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UNEN Zi'park (Frigate)
The Zi'park, also known as the Zipper, was built to be small, swift, fast, agile, and speedy. In others words, a classic frigate.
About this creation
Hello fellow MOCer/viewer(s)! The United Nations of Earth Navy's Zi'park is commonly referred to the casual nickname of "The Zipper". It was manufactured by the; surprise, surprise; the Triton Construction Yards, which is the usual contractor for military ship construction. Watch out COP! I attempted to add a touch of real-ism into the build. But anyways... Enjoy!

Features:

  • Automatic repair-bots and Experimental Magnetic Countermeasures.

  • A main ion-engine, back maneuvering ion-engine, and front maneuvering ion-engine; a Bridge/Control-Room; and lots of window-cabins.

  • As far as weapons go, the Zipper has 12 deck-mounted coil-guns, a variety of missiles, and the giant Gravity-missile at the front.





Frigate
The bridge. The captain normally resides here, commanding the Zipper Although, all of the chore/vital systems (Except communications.) of the ship are controlled manually in respective rooms. The bridge is merely just a central hub and can contact all the various rooms and tell them to this or that. Example:
Captain: "Contact the weapons control room."
Weapons Operator: "Yes?"
Captain: "Up here on the bridge, scanners have picked up an enemy Coalition ship. Get your men ready."
W-Op.: "Aye, aye."
Captain: "Contact the engine control room."
E-Op.: "Yessir?"
etc, etc, etc...

Frigate
Very Frigate-y.

Bottom of
The gorgeous and sleek bottom
...Although, there is no 'up' or 'down' in space.

Frigate
No, this isn't some random hole in the ship. Its actually the passenger docking-door. something connects to it, then the 12inch (Or about 30cm, if you don't live in the US.) blast-door opens to allow crew/passengers/people to travel to-and-fro the ship, but is not big enough for cargo.

Frigate
This, however, is a 3feet (90cm) blast-door that is designed to allow large cargo and supplies into or out of the ship.

Frigate
These clips are for connecting aerospace-fighters/1 or 2 man crafts. This is a Frigate, so its designed to be small and fast, not big, heavy carriers or Harbingers; its not big enough to house a fighter-bay.

/Swoon
So gorgeous... /swoon
The ship is up-side-down it this picture, so you know.


Gunz
/country accent
These gunz were made fer shootin'
And one o' these days,
these gunz are gonna shoot all ova' you.


Frigate
The 1x1 round plate is supposed to be a missile-pod, holding the as-before-mentioned missiles. But sadly, I don't have any of these.

The Bow
The bow of the ship. I love those dark-bluish-grey stripes.

Grav-missile
The thing on the top is the forward maneuvering engine and the thing below is the UNE's signature gravity-missile. You know, a gravity-missile; the equivalent of a Coalition MAPD?

Frigate
What? How'd that get into the corner?

Frigate
Stupid auto-corrector on Microsoft Picture Manager... It auto saved, so I can't fix it. -_-

Frigate
I feel sorry happy for the crew-men that are unlucky lucky enough to sleep in window-cabins.

Frigate
Thanks for looking! This creation, by the way, is about 24 studs long.


Hehehee...





Oh, yeah. Before I forget, this is my entry for the MOC-off against Danny Morgan's Coalition D-Class Frigate and Michael Sloper's C.O.P. F-Class Frigate in the 23rd century group, Coalition of Planets.




















Like President Moffatt always says:

"The U.N.E. Wants YOU"



Comments

 I like it 
  January 24, 2013
This is awesome! Great design and part usage.
Matt the Backward One
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Keith Goldman
  March 3, 2011
The best detail is the minifig hands as guns. 4/5.
 I like it 
  March 1, 2011
Nice, sleek, and compact. I like the streamlined look it has.
Matt the Backward One
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CISCE .
  February 7, 2011
Seriously, this is a handsome ship. I wanna marry it.
 I like it 
  February 6, 2011
Nice, I love the sleekness! It's got a very cool, graceful look to it.
 I like it 
  January 30, 2011
I tried to comment on this one before, but my internet suddunley shut down. So, I like that you used minifig hands as guns. I also feel sorry for the crew men that are lucky enough to get to sleep in the window cabins... heehee...
 I like it 
  January 20, 2011
Very slick looking! I think I know what you mean by "not using too many angles". Thanks for the tip, I'll keep it in mind in my upcoming Moc's.
 I like it 
  January 17, 2011
Nice moc, Matt!
 I like it 
  January 17, 2011
Ah yes, minifig hands! Exactly what my cruiser needs.
 I made it 
  January 14, 2011
Quoting Jag . I like how you made the guns!
Lots of people have used it for a while now... Feel free to give it a try; but don't give me credit, because I didn't come up with it.
 I like it 
  January 14, 2011
Nice! I like how you made the guns!
 I like it 
  January 12, 2011
Thats really well put together
Matt the Backward One
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Spaztastic the Diabolical
  January 10, 2011
A snazzy little cutter. I especially like how you protected the 'bottom' of the ship. I know there is no up or down in space, but it would really kinda reek to get zapped in the tummy.
 I made it 
  January 10, 2011
Quoting Danny Morgan I just think it could be bigger, build the exact same thing only 3 times as big and it would be perfect
But its a frigate! :P
 I like it 
  January 9, 2011
I like the blue shot! Nice build, Dude!
 I like it 
  January 9, 2011
Nice! The shape of it looks deadly, and the coil guns look great. I just think it could be bigger, build the exact same thing only 3 times as big and it would be perfect. But even small, you still managed to cram it with lots of details. Good luck with the mocoff! I think the dealine is tomorrow!
  January 8, 2011
Mountain sized? Well, it's comparable to a Imperial Star Destroyer or a Mercury-class Battlestar...
 I made it 
  January 8, 2011
Thanks guys! I can't wait until I can finally post my other ship.
 I made it 
  January 8, 2011
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great The real Harbinger I have no doubt you can find.
There; fixed the link.
 I like it 
  January 8, 2011
Very nice! You captured the 'frigate' concept nicely. Keep up the good work! -Ultra
 I made it 
  January 8, 2011
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great Very nice work. You linked Hammer of Thyr as a Harbinger though. This is not the case, HoT is it's own class.
Eh, well; it looks like a harbinger. Although, its much too small to be a real Harbinger. Those are the size of mountains, almost literally.
 I like it 
  January 8, 2011
Very nice work. You linked Hammer of Thyr as a Harbinger though. This is not the case, HoT is it's own class. The real Harbinger I have no doubt you can find.
 I like it 
  January 8, 2011
Great job here, what i said on flickr still stands. I think you are very lucky Lego-wise right now. All my Lego are 2000 miles away in California. The composition of this ship seems to focus your attention on the bridge, which i assume is thefocus point here. keep em coming.
 I like it 
  January 8, 2011
Okay, this has reminded me to get off of my bum, post my little steam walker, and build some good old Grey 'n' Red. And yellow and black....
 
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