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A Matrix ship in the style of the Logos or the Nebakanezer. I named it "Decadance" for a number of reasons. One, decadance means a period of decline or decay. This ship was disgned for battle on the surface against the Machine city Zero One, which would bring about the DECLINE of the Machine reign. The large guns mounted next to the main hover pads are extremely powerful and can take out one of those Jellyfish looking things in just a few shots. On top of that, the ship is equiped with sheilds and lasers instead of bullets. It carries two APUs in its hold. The hover pads are more powerful, and therefore the Decadance requires less of them for propulsion. Its last and most useful addition is it's ability to launch an EMP and not take any damage from it. The EMP's charge time is also shortened, so it can launch multiple short-range EMPs without crashing.

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   Docked Basic

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   Docked Back

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   Docked Bottom

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   Docked Front

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   Docked Side

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   Docked Top


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  January 25, 2008
I Love those ships, especially the scene were niobe pilots one of those ships down a maintiance line, that just rocked
By Resistance is futile
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