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Derikan DRA "Rattlesnake"
the J-39 "Rattlesnake" is used in the Derikan Rebel Army against the Soranian and Combined North Armies as the main space fighter. It looks very much like an Earth helicopter, but instead has rocket jets.
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The other side of the Rattlesnake. The windows are made of a special glass that can hold up to three thousand G's worth of force. The exterior is made of a laser-reflecting metals, making laser attacks impossible.

Sorry for the blur. The front was designed by the DRA. The curve was designed for less air resistance. The front can crush through meteors.

The back "tail" was designed by humans to help the DRA against the Connected. The tail is the weakest part of the craft, and if it breaks off, then the Rattlesnake has no control.

Again, I apologize about the blur. This was BEFORE I found out about the Macro. And don't ask about the wall behind it. ANYWAY, you can see the jets at the back.

Bird's eye view. The wings are stocked with two flame pulse guns, mostly used to either push the enemy into another or a meteor.


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  August 12, 2009
A bit plain, but good colors and playable-looking. What's with the helix-thing on the tail? :)
By Imrav Korono
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