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SFC Round 1-Halo . Built for Round one of The Second Annual Sci-Fi Contest. I chose the category of Halo. which I didn't really request to be made but it was made anyway, and I built a UNSC frigate. It's a very swooshable build, I hope you like it! . For the judges who do not know what Halo is, and so they can judge off the ship I built, I included a reference pic. Now, on to the build! I only tried to capture the basic shape and color scheme, I didn't try to get all the emblems so not everything is accurate. This is basically a mirror image of the picture above, so..... The front. If you're not a friend of the UNSC, and you are directly facing this ship, I suggest you run. The front of the ship has a MAC ( Magnetic Accelerator Cannon) installed and fires projectiles at an amazing speed and can destroy ships in an instant. I really like how this part turned out. The yellow and orange trans-pieces were an afterthought that I am glad I added. The bridge, where all operations of the ship are controlled. I was really happy about the outcome, though I did not include a radar dish. Another shot of the rear. I realized I should have put this picture before the bridge one, but whatever. That small chunk of lego is supposed to be a loading elevator. For some reason I like to take it off and swoosh with it. The front, which, again, you never want to be staring into. The final artistic shot ( though I don't know how someone could take a real picture like that) of the frigate taking off. Thanks for looking! Please rate and comment!

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