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H.M.S 'Daphne' - G.A.I.A Rear-Gaurd Destroyer
Tanya's second post. (76 studs long)
About this creation
Above,
Silent Death, cruising by the chill of space...


A specific Rear-Guard Destroyer, the 'Daphne' of Earth has been involved in the Alien-War since day one. Captain Nagumi Date was an untried officer at the time, but the Japanese daughter of Japan's GAIA Councilman Hiroshito Date, has excelled in the field of battle, protecting the rear flanks of GAIA's second largest fleet with distinction.
















Gunnery Cocpit. This is the forefront of a typical cocpit inside each of the main cannon stacks.



Beltane Fire, perhaps the latest Fighter of the war; over 100 of these are aboard the Daphne in conjunction with some 300 Samhain Fires.



Comments

 I made it 
  November 15, 2012
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Wow, I hadn't realized that this was the monster that you had sent to aide the Defiant Justice. Looks like I really have my work cut out for me, yes? ^Blub^
Hehe, that's right, I sent in some of the big guns! Lol...
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  May 31, 2011
Wow, I hadn't realized that this was the monster that you had sent to aide the Defiant Justice. Looks like I really have my work cut out for me, yes? ^Blub^
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  February 3, 2010
This is amazing! I love the shape and the snot work! You are an excellent classic space builder!
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  February 3, 2010
Quoting Cody G These can never get boring, the oddness in the shape and color are second only to the great Crimso Giger. These are great builds, although I'm not super happy about the mixing of yellow and fleshy minifigs. Other than that, these things are excellent!
Wow dude, thanx for putting me in the same sentence as the master, and I agree with mini-fig comment. I just happened to make Star-girl with that head originally and I kind of wanted to keep her the same even though I do like using the flesh colors throughout GAIA. In a perfect world, I would have that Knights Queen head piece in flesh, darn it!!! lol. Cheers dude...
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  February 3, 2010
These can never get boring, the oddness in the shape and color are second only to the great Crimso Giger. These are great builds, although I'm not super happy about the mixing of yellow and fleshy minifigs. Other than that, these things are excellent!
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  February 3, 2010
No, they don't bore me, they're all pretty different in shape and use of special bricks. But get bored myself after building 2 or 3 cars, then I want to make a bike, and after the second bike I make a jukebox ;-) And you like big spaceships, that's ok !
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  February 3, 2010
I love your bulky, industrial style when you´re building battleships, as well as your ability to create the fitting interiors. Nice job, man!
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  February 2, 2010
You know, I think it's your picture quality that adds so much to that classic space feel I love so much. Great shape and moc btw.
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  February 2, 2010
I'm digging the blockiness!
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  February 2, 2010
Fantastic!
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  February 2, 2010
Pretty cool! I love the bridge design and this time the interior pics are really convincing. All in all good job!
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  February 2, 2010
Keep up with the classic theme, loving these. Minifig shots a great addition again.
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  February 2, 2010
I love the classic-space feel in this MOC. Nice build and good choice of colour.
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  February 2, 2010
Not sure where my original comment went, but I believe I said some sort of unhelpful John-type comment like "cool" - cheers
 I made it 
  February 2, 2010
Quoting Eric and Lawson B Parrington, I never tire of seeing the ships you and Crimso build. They are great. This one certainly looks the part of a Capital Ship. It has a sense of mass to it. I like the shape quite a bit. I think this is how real spacecraft will be built someday, modular blocks instead of sleek saucers. Great build. Regards, Eric.
Thanks Team B', and cheers for coupling my work with Crimso's! Yeh, I tend to agree, if they ever overcome the question of artificial gravity, there is no logical reason not to build ship like vessels out there in space. Round shapes make for poor storage containers... Cheers for the comment, your feedbacl is always appreciated...-P
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  February 2, 2010
Parrington, I never tire of seeing the ships you and Crimso build. They are great. This one certainly looks the part of a Capital Ship. It has a sense of mass to it. I like the shape quite a bit. I think this is how real spacecraft will be built someday, modular blocks instead of sleek saucers. Great build. Regards, Eric.
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  February 2, 2010
Yeah this has a real heavy nautical look to it, loaded with the big cannons and the bridge assembly looks spot on. Great continuation of your theme.
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  February 2, 2010
NICE!!!:))))
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  February 2, 2010
Quoting robert ball Oh, don't stop now! It's interesting to open multiple windows and view them side by side. Anyway, I don't think anyone could ever get tired of looking at such great ships. I'm not just trying to butter you up, either. I'm just barely beginning to get the hang of creating these things and I need something to aim for. Great work.
Thanx mate, I'm glad to hear that, cos I love building these things. P.S I reckon your going to do very well once your situation allows you to get the real pieces out. Cheers...
 I like it 
  February 2, 2010
Oh, don't stop now! It's interesting to open multiple windows and view them side by side. Anyway, I don't think anyone could ever get tired of looking at such great ships. I'm not just trying to butter you up, either. I'm just barely beginning to get the hang of creating these things and I need something to aim for. Great work.
 I made it 
  February 2, 2010
Quoting Crimso Giger Love the sloping on this larger and nice bridge, the modified front and those big strange parts on the sides, and also the interior scene. It's a great idea to makes other versions, this one is really cool ! Long live GAIA :-)
Hehe, cheers dude, I just finished uploading all the pics. I have afew more planned, but atleast one major battleship...
 I like it 
  February 2, 2010
Love the sloping on this larger and nice bridge, the modified front and those big strange parts on the sides, and also the interior scene. It's a great idea to makes other versions, this one is really cool ! Long live GAIA :-)
 
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