The crew of the scout ship, Captain Henry Thomas, and operations officer Reginald Leason. Henry got his wings at the age of 20, served with the metal legion for a few years and got back to his roots of just flying to fly. It did help on his application that he was trained in recon and ship to ship combat. Sure, exploring is great, but what happens when you meet some of those blacktron folks who want to rob you and leave you adrift?
Reginald Leason isn't anything short of a genius, a photographic memory and a want to learn everyhing he can is just a part of what makes the man a man. A scientist who had published several articles on alien life, as well as galactic politics, he seems to understand alien lifeforms better then most humans possible could. Several rumors back at HQ hint that he may have some form of psychic ability but that's never ever been proven.
An Explorien Cruiser, one the last in the known galaxy, capable of communicating from almost any point in their sector of space. Armed with rotary cannons as well as two simple lasers.
Equipped with alot of view ports, or windows whatever you'd like to call it, the scout maintains the first mandate of the semi-retired explorien league, explore, the almost 360 degree view lets the navigator look almost all around him, the pilot has several scanner read outs on his computer and keeps him up to date on important anomalies, and possible enemy ships.
Equipped with a lab, as well as a small but capable armory.
The rear of the ship holds the navigator, who also serves as the sensor officer, scientist and communications officer. The job's got some pretty big shoes to fill, that's for sure.
Just an interior shop of the above mentioned devices and officer. For a quick reference he can check the ships functions all from his control pad, if need be he'd use the lab's computer system for a more accurate sensor read out.
Ahh, the illustrious right side of the ship, as you can sort of see the lab equipment is on this wall for one reason, if something does crop up, the ship usually swings around so that the instruments as well as an actual physical view is possible. You can trust tech all you like, but sometimes eyes are all you need.
The rear of the ship, nothing fancy but nothing simple. An easy access latch was built onto the canopy so you can lift and go.
it s not bad, but, i think it has a lot more potential, you have some of the greatest windows available, a good idea might be to add a little more meat! [system bricks] to make it a few studs longer, and put rockets at the back, your windows seem a bit akward there.