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Twilight . My custom 'Twilight' from the Clone Wars series. NOTE: Most parts as such as the engines and guns are either made up or edited from the real thing. . Yeah! My hand is famous! Sorry about the main picture, it does the ship no credit at all... Whoosh! One of my favorite pictures(This one has more black on the front. Why? Uh, the paint peeled off during a battle... Oh and it has different guns on the roof, I like to switch all of the gun designs around, there's about 6 I made!) NOTE: Look, there is a clone wars poster and Liverpool FC poster on the floor! Two of my favorite things combined! Back. Luminous green rocks! Cockpit close-up next to the engines and working escape pod. Last thing the seppers see before they die. Rotating wing turret. Landing position, there is also some landing gear on the other side. The front part of the cockpit folds down so you can see the interior. I am aware this is not to scale but I don't have the bricks to make something as long as my bedroom. Clone at the controls. I would have had Rex at the controls instead, but during this scene he is on a mission somewhere in the outer rim. The Twilight, nicknamed Grease Bucket and The Bucket of Bolts by Ahsoka Tano and Obi-Wan Kenobi, was the G9 Rigger used by Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano during the Clone Wars. It shared some characteristics with the later B-wing starfighter, having one main wing and one retractable second wing approximately one quarter of the size of the main wing. The cockpit was positioned between the main wing and the main engine, and its design bore similarities to the later Imperial Lambda-class T-4a shuttle. R2-D2 traveled inside this cockpit with Anakin. Just next to the cockpit, the main wing housed two small, secondary engines. Despite these similarities, it was of Corellian manufacture. The Twilight also had a small hangar in its rear big enough to fit Anakin's Jedi Starfighter. Product Information Manufacturer: Corellian Engineering Corporation Model: G9 Rigger Class: Freighter Technical specifications Length: 34.1 meters Width: 16.97 meters Height/depth: 15.73 meters (outrigger extended) Engine unit(s): Equipped x3 Hyperdrive system: Equipped Shielding: Equipped Hull: Equipped Targeting systems: Equipped Navigation system: Equipped Armament: Heavy blasters (3) Rotating laser cannon with periscope control (1) Complement Anakin Skywalker's Delta-7B Aethersprite-class light interceptor Docking bays: 1 Crew: Pilot (1) Co-pilot (1) Minimum crew: 1-2 pilots Consumables: Medical pills Life support: Equipped Communication systems: Equipped Usage Role(s): Freighter Era(s): Rise of the Empire era Commissioned: 22 BBY, Teth Earliest sighting: 22 BBY, Teth Present for battles/events: Battle of Teth, Battle of Tatooine Affiliation: Confederacy of Independent Systems, Galactic Republic Fleet: Anakin's fleet Known owner(s): Ziro Known crewmembers: Ahsoka Tano, R2-D2, TB-2 Known commander(s): Anakin Skywalker


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