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Eta-2 Actis-Class Light Interceptor , Jedi Custom . My thanks to legorevolution for his fantastic version which gave me the basis to build the wings :) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/300979 . During the Clone Wars the Jedi Interceptor saw extensive use in many space battles. It was fast and highly manouverable, excellently suited to the Jedi's hightened reflexes. Following Order 66 the Jedi on Stewjon found themselves in need of a similar kind of fighter. A trip to Raxus Prime landed the group with two working Interceptors but not enough for the rest of the order. Salvaging the remains of the broken Interceptors the team pulled together and built their own version of the ship. The Jedi removed the ships large laser cannons, trading firepower for an even greater rate of speed. The cockpit was extended in order to seat two to three Jedi. The landing gear. I hope you all like this. Starships aren't really my thing but I'm quite pleased with this. As always please rate and comment :D


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