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Wailing Seek
Faron Wailing Seek, a way to get down to a planet, real fast.
About this creation
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This is a Faron Wailing seek. It's used for off planet drops. Mostly, it is deployed and let in free fall just outside a planet's atmosphere. The Wailing Seek is only used for drops that aren't too far rom a planets surface. This is because the Wailing Seek isn't equipped with reflector shields. Instead, it has heavy metal sheets that can repel high amounts of temperatures because it was made to free fall somewhere in any atmosphere. It can land in any landform without breaking apart. It also is a basic orbital drop and is deployed during an invasion by a courier ship. If the courier ship explodes before the Wailing Seeks can reach the ground, the Seeks are automatically used for evacuation.



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   Hello folks, I'm going to be your host today, I'm gonna take you to the construction area where you will see the Faron Wailing Seek.



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   Faron Wailing Seek, all sides off.



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   "Looks like the engineers didn't finsh..."



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   One side of the Wailing Seek, and the gun holder.



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   The sides put together, one side cut out so you can see the interior. Notice at the back of the interior there is a piece that folds down the back panel. That foldy thingy is also the bagpack for the Trooper.



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   Wailing Seek all assembled.



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   The Front panel can move down! Now the soldier can grab his gun and run!



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   Here is a display of the Wailing Seek attached to a courier. NOTE - The courier is only a cut out off the bottom. There is a pole that can attach to the Wailing Seek and to the bottom of the courier.



Comments

Soar ing
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Jackson F.
  June 28, 2007
Odd name for a drop pod,but a good job nonetheless!Reminds me of an ODST drop pod.Cheers!-Jackson
 
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