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TX2A: Attack Drone
An Attack Drone found on an alien planet. Designated by the Armed Forces, it is a formidable opponent.
About this creation

Here we have it. My first ever MOC. I was just playing around with some pieces one day and I came up with this model. And yes, there is some inspiration from the Halo Sentinel forms on Onyx.
Info: The TX2A is a futuristic Attack Drone crafted by a long lost alien civilization and designated by the Armed Forces. It's primary form of propulsion is its anti-gravity booster cell directly in the middle of the four booms. The booms themselves have small anti-gravity cells. They fluctuate the gravity along the length of the boom, stabilizing themselves, or propelling themselves forward. The TX2A carries four concealed directed energy weapons, capable of melting through a foot of battle plating in one charge. All four have only been seen in use once, and that was only to carve a 22 meter hole in the ground to our base. When in attack mode, the fins fan out, and stabilize the craft for accurate shooting. In causal flying, the fins are drawn back. From our limited knowledge, they seem to be capable of space travel and compress into an egg shape for that purpose. The last form it can take on is a "base form" as we're calling it. If one has taken severe damage, it goes into this in order to regenerate.

This is a view from the front, with the booms extended outward. Notice the small blue "eye" in the center.

A view withe only two energy weapons out. Still a very powerful destructive force.

Here it is with it's booms all the way back for space travel.

This is the "base form" that it uses to regenerate.

A back view.

The pieces used to make it. It's actually really simple.

A random picture. Hope you like it!


 I made it 
  November 6, 2009
Quoting Revan Blade I doubt you will answer me, but i would really like one of these.
Hah, I'm answering you! The pieces are common enough, and I think the one picture of the model disassembled speaks for itself. If you still need help you can message me.
 I like it 
  October 30, 2009
I doubt you will answer me, but i would really like one of these.
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  December 21, 2007
It is cute yet deadly looking. I would love the instructions for it, and the name of the set that you got the claws/booms from.
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  September 16, 2007
i would realy like instructions for this
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  September 15, 2007
I like how to you used one simple color, and the way the bricks appear to blend together. Great job.
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  September 14, 2007
Soilder thanks for the report on this impressive drone. One of the best an most deceptive little drones I've ever seen. As soon as I get a chance to upload the information come check out my data base and observe the drones we've encountered. Its glitching so its not up and running yet. DISMISSED!!!
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