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Devil Ray . The Devil Ray is the latest starfighter of the evil Adaloids . Thank you for checking out my Lego creation. The Devil Ray starfighter prototype is a smaller yet stealthy offspring of the deadly Manta starfighter used by the evil Adaloid Empire. It is the personal craft of General Zorok, the Supreme Commander of the Adoloid forces. The Devil Ray is not as big, fast or powerful as the original Manta starfighter and relies on stealth and maneuverability. It's low profile makes it nearly impossible to detect and by then its already too late. A head-on view. Armament consists of of 4 proton torpedoes and dual laser cannons (underside). A semi rear view showing the propulsion system. A low angle view showing the Devil Ray's extremely narrow profile. Underside view showing engines and laser cannons. A close up view with the hinged canopy open revealing General Zorok. Whoooosh!

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