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Lego Universe Memorial MOC
Hello and welcome to my 21st MOC. This was one that I built shortly after lego universe closed in early 2011. This is a concept world and ships for the four fractions, The Sentinels, The Paradox, The Assembly, and the Venture League. Sorry about all of the pictures, but I hope you like this anyway. Remember and please comment.
About this creation

The main part of the MOC, the Paradox LAB. The Paradox, my least favorite fraction, seek to use the dark power of the evil Maelstrom against itself. (pretty messed up right). Evil can not be tolerated. Satan will just laugh if you try to use his own power against him. Evil can only be defeated through the power of Christ.

The landing pad for the ships.

The landing pad with the Largest Paradox Dart Ship (PDS) removed.

The smaller PDSs flying off.

The landing pad with all the largest PDSs removed.

The white road leading from the landing pad to the LABoratory proper.

The Paradox lab! (this was really fun to build)

The launch pad that connects Paradox LAB to the other worlds. It is up in a tree!

The lava flow that powers the LAB's research.

The first of two lava scanners that make sure the lava is pure.

The second of two lava scanners that make sure the lava is pure. It is up in a tree!

The tube that sucks the (hopefully pure) lava into the LAB.

One of the many alien trees that surround the LAB. the iron cap on the top is to prevent the tree from growing too high.

The Blackstone mountain in the background. Yes, it is really black stone.

Final shot of the lava flow.

The Paradox armada of PDSs.

The main PDS. It was once just an ordinary PDS, but it was upgraded as a reward for it's crew's heroism in battle.

The sentinel rocket ship. The Sentinels are always on the front line of every battle, they are the backbone of the four fractions.

Side view of the rocket ship. Note the large Imagination container that powers the whole ship.

The large engine and exhaust port.

Final shot of the rocket ship.

Now for the two assembly ships. The large one is the Imagination Tanker, and the smaller one is the Imagination Command Center. The Assembly is the building side of the four fractions. They specialize in building massive ships with which to combat the Maelstrom. They are my favorite fraction, and the one that I was a member of when I played Lego Universe.

Close-up of the Imagination Command Center.

The front view of the Imagination Tanker.

Back view of the Imagination Tanker. Note the large booster engines.

The side view of the Imagination Tanker.

Final shot of the Imagination Tanker.

The final fraction, the Venture League! the long thin one is the Venture Explorer, and the other one is a stolen pirate ship. The Venture League is the team of pirates, explorers, cowboys, and other assorted desperados. Their mission is to explore every single unknown planet, and kill every single evil monster on it, until there is none left to explore.

The Venture Explorer. It has been subtly disguised with vines.

Close-up of the engine/vine area.

The Exploration pod being launched off the Venture Explorer.

The stolen pirate ship. it is called 'the primrose' for some reason.

The massive laser cannon on the bottom of 'the primrose'.

Slightly artistic shot of 'the primrose'.

The large engine of 'the primrose'.

The rotating laser cannons on the front of 'the primrose'.

The gray flag of 'the primrose'

Now for one of the smaller planets, The Imagination Mine.

This is how it would look if you were approaching it from space. (with a different background:)

The Imagination fountain gushing out of the part of the planet that has been hollowed out.

The escape pod (to be used only if necessary.)

Next is a completely different kind of imagination mine called The Imagination Fortress.

One of the two defense turrets.

One of their state-of-the-art transport tubes.

The control center of the whole fortress. Everything is operated from here.

One of the outposts. You can see the Imagination flame shooting out of the outpost.

What's this?

A Maelstrom UFO!

NOOOOOO, it destroyed one of the PDSs!

The center of the Maelstrom, The Maelstrom Command Ship!

Top view of The Maelstrom Command Ship.

Back view of The Maelstrom Command Ship.

Front view of The Maelstrom Command Ship. You can see the Black-Hole-Like-Sucking-Device (BHLSD for short).

The control center of The Maelstrom Command Ship.

The front view of the control center.

The command ships of the four fractions are attacking Maelstrom Command Ship!

Of course, they can just make the Paradox Dart Ship explode, due to the amount of Maelstrom contained within it.

The hanger on the top of Maelstrom Command Ship opens revealing...

The Darkitect! Once Baron Typhonus, The Darkitect accidently created the Maelstrom. Now he controls it, known as the Mighty Darkitect! Can he be stopped?

Of course he can. Once again, sorry about the vast amount of pictures, but thanks for braving through all of my scatterbrained creations. Enjoy, Remember, and Please Comment!
Thanks Be To God!



Comments

  August 19, 2014
I don't believe in Satan. Cool builds though! I like the Paradox laboratory and the ships.
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  January 4, 2014
"Satan will just laugh if you try to use his own power against him. Evil can only be defeated through the power of Christ." Very true. :)
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  December 29, 2013
This is full of lots of nice details, and is a fitting tribute! Would you mind commenting on this? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/377441
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  December 9, 2013
Quoting Ian Spacek Interesting stuff Raymond, some clever little techniques in the mix! And I never knew much about the Lego Universe games, so it was interesting reading some of your write-up. :)
Thanks Ian! I can't believe you never played Lego Universe! It was the best video game I have ever played!
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  December 9, 2013
Interesting stuff Raymond, some clever little techniques in the mix! And I never knew much about the Lego Universe games, so it was interesting reading some of your write-up. :)
 
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