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The Manticore . . The Manticore is my third SHIP. At 180 studs, it is significantly larger than my first two SHIPs. I built the Manticore over an agonizingly long 10 1/2 months. The Manticore is a heavily-armed orbital death machine with enough firepower to destroy nearly anything produced by humankind. It's main armament is one of the most powerful energy weapons ever produced, colloquially known as the Destructo Beam. The ship also carries two smaller but deadly laser turrets on the roof, a number of smaller turrets, and two fighters. The Manticore firing its Destructo Beam. The Paladin is in the background. Tail section closeup: Midsection closeup: Front section closeup: Bridge closeup: The fighter bays: View through the windows of the curved section in front: Functional airlock: Crew bunks: The engine room, lounge, and lavatory: Engine room and capacitor array: Interior airlock leading to the fighter bays: The interior of the back section: An overhead view with all the roof panels removed: The interior of the front section: A mechanic working on the Destructo Beam: The Manticore carries two fighters: This is me next to the ship, just to give a sense of scale. I had to make the engines removable to fit the ship in my Honda Civic. I was nearing the end of this build when it occurred to me that I should measure the width of my car, so only the engine section is removable.

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