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Andruian "Zeus" Bomber . The Andruian army simply needed a bomber to deal heavy damage to its enemies. Here it is! . What the Andruian military needed until now was an airborne bomber to do some heavy damage to stationary enemy bases, buildings, and other such landlocked targets. Although equipped with rudimentary guns for a preferably avoided dogfight, the Zeus' array of jets and rockets make it perfect for placing its three bombs with precision, as it can hover indefinitely as it waits for the enemy to surrender or decline and be annihilated. However, the bombs it drops are severely limited in their power to avoid being classified as WMDs. Whether a fleet of these can be classified as a WMD, though, is still being debated, because the class-2 bombs it carries are carefully manufactured to pack a tiny amount less punch than the minimum required to be banned. In these two photos we see the bomb hatch open and closed. (Yes, it actually drops them.) The bombs. And now for the builder's comments: First of all, I achieved the slanted wing-thingies by using Technic beams. I know it's ridiculous from an aerodynamics point of view, but it's cool, OK? Also, the exposed engine (also ridiculous) is an Andruian trademark. The minifig is a standard Andruian pilot.

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