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REx.P-102-MAF-PTEP-TINCFT "Nephilim"
A CFS fighter. Kind of R-type, kind of Wulfen, kind of Nanostray.
About this creation


The REx.P-102-MAF-PTEP-TINCFT "Nephilim" (Redeveloped Experimental Prototype, Multirole Assault Fighter, Phase Transfer Experiment Platform, Total Immersion Nuerotransmissve Catalytic Fluid Test, Model no. 102) is an experimental fighter developed by CFS to meet
the needs of advanced pilots and to test Phase Transfer systems. It is the first fighter to feature a total-immersion system, where the pilot is submerged in a nuerotrasmissive catalytic gel to enhance control of the fighter.

Weaponry:
1x DEVIL-PW-PTC-m.1: Dimensionally Energized Valence Intensifying Lance, Particle Wave Phase Transfer Cannon, Mark 1. This is the only weapon on the ship, but is extremely powerful. In CFS terminology, a 'Lance' is a type of extremely-high-energy laser that is conpacted down to be extremely precise. It has enough penetration power to be used effectively against capital ships. The DEVIL class lance fires a beam in the plane of realspace and in anti-space (not anti-spiral, Phong). Both of these beams are conducted towards their target by electromagnetic fields generated by the valence electrons of the atoms they pass over. The beam's movement pulls the atoms into a coherent line as it travels, compacting them into what amounts to a black hole stretched across the length of space-time. Then, when it impacts an object, the DEVIL class' altphase beam reenters normal space, mixing matter and antimatter in an MAE reaction (Matter-Antimatter Elimination) that drives the supercompressed material forward as a spike with explosive force, enabling it to penetrate super thick armor with the 'spearpoint'. Because the black hole-like trail gains mass the further the beam travels, the weapon increases in strength as it increases in length. This has earned it the nickname 'Afterburner Cannon' among pilots who see it's awesome power.

Statistics:
Max Airspeed (in atmosphere): 4700k/ph
Max Airspeed (space): 8900k/ph
Max Sublight speed (using thrusters) speed: 190000k/ph
Hyperdrive speed: 45000000k/ph
Weight: 1470kg







Yes, she DOES fit a fig. Pilots need to wear special suits to interface with the nuerotransmissive fluid, though.



IMMA FIRIN MAH LAZUH!!!!!!

This build took almost 90 1x2 black jumper plates, but I'm really proud of it-- The curves go all the way around! The hardest part was attaching the engines to the body, it took forever to figure out a good joint method for that area. She's also extremely fragile (Why are all spaceships female anyways? I mean, I'm not one to break with tradition, but hey...)



Comments

  February 10, 2011
It looks a little like a halo 3 phantom with a paint job.
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  April 25, 2009
Very cool!
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  April 25, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng My Venus Gospel starfighter is complete! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/114617
Yep, I saw it already. Great work, and very sleek. Full critique on it's page.
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  April 25, 2009
My Venus Gospel starfighter is complete! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/114617
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  April 23, 2009
Quoting Irondrone 4 Dude, this is an incredible fighter; though when I first saw it, I thought it was some mech head. But this is an ingenious and very original design; stunning work.
Thanks! It does kind of look like a duck head to Phong as well, so you aren't alone in this line of thought.
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  April 23, 2009
Dude, this is an incredible fighter; though when I first saw it, I thought it was some mech head. But this is an ingenious and very original design; stunning work.
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  April 22, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng Nice, I'm assuming you're going to use all 9 motors to power such a beastly vehicle? I'm interested in the Technic frame of this holonomic drive you're making, and how you're going to make it work with the RCX remote. I could probably make one myself but I think the controls would be awkward with just the remote itself. I made a frame for a skid steer tank with suspension out of an RCX brick, 2 motors, and technic pieces, but I don't think its good enough so I'm scrapping it in favor of a PF/technic frame. It will also be much, much more compact with PF since the RCX brick itself is enormous. The challenge will be concealing the motors and battery box.
Nope. Just three motors is fine for my design, because speed isn't important. In fact, due to omnidirectional wheels having low friction with the ground, the more speed they spin with the less likely the tank is to move. It's more designed for urban combat than anything else, so speed isn't as important as heavy armor. Also, my frame is a combination of Technic and normal LEGO bricks, as the old motors are very easy to integrate with System parts. Again, the suspension is presently unfinished, but the body as it stands now is at an unusual width-- 7 studs! I actually did this intentionally to create unique angles on the siding, but it's a pain to work with. As for the remote, I plan to build an all-technic interface to control the three motors with a lever-based input system more easily, but if that fails I'll just steer it somewhat more awkwardly with the normal remote setup when not running a program. As for concealing battery boxes-- that's always the problem, isn't it? In my 'Sarpedon', the way the turret is built hides the RCX simply due to it's size and the (new) jointing technique I've discovered to hold it up.
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  April 21, 2009
Nice, I'm assuming you're going to use all 9 motors to power such a beastly vehicle? I'm interested in the Technic frame of this holonomic drive you're making, and how you're going to make it work with the RCX remote. I could probably make one myself but I think the controls would be awkward with just the remote itself. I made a frame for a skid steer tank with suspension out of an RCX brick, 2 motors, and technic pieces, but I don't think its good enough so I'm scrapping it in favor of a PF/technic frame. It will also be much, much more compact with PF since the RCX brick itself is enormous. The challenge will be concealing the motors and battery box.
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  April 20, 2009
thats what SHE said! hahaha!....::sigh::... BLAM!! shoots self in head for terrible joke.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang WOOOOT! TTGL PWN teh FLCL!!lOLOLOOLOLOLOL! I'm actning leik a n oob!! Anyway, You're welcome, and the duck thing. It just came up when I saw it. I hope to meet your friend soon.
Yeah, I keep wanting him to go on XBL more or create an MOCpages account (he does LEGO stuff too, but not often) but he's content with just being on every once in a while... And TTGL is, in my opinion, better then FLCL, but only because FLCL is so short and TTGL is so EPIC. I think that FLCL is much funnier though... My friend is now on Episode 14, so I've begun describing the symptoms of Tengentoppagurrenlagannwatchingitis to him: First, the infected person may notice small bumps appearing on their skin during moments of obscene EPICness. This is normal. Then, they may begin to perspire during sequences of uberPWN, such as the parts of Episode 24/25 involving mass annihilation. Finally, at the conclusion of the series, the infected begin to exhibit the awkward tendency to laugh hysterically as an eruption of accumulated EPICness and uberPWN exits their body. WARNING: If said EPICsplosion lasts longer than four hours, please contact a physician...
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang You don't see how the main photo sorta resembles a duck's head?
Actually, if you take off the outer two curvy bits it does kind of look like a duck... Bizarrely enough... Well, you are kind of right with your earlier comment then... Oh well...
  April 20, 2009
You don't see how the main photo sorta resembles a duck's head?
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  April 20, 2009
WOOOOT! TTGL PWN teh FLCL!!lOLOLOOLOLOLOL! I'm actning leik a n oob!! Anyway, You're welcome, and the duck thing. It just came up when I saw it. I hope to meet your friend soon.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang
Quoting Toby Heinemann The DEVIL class lance fires a beam in the plane of realspace and in anti-space (not anti-spiral, Phong)
.....LOL!!
I was pretty sure you'd mention it. It was actually part of the inspiration for the Photoshop of the cannon firing though- same colorscheme and geometric energy waves as the anti-spiral stuff.
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  April 20, 2009
Gainax is full of WIN. phong, when did your xbox finally kick the bucket? i know you were using the wet towel trick.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang I thought it was a duck at first.
Where do you get that? I'm sorry Phong, I just don't see it ;). I'm sad that your Xbox RROD'd, I wanted my friend to meet you. We actually stayed up till 4 watching FLCL and TTGL. My friend seems to think TTGL is better, but I don't have a preference-- they're both insanely awesome (and in the case of FLCL, just insane). So I really should thank you for asking me to watch TTGL, because it's completely amazing. So thanks!
  April 20, 2009
<<<The DEVIL class lance fires a beam in the plane of realspace and in anti-space (not anti-spiral, Phong)
.....LOL!!
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  April 20, 2009
a robo-space duck would be awesome. i have a robotech game on the GBA and the secret character is a flying robo chicken.
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  April 20, 2009
I thought it was a duck at first.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng Yeah, PF parts are extremely expensive... I spent $70 on a battery box, IR receiver, IR variable speed remote controller, 2 XL motors, and 1 M motor. They have the added benefit of being much more compact and powerful than RCX/old motors, at the cost of increased weight-to-volume ratio, but I don't care about weight. I've got an RCX 2.0, 3 old motors, a bunch of sensors, and a remote, but it's too hard to integrate into a smaller vehicle. The Pirouette will be pretty compact for a PF vehicle with XL motors. It will use skid steering, so the wheels will be positioned wider than usual from each other. One motor powers the left wheels and the other motor powers the right wheels. Someone actually compared all the Lego motors and concluded that the XL motor and another motor exclusive to an RC set were the most powerful Lego motors. Oh, and "TSV" will be "Tactical Strike Vehicle." It will be kind of light on weaponry but it will look fast and SNOTty.
Yeah, those RC motors seemed pretty beefy. My problem is that I already have 9 old motors, a whole bunch of sensors, the RCX, the Remote Control for the RCX (which I will adapt a casing for to actually work with omnidirectional drive), the mini-RCX (Scout or whatever) slaved to the RCX, and cabling and gearing in every size-- I definitely don't want to spend more than necessary, and I've more than enough parts to make it work. My 'Sarpedon' is more than large enough to support the weight of the RCX, and maybe the Scout as well. In fact, it's big enough to have a fully detailed fig cockpit at the same time, too! My main issue right now is lack of parts, since I won't disassemble the 'Macharius' yet. I also need to rework the leg joints for strength, and include the suspension I've been working on. By the time I finally make my orders (so convoluted on Bricklink, and I'm low on funds right now...) I may have already posted a much smaller, much weaker tank with an unusual design that I thought of some time ago. And, as soon as I'm done with the 'Sarpedon', I'll tear it up and work on the (also automated) 'Zeus' Class USGV.
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  April 20, 2009
Yeah, PF parts are extremely expensive... I spent $70 on a battery box, IR receiver, IR variable speed remote controller, 2 XL motors, and 1 M motor. They have the added benefit of being much more compact and powerful than RCX/old motors, at the cost of increased weight-to-volume ratio, but I don't care about weight. I've got an RCX 2.0, 3 old motors, a bunch of sensors, and a remote, but it's too hard to integrate into a smaller vehicle. The Pirouette will be pretty compact for a PF vehicle with XL motors. It will use skid steering, so the wheels will be positioned wider than usual from each other. One motor powers the left wheels and the other motor powers the right wheels. Someone actually compared all the Lego motors and concluded that the XL motor and another motor exclusive to an RC set were the most powerful Lego motors. Oh, and "TSV" will be "Tactical Strike Vehicle." It will be kind of light on weaponry but it will look fast and SNOTty.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Knoll grey the curves are incredible, its a work of art! r-type+wolfen=WIN!
Thanks! I'm actually very happy with how curved and sleek I got it to be, so I appreciate you saying so.
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  April 20, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng A tank with 3 unidirectional "wheels"? Awesome, and it fits your CFS theme well. I've always wanted to branch out into motorized MOCs but never had PF parts. I've got tons of Technic pieces begging to be put to use and an old RCX 2.0 brick which is neat but the old motors are too weak and the RCX brick itself is way too big and heavy. I'm planning 4 wheel independent suspension to allow it to fall from heights. I'll probably be posting a YouTube video of my upcoming "Pirouette TSV" MOC doing stunts, falling from heights, driving outdoors, and turning in place (that's why it will be called pirouette). The suspension might be necessary though, since it will be accelerating so fast that when I try to turn it might flip itself over. Anyways, I can't wait to see your holonomic driven tank!
Thanks! On another note-- How will you drop the turn radius? I've always been interested in four-wheel steering, so maybe that would work... Interesting... My tank will actually use the RCX system, as the motors are much more compact and SO MUCH LESS VALUABLE. The price on the PF stuff amazes me, but it is more effective. Using two XL motors should make your 'TSV' (Tactical Support Vehicle?) very fast indeed! It's beneficial to me for mine to have slower motors, as it needs a lot of torque with the wheels angled as they are. When complete, it'll have a fully functioning suspension system too. Good luck!
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  April 19, 2009
the curves are incredible, its a work of art! r-type+wolfen=WIN!
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  April 19, 2009
A tank with 3 unidirectional "wheels"? Awesome, and it fits your CFS theme well. I've always wanted to branch out into motorized MOCs but never had PF parts. I've got tons of Technic pieces begging to be put to use and an old RCX 2.0 brick which is neat but the old motors are too weak and the RCX brick itself is way too big and heavy. I'm planning 4 wheel independent suspension to allow it to fall from heights. I'll probably be posting a YouTube video of my upcoming "Pirouette TSV" MOC doing stunts, falling from heights, driving outdoors, and turning in place (that's why it will be called pirouette). The suspension might be necessary though, since it will be accelerating so fast that when I try to turn it might flip itself over. Anyways, I can't wait to see your holonomic driven tank!
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  April 19, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng The VG starfighter will have to wait indefinitely though, I just ordered Power Functions parts and PAB pieces for my next MOC. Don't expect anything new from me for maybe a month. It will be a motorized, remote controlled vehicle in a similar color scheme as VG with 4 wheel drive, suspension, and skid steering. It will also be FAST since I'll be using two XL motors for it. It's going to be basically a fast, white tank with 4 armored wheels.
Nice! my biggest current project has had it's name floating around for some time-- the 'Sarpedon' MBT I've been ranting about. I'm not only going to motorize the thing, it'll be robotic too! It's based off of the idea of a Killough Holonomic Platform-- ever heard of it? It's a type of tri-wheel omnidirectional movement system. I've found a way to make working omnidirectional wheels for the Killough drive system out of LEGO, which is how the Sarpedon is made mobile. Ultimately, there'll be a Youtube video of the thing chasing my cats around--which is epic.
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  April 19, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng I'm curious how the pilot fits into this since it's so small and what the inside of the cockpit looks like.
There's a small angled part visible beneath the nose, that's where the fig fits. It drops down, but is impossible to photograph. As for the inside of the cockpit-- there's nothing there. The idea is that the pilot is submerged in a fluid which reacts with their thoughts, which is also why the pilot wears their own life support. There's plenty of room in there for kit, though-- the cockpit panels provide a spacious interior.
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  April 18, 2009
I'm curious how the pilot fits into this since it's so small and what the inside of the cockpit looks like.
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  April 18, 2009
The VG starfighter will have to wait indefinitely though, I just ordered Power Functions parts and PAB pieces for my next MOC. Don't expect anything new from me for maybe a month. It will be a motorized, remote controlled vehicle in a similar color scheme as VG with 4 wheel drive, suspension, and skid steering. It will also be FAST since I'll be using two XL motors for it. It's going to be basically a fast, white tank with 4 armored wheels.
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  April 18, 2009
Quoting Andreas Höttler Yes, Photoshop is good, both look very accurate.
Thanks! They aren't based off of anything in particular, but the fact that you and Nowhereman have both commented on this aspect of it means a lot to me-- I did those myself, even if I didn't take the pictures.
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  April 18, 2009
Very good!
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  April 18, 2009
Quoting Dali Zheng Sweet work. I might make a starfighter with the same color scheme as Venus Gospel only with more tan.
As I reply to you here, this has 66 visitors! Awesome! Anyway, I think that'd be cool, but maybe ungainly depending on HOW MUCH more tan. As an accent it works great with VG's colors, but if you use it as a whole tertiary color it won't look so nice (kind of like how red here is an accent). I have a racer mecha, soon to be posted for the CMC, that uses the same colorscheme as here. For some reason, I always think white looks great on spaceships. Good luck, and thanks!
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  April 18, 2009
Quoting Andreas Höttler You have a REx ship with a DEVIL cannon, thats just to awesome!
The REx part wasn't intentional, but the DEVIL part matches with the name-- 'Nephilim' are nether-beings (devils), the opposite of Seraphim (angels). Ultimately, I'll have a Seraphim fighter too. What did you think of the Photoshop? Thanks again!
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  April 18, 2009
Sweet work. I might make a starfighter with the same color scheme as Venus Gospel only with more tan.
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  April 18, 2009
Quoting Andreas Höttler Just noticed there is a REx in the name, thats cool!
Yup, just for you! No, I'm kidding, I didn't even notice. Thanks for pointing that out. Maybe it's my love for Metal Gear REX showing through again? Oh well.
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  April 18, 2009
Quoting Andreas Höttler Amazing work again, very detailed and still looking sinmple at some parts, great combination! That with the pieces you wrote below is another quite interesting thing. However, my only advice would be to change the main picture, that one is not showing all the great details.
True, I'll get on that. Thanks!
 
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