 31, 2010
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 I like it 
  October 14, 2010
Really nicely made transport Jonathan. Great shape and design on the engines. Although I think your issue is a coding error. I have more info here: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=14104&topicid=58818&message=comment_posted.
 I made it 
  September 27, 2010
Quoting Ced The Clever Bummer, I've never had the problem. I wish I could help, looks like a great ship. Have you tried adding it again? Maybe you could just re-post and delete the old one.
Might as well try, this also happened to another one of my MOCs :[
 I like it 
  September 24, 2010
Bummer, I've never had the problem. I wish I could help, looks like a great ship. Have you tried adding it again? Maybe you could just re-post and delete the old one.
 
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