Seventeen smaller space vehicles in one large carrier.
About this creation
The Gothica is a fully operational battle group in one ship. All of the ships you see coming out of the Gothica can be found in greater detail in the other folders of the Gothica section here at the House of Nabii!
These are all the ships in the Gothica's fleet, let's find out where they come from!
The Gothica with everything docked.
Looks pretty cool.
And it's pretty big.
From the side.
From the rear.
The obligatory Vic Viper shot - though it's not a VV!
It's influenced a bit by Warhammers Battlefleet Gothic.
Here's the rear closer in.
This is the Avatar Scout ship docked on top of the bridge.
And here it has left.
The bridge tower is kinda holy...
And it's full of crew.
Here you can see the main power relays. (There's a actually a light in there.)
Top rear angle.
The aft gunners.
But wait, more then just gunners!
Something is launching.
It's a drop ship!
And it's turtle shaped. Let's call it the Turtle.
So far that's only three.
But looky at these ten pods on the side.
They are launching.
Half gone already!
And what are these hanging underneath?
Two fighters on each side.
Now just one.
All gone. Nice engines.
Something looks odd here too?
Looks like a med-evac ship!
Big medical bay in the middle.
That nurse is using a scanner.
And that guy looks ill.
Wow. A lot of ships.
All from one big ship!
Here's the face detail on the side of the ship.
Shaping of the underside.
More underside details.
The tail of the scout ship.
The rear gunners/Turtle pilots/
The main gun.
Front view. (Couldn't be bothered cutting the background out.)
Close up on the bridge.
Engines and gun.
Just the bare bones of the main ship!
Built for Legoworld in 2004
Expanded for Legoworld in 2005.
Dude. Seriously. When I first posted my SORR Endeavor I thought it's functionality was top-notch. ...Wow, was I arrogant. This ship is amazing. Don't know how I overlooked your stuff for so long but at least I'm seeing it now. There is so much -nay- too much to say about it on this post. You stand out from almost every other builder on this site with variety like: colors, design, and functionality. Excellent work. ~ Matt
*Gasp!!* This would be one of the coolest creations Ive ever seen. But... On the second to last pic the pod on the very right is missing a black stud on the engine. Just kiddig, all the features, the color, the shape, whats not to love. Its all so amazing. GREAT job.
I don't care how big it is, nothing mobile (short of a Death Star or super star destroyer) has a right to carry that many satellite vehicles! An amazing build made thrice as impressive by the features.
Man, this does look awesome. Especially when it is all in one block. (The battle ships on the sides look a bit simplistic when all on their own.)
How can anyone get so many spare blocks as to build anything like this?!
This is one of the more amazing SHIP's in existance. It's like a self contained task force. It reminds me a little bit of the Battlestar Galactica. This thing has it all, dropship, scoutship, squadron of fighters, and even a medical evac ship. :)
All right, that is just too cool! I seriously would have thought it was an actual miniature model craft from first glance. The whole Carrier thing is really awesome. I bet there's a lot more going on inside the ship that you're not showing us. :) I really love your designs. The amazing details make your creations one of the best I've ever seen.
I thought this was a really well done microscale starship when I first saw it and would have given it a 5 but now that I know what it actually is I'm pretty much awestruck. This is an amazing culmination of a theme. All the different ships and the minifig scale and the great building technique throughout make this one of my favorite MOCs ever.
An absolutely fantastic MOC. It's hard to fully appreciate the amount of work that goes into a creation of this size and complexity. Wonderful details, excellent color use, superb design, and playability is top notch. Well done, and thanks for letting us see this!!!!
Utterly excellent work. The gothic styling here worked excellently, and loved all the little details. Truely looks like a ship of an invasion force.
Might I suggest you use "centred" picture format aswell?