The ARX Intergalatic Carrier (currently in microscale) is a massive ship. It can easily hold over 20,000 minifigs (not including the 23 minifigs to pilot the ship, the 12 back-up pilot minifigs in case one suffers injury, and a repair team of 57 treaded robots to repair the ship in case of malfunction). The interior of the ship is unlike any ship ever before. The engineers who built the ship forsaw the need of gravity so when they built the interior of the ship, they put semi-strong magnets in the ceiling, floors, and walls and gave the occupants shoes with iron soles so the occupants can walk on the walls and ceiling as well as the floor. The outside of ship is protected by a prototype energy shield that can protect the ship from up to 6 missles before going offline to recharge. After four seconds in which the ship is not damaged, the offline shield system will recharge and the attacker will need to fire 6 more missiles before it can do damage. Ship is not yet outfitted with weapons yet but is able to release big balls of liquid ink and flares to rid off missiles.
Yes, the flares are allowed, but no one in the group gets shields. Also, 20,000 people? That's insane! That's far more than allmost any sci-fi ship, and would make this ships extremely exspensive (as in one bankrupts you), not to mention mind bogglingly difficult to get into space. We aren't nearly this advanced in the group. Sorry if this seems personal, but it is the admins job to decide what is too advanced, and this fits the bill. I suggest making the ship only a few hundred 2-4 meters long, and carry a few hundred 2-3 people max.