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Dark Augusto Armageddon-class Mother Ship . I've got good and bad news for you. I'll start with the good news. My SHIP is finally done! Now for the bad news. It's not actually finished. Now, before you give yourself a headache trying to figure that one out, let me explain. I've been working on this thing for three month now and you start getting really sick of looking at it after a while (now I know how you married guys feel). I've also spent WAY too much on it already and if I finished it, I would still need to spend another two or three hundred bucks on tiles to finish it! On top of all that, every time I look at it I think of something I could use this part or that part for. It was driving me up the wall! Anyway, I finished as much as I could with the parts I had. . Bridge. This is an Anti-Matter cannon. It is almost identical to the one found on the DA-70 Apocalypse... except a LOT bigger! The smaller one on the DA-70 is capable of disintegrating a city. The cannon on this can destroy an entire planet. Unfortunately, it takes a tremendous amount of energy to use it, which takes time to gather. So, long story short, it can't be used very often. Communications array. This is one of the eight heavy laser turrets on the ship. Escape pods. Shield generator and docking bay. There are two generators and two docking bays on the ship(one of each on both sides) In case the ship is somehow taken down (HAHAHA... keep dreaming!), the bridge disconnects from the rest of the ship. And if something should go wrong with the bridge, it is also equipped with eight escape pods of it's own. There are six thrusters on the bottom of the ship for movement. They aren't built for speed, so the ship doesn't move very fast. The ship is, however, capable of creating wormholes for traveling long distances. More thrusters. In case your wondering, The SHIP is 2'5" in diameter(93 studs) and 8 1/2" tall. Northern Notes: I'm pretty disappointed that I could actually finish everything but I guess my eyes where bigger than my wallet/patience/willpower this time. I've already decided that my next project is going to be a nice and big steampunk moc of some sort. I also want to build a new transformer. I'll be starting those as soon as I get this thing torn apart and sorted. Thanks for taking the time to listen to my ranting and look at my poorly photoshopped pictures. Feel free to whine about how unfinished it is and how I really need to start using color blocking in a comment! Also feel free to rate it if you've got a spare half-second! See you all next time!


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