Gadzooks! A microscale spaceship! No, two! What have I gotten myself into now?
About this creation
Hello MOCpages! It's been quite a while (About a year. Gee whiz!) since I uploaded a creation, and I've taken a dip into a strange water; Microspace.
The AL-B52 Albatross. So named because it undergoes long, arduous voyages through the depths
of space, ferrying important figures such as the High Emperor of the Lyrian System,(Scifi names are not my forte. Stop sniggering.)the Galliaedian Ambassador, and...Am I reading this right? Jar Jar Binks? What kind of cheapo operation is GRIM running he-THUNK!
And now, onto some facts. *Gun reloads* Gulp. GRIM has engineered these ships to undergo massive pressures and icy colds. They are capable of carrying 55 passengers, however most of these are crew and bodygaurds. The VIPs live in a shielded, radiation-proof but still comfortable quarters that can detach from the ship if necessary. This particular ship was in the mountainous desert world Borin V, carrying important figures of Borin society that will negotiate with the Eoron invaders.
(Fun fact-the Borin and Eoron races have neighbouring star systems for centuries and are constantly at war over the dispute of which colour is better; white or black. This Albatross is primed and ready to leave when talks break down-and we knew they would, we just wormed some cash out of some Borins.)
Overhead. You can probably tell what colours GRIM likes.
No greebling here! Smooooth spaceships for GRIM.
This is the ER-6 Nautilus, so named for its large, agressive rocket that makes it bear a resemblance to Captain Nemo's submarine. (Y'know. The one with the spikes on top? No? Read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, available at any GRIM retail store for only 5,000 CAN.) This menacing ship is swift and deadly, firing its large rocket when under a large enemy ship. The blast usually decimates anything around a 5-km radius, so the Nautilus is unmanned.
Butt shot. The grille is part of the advanced computer system onboard. There are no humans onboard a Nautilus, ever.
Well, that is that. I've enjoyed this dip into the waters of microspace. I think I'll build some more. Please feel free to leave feedback and constructive criticism.