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AF-18 Peregrine
A shnazzy little fighter useful for destroying enemy outposts, picking up girls, and grocery shopping.
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You may have noticed the similarity between the ID code of this elegant fighter and that of the Navy Hornet. Well, that's pure coincidence.

Brief backstory: This sleek, hyperdrive-capable starfighter was designed by Hussell & Muir Inc., and it has been in service ever since the Capital City was destroyed. This particular specimen was stolen by the infamous, very well-known criminal "Cig" Ansigei. He has amped up the formerly one-seater, lightly-armed Peregrine with an additional seat and a tail gun, as well as removing the roof. He also removed the original tail fin, because he decided it looked weird. (It also obstructed the view from the rear seat, but since he wouldn't let anyone else drive, and he has no friends, he never found this out.)

Okay--let's go. A nice little 3/4 rear view. Note the tail cannon, and the front port cannon.

The front. Note the structural integrity field generator, or Cool Little Dome-Thing, directly behind the sensor probe, or Cool Little Faucet-Thing. The engine cooling grille is behind the CLDT. Also note that the landing gear is holding it up entirely unsupported. Bask in the glow, dudes.

The nose. The hyperdrive generator, or Chrome Dome Thing, is visible between the laser cannons.

The front underside, showing cannons again. The blue lights are environmentally friendly containment field generators, to hold harmful radiation from the fossil fuel-powered hyperdrive.

The rear underside, showing the Bionicle ball&socket joint on the tail cannon. Note also the thrust-vectoring sublight engines.

Front, showing the front cannons. And yes, ladies and gentlemen, the landing gear folds up! *applause*

Ansigei is really a decent fellow. Here he is giving his probation officer a ride home. Note air intakes and orange turn signals.

Roof down. "Hey baby, need a ride? What's that--I look just like Shadow from those Dino Attack sets? Yeah, I get that a lot..."

Thanks for lookin'. Have an awesome-tastic day!


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  April 11, 2015
Awesome-tastic job.
By Chuck da Vinci
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