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UNSC Frigate: Forward Unto Dawn
Over the summer, I have been building a first attempt at large-scale space ships. As school approached and I neared the end of the construction, I realized I would probably not have much time to continue being active on Mocpages this year. So, I have decided that I will go dark for a while. But before I leave ye all, I present my final sort-of masterpiece! Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to present...
About this creation
My rAd AWSUM CuSTum Watzogzth Verrsion 500002435!!!! Pleez Ratee and Commenntzz
Wait, where did that come from?


Getting to business now, this is the UNSC Forward Unto Dawn. Since Halo 4 will be coming out soon, I thought that it would be fitting to build the ship that the Chief has been snoozing for the last... 8, 5, 4 years? I don't know, ask the halo book readers.


I originally wanted to build the new UNSC Infinity, but after one attempt, I decided that I didn't have the necessary Mark Kelso skills to take on such a task.


Now on to the statistics: The UNSC Light Charon Class Frigate,Forward Unto Dawn is 489.8 meters long and is equipped with 4 fusion reactors, a slip-space drive, Titanium A battle plating, 1 Mac Cannon, 50 Archer Missile pods, four 50mm point defense guns, and 3 shiva missiles.





Here is a view of 2 of the reactors and the main hanger





A rough picture of the UNSC emblem on the wing.


The side of the hangar


2 of the point defense guns


The MAC cannon


The main bridge




This is a top view, and a view of my attempt at greebles.


One of the wings


The front of the hangar


A secret hatch!


Flaps near the point defense guns will open up to reveal the gunners.


Likewise the top of the bridge will open to reveal a crew member and Lord Hood, Admiral of the UNSC Home Fleet


A flap behind the bridge will also open.


A cryo tube with the Master Chief sleeping peacefully inside...


He awakes!


A squad of marines lead by Sergeant Johnson. They are being briefed by Commander Keyes.


The bottom of the hanger can detach


The detached hanger.


The mongoose that is kept in the hangar.


The hangar without any minifigures or vehicles


A terminal computer thing


A tool rack



THE MINI FIGURES:(Characters will be named from left to right)

Lord Hood, Commander Keyes, 2 crew members


The gunners of the point defense guns lead by an old gentleman to the far left.


Two mechanics that were working in the hangar.


Sergeant Johnson and his marines


2 ODSTs


A black-armored Master Chief


Goodbye folks, thank you for viewing to the very end, and good night, or morning, or afternoon,whatever time you are viewing.





Comments

 I like it 
  July 1, 2013
Are you even active? And I never knew you had a lightbox, by the way. ;)
 I like it 
  March 29, 2013
Answer to snoozing question: master chief was in cryo sleep for 4 years,7 months, 10 days
  December 8, 2012
that thing is massively awesome any way im making an actual MINIFIGURE SIZE ONE Awesome though
 I like it 
  November 11, 2012
LOVE IT! And its 4 years according to Halo 4
 I made it 
  October 21, 2012
Quoting Michael Kringe Just HUGE and amazing!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  October 21, 2012
Just HUGE and amazing!
 
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