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Hammerhead and torpedo frigates
The Hammerhead is the flagship of the space pirates. It is a custom built ship, with only two guns, four infiltrator pods, and one giant a-- ramming front. The bridge is located directly above the ramming prow, but is heavly armored, to prevent unnesissary damage. How do you hit something, when your so easy to notice? Cloaking pannels, of course. All of the dark blue, along the spine, behind the bridge, ect, is used to make this ship invisible. Another piece key to ramming are the two tractor cannons. They are located on the tail of the ship, to give them maximum rotation. As well as being able to pull, they can also push enemy fighters away. I tried to make this model as SNOT as possible, and I think that I did a pretty good job. Tell me what you think. The Hammerhead is only bothered by the biggest of capital ships, and the smallest of fighters, because the tractor cannons have no effect. So, to take some of they out, the Hammerhead often travels with a pair of modified class B Heavy attack frigates, with the same pulsar engines, and two torpedo bays. Please review!!
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  February 6, 2011
I like the shape and design of the hammer head, good job
By James Ligen
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LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop Hammerhead and torpedo frigatesMicro-scale

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