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THE WOLF’S FANG . When it was discovered that vampires actually exist and hold dominion over a large sector of space, one question loomed in the minds of GAIA’s elite. Why don’t they control more of the galaxy if even the Draggonne were no match for them? The answer as fate would have it would soon be revealed. It turns out the vampires have an ancient adversary of their own, namely the wolf men of legend. Possessing a level of technology equal to the vampires combined with the natural instincts of a predator, these humanoid lupines are the perfect bounty hunters and master vampire slayers. Now another series of questions begs to be answered. Will their ancient blood-feud spill over to Earth once again? More importantly perhaps, like the vampires are these overgrown shag-rugs friends, enemies, or something in between? . GAIA scientists know very little about the technology surrounding these star fighters. What is blatantly obvious is they are highly customized flying gunships which are as unique as their pilots. Each fighter carries whatever equipment they deem necessary to eradicate vampires, or any other potential prey for that matter. As seen here, each wing tip has four missiles and some kind of multi-barreled auto cannon designed to deliver devastating short to medium ranged dog-fighting. Mounted to the underside is what is believed some kind of temporal-phase cannon. Best guess is that it fires an energy wave that appears to pass right through a target’s shields like a hot knife through butter and then disintegrates any form of matter it strikes. The effect almost resembles the object ages several thousand years in a matter of seconds and is reduced to dust! The power drain of such a weapon must be immense because they are only reportedly used when a kill shot is guaranteed or as a last resort. The other device mounted to the fuselage appears to be some kind of stealth/ECM pod since all reports of these vessels have been through visual confirmation only. A tail gun such as this one is a common sight on many wolf fighters. So much for sneaking up on this guy! A long-ranged laser cannon mounted to underside of the forward pylons is standard weapon of choice but particle beam cannons are also fairly common as seen here. The canopy opens sideways on this particular ship revealing our furry friend here. Inside we see the control panels arranged for maximum efficiency and not for luxury. There is also a separate computer for life support (as seen with the canopy and portions of the walls removed for clear viewing) and storage compartments for other medical devices). Gun racks line both sides of the cockpit for quick access when on the ground. A shot of our pilot, codename: “Shadow” as his actual name is not pronounceable in any human tongue. Apparently when he isn’t letting the fur fly with his claws unsheathed, He wields dual laser pistols to fry those blood suckers. Or if the need arises, pulls a sniper rifle for those long shots. Clearly he’s a furry soldier of fortune. Who enjoys barking at the moon while enjoying 20th century Earth music, especially if his kind is part of the song! Hoooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwl!

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