A dusty old ship I found in my attic. I made it from the scrapes of the Star Ram, and I didn't even remember I still had it! :D
About this creation
Side view. Its basic weapons are 2 turrets and 2 orbital bombs, one on each side.
Back view. This is a heavy fighter/gunship with limited intersellar capabilities, and not very maneuvrable at sub-light.
Its primary purpose is to deal with fixed targets like defensive satellites and space stations, or even for orbital strikes. Its main weaponry is on its front.
Opening weapons bay...
Missile battery, and main Shield Emitters. When the Moby is pointed straight at its target, it can endure a massive volume of fire.
The main Ion Cannon. This ship is technically built around it, and it can fire a dreadful blast every 13 seconds, but only against slow or stationary targets.
The cockpit can be extruded form the main hull...
... its gatling gun can add an extra punch, but with a very limited ammo supply.
Being not very agile, the Moby can be easily surrounded by light fighters...
... so other than the basic turrests, it packs a mobile heavy automated turret.
The cockpit can be ejected.
Greetings from the pilot :)
Like the Star Ram, this ship is 2 years old. I remember it was fun to build all the "secret" weaponry... I tried my best to get rid of the dust, I hope you appreciate it :)
I only posted this for the MAOX group, since we lacked an anti-starbase spacecraft.
Quoting Chris Phipson
You had this thing sitting around collecting dust? Talk about a waste of parts hahahaha! This is a GREAT ship Yuri and you should think about doing some more! You've got a knack for it! ~ Chris.
I did. Remember the Galamoth? It's pretty recent...
Wow, I just LOVE that opening weapons bay and those arms folding open. I thought the former was just an ordinary cockpit at first, but now I think it's a great build! Good to find a big set like that gathering dust in your attic. I find that one has always more lego than one thinks, except when you're building stuff ;)
I like it
April 30, 2009
This is awesome and it didn't let me say L-A-M-E like you said i wonder why?
Quoting Ryan T. M.
ever seen the movie napoleon dynamite?
Aye. Didn't like it much, though. The idea is good, but the rythm is off and generally too slow, so instead of being hilarious as it could have, it just looks pityful... And I just found out that no matter what, you can't write the word l-a-m-e even if it's not as a comment on a creation...