Two moc's for the price of one. Plus additional footage of a DUI Stop.
About this creation
The Ludgonian Industrial Union, in an effort to save space, has added two products to one page. (OK fine, neither deserved its own page). Oh, and we threw in some footage of a few traffic stops with the Speed Enforcer at the end of the page. There's a lot to see here, so here we go.
LIU Speed Enforcer - (SE)
The Ludgonian Industrial Union is proud to present your answer to those pesky speeders, the LIU Speed Enforcer. Patrol your empire's space lanes with this small, but handy ship. Besides, the tickets you write will pay this thing off in no time.
The SE's small size allows it to hide behind space debris and monitor nearby ships.
A powerful thruster means very few speeders get away.
The SE's wing design allows for comfortable flight in both the atmosphere and space.
Note the red and blue lights. It wouldn't be a police creation without them.
The two antennas on the front end detect speeds by bouncing signals off approaching ships. It's accurate about 96% of the time.
LIU Space Billboard
The Ludgonian Industrial Union is proud to present the newest in advertising technology, the LIU Space Billboard.
Buy billboards to place along your space routes or rent out the billboards in our controlled space. They're easy to set up, they need little maintenance, and they will make you a few bucks.
Credit goes to Shannon Ocean for the space billboard idea. There's nothing too special about the design, but when Mr. Ocean tells you to do something, you do it...
The board can be set up to scroll different messages.
Today, Officer McGee sets up a speed trap from behind a LIU Space Billboard.
After Officer McGee detects a speeder, they are forced down to the nearest planet or spaceport. Let's look in on a few of his stops.
"Sir, I clocked you at .3 above the LIU's standard space speed. Here is your ticket."
"But..but, I was going 10 below the speed limit. Can I see the radar?"
"Yeah sure, it's right here next to my baton and mace cannister..."
"Sir, I clocked you at nearly twice the legal speed. You also appeared to be staggering. Have you been drinking?"
"I shhurr havent..Mr. Sir Policeman Sir"
"Yeah, I bet not. Let's do a few tests. Please touch your nose with your left hand."
"Er..yeah, I fink I can do vat."
"Sir, that's your right hand, and you're touching your ear, not your nose."
"Does vat mean I pass da test..."
"Let's try one more thing. Please walk this straight line while counting backwards from ten."
"I think we are done here..."
Note: The people shown above are considered guilty until proven innocent.
This review made it to my email but was not on the site when I checked it. But here it is.
Rating: 1 smiley
Review: While this does look like something a police force might build, this isn't good. Its a small box with a space for a human, wings, a large engine with nothing inside to help it run, and a couple sticks that are supposedly lasers.
Thanks for the review Bob! Sorry I couldn't make it actually fly for you. Its a bit beyond my ability. I'll make sure to work on it though. Oh, I'm glad you liked the lasers.
Another denied review
Review: Next level of speed enforcement for the LIU will be a monitor attached to the billboard that records your speed, sends you an e-ticket, and automatically withdraws your life savings from your bank account with a receipt you can print that says "have a nice day."
Josiah, really? You're sucking up. The creation is cool, but some people think otherwise. LET them feel otherwise. It's their opinion, not yours. Excuse me for sounding rude, but let other people think what they want.
I especially like the billboard. Reminds me of a Spaceman spiff strip with a billboard sticking out of an asteroid.
"Mc Zargolds next exit... 1 million earthlingburgers served."
When one considers the daily cost of maintaining a military fleet, a cheap police craft for running down speeders isn't such a bad idea. :)