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G-98 Freight Smuggling "Pelican"
A small light freighter piloted by a man who illegaly makes profits off smuggling things past the Confederacy's forces.
About this creation
This is a small freight ship piloted by one man who makes a living off of flying his unarmed white G-98 light speed freighter (with a replaced engine) past the Confederacy's enforcements and smuggling illegal parts and random things.



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   Here's the white "Pelican"



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   The nose sure looks big at this angle...



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   Her rear.



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   The engine and tailfin...



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   Little greeblies...



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   A small strip of greebles I thought suited the area.



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   The cockpit. I have never really used this windsheild peice on anything before and thought I might try it this time, and it came out okay, eh?



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   The landing gear. By the time I got to it (like on most of my ships) I was tired of building (most of my creations took me an hour or so) and realized I hadn't left any decent space for landing gear to be stored, so I made this. I was too lazy to rebuild half the ship for the sake of the landing gear...



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   This landing gear doesn't even unfold! It just sticks out all the time. By the way, that isn't a nuclear bomb, it's the engine. Yeah, I had forgotten about that part until I looked and saw no engine. Slapped that thing on...



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   And, the landing gear unfolded...



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   The boring bottom...



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   NO, IT'S NOT A BOMB!!!!



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   This is...



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   ...a hatch! Hoorah! It opens for the pilot to climb out with his smuggles...



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   A little control thing inside there...



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   and another one on the other side!



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   The pilot. As you can see from the red scar he has on his face, not all of his smuggles were completely successful. That or he was born that way. Let's stick to the first theory...



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   The controls and the little projection thing that shows what's going on aorund him.



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   The inside view of the hatch



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   And it's open! Now the engine looks like a bomb a lot, as if it were hanging from inside the hatch...



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   And, I randomly used that landscape thing I told you I needed ideas for. I still do, so hurry up before I finish making the shit I decided on!



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   The statue that replaced the little observatory...



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   This has nothing to do with this MOC, but oh well. Here's the statue in all its glory...(sshhh it doesn't have black hands! Ignore the black...ignore...)



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   The railway again.



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   Yay.



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   This was on the floor. No, I'm not obsessed enough to try this from my bed and cut my brains out from the ceiling fan. I'm sorry, folks...anyway hope you enjoyed this thing I made in an hour! I just thought of the name for it...



Comments

  July 30, 2007
ok ok ko ko!!!
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  July 27, 2007
how dow i get scrolling text???
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  June 20, 2007
Ok, I csme here to review your things. THIS IS GREAT!!!
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  June 19, 2007
Now thats some greeblige! you chose an interesting shape when you built it, too. keep up the good work! i like your styles
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  June 18, 2007
i'm the 100th visitor!!! good job here. i wish i had some train stuff.
 
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