My entry for the E.C.A. Tournament, or however you spell it.
About this creation
Here is my entry for the E.C.A. Tournament, the MP-15 Havoc-Class Ground Attack Ship. I was inspired by several things: A-10 Warthog, A-20 Havoc (stole the name, lol), Junkers Ju 88, and the Heavy Missile Platform. Those are all mainly atmospheric attack planes, expecpt the HMP, which is Star Wars. This can go in space, but it's better in the air. Hence the wings and tail.
Story: The MP-15 was designed and built by Vesila Astronautical Engineering, the same company from Vesila that produces the MP-7 Swallow. MP stands for Multi-Purpose, as all their vehicles are. This one is mainly a ground attack craft, but can be armed with bombs for atmospheric bombing missions. It is run by 4 OOM-series pilot droids: One pilot, one rear gunner who sits next to the pilot, and above them are the other two who man the forward guns and ordanance.
The Havoc standar arming is four medium laser cannons, which serve as anti-air and anti-infantry weapons, two heavy laser cannons, two long range missiles, and six short range missiles. The six shortrange ones each hold enough explosive power to rip an AT-TE in half. The long range ones can be used effectively against capital ships, like Star Destroyers. These powerful weapons are hard to produce though, as they are hand made by Vesila Weapons Engineering, a subsidary of Vesila Astronautical Engineering. Each one costs as much to make as twenty Droideka's, and as long to manufacture as a Tri-Droid being produced on a second-class industrial world. These weapons are only used when nessacary, most of the time the MP-15's are sent out with only guns and the missiles used by Hailfire Droids.
My opponent is Supreme Commando Phazonix (TSC Neo Royal) 2010
Since they change their names around, here's their base names:
"MAZE" TROOPER TROOPER
Quoting Ultramarine Skiver
Very nice, been awhile since I've seen MOCers take the authenticity of multiple pilots into the realm of sci-fi aircraft! Good job on the ship, too, some serious firepower on this!
Dude, this is from like 1337, but thanks anyway. There isn't enough multi piloted sci-fi out there.
Quoting Imperial Admiral Rodriguez
This is cool and all but it really doesn't look separatist or for that fact star wars. It looks like a human plane from earth or something. I still like it but I don't think the Separatist would use this in star wars
I don't know if you read my paragraph at the top, but my inspiration were almost all planes. I based it on a plane. I made it look like a plane. Why? It's mainlt an atmospheric craft, meaning it relies on it's wings for lift, needs elevators to go up and down, and rudders to turn. That's why it looks like a plane. And the Separatists do use this, because it's built in my Alternate Universe, where everything is messed up from most people's view.