Thank you for checking out my creation! I designed this ship when I was doing a series of different themed micro and mini scaled spaceships. The previous Adaloid "bad guy" ships I made all used saucer panels in their design. So to be consistent I centered this design around the dark gray half saucer plate from the Stingray sets. I'm not sure I could've built a ship like this in minifig scale. Another example of the freedom of building in microscale.
The Enforcer is comparable in size to the Klingon Bird of Prey in Star Trek. It's primary function is to disable and board other ships. It has dual ion cannons on the ventral size that tilt and rotate to allow a wide firing field. It also has two fixed forward heavy laser cannons. The standard compliment on board an Enforcer is 4 command crew persons and 12 troopers for the boarding party.
Because of the need for stealth, the Enforcer has a phased cloaking system that masks it from most sensors. It can operate in stealth mode for long periods of time waiting for unsuspecting enemy ships. It is also heavily shielded to take on vessels with heavier firepower. While it has few rivals in speed and agility in close combat it is a poor pursuit vessel if the enemy ship's propulsion system survives the initial attack. With the heavy power demands on weapons, shields and the cloak, the Enforcer lacks the power to pursue vessels over interstellar space.
The front view port was a toss up between trans black, which I used on other Adaloid ships, and red. I chose the red because it stood out from the dark gray and I thought gave the ship a more menacing look. I put it over a white plate to make it look brighter.
My favorite view. I ended up using it for the space scene and just reversing it.
Ada-ad-ad-adloi-ada-adaloid. I got it! As you can see from my difficult time saying the word, I've never heard of adaloid. I better start looking it up, because if other adaloid ships are as good as this one, I can prepare to be amazed. The glaring red cockpit gives it an angry look, and the sleek shape is completed with the engines. Wow. Do I even need to bother saying I gave this a 5/5?
Yes! Daniel's back with new MOCs!! And they're microscale!! AND THEY ROCK OUT LOUD!! Great usage of a white tile for a better effect, and the sleekness of this craft is superb. Could you maybe critique some of my work? An opinion from you would be awesome.