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The Atlas (Complete) . The somewhat anticipated Carrier that I created. Note this is not 100% accurrate, and its not the whole ship. Though I will be building a cruiser bridge soon. . We will start out looking at the armory. If you remember in Halo CE the "Pillar of Autumn" had lines on the floor that lead the way to the armory or another room. Dont get overexited, this is the boring part of the armory. It just shows a table and some lockers. Now the more exiting table. Its got some angles that make it look futuristic. You can also see some random ODST, wait thats me... ok not so random. Next we shall look at the hologram projector. Now dont come all at me saying, "that couldnt be stable in real life." The hologram projector is held by a wall (by walkway) and is held by the roof (but since I couldnt build the roof it is held up by the space elevator.) Here we see the actual projector. It may look like an over-accessive lazer gun, but I like it. To show that I didnt cheat Ill show you this shot which is the bottom of the projector. Zoomed out. Here we see the service walkway so that techs can repair the thing. It happens more often than you think. The projector is highly complex. All to show you some city. Actually these tables are really cool, you can like play cards on it and like do 3D video games etc... OK onto the drop chamber. Some complex greebling systems, all very important. This technician controls all the drop systems. You can see the countdown timer, emergency stop, and on his computer you can see a planetary layout. Looking down the drop tubes you can see very complex hydrolics systems. Last thing in this room to see if these computer consoles. I dont know what they are for but I see a lot of techs checking their Facebook stuff, you know regular time wasting stuff. Now to check out the Hallways on this floor. Here is a Medical Kit, I used the same design that one guy did. Here we see some sort of pipe thing. Pressure door Back. Front. Another Hallway. Pressure Door. Weapons Locker. Floor 2 please. AI"Dropping out of ship." Wait what! AHHHHH! Well we got put back to floor 3 so um... listen to these guys im gonna sit down. Marine 1- Hey Paul whats your prob dude? Marine 2- Agh the sergeant he gave me a pistol. Marine 1- So? Marine 2- Its not fair he gave the new guy a sniper rifle! Now to the second floor. We can see a navel officer talkig to an ONI spook. a href="/image_zoom.php?id=/user_images/56431/1282766238m"> Now we see the largest ditraction ever. A coffe machine. We thank you for acompanying me on the tour you will be unexpectedly and be highly charged, I mean fairly and notedly priced. HeHe.

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