For Decisive Action, the Seagull Jet. Strength in numbers!
About this creation
Strength in numbers! That's the rule with the Seagull fighters. They're small, one man fighters made out of cheap material but with fairly powerful guns. One of these can easily be destroyed, but a whole legion? It's not very easy.
General Netro, thanks for the invitation to the AEWC... very civilized of you, and in other circumstances I'd have been delighted to join. However, it seems a bit early in the game to be chopping and changing TOs. I'll take my chances, and may the best team win!
I like it
June 6, 2013
It was very intelligent of you to use the same hangar for both air-power MOCs, I shall have to remember that when I finish my navy soon. This review is in exchange for one you left me. That seems like a good policy, yes?
General, as far as I can tell you are in violation of Category Specification #3: "Your FIGHTER AIRCRAFT MOC can only have ONE ENGINE.". General, I don't see any engine at all. As an aside, it is ridicultous to claim that gun technique as original, it is at least 5 years old if not older and nobody in this group originated it. File it under common useage.
June 4, 2013
I didn't realize that 1x2 trans piece was the engine. My mistake, disregard the DQ. This model meets all specifications. Sorry about the confusion.