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Halo 2: Cairo Station . At a loss for what to build, I randomly image-searched space stations, to see what came up for inspiration. As soon as I saw the Cairo Station, several thoughts clicked in my head. Those thoughts were "My interest in Halo", "Microspace", and an abundance of small gray pieces. These ideas formed to what you see now. . The Cairo Station is a Mark V super MAC gun mounted on a weapons platform in geosynchronous orbit over Cairo, Egypt, Hence the name. The cannon fires superheated bolts of Tungsten capable of blasting through the shielded hull of a Covenent ship. In Halo 2, you spend the first level repelling Covenent boarders from the station. Heres the base of the station, which you dash through as Master Chief, fighting Covies along the way. And the buisness section of gun, where all of the bad things come from... ....And the angle of the gun you're last likely to see before you are blasted into a million pieces. And on that happy note I'll see you later.


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