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The Crimson Star
The Crimson Star, a mercenary space fighter
About this creation
The Crimson Star is a heavily modified SF-17 Fire Fox. It has an aerodynamic shell and airbreathing engines, allowing quick getaways into a planet's atmosphere to avoid pursuit. Used by the mercenary Etsuya Hitomi, The Crimson Star can lend speed and firepower to an assault force, or provide a surgical strike and then slip away.



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   The Crimson Star's design allows it to dip in and out of planetary atmospheres: good for a surprise attack on spacefaring vessels, or as an escape route from larger craft.



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   Armament: 2 neutrino cannons*, 2 light pulse lasers, 6 antimatter missiles.



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   Foward reaction control system



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   Landing gear extended



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   Landing gear extended



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   A scale model of The Crimson Star on its display stand



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   Detailed view of the shield generators and upper sensor arrays.



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   Engine detailed view



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   Thrust vectoring is useful in and out of an atmosphere



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   The cockpit hatch partially retracted



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   The Crimson Star's primary interface is a direct neural link to the pilot's brain



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   Backup manual controls are available as well



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   The pilot, armed with his Mk4 Blaster and equipped with a jetpack



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   Etsuya Hitomi gives a rare glimpse of his face



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   The Fire Fox - the craft of which the Crimson Star is a modification



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   The Fire Fox has sleek lines, but little armament and a single small engine



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   The Crimson Star's clean configuration



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   The Crimson Star at its secret moonbase



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   The display stand





* Neutrino cannons function by firing a beam of high energy anti-neutrinos surrounded by a sheath of neutrinos. The long barrel is required to aim the intersection of the two streams within the target. Due to neutrinos' almost complete lack of interaction with normal matter and neutral charge, the beam passes through nearly any armor or shield not specifically designed to stop neutrinos. The resulting matter-antimatter reaction produces high energy gamma rays inside the target, which make anyone nearby very uncomfortable.



Comments

Matthew Graham
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Infinity Life
  June 28, 2009
Truly amazing, make more stuff you really have a talent.
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  June 17, 2008
NIce! check out my moc=)
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  December 11, 2004
This ship is totally awesome! I want one! Hey, like Keith Goldman said, where are your other MOCs? Build more immediately! Don't let that LEGO talent go to waste, lol!
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  July 7, 2004
Hey, this is cool. I really like the photo superimposed over the Earth... that rocks. Actually, this is a bit weird of me, but I think my favorite part is the display stand! Its just cool! -Alfred
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  May 24, 2004
Very, very nice Matt! I'll take two! You are the new king of SNOT in DixieLUG!
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  May 24, 2004
Cool, very impressive. I can't wait for more. I like the SNOT on it too.
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  May 23, 2004
Wow dude that thing is nice, its a starfighter look, but way bigger, very nice. Keep up the good work.
 
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