These are my Mars Mission MOCs. There are only four put together now, which take the first 8 pictures. The other 10 are older stuff I made for a contest in 2008 where you combined the alien and human ships together, but I never submitted them because of the essays you have to write. (Couldn't thonk of anything good.) Every ship was made from the pieces of 7691 and, 7692.
These first pictures are of the stuff still put together, and they are part of a little storyline I made. The two on the right don't have any alien stuff on them, except the crystals, and the ones on the right have alien stuff. The guys with alien stuff thought the aliens should be destroyed, and the others said it ws wrong, so now they battle it out in their machines.
The little hover thing. This is my favorite out of the four. Unless otherwise, the hover dish is my design, and a shoutout to one of the older MOCs.
The little rover thing. It looks wierd, but still cool. It has drills, but they don't rotate, so what good is that. The wheel design is a shoutout to one of the older MOCs.
The super jet thing with no wings. There are 6 3x3 dishes underneath the ship so it can hover and, use the booster in the back (Blue Missle Launcher) to go faster. It's cool, but a little delicate.
The biggest model put together that hovers, but flies high in the air. If you pull the orange hoses, the missles launch. The missles are poseable. There is a big back rotating gun. This is the second easiest to hold, because there is a center thing that sticks out and you can grab that and fly it around.
These are the older MOCs. I took them apart after taking pictures and when I tried putting the sets back together, pieces were missing, so I built the four new ones. Some of these had to steal pieces from each other. Throughout the pictures, there are glimpses of a crashed alien ship, with humans collecting pieces.
This is some mobile base thing (I think?) and for some reason, I took three pictures of it. I kind of stole the foot design from the dropship or, I never took it apart. This was the only MOC to have a place for crystals and, an alien. Nice front center rotating gun, and the driver has to stand, while the other guy gets to sit. (How rude.) The thing in the back is a satelite, but looks like a drill.
Some little hover thing. One laser on the side, and the back wings have lasers? or missles? on the bottom.
Another little hover thing, with 3 rotating gun things, and three regular gun things. This had to steal a white octogon from the first hover thing.
The dragonfly ship. This kind of looks like a dragonfly so the black and green pannels flap when it flies but, it flies with the jet boosters in the back. It would use the legs to climb up walls, that is, if you ran out of fuel or something, or if you're being conservetive. This is one of the two that tied to be my favorite of the group of older MOCs.
This is the only thing that has a true name, and I can't believe I killed it because it tied as my favorite of the older MOCs. This is the MT-AT: Multi Terrain Assault Tank, you got that, it's an ASSAULT TANK! I'm not possitive, but I think that the drill could move back and forth and spin but, I'm just not sure. This had two duel guns on the right, and then had a posable duel cannon. Also, it hade the wheels on the inside for protection of them but, their still vulnerable from above.
From now on, they're just group pictures.
If you want, name the unnamed ships. There's only one of them that has a true name, and that's the MT-AT. I'm not going to name them anything, and I am reusing the MT-AT's name in a fairly new creation coming soon.
Thanks for viewing, and if you read all of the info, you rock; I put a lot of effort and thinking into it. (You try and remember something from 2008 that was only around a barely week.)