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Snow Wreck
A wrecked YT-1300 transport.
About this creation
It snowed a while ago. So, I went outside to take some pictures. I had recently almost completely scrapped my Millennium Falcon set, and thought "hey, that'd look pretty cool in the snow. It'd look as if it had crashed in the snow."



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   Patrol van 4 encountered a wreck while on patrol. The vessel was a Corellian YT-1300 transport.



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   The engines had been ripped away in the crash. Most of the back roof was missing.



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   The pilot was in the cockpit dead most likely freezing to death after being trapped.



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   The team got out of their vehicle to find a dead Arctic unit.



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   A lifepod was also found, with two dead bodies inside.



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   Thirdly, a skeleton was found in an impression.



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   The crew investigated the wreckage.



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   There was still a section of roof hanging over the wrecked interior.



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   A computer terminal lay on the ground.



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   The wreckage was mostly covered by snow.



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   The old Dejarik holochess table still worked.



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   The pilot was dead.



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   The wreckage was pretty massive.



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   The team them noticed an odd lamplike object sticking out of the snow.



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   It was an aggressive hostile predator.



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   "Hey, check it out! I'm being eaten!"



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   "GET BACK TO THE VAN!"



Comments

Will M.
Martin Pettersson
  August 16, 2007
Cool! ;)
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  August 3, 2007
The old model of the falcon was nicer anyway
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  June 3, 2007
A perfect way to destroy your millenium falcon. Nice job!
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  April 21, 2007
Easily the best and most realistic crash scene I've seen so far. Love the background story and the monster fish!
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  April 16, 2007
Frikkin' hilarious, Will. The 'hostile predator' was great, especially the guy going "Hey guys, I'm being eaten!".
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  March 30, 2007
good but id like to know is that the old cotton wool trick?or is it real snow in ur garden i wouldnt do that id be scared to lose the bits especcially mellenuim falcon peices
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  March 9, 2007
very cool i love the pilet with the sceloton face its awsome ha theres and evil fish this is an amazing moc 5/5 make some more snow crashes
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  March 7, 2007
great crash scene. i wish i got snow! i'd do snow pictures for my stuff.
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  February 25, 2007
Haha the monster...
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  February 25, 2007
This moc is awesome! great use of uh snow. Was that ship the millenium falcon? Anyways cool!
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  February 25, 2007
Great use of some actual sets to make a wreck scene. Very impressive. I have been trying to think up of a wreck scene but I can't make it look like a wreck site. Yours looks very realistic, as if it really was a wreck and wasn't just put there. I like this a lot. I like what you added at the bottom of the page. Did the monster/angler fish eat that guy that was a skeleton? (lol) Fantastic job. Keep up the great building.
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  February 25, 2007
A brilliant if not slightly bleak moc. Great concept! ;)
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  February 25, 2007
kewl
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  February 25, 2007
haha...cool
 
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