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Adad-class Light Starship . A skinny, short ship that I built, I haven't decided what kind of ship it is exactly or what it does so any idea's would be great!! . I do not know what this unarmed ship is, but I build it around the cockpit window. It has the rear engine and some vents on the roof. If anyone has an idea what it should be please comment telling me what, also if I need to part of the interior is hollow in a two brick high, and 7 to 8 stud long gap. This is a great shot for displaying the vents on the top and the engine. I tried to follow the slopes of the cockpit to the best that I could for a few hours work. I really wish I had a better idea for the back two studs right before the engine on the slope for them, but I have nothing yet so any idea would be nice. Coming directly toward the camera so you can see how I followed the slopes of the cockpit. A view displaying the little vents and other random pieces on the roof. I only wanted on engine because I thought more would be overkill and random considering it is unarmed currently (however I can arm it if I choose to) The single large engine and smaller adjustment engines or whatever they are. I'm sorry that I dont know what exactly I ment this to be, but I still think it turned out well. Please rate and comment on how I can improve it because I agree that it looks quite odd.

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