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LambdaCorp Lb-138 "Specter"
The Arkean Republic is proud to introduce the Lb-138 "Specter". Originally a classic design long-range fighter, after the development and production were handed over to LambdaCorp, the "Specter" was transformed into a highly maneouvarable, long range fighter. The design is quite unusual, and is inspired by the Belkaustan Be-190. The armament is 5 10mm. machineguns in the nose and 4 15mm. machinegun containers under the wings. The "Specter" can go up to 765 km/h. It will be manifactured in the Lambda Complex, which is a currently in-the-works under and above ground complex.
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4th wall: I really like how this came out. I almost gave up on this project until inspiration (in the form of Vangurad's Be-190) struck me. Also, part of the body and the wings belong to Matthew Sylvan. C&C appreciated. Also, pictured here is one of the 3 prototypes with the LambdaCorp flag on the tail.



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 I like it 
  May 3, 2012
Forward thinking, I like it
 I made it 
  April 2, 2012
Quoting Colin Small is a TFOL Very Interesting! I like the wing design and landing gear. It's much better than I could do!
Thank you! But speaking of the wings, the design is not mine.
 I like it 
  April 2, 2012
Very Interesting! I like the wing design and landing gear. It's much better than I could do!
 I made it 
  March 31, 2012
Quoting Elpa 14 Still, you make our fighters look like toys. In WWII, fighters were either fast and easy to control, or heavily armed, slower, and less maneuverable. Yours are everything, no downsides. That is just not possible.
Ahem. I said that if the fighter has the 4 cannons under the wings added, its speed is like 70km/h slower and it is far less maneouvarable.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2012
Still, you make our fighters look like toys. In WWII, fighters were either fast and easy to control, or heavily armed, slower, and less maneuverable. Yours are everything, no downsides. That is just not possible.
 I made it 
  March 31, 2012
Quoting Elpa 14 Quite impressive. There is just one thing. How can your fighter be so heavily armed and yet have an amazing speed?
The speed is lower if the cannons under the wings are attached. As I said they are removable.
 I like it 
  March 30, 2012
Quite impressive. There is just one thing. How can your fighter be so heavily armed and yet have an amazing speed?
 I made it 
  March 30, 2012
Quoting Matthew McCall Well, I'm impressed! Although it's similiar to Vangaurd's, it's not a complete copy, and looks well made. Great job!
Well, thank you!
 I made it 
  March 30, 2012
Quoting Matthew Sylvan Please give me credit, you are using my Ze-190's front and wings. Anyway, the creation looks good.
O'course.
 I like it 
  March 30, 2012
Please give me credit, you are using my Ze-190's front and wings. Anyway, the creation looks good.
 I like it 
  March 30, 2012
Well, I'm impressed! Although it's similiar to Vangaurd's, it's not a complete copy, and looks well made. Great job!
 I made it 
  March 30, 2012
Quoting Dr. No Huh. If it ain't the spittin image of Nemesis's newest fighter.
Yep, said it was inspired by it. Designs are pretty different however.
  March 30, 2012
Huh. If it ain't the spittin image of Nemesis's newest fighter.
 
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