A small power plant located on the planet of Yondof 7.
About this creation
A worker repairing a leak.
The leak in the water purification system greebling shooting water high up in the air
The entire MOC.
Greebling and a tower.
An odd style of greebling that I experimented with...well, it's sort of greebling-I took all of my round circular panels and arranged them almost like a feild of mushrooms.
The electricital system regulation tower
The main nuclear power source.
I'd stay away from that...
One of the four droid-brain operated ground turrets with just enough range to take out unauthorized personal advancing too closely.
Black surface. I'm not sure why I even added this picture.
. Water....as Keith Goldman says...taking advantage of the water table is key! Although this is actually LEGO water...but oh well....
A small drainage grate that regulates the water amount-it also sends water back through the greebling where it is purified and used to cool down the radioactive generator
Inside the grate, where the water is sucked down underground...
This provides easy access inside the water intake for repairs...
It all started with this railway design...it was originally going to be a railway station...screw civilian stuff...
I always seem to have to have some type of natural area in my MOCs...well, lately anyway. no, this is not on Drenzia...it's not all sand if you notice..it's got some grey and greeen.
Our nomadic friend from the water filtration facility returns to star in this MOC! In this episode, he has amazingly found a radioactive nuclear power pod floating in the water that somehow missed the intake! Hooray for radiation-induced cancer!
And his trusty sidekick, Horse! Notice the things the nomad has collected...the question is how he got all the way over here from Drenzia. By the way, the nomad got a haircut-now he's bald! Yay!
All that radioactive waste the plant creaters has to go somewhere...in
this case-the enviornment! A pat on the back for pollution!
The President of the Confederacy (who always somehow ends up in my MOCs...I don't knw why, but he somehow always manages to fit into the story) negotiating with his brother, a Representative of 11 star systems.
One of the President's guards...
His brother. Why the two are negotiating at a nuclear power plant is beyond my knowledge but I had to have some reason for the landing pad.
Which brings me to the picture after this one, the brother's ship. But while we're here, this is the President's private railcar. It's quite roomy, but I failed to add an interior. It's called laziness.
And now I'm here. Anyway, this is the Argundan 456 Rhino. I'll be posting its own MOC page shortly.
I don't even know why I'm showing this here when it will have its own page...oh well...
But yeah, i like the shininess of the lasers. Yay for shiny!
ARM G-43 WPP Zeta 15. Yes, this must be special if he's here. Well, one of him. He is after all, a robot
The landing pad controls that do something special. I haven't yet decided what.
The railcar driver. As on all my railcars, it is two long, one car to hold the stuf and one to drive it. Yeah. i'm just that simple. That's how i roll.
It's actually made for two craft...i forgot to show a picture of two on there...i will another time...but yeah they're just using it temporarily-anyway this is it without the Rhino.
Without the railcar...yeah the rest of the railway is pretty dang boring...
A turret. Please review below whatever you think! Thanks for visiting, and if you liked this MOC please check out my other ones! Thanks-PS sorry the last few captions being out-of-order...ah well...
Nice job, I like the greebles, but one thing bothers me, where are the six-legged frogs, three-armed workers, and four-eyed guard dogs usually associated with nuclear power plants? Kidding... Nice work! -- -- Michael
This is some pretty cool stuff - I like the Rhino. I think the focus of my next sci fi project will be some sort of subway-like stop. I kind of wish this MOC was a little bigger and maybe focused on one aspect like the Rhino stop or that cool machiney whatnot. P.S. Thanks for the review. Keep up the good work and don't feed the llamas!