This is my USS Prometheus. The Prometheus class was designed for tactical missions to defend the Federation. It has advanced tactical capabilitys in form of the multi vector assault mode that allows the ship to seperate into three independent sections for more efficiency in combat situations. The ship is also the fastest in Starfleet with a maximum warp speed of 9.975.
This is one of the warp nacelles of the primary hull folded up.
Between your USS Voyager and this model of the Prometheus, I'm torn. I think this thing wins my heart by a slight edge - "Message in a Bottle", the episode of Voyager the Prometheus featured in ((http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Message_in_a_Bottle_%28episode%29)), was a sweet turning point in the series. That ship was so cool too!! Your MOC is great Sven, and gigantic!!!
Dude, I am totally blown away. You have seperated me from the collective (joke). I have a question though; I think i'm entering my Dark Age... Did you go through one yet? Do you think you are starting? I need some advice. I joined mocpages to help me, but I don't think its working.
I like it
January 8, 2010
This model is brilliant, much better than what I have been working on, would there be any way of getting instructions for this?
I just would have been as happy as could be with this MOC as it was in the top picture, but then I saw that this thing splits into three parts, and I just about hurt myself yelling "wow!" Again, masterful representation, and splendid planning with the multi-vector mode.
Thanks for the comments on the StealthStar. Yeah I had to keep the model small because I used up all the pieces on the Pegasus and Minas Tirith, so I was unable to get the accuracy as good as I had hoped. But I guess thats what gives Lego models that unique touch. But your Prometheus is simply amazing!!! You have definately given me something to strive to. Well done!
Another excellent Star Trek MOC. While not a well known or even liked starship design, the instant I saw this on the front page, I knew exactly which ship it was. When you can tell, at a glance, from an image no bigger than a a few inches in size, exactly what it is, you've done something right.