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UNSC Longsword Fighter (Halo 3) . This is the mini version of my Longsword. It will be built to a mini scale not mini-figure but i am designing it to fit a figure in the cockpit. Note that a real minifigure scale version would be at least 4 feet wide and I do not have time for that. I truly believe this to be a smaller version of a Halo 1-2 type. If you stand Master Chief on the crashed ship, he looks like he could barely fit in the cockpit side door, unlike the Halo 1-2 description that it had halls and room for him and marines to float around in when they lost gravity in one of the books. . Equipped with details such as orientation lights on wings and tail, grill vents for engine air intake, retractable landing gear and ramp, moveable bomb bays and ventral guns as well as the forward cannons, I tried to get everything as close as possible. Comments will be appreciated as I will try to make whatever changes I can to make it closer to the game design. Bottom View Front Rear Side fly by Bottom closer Cockpit to tail Ventral Guns Bomb Bays Front Ramp and forward landing gear Rear right side landing gear Depending on how well this one works out I may even add a ShortSword from Halo Wars to scale with this mini. They are pretty much the same size as the halo 3 longsword but thinner wings. Also for anyone who might complain it is not the halo 1 and 2 style, who cares, that one is WAY to big to be a fighter, more a bomber. Using computer scales the Halo 1-2 is actually even bigger than the Halo 3 design (about 1-2 wraiths wider and longer) which is too big to even do a mini. look at my wraith and imagine about 9 of them lined up! So I'll stick with the Halo 3 style. And here is some info on this bad boy from Halopedia: The cockpit design stayed the same between Halo and Halo 2 but changed in Halo 3, previously the cockpit had four windows (two on each side, but none in the front) and a view screen. In Halo 3 the Longsword has windows wrapping around the cockpit like a traditional aircraft. Many changes occurred from Halo 2 to Halo 3 in the aesthetics of the ship. The first version in Halo: CE and Halo 2 had the diamond-shaped intakes which were removed for the Halo 3 version, so it can be proposed that the ship in Halo 3 is a different version of the Longsword. It may be noted, however, that all of the Longswords seen in Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2 are used in space combat, while those seen in Halo 3 are primarily used in an atmospheric fighter-bomber role. Based on the number of differences of the Longsword from Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2, compared to Halo 3 (such as cockpit design, different engine cowlings, smaller fin, lack of forward engines and appears to be smaller than the previous models) it is possible that the fighter seen in Halo 3 is a different model than the one seen in the earlier games. Instructions HERE at Brickshelf

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