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UNSC Midsummer Night
The UNSC Midsummer Night (Hull Classification Symbol FFG-209) was a United Nations Space Command Light Frigate. Prior to his promotion to Captain in 2552, Lieutenant Jacob Keyes served aboard this frigate and later transferred to the UNSC Iroquois, a UNSC destroyer.In 2535 the Midsummer Night was equipped with stealth ability by ONI, in exchange for help with a special mission. The frigate had it rough from the start. During her shakedown mission of enforcing the Cole Protocol on civilian ships, some of her complement ODST's were caught in an Insurrectionist trap that resulted in over 20 Killed-in-Action and approximately a dozen Wounded-in-Action. From there, she gave support to ONI operatives on Charybdis IX that were trying to root out the source of the illegal trading of plasma weapons. A UNSC Pelican pilot attached to the Night, named Jeffries, lost his life to rebel rockets during this engagement. Midsummer Night then followed an Insurrectionist ship to a structure known as the Rubble. The ship attempted to stealth its way through the Insurrectionist structure. Unfortunately, Lieutenant Badia Campbell, one of the bridge officers, was an Insurrectionist sympathizer, who wounded several officers and fatally wounded Commander Zheng before being stopped by Lieutenant Keyes. She then committed suicide with her own weapon. Before she died, Campbell sabotaged the ship and alerted the Rubble to the ship's presence. The Midsummer Night was then forcefully commandeered by the rebels. It is unknown how many marines and personnel died in this engagement. The rebels presumably repaired it as it was in working condition later. Later, the ship would be taken back by Lt. Jacob Keyes with the help of the Rubble AI, Juliana, who saw the UNSC presence as the only way to save the citizens under her charge. Keyes and the surviving bridge crew would then use the ship to deploy Gray Team and its ODSTs onto the Covenant city of Redoubt and its two nearby AA guns in order to open the city to a bombardment. Several ODSTs died in the attempt, but the mission was a success.From there on out, the ship was used to guard the habitat Exodus while it fled to the relative safety of UNSC controlled space. The ship was damaged in the effort but was able to make it back and receive repairs. - Halopedia
About this creation
Probably My best MOC EVER.
I donít want to describe each picture, so Iíll only explain the really neat parts of this ship. Which is everything.

Changes from the last WIP shot:
-Light bluish gray battle stripe down the back has been changed to dark bluish gray.
-"Jaws" in front lenghthened
-Right engine finished
-Various other minor adjustments


Different pictures...





What are those two arrows for? Scroll down to find out! ( But look at the other pictures too )



Engines



Other shots





Front. Can you tell what the cool thing is yet? (Look very closely)



Thatís right people, the first Halo frigate on MOCpages with a SHOOTING MAC gun! ( LEGO (R) blunt shooter)






Press here...

BLAMMERS!


Whoops, forgot this bridge shot.


If you would like more pictures please ask, hope you liked it and please RATE AND COMMENT



Comments

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  April 13, 2013
OOHHHHH!!!!! That's awesome!!!!! So very, very very, very, very awesome. While I find that the Halo frigates look a little odd with their dangling hangars, best MOC of one ever! You've built it beautifully. Commendations to you sir! Could you please have a look at my Thunder Child?
  November 3, 2012
I CAN'T BELIVE IT!!!!! this is the best! here are the reasons: 1) shooting MAC gun 2) perfect, flawless design 3) perfect pictures (is someone in your family a photographer?) 4)VERY asthetically pleasing to the eye. I COULD go on all day, but then you'd get BORED TO HECK. between 1 and 5, its a five and a half. (i've read the book many times) (the book is called the cole protocol, for those that do not know)
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  February 23, 2012
This is jaw dropping work.. dud if you could email me at andrewgagnon@bell.net, Id love to use a coupl of your pics and animate your ship as part of a fun movie.. Here is an example fo what I have done.. I wo0udl give you full page credits at end of film for any contribution you okayed! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2Ihiq6ahtA
Noah .
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343 guilty spark
  February 2, 2012
EPIC!!!!! JOB
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  September 8, 2011
Awesome MAC gun! I've read that book 3 times now.
Noah .
Mandalore The Ultimate
  April 18, 2011
Dude I love this! Integrating the shooter into the MAC cannon was definitely a good idea. I'm almost finished with my own frigate, the Savannah :)
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  March 14, 2011
This is fantastic!! great moc! I absolutely LOVE The MAC round action. if you get a chance, take a look at my WIP Frigate
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  March 4, 2011
Oh cool! It's neat that you added the front missile to the ship, over all very good.
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  January 23, 2011
As a moderator of the TFOL Private Club group, I am giving you a warning; if you will not be active in the next two weeks you will be kicked out of the group without further warnings. Do not do it in a perfunctory manner or you will be kicked out.
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  January 22, 2011
Pretty awesome job, just add some snot'ing over the armor panels in the back and this thing is perfect.
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  January 4, 2011
Awesome! I like the fact that you made the MAC shoot something.
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  December 31, 2010
WOOOAH!!! That puts my new mini frigate to shame!(yet to be posted)
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  December 23, 2010
Very nice, you've caught the main body shape just about right. My only question is in regard the the bottom of the Frigate, where Scorpions and Wathogs are dropped off during the Halo 3 Level "The Ark". That area in my opinion is too thin and needs to be a bit more wider. Other than that this Frigate is one of the better attempts over the pages. Good Job.
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  December 15, 2010
this thing is more than amazing
Noah .
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Dominick Sinclair
  December 2, 2010
Amazing job here. I can't believe that no one figured out how to make a firing MAC cannon! Cool use of that sticker from, oh what was it? I forgot. Anyway, great job on size here and use of the pistol on the bridge!
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  November 25, 2010
Very nice I love the detail in this. I also loved The "Cole Protocole".
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  November 24, 2010
Cool ship!
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  November 24, 2010
Wow, if Kelso thinks this is awesome, you know you've done a good job. 5/5! ~Stay green
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  November 24, 2010
Nice job on the proportions and form with this one.
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  November 23, 2010
Nice work!
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  November 23, 2010
Very nice sleek shaped ship.
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  November 21, 2010
Very cool. Nicely detailed. I like the size. Good job
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  November 21, 2010
please instructions
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  November 21, 2010
gool frigate nice job!!!!!
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  November 21, 2010
WHOA ship!
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  November 21, 2010
Nice mini!
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  November 21, 2010
Very nice frigate! Impressive!
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  November 21, 2010
This ship is great even packed full of play things. I would have liked to have seen an openable hanger but ok. >Eric
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  November 20, 2010
Wow, this is a really nice frigate. It's one of the best, if not the best, frigates I've seen around here on MOCpages!
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  November 20, 2010
Excellent work! I'm currently reading the Cole Protocol book, so this really sparked my interest.
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  November 20, 2010
Wow this is amazing! Did you join the UNSC Navy group that i invited you to? this would make a great addition!
 
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