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AG 25 - Jesus Christ Super Star Destroyer . Roaming the borders of ArcheoGenis space, a huge but oddly familiar figure approaches! The JCSSD, a new asset for AG and its allies! . The Jesus Christ is a Super Star Destroyer designed for public relations and border patrolling. Being almost 20 times the size of a standard ArcheoGenis Star Destroyer, the Jesus Christ's appearance alone is often enough to impress the locals or discourage trspassers in AG controlled areas. His main weapons are the Woven Hindering Innocuous Paralizer, a flexible ion-charged whip mainly used to repel merchant ships and other unarmed vessels, and the gigantic INRI cannon. The Interplanetary Neutron Repeating Infringer is a super disruptor capable of dispatching capital ships with a single blow. Due to its quadruple accumulator and barrel, it can fire at the impressive rate of 1 shot per 90 seconds. The trasversal bars of the INRI cannon gather cosmic radiation to overload the beams, using the new AG technological breakthrough described further on. A few dozen superficial shots are enough to make a planet uninhabitable, and a deep, concentrated attack inside the lower mantle can even get to destroy it (although firing the 4 barrels together is likely to ruin the INRI). Other weapons include smaller turrets to deal with closing-in fighters and versatile launching pods that can either be loaded with capital warheads, fighters or drones. The Jesus Christ also displays an extensive shield array, capable of dealing with most of the traditional space weaponry. The aft section cotnains the main bridge (encased in a Mio-Corp's StarGlass dome), the engines, the main sensor array and the newest AG discovery: The Entropic Generator. As you know, a graet deal of the universe's energy is wated in useless background radiation and dispersed heat. ArcheoGenis created a relative-negativity field that ctually draws tis "lost" energy to feed its ships' Brain Cores. This makes newly-designed AG ships almost self-sufficient. This device leaves little room for a proper Perception Drive, so the JCSSD must rely on a simpler Psi-Drive. It's sufficient for additional protection, gravity, teleport and for creating food and water and heal the sick. Additional thrusters give the ship a more than decent maneuvrability, for its class. The Jesus Christ Super Star Destroyer is currently the largest AG space craft, although the Galamoth Admin Carrier is still the flagship. Bonus Standard ArcheoGenis Bio Star Destroyers. These ships are of recent design, a well armed regenerating ship coated in Bionite. (For scaling reasons, I made each with only 5 pieces!) DISCLAIMER: This MOC was NOT inspired by the historical figure by the same name, but rather by his fictional counterpart, featured in many works. As I mentioned, this was inspired by a silly play on words between Jesus Christ Superstar and a Star Destroyer. I put links here because there's a lot of people who couldn't get it on their own. Hope you enjoied your visit. Have at it!

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