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Imperial II-class Star Destroyer . "I maintain that the effectiveness of the Star Destroyer stems from not only its massive firepower, but from its size. When citizens look at a Star Destroyer and then compare it to the craft which might be mustered to attack it, they have a tendency to dismiss such a notion as suicidal rather than approach the problem tactically." -Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin . The Imperial II-class Star Destroyer, also known as the Imperial II-class Destroyer, was a Star Destroyer model that was derived from the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer. The Imperial-class II Star Destroyers, along with Imperial stormtroopers, represented the might of the Imperial Military throughout the galaxy during the reign of the Galactic Empire "Sir, the odds of surviving a direct assault on an Imperial Star Destroyer—" ―C-3PO before being interrupted by Leia Organa The design began when I saw a Star Destroyer somewhere here, designed in a way I'd never design a SD. Of course, that way was much better than my older and blockier version. Construction went along smoothly until I realized that the plates at the back were gonna have to be black due to me not having anymore in Grey :(. Then when I had finished, it looked very much like an Acclamator due to the fact that the front pieces were not considered at the time. Also the raised portion below the bridge was not quite accurate to the actual thing and looked too blocky. Then the usual studlessness pieces here and there and some minor changes occurred. And finally this appeared! Unfortunately though the Engines(which are usually my strong point) didn't turn out as good, but at least they did the job. This is an Entry to Star Wars Movie MOCS SD Contest There was a long paragraph! Kudos to anyone who read it! Close-up of the bridge, which utilized quite a bit of those 1 by 2 grates That weird raised portion, I think it was pretty accurate, at least more accurate than my first attempt Engines, no need to tell me , I know.... The Shot I love the most.... ******** -This is my Entry for the SD Contest -Let me know any improvements for the MOC/Photography -Please Leave a comment!

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