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UNSC Marathon-class Cruiser . It's been a while since I last posted my UNSC Bomber. Unfortunately, I destroyed it but in doing so I created this: The UNSC Marathon-class Cruiser. It took me about a week to plan, build and complete. I felt the need to build something on a larger scale again after my Covenant Carrier. Afterwards, I added some detail to give it a "prototype" feel. . If this ship was real, it would mesaure 3,900 feet in length. However, this model only measures about 70 studs in length. Detail on the stern and bow. This shows the two mighty primary engines and the two smaller secondary engines. I was unable to come up with trans-blue dishes for the big engines. The command center where the captain controls the 100,000 ton behemoth. I built this ship into sections to make it easier to move; such as when I clean my room. Although it doesn't look like it, I did build this part into two pieces; Red arrow. More detail on top of the ship. The final picture showing comparison between the cruiser and my custom UNSC Frigate. (Original Frigate by Jason D on Flickr)


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