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Commander Dex's Personal Nu-Class Attack Shuttle V.3 . *Distant blaster shots fired* Droid- "Did you hear something?" Droid2- "Probably republic dogs getting slaughtered by our 395th legion" Droid1- "I don't know, doesn't sound like blaster fire, We better check with forward command" *Patches through comlink* Droid1- This battle droid unit no. 337321113, What is going on down there???" Droid3- "This is forward command, We have been over run.... He's heading your wa....." *Comlink silences* Droid2- "What was all that about, must be bad" Droid1- "What ever it is it's heading our way" Commander Dex- "To late for that clankers! Eat laser!..." *blue flashes and laser noises followed by battle droid screams* Commander Dex- "Theres another spare parts pile for command" *Flies off in his shuttle and begins to whistle to 'We Will Rock You'* . Hey guy's. I wasn't ganna do a version 3 of this but someone pointed out that there were some problems with it. I'm not saying it's any better but i fixed up some of those problems. I kept the interior Couse that was a plus :)I changed a few of the pieces in the cockpit so i could put a 1x1 circular block there so it looks like there's a second head there, only bad thing about that is i cant take it out. also changed the shape of the cockpit to cover up any bits seen on the inside so it's all neat :) I changed the Antenna it's now more..... Practical. Made the wings thiner and the body bigger, Kept the colour scheme and the front hatch still opens. Other then that everything else should be the same. Oh and i nicked my mates camera which is better then mine by farrrrrrrrrr. So the pics should pe cristal clear. Now if any of you haven't figured it out yet the Republic Attack Shuttle is my most faviourite ship in the entire star wars saga, And i'm absolutely dedicated to making mine the best in Moc Pages.... Well mini version any way :) So please, please tell your mates about this outstanding Moc and get them to rate and comment so i can sleep at night :) List of problems; *Wings are too big for body (Fixed) *too many colors (It's the damn colour scheme!) *body is incredibly tiny (fixed) *"Overall, this thing is....well....something like 2/5" (Fixed) Should now be a 5! Anyway have a look at the pics. You can see the shape difference and you should be able to see the 2 heads. I used a little torch behind the see through parts so you could see the heads better. This is the interior. As you can see there are the 2 chairs there. I might add a third couse of the added space now :) The customized laser guns. Always the faviourite amongst the kiddies. The more practical antenna instead of the over sized one i had. This is what the cockpit looks like on the inside. You can see where i put Commander Dex. And the new thiner smaller wing compared to the body looks quite nice accualy. Now remember what i told you??? RATE AND COMMENT!!!! And tell your mates!!!!


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