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M89 Falcon . Here we go. This is the M89 Falcon multirole combat air/space frame. The Falcon is the smallest cool looking fighter ever made by me, and I am very proud. Cuz I think it just looks awesome. Also, this craft was inspired by Ultramarines M88 Eaglet, which is also awesome, so check it out too! Any way, lets get to the pictures... . This is the 3rd time I have tried to upload this, so commentary will be breif... The Falcon has a maximum capacity of 600 rounds. 250 for the nose machine gun, 10 missles in the wings (launcher under the wings) and 180 for each cannon to either side of the cockpit. The back, showing the large engine for the small craft, and also 2 other smaller thrusters for added agility and speed, to outrun any pesky enemies. Here is the pilot in the craft. Its a tight fit, but not to bad, considering the ships size. Here is the bottom. The 2 discs allow the craft to hover, as it has no proper landing gear. The Falcon is usually launched from a rail inside a hanger. Either in space or in the atmosphere, as it isnt quite powerfull enough to break out of the atmosphere, or withstand re-entry. Here is a little look on how I did it. Quite simple actually. And here is the pilot outside his M89 Falcon. Thanks for viewing and please Leave a comment!


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