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Water Extraction and Filtering Facility 229
Though the population on Drenzia is not high, it is still very important to have water extraction facilities to nourish the many bases on the planet. Here is the tip of a huge underground water mine, operated by a single worker and his robotic assistant.
About this creation

The same railway system that runs through Military Base 27 (where the Battle of Drenzia took place) also passes through Facility 229 for small shipments of freight.

Three soldiers guard Facility 229, as it was always suspected as a prime target for terrorists

. Railcars that pass along this railway never carry passengers (except for perhaps soldiers, though they are usually taken by ship), as there are separate lines on Drenzia for both passengers and freight. On other highly-populated planets, such as Earth and Axromela, there are up to 500 million lines that almost all circle the globe.

All railcars are piloted by a small droid brain car, as seen right here.

The water filtration unit (the white and grey part)

The red part is the extraction unit (well, the end of it-there is a giant underground system that pulls water from under Drenzia’s dry surface)

. The control and repair station. Drenzia is not a highly-populated planet at all. It is simply the heart of the Confederacy’s military might

The worker that controls the water for all of Sector C-7, including (at least before the Battle of Drenzia (BOD), before it was destroyed) Military Base 27

The unit removed…

. The workers robotic assistant, ARM, (Assisting Robotic Mechanic) G-23

The control panel, as well as a FW-12 Rapidfire autogun, for emergency cases

Two more guards that are watching the main entrance, which is also guarded by a laser field (between the two yellow lines-beware!!!

The wealthy (managing the water system is a well-paying job) worker’s private hovercar, which I will soon be posting as an MOC. It is from a company I will introduce, finally a civilian vehicle from something besides L-7! Yeahhh!!!! Haha…

A poor nomad who harmlessly (the soldiers left him alone after a few seconds, realizing he was no danger) fills his mug up with already-filtered water that is being transferred to the local facility that distributes the water throughout the planet.

The nomad’s bent gun that obviously doesn’t work. But who ever said he was using it to shoot? If he is ever attacked, all he has to do is whack his foe with its hard metal end

The nomad’s pet horse that tiredly drinks water from a small puddle that assumably leaked from the waterline.

The security camera.

Completely stripped of all details (including the filtration unit)... I like how the white rail line turned out…

The water splashing from the filtration system.

the leak...

ARM G-23


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  September 16, 2007
This is downright cool, and original. I loke the use of little plants, and water (I should try using them more, myself. The water splashing is cool looking. Seriously, good work, and keep it up. Btw, totally email me about our joining universes plan.
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  August 15, 2007
The use of those windscreen pieces for the water coming out of the filtration system is ingenious.
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  August 7, 2007
Great work! I like the control and repair station. Can you please review my new creations. Kevin
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  August 2, 2007
Very nice, I especially like the rail system. Lee.
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  August 2, 2007
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  August 2, 2007
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  August 1, 2007
Lol sure ill review your creation and thanks for the review.This is pretty cool by the way.
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