Good morning, afternoon, or evening viewer. Not but an hour since I posted the CPF-98, I bring you the CPF-120. I powerbuilt this in three and a half hours yesterday listening to Prelude to War the whole time. BSG music does good things when I build...
The CPF-120 is more of a ground attack craft than a fighter, but still is capable of performing like a fighter.
It's a few decades older than the CPF-136, and like the CPF-98, still performs to it's best, further testament to the hard work and dedication put into each craft by it's Thyrendi makers.
Unlike the CPF-98 or CPF-133, or the CPF-136, the CPF-120 has performed on the front lines against Earth as a tank hunter, which it works best as. These craft have many kills attributed to them, more than most others.
Grounds troops call it the Swallow. Tarsis officials note how the tails resemble an Ares-class Dropship.
The cockpit is more sparse because I ran out of trans green. Also, there are two targeting antennae on the front, because it looked kind of bland(er) without them.
The secret of the sucess of the CPF-120 are the two heavy railguns, it's sole armament. Firing at about 7 kilometers a second, the solid rounds can go right through several tanks, allowing the CPF-120 to stay back out of harms way, though some pilots like to get up close before they take out thier targets. The only problem with these guns are the immense power they use, the generator for them takes up most of the main hull.
Family photo. All three exist at once, which is a surpise to me as well. Though I fear I might have to dismantle one once I really start work on my Ian-style warship, which should be up in a few weeks.
This will be my last MOC before the final POAM, to symobolize my dedication to getting it done.
Very nice, I must admit; the railguns are just freakin awesome! And having all three fighters assembled at one time is also a good to see that you can build three fighters with the same colour scheme etc. Well done! And can you check out my latest moc if you have time?