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NEOS 'Starfire' Command Carrier
Designed specifically for invading a planet, the NEOS 'Starfire' carrier has the ability to deploy an entire army just minutes after exiting hyperspace.
About this creation

Profile view. The front portion of the 'Starfire' was loosely based off of the shape of Jon Walker's Oort.

3/4 view.

The bridge, main forward cannons (1 MAC, 2 focused plasma emitters, 1 medium fixed laser turret).

Side hull, including 3 light laser turrets and 2 MACs on each side of the ship.

Rear side. This section is armed with 2 heavy plasma turrets and 3 light laser turrets.

The fighter bay, capable of holding up to 50 heavy fighters (25 on each side).

Engines. Not my best layout, but they had to be small to fit the main function of the 'Starfire'...

NEOS 'Comet' carriers. Three of them to be exact. The 'Starfire' provides faster transportation than the 'Comet' carriers could achive on their own, as well as orbital support, point defense, and an overall worthy distraction.

The 'Comet' carriers fit in the main hangar bay, in a linear fashion. A tight squeeze, but the extra troops is well worth it. Each carrier can hold 1500-2000 troops, depending on what tanks, mechs, etc. are also onboard.

In addition to having carriers, the 'Starfire' is equipped with six oversized drop pods, capable of landing tanks, infantry, or ordinance from orbit.



The cavernous carrier hold is most of the ship's being, and could fit hundreds of starfighters instead of the carriers after a quick refit. Excellent for making any DA cruiser feel like that kid who threw a rock at the beehive in his backyard, and missed out on school for a week.

The NEOS 'Comet' carrier can also serve as a command center after landing.

The NEOS has landed, and there is little that the Dark Augusto outpost can do to defend against such force.

Thanks for viewing, I really liked how this turned out. Let me know what you think!



Comments

Cody G
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Babism Pie
  May 4, 2011
I like the colors..
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  May 4, 2011
Awesome Carrier! It's features put mine to shame. >Eric
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  December 2, 2010
Great work on this--I love the shape of it!
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  December 1, 2010
Ships with all the little details and features are the best types of ships! Great work, Cody. ~Ryan
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  November 29, 2010
That is some SWEET micro-scaly detail there! I really like all the little turrets, they've got to be my favorite part.
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  November 28, 2010
Another awesome creation from you Cody, great design and use of pieces.
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  November 28, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens Nice dude, these are coming together well. Taking a break from Mechs?
Running out of specialty parts for the joints, and I haven't the heart to scrap the mechs I have still put together. Maybe after Christmas I'll have enough of the right stuff.
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  November 28, 2010
Quoting Parrington Levens Nice dude, these are coming together well. Taking a break from Mechs?
Running out of specialty parts for the joints, and I haven't the heart to scrap the mechs I have still put together. Maybe after Christmas I'll have enough of the right stuff.
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  November 27, 2010
Nice dude, these are coming together well. Taking a break from Mechs?
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  November 27, 2010
Very nice, great use of bionicle parts, I like the multiple use of minifigs hands as well, good job
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  November 27, 2010
Excellentry-ishness. I built a word. Of course, this word was not nearly as amazing as your carrier, but it was a worthy attempt. ~Waff
Cody G
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ontopovamountain perry
  November 26, 2010
BOOM! BOOM!, Firepower - Mountain Boy
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  November 26, 2010
A finely built carrier and the details about its armaments and capabilities are well presented too. The final picture showing the landing craft next to the city set the scale perfectly. A fine job to be sure.
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  November 26, 2010
Thanks for the comments, everyone!
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  November 26, 2010
Great work! Very cool, i like the design, and all the other details and features you crammed in there! Also, i'm making my first NEOS mech.
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  November 26, 2010
Very cool! The hands and bionicle pieces combined is my favorite part.
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  November 26, 2010
Nice ship, very aggressive looking with the big guns above the bridge, and the various other dotted around...
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  November 26, 2010
Awesome spacecraft, full of many details such as the use of minifig hands as turrets and the use of those bionicle pieces. The shape of this craft is also great, and the fact that there is room inside where the comets can be held is very cool also. Nice one. :)
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  November 26, 2010
Nice build! But when I saw the Comet Carrier, I thought it was going to transform, reminds me of a Robotech head. Maybe the next ship?
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  November 26, 2010
great design and cool color ,,,,bravo
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  November 26, 2010
It looks really good, I'm liking this one! I like the mini-scale for this ship. Great work!
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  November 26, 2010
Now that is what I call a carrier! A highly detailed ship. Great job!
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  November 25, 2010
Wow. Nice guns.
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  November 25, 2010
Sweet dude! Lots of goodies packed in here, the bionicle turrets are sweet, along with the seats for engines. And of course your mini-presentation.
 
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