More SW Fan Fiction! I'm having a Creation-uploading Spree at the moment. Anyway, on to the creation, and fancy titles F.T.W.!
About this creation
This is not a caption. This is a backstory. Hold on a second. I meant this is a frontstory. Wait, frontstories don't exist; what I really meant was that this is supposed to be a headline. But headlines are just exciting titles, and...oh, headline shmeadline! Anyway, onto the frontstory. No, I meant-oh, whatever. Well, we all know that the Republic isn't big on AI (Artificial Intelligence for all of you), because they seem to think they have so many clones that they can just use them to pilot guided missiles and other explosives. They thought that you have to have a clone in the missile to guide it, instead having nerd playing with a joystick inside some random control center. ANYWAY, yes, the Republic is NOT big on A.I.'s (That's why they kill droids), but K.F. (Random company name. Come, if you play with LEGO, you can come up with a name! MOCers are creative!) has convinced the Republic that they are in need of robotic spy planes, rather that sending in drunk clones who tend to crash and cause heavy damage, rather than send back info. ANYWAY, yeah, where was I...so, they convinced the Republic to buy a couple of their robotic Infiltration Units, and the Republic found they were much better than the crappy U-2's. Wait, they were still using U-2's? Talk about outdated! But the Halo Reach grenade launcher is 200 years old, I'm 450 years old, AND WE'RE OFF-TOPIC AGAIN! Well then, onto the actual plastic.
3/4 view. You're probably thinking:"I read all that just so I could look at this junk?" Well yes, that's how business is.
The "Help I'm going to die" view. Wait, nevermind, it's a spy plane, it doesn't have weapons.
The side. Those wings (The shorter ones) were a last-minute touch, and...what? That maroon circular tile wasn't a Republic Logo-thingy?! Where is the evil being responsible for this? Is it me? No! Not possible!
The rear. Phipson, note that the engine cannot be a butt, there would have to be two of them if that were so...
The underside. Pretty clean, and there's a massive air intake for in-atmosphere surveillance. Oh, can someone tell me a one word version of in-atmosphere? Please?
The "eyes". Two high-power, Sony HDR-HC3 cameras fused together, painted gray, and stuck on a vehicle. Yes, that's the camera I use. Man, they are outdated...
Antenna for transmitting info to home base.
And a parting shot of some little things whose function is unknown.
Well MOCpages, that's all for today, see you guys next time!