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GSC Arctic Armory outpost
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This arctic outpost is meant to be built into a mountain but i am not going to build a lego mountain.

The GSC Arctic outpost serves the UEDC as a communications center, an aircraft refueling station, and an armory for class IV alien energy weapons. Security is tight here as many para military terrorist groups have tried to gain access to the technology. The walls of the outpost are made of fabricated steel laced with diamonds (BLING) that give the structure amazing sturdiness. The base is self sufficient as water is melted from the ice. Electricity is generated from solar energy and food is grown in a mini garden in the com center.

Shown here is the entrance to the base. Whoever wants to enter must go through a retina scan and have 2 4-digit codes as well as an 18-crest titanium key... even after that, the base can only be opened from the inside by a guard. The top of the entrance is always manned by at-least one armed guard.

The back of the base. Here you can see elder snowcrest, the overseer of the GSC in Northern Asia and Russia. He is accompanied by his personal body guards.

The armory, stocked with alien weapons and technology.


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  May 2, 2009
cool!!! this is sweet!!!you should make a hoth base!!!please check out my stuff.see ya.connor
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