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Wrath of the Wyvern
The ultimate warship.
About this creation
Theme of the Wrath of the Wyvern: SSH's remix of Castlevania's "Bloody Tears"


This is likely a first. The Wyvern is built out of pure Bio/Technic parts. No system was used in the making of this ship. It seems rather plain compared to the might of Galamoth, but this due to my limited part supply. I don't regularly go out and buy more parts, nor did I buy most of the sets. It is 10" long, 4" wide, and 3" high.

The mighty battlecruiser Wrath of the Wyvern is the ultimate form of Sirrushian technology. The entire ship is unshielded, but this is not a problem. Why? Because the hull is forged from solid starmetal, making it nearly impervious to damage. Why nearly? Because the only way to destroy the ship is to shove it into a black hole. The Wyvern is the size of a small moon, preventing planetside docking, yet it does not need to dock. This is because all supplies are teleported onto the ship. That's right, teleported. By combining magic with technology, Sirrushians managed to create a teleport system that is 99.99% safe to use. So all supplies and new crew are brought onto the ship this way. The ship's engine is actually many small engines working together. Guns are scattered all throughout the outside of the ship, granting 360 degrees of protection. Each of the three hanger bays can hold multiple squadrons of fighters, bombers, and the occasional cruiser. The front of the ship houses the main weapon of the ship, the Dragon's Rage. Capable of reducing half of a planet to a crater, this weapon is feared by many.

The troops and crews live with their families in the Bio-Dome, a continent-sized artificial enivironment built to mimic Sirrush's. The bridge and teleport station are housed within the silve area in the center. Here one can find Elite Planetary Guardian Gaia at work, leading the Dragons. Cargo is stored in the back, near the engines. Hangers are at the bottom.







The Dragon's Rage.


The Two parts of the ship.


The Bio-Dome


Squadrons deployed. Each stud is equivalent to three squardrons. There are twelve studs.


Clearing way for the Dragon's Rage to fire.




Comments

  November 11, 2009
Alas the Corpcers fear nothing. that a side this is not what i had expected. i mean sure Bionicle is good for building sub structures but is not good for ships by itself. if you use Bionicle for the sub structure and then cover it in plates it will look much better
  November 4, 2009
technic isint the brightest LEGO system to build ships, yet, innovation is always welcome! just try making it bigger...really much bigger, i mean, its the Sirrushains capital ship right? needs to be more impressive
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  August 30, 2009
I love that shield on it! I own that too--Its hard to use, but it looks cool!
  August 27, 2009
Quoting John the Imaginative I have the Wrath v2 nearly done, I just need to thicken the center area, as it is only one wide, any suggestions?
Many ships have a thin central part. It it looks good, you can keep it that way, or give it a modular look. Since you have been so quick with this one, I only have one suggestion: don't rush it. Try to refine your work with some system, and maybe some playable features. On the V1 you could not see anything it was supposed to have...
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  August 25, 2009
Cool hey are you ever going to put up a Sig-Fig? oh btw my sigfig is up if you could check it out
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  August 25, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio I admit I had high expectations for this one. Maybe too high. You may have rushed it too much. The build does not really stand up to its description, and you still use absolutes in your concepts. I mean "The only way to destroy the ship is to shove it into a black hole"? Sci-fi should have some bases in... sci :) The key is to make it look amazing, but keeping it plausible, and open to interpretation. Take example from our friend Life http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/138137 He sais "due to it's incredible speed it can Out Maneuver most Enemy Machines" not "fastest vehicle ever built, it can never be outmaneuvred". Moreover, your way to represent a fleet reminds me too closely of James Harrison's infamous "Line of Storm Troopers" http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/44737 (you'll see what I mean). As far as Bionicle vehicles go, this is Very Good indeed (better than I can do, actually), but I gave it a 3 for the overall (DUH, of course, it's still a good job!). Sorry if you are disappointed, I really hope you'll make more. (maybe you should have started smaller, with a fighter, or gunship. I'm sure you can make some amazing stuff with Bionicle blades). Congratulations on the longest comment I ever wrote. I wouldn't have bothered if I didn't care, I'd just have slapped in a "cool" and moved on. (btw, thanks for the free ad of the Galamoth, it's realy appreciated!)
This ship has several Star Wars references and a TTGL reference. I'll give you one of the Star Wars: it's durability is based off the Sun Crusher, a ship that could survive being put into a planet's core, and in the end was ripped apart by a black hole. With my next version, the shape should hopefully be improved. As for the rest, who knows?
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  August 25, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio I admit I had high expectations for this one. Maybe too high. You may have rushed it too much. The build does not really stand up to its description, and you still use absolutes in your concepts. I mean "The only way to destroy the ship is to shove it into a black hole"? Sci-fi should have some bases in... sci :) The key is to make it look amazing, but keeping it plausible, and open to interpretation. Take example from our friend Life http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/138137 He sais "due to it's incredible speed it can Out Maneuver most Enemy Machines" not "fastest vehicle ever built, it can never be outmaneuvred". Moreover, your way to represent a fleet reminds me too closely of James Harrison's infamous "Line of Storm Troopers" http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/44737 (you'll see what I mean). As far as Bionicle vehicles go, this is Very Good indeed (better than I can do, actually), but I gave it a 3 for the overall (DUH, of course, it's still a good job!). Sorry if you are disappointed, I really hope you'll make more. (maybe you should have started smaller, with a fighter, or gunship. I'm sure you can make some amazing stuff with Bionicle blades). Congratulations on the longest comment I ever wrote. I wouldn't have bothered if I didn't care, I'd just have slapped in a "cool" and moved on. (btw, thanks for the free ad of the Galamoth, it's realy appreciated!)
This ship has several Star Wars references and a TTGL reference. I'll give you one of the Star Wars: it's durability is based off the Sun Crusher, a ship that could survive being put into a planet's core, and in the end was ripped apart by a black hole. With my next version, the shape should hopefully be improved. As for the rest, who knows?
  August 25, 2009
I admit I had high expectations for this one. Maybe too high. You may have rushed it too much. The build does not really stand up to its description, and you still use absolutes in your concepts. I mean "The only way to destroy the ship is to shove it into a black hole"? Sci-fi should have some bases in... sci :) The key is to make it look amazing, but keeping it plausible, and open to interpretation. Take example from our friend Life http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/138137 He sais "due to it's incredible speed it can Out Maneuver most Enemy Machines" not "fastest vehicle ever built, it can never be outmaneuvred". Moreover, your way to represent a fleet reminds me too closely of James Harrison's infamous "Line of Storm Troopers" http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/44737 (you'll see what I mean). As far as Bionicle vehicles go, this is Very Good indeed (better than I can do, actually), but I gave it a 3 for the overall (DUH, of course, it's still a good job!). Sorry if you are disappointed, I really hope you'll make more. (maybe you should have started smaller, with a fighter, or gunship. I'm sure you can make some amazing stuff with Bionicle blades). Congratulations on the longest comment I ever wrote. I wouldn't have bothered if I didn't care, I'd just have slapped in a "cool" and moved on. (btw, thanks for the free ad of the Galamoth, it's realy appreciated!)
 
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