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Great Slave 1
A way better improved version of my original White Slave 1.Now it is known as the Great Slave 1.This is also my 50th MOC that has been uploaded to MOC pages,a world record to me.It has better armaments,a newly constructed cockpit,a storage compartment,rotating cockpit and wings,and more!Thanks for viewing,hope you like it.
About this creation
Here are a few views.



Now for the cockpit!
An overview of the cockpit during landing mode.

Another overview simply showing the wing.

The inside of the ship's cockpit,which features a rotating pilot seat,controls on the front and sides,and a mechanism for pilot seat and wings position.

Close up view of the cockpit.

Cockpit without the Boba Fett minifig.

This is the mechanism which connects both stabilizing wings ,the pilot seat is placed on the top of the mechanism,making it rotate.

The mechanism connects to the tip of the stabilizing wings.

The cockpit features controls on each side and on the front.

Now comes my all-time favorite section of this MOC,the weapons and storage!
Each wing is armed with a powerful concussion missile launcher!The previous version didn't include this.

This is the missile I made for the ship.

Another feature is a heavy guns compartment on the upper part of the ship's nose.This is something my previous version didn't have either.

Here the compartment is closed.

The entrance door has also been modified,now it looks more acurrate to the actual Slave 1.

Door opened,what's that,you think this is just an entrance;oh just wait to Slave 1 flies right on top of you and drops its-

-SEISMIC CHARGES!!!The ship can carry up to three in the entrance,which is actually a compartment which drops Seismic charges.

In this pic,you can see the tip of the bottom of the nose has been removed to reveal a storage compartment for Boba's blaster.

You just remove the tip and it easily drops the blaster.

This is the storage compartment when the entire bottom part of the nose is removed.

Here,everything from the nose has been revealed!!Pretty neat huh?

Back/Top of the ship.

This part here has also been improved,now it looks smooth,unlike before.

Rear of the ship during flight.The ship's original engines were replaced with ION engines!

All weapons REVEALED!!!!

Another pic of the entrance door.

And finally,a pose!

Boba Fett-"My job here,is done."



 I made it 
  October 6, 2011
Quoting LegoBoy 12 ok what about if I say it looks cool?
I like both ways,all that matters is that you guys like it.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2011
Very nice!
  October 5, 2011
ok what about if I say it looks cool?
 I made it 
  October 3, 2011
Quoting LegoBoy 12 Awesome! It looks beautiful!!!!!
Lol.Thanks, your comment made me laugh.
 I like it 
  October 3, 2011
Awesome! It looks beautiful!!!!!
 I made it 
  October 2, 2011
Quoting Ethan D. very cool i have some tough competition! good luck!
Thanks,you too.And may the best builder win:)
 I like it 
  October 2, 2011
very cool i have some tough competition! good luck!
Gerald F.
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Commander Nexu (Formerly Jango Fett)
  September 24, 2011
WOW! So accurate my eyes are burning! 6/5!!!
 I made it 
  September 24, 2011
Hahaha,lol.Thanks guys!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2011
It is very cool, i like a lot the features, i tried to make a mini slave I but it don't look like this
By Gerald F.
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