Fatius Industries produces many different vehicles. The Pereguin falls into the 'Military Support' category. Use it to war on your rivals!
About this creation
Presenting the newest product from Fatius Indistries…
The F.I. Perguin Support-ship
This ship utilizes VTOL rotors as well as jet engines to maneuver through the skies better than any dropship can. This makes the Pereguin great for small squad deployments.
The Pereguin has a turret on the nose that is operated by the pilot, the weapon uses 25mm shells and can tear through aircraft, as well as ground forces.
Five soldiers can be seated comfortably in the seating compartment. There are no doors, so the soldiers can exit easily (though it is susceptible to enemy fire).
The rotary blades are ideal for buyers (jets would cost extra), but they are the primary target of any enemy force. Make sure you have a good pilot.
Once the Pereguin touches, or even hovers over, the ground the soldiers can exit in seconds.
A good tactical tip: leave the sniper on-board so he can take out targets.
You can either hire one of our pilots, or you can drive it yourself. We recommend the former.
You can hire any of our mercenaries, just make sure you can pay for their contracts.
Disclaimer: F.I. Cyborgs are NOT for hire, they are an essential asset to Fatius Industries.
Visit your local F.I. branch and order one today. You can visit our website too-www.FatiusIndustries.com (Note: website does not exist, yet.)
Fourth Wall Commentary
Ya Halo Fans, you know EXACTLY what this looks like. But for those who don’t, check this out. It’s a two-in-one for me, I have a new F.I. Product, AND a Halo Reach Falcon. Win, win.
The nose, it took a few re-configurations to get a set-up I liked.
This I don’t like, to me it looks… awkward.
The top. Flatter than the real thing (by that I mean the Falcon), it’s clear I did a few things my way.
The rotary blades and VTOL jets. I adjusted my lamp to get a clear picture of it.
The back jets.
The Falcon has this weird ‘bump’ in this area. So does the Hornet, I’m not sure what it’s for.
The back wings. I thought they’d be harder to make, turns out they were easy.
A shot of the rear.
The landing gear, not as complex as the Falcon’s.
I have absolutely no idea how to make the folding guns that the real Falcon has. I’ll probably copy someone else’s design.
Interior. The center is seat I like the most, the gunner seats I like the least.
The other side. The ‘black area’ is wear passengers out their stuff.
I tried to fit my usual seat in the cockpit, but it had the pilot seated too high and the glass wouldn’t shut all the way.
The bottom, nothing special.
And a final view.
This is the second vehicle I need for my summer series. The series will be in my theme, Jericho. I like the word ‘Jericho’, I’m not quite sure why. Could it be because Eric (my name) is in the center? Hmm.
Very nice. At first, I thought you just took inspiration from a Falcon, then I got a closer look. Personally, I think the troop hold is a bit small, but its still very well made. I also made a Falcon like vehicle, but was more based on my one idea of the concept:
I like it
Eric " Wolf " Sonoma
July 24, 2011
Don't know how but the front reminds me of Carter's helmet. Maybe because of the color?
Quoting Nathan Goulding
a good build, but if you're going to call it something other than a Falcon, then at least take the time to make sure you spell the name right. Peregrine, not pereguin. you're welcome.
First; you critisise my 'mis-spelling' but fail to capitalize the first letter of your sentences? You even re-posted this comment, so why didn't you correct it, hmm? Second, this is 800 years into the future, there is a Falcon-like bird commonly found in Jericho City. That bird is called the Pereguin Falcon, it differs from the Peregrine Falcon found on Earth. And third; even if I did 'misspell' the word it would still be correct seeing how it is a name. Sit down.
The name reminds me of penguins. Which is a good thing! I like how there fit 5 seats in it...
All of the interior, with which I mean the cockpit too, I like. That view that seems awkward to you, seems awesome to me! It is quite detailed.
Why is there a little yellow cone on the nose-machine cannon in the first pic of it?
It's absolutely amazing. There are some small things, but they aren't worth complaining about. Just cool!
Nice falcon I MEAN pereguin. a nice color scheme, good troop bay, and just some nice details to compare to and from the real thing (and by that i mean to the falcon). Gunner seats are needed though, Lazarou's are good and I don't think mine on my second falcon are that bad either. Anyways, great F.I. product!
Oh to what Jeffrey Donlon said...that gun was actually included in Hornet concept art, but it was never used in the final version, I have no clue why. It seemed pretty good for smashing pursuing Banshees...
Oh yeah, every inch a Falcon XD Here's a tip, use Athanasios Lazarou's. Got to his page and look for his Falcon. He's posted instructions for his guns, just ask him if you can use them (credit must be given of course). I used them for one of my gunships and I love them. Here's the link: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/222571
That section can't be any more awkward than a similar area on my pelican (as yet un-posted because it is overdue for some rather extensive surgery). Overall, I like the whole design, although the bottom of it looks a bit too flat (once again, I blame my pelican; far too much effort went into it over the years). Also, I think that the color scheme that you used is incredible. Although red is my favorite color, I find that blue works so much better for some reason. Perhaps the weird bump thing could be used in a way similar to this: http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=126931&id=/user_images/7047/12447222647.