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G.A.I.A. H.M.S. "Heaven's Brutality" Warship
"When the devils step out of line, it's time to call down Heaven's Brutality!" Catchphrase of Caption Talyor Morose, Captain of the HMS Heaven's Brutality.
About this creation
H.M.S "Heaven's Brutality"

Captained by Captain Taylor Morose.

One of the many warships from G.A.I.A. to see action against the Draggonne. Captain Morose is a very good tactical officer and she has seen much success against the great evil of the Draggonne.

The Heaven's Brutality is a heavy warship, capable of standing in ship to ship combat, but also capable of carrying nearly as many fighters as a carrier. The primary launch points are the two rail launchers mounted along the upper bow deck, allowing for rapid deployment of the Brutality's fighter compliment. In addition, the Brutality is capable of carrying troop transports and boarding craft.

The Brutality's main weapons are the eight Heavy Coil Turrets. A single broadside from the Brutality can easily devastate Draggonne picket ships, and can even wither a Draggonne warship. In addition, a massive array of torpedo launchers are mounted behind the bridge tower, for dealing with higher manueverability targets.

As with all typical warships fielded by GAIA, the Brutality is powered by a Dyson Sphere, to supply all its power needs.



















CREATOR'S NOTES:

After all the Eva work I've done, I needed a break. So I figured I'd finish up my first true GAIA warship.

Yeah, you heard right. No ESC tech in this one, this is GAIA through and through. And yes, the Captain's a woman. Maybe she'll be able to keep Tanya in check?

I've included the LDD file for PARRINGTON. If anyone else intends to use or modify my work, please ask first. This one's for you Parrington, I hope you have fun with it!


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  June 22, 2013
Dang, how could I miss this baby!? Man, that really looks like superior firepower. A fiiting name then, too. Pretty cool 3/4 rear view! ~Cheers
 I made it 
  June 13, 2012
Quoting Parrington Levens Just love this man, had to have another look! I can't wait to have some time to get the ball going again. I really want to develop our GAIA world. MAybe get a website going eventually and everything. Even develop an RPG or something? I'll mention it in the group soon. So few true Sci Fi fans out there, especially that aren't total Trekkies!
Tell me about it. Between Star Trek and Star Wars, there's not a lot of independent story arcs around these days. I need to further incorporate the Corporate territories. But with my computer still down, it's going to be a while.
 I like it 
  March 26, 2012
Just love this man, had to have another look! I can't wait to have some time to get the ball going again. I really want to develop our GAIA world. MAybe get a website going eventually and everything. Even develop an RPG or something? I'll mention it in the group soon. So few true Sci Fi fans out there, especially that aren't total Trekkies!
Rabid Goldfish
 I like it 
Chris Melby
  February 12, 2012
Man, this is great. It reminds me of that ship on that show Wing Commander, the show was kinda a B movie, but the concept, and the main ship was killer. Great build! Chris
 I made it 
  February 8, 2012
Quoting Mike C Now thats is some firepower. Great looking ship
Thanks. I laid off some of my ususal styles, so it was a little odd at first.
 I like it 
  February 5, 2012
Now thats is some firepower. Great looking ship
 I made it 
  February 4, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Wicked ship here, Chief! Some great details and design features! How about an inside shot of the bridge and her captain?
Carn I knew I forgot something. I'll need to remedy that, ey?
 I made it 
  February 4, 2012
Quoting Parrington Levens Wicked design mate! This is exactly the type of craft they would have been releasing during the second alien war, still shows the obvious ship connection as was so dominant in the first alien war, but has started to move towards a more futuristic look. ( 'The Emporers Sword' was the only one I did in a similar vein, and I think you have really inspired me to go in that/this direction for a while.) Needless to say I love this thing, the bridge is real beauty and I really like the wide sponson assemblies, very well detailed. And yeh, you can't beat syphoning a star for energy via a mobile wormhole connection between the good ole Dyson sphere and the rocket thrusters! Great design man, I'll check out those instructions and see if I can't try and build this one for ya to make a guest appearence in an upcoming ep! Long live GAIA!!!
Glad you liked it. I checked your designs extensively for key design aspects, and then made sure I hit them. I would love to see this as a cameo, it would be an honor! Long Live GAIA!
 I made it 
  February 4, 2012
Quoting Aidan Bryant Very cool build! I particularly like the bridge, reminds me of a flight control tower, which is fitting for GAIA ship, since fighters are key to the theme.
Thank you.
 I like it 
  February 4, 2012
Sweet cannons, P! Keep it up!
 I like it 
  February 4, 2012
Nice idea Matt, if you'll forgive me however, Jase has it spot on for the theme. Only the Draggone have perfect miltary lasers in the GAIA-verse, humans are basically using railguns, good old fashioned cannons and explosives, nukes etc, the sci-fi type weapons generally belong to aliens ;) Human shield systems are also quite standard, heavy, heavy armor plating and an ionosphere about the ship which ionises incoming debris or shells and repells them away from the ship. Ofcourse no system is fool proof and large enough, fast enough projectiles will always get through. Incidentally, Draggone lasers are as yet indeflectable, and human ships only sustain any such hits at all due to thick composite plate armpr which includes terracotta like heat insulation shields. Again, these are no match for sustained direct laser fire. I hope I haven't bored anyone, lol...
 I like it 
  February 4, 2012
That is a very nice looking warship. But torpedoes for more agile targets?! You'll be wanting to look into point defense lasers there!
 I like it 
  February 4, 2012
Wicked design mate! This is exactly the type of craft they would have been releasing during the second alien war, still shows the obvious ship connection as was so dominant in the first alien war, but has started to move towards a more futuristic look. ( 'The Emporers Sword' was the only one I did in a similar vein, and I think you have really inspired me to go in that/this direction for a while.) Needless to say I love this thing, the bridge is real beauty and I really like the wide sponson assemblies, very well detailed. And yeh, you can't beat syphoning a star for energy via a mobile wormhole connection between the good ole Dyson sphere and the rocket thrusters! Great design man, I'll check out those instructions and see if I can't try and build this one for ya to make a guest appearence in an upcoming ep! Long live GAIA!!!
 I like it 
  February 3, 2012
Wicked ship here, Chief! Some great details and design features! How about an inside shot of the bridge and her captain?
 I like it 
  February 3, 2012
Very cool build! I particularly like the bridge, reminds me of a flight control tower, which is fitting for GAIA ship, since fighters are key to the theme.
 
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