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PRNC Navy and Merchant Marine
Small boats built to support game play in a war group on the pages. Link here. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/20972
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Sea Löwe amphibious landing craft (SLAC). Capable of transporting 16 MBTs over water, snow, ice, sand, mud, mangrove, swamp, and any flat surface (a road if you can find one big enough, maybe all 4 lanes on the autobahn?) Crew of 12, max speed of 20 KMPH fully loaded, and 30 KMPH empty. Combination lateral mounted water jet and vectored air thrust for locomotion, and air cushion to increase speed.



An MBT size vehicle leaving the SLAC via its large under prow ramp. The SLAC can be loaded by overhead crane through the cargo hatch on the top deck, or by roll on via the ramp.




Overhead shot of SLAC with MBT parked on deck for scale. Robust pushers (black wedge at leading edge of forecastle), cargo hatch, armored bridge, thrust cones, thrust vectoring surfaces (rudders) all visible. This is a prototype. It has room for upgrades, but features none here. There is space for an AA system, more radar, light turrets, but the platform shown here is the "no options package".



Even with sensor and weapon add-ons Sea Löwe is still a task built transport. It is fast, has a decent cargo capacity, and can exploit rugged or undeveloped landing sites. It was designed to allow theater level commanders to exploit options that do not exist for most vessels of this size. The SLAC has only limmited range and is not meant to operate without the support of larger vessels (except when crossing short distances like channels or when operating between islands in a cluster).



Kraken amphibious landing craft (KRAC). Capable of transporting 32 MBT over water, and broken, ice. Crew of 20 (may vary as later versions are fielded), max speed of 20 KMPH fully loaded and 25 KMPH empty. Combination lateral mounted water jet and vectored air thrust for locomotion, and air cushion to increase speed.



An MBT follows a guntrack onto the objective via Krakens large double bow ramp. The entire foredeck (between the forecastles) elevates on landing, to allow vehicles to offload at optimal angel even on rough beaches where rocks counter measures, or debris would otherwise block or slow the assault discharge. The foredeck holds 6 MBTs when loaded at maximum capacity. These 6 MBTs are parked directly on the ramps, and are the first vehicles off the Kraken when conducting assault operations.



Unlike the Sea Löwe, the Kraken cannot move reliably over sand, sheet ice, or through mud, swamps and mangrove terrain. It is highly susceptible to “high grounding” on terrain that varies even slightly from the perfectly flat. It’s powerful air cushion and it’s shallow draft flat hull do allow Kraken to move quickly over water and also allows it to place its ramps on the sand well beyond the surf line. The flat hull allows Kraken to navigate in fairly shallow water (like the water right on beaches…). The air cushions function mostly to reduce the friction between the large flat hull and the water. Most of the directional locomotion is provided by the two water jets on the sides of the vessel, and the two stern mounted vectored thrust generators. (and the stern at the water line is … missing. Need to put some kind of vectored thrust deal down there).



Overhead shot of Kraken with MBT and Guntrack on deck for scale. The largest features visible are the 4 intakes for the air cushion and vectored thrust systems. The armored bridge is identical to the SLACs. Like SLAC, KRAC can be loaded via the numerous cargo deck hatches, or the ramp beneath the foredeck. Also visible are the KRACs two Triple barreled 105 auto cannon turrets. Intended for use in support of assault landings, these turrets can also be used against vessels, and have limited indirect fire capability.



KRACs dual ramps just visible beneath the foredeck and behind the bow. SLACs single ramp, is smaller and lacks the advantage of the extra elevation provided by the elevating foredeck. But SLACs is lighter and her bow is arched higher to allow discharge even on fairly steep beaches.



The most striking similarity is between KRAC and SLAC is the modular armored bridge. It holds 7 mariners with stations for communication, active and passive ECM, Navigation, Targeting for any assault support weapons, loading and unloading operations, helm and command. The water jets on the KRAC are just about 2.3 times the size of those on the SLAC. The SLAC requires no additional intakes for its air cushion generators, and the prototype mounts no weapons of its own.



Kraken is larger and slower than Sea Löwe. But she carries much more fuel and is capable of crossing much larger distances without the assistance of a support vessel. In order to deploy across global distances, ideally, both of these vessels would be transported on larger task built deep water transports. But both are capable of “bouncing” along a coast line (Viking style). It is slower, it takes more fuel, and is harder on flat hulled vessels like this, but it is possible. A transport for either of these vessels would be a massive expense.



SLAC and KRAC parked on a… snow covered beach? A commander who has a few of these vessels under his command is looking at an entirely different map than one who has only smaller short range landing craft or a normal amphibious assault carrier. They offer a unique ability to deliver a fairly large combat force to any location. A more conventional amphibious carrier may have more lift capability, (and support capability like attack helicopters and MEDIVAC!) but it can only be in one place at a time. A fleet of these would allow a theater commander to pursue numerous, simultaneous, re-enforcing or self contained objectives.



Orca diesel electric picket sub. A small submarine designed for localized air, surface, and sub-surface interdiction, and regional maritime surveillance. Crew of 12. Speed 17 KNPH on surface, 10 while submerged. In this image, Orca is shown with it's weapons and AA RADAR stowed in hte submerged configuration. The satellite uplink (gray sphere on dorsal stern) and SONAR array (black mast and sphere on keel) are visible. The satellite uplink is crucial to the mission of the picket boat as it allows the picket boat to share all sensor information with all other boats in its own pack, and to receive targeting or evasion data via satellite (in order to avoid being surprised by high or fast moving aircraft while the picket boat is most vulnerable on the sea surface).



A head on shot, again with AA weapons and RADAR stowed for sub-surface movement. The two bow torpedo tubes easaly visible.



This overhead shot reveals the location of Orcas AA missiles when in the stowed position. The missiles are roughly equivalent to the U.S. Patriot missiles. The AA radar is of limited range and power, but Orca is alerted to the approach of aircraft well before she detects them herself. She is informed via satellite, both by orbital detection, and by relayed information from other picket boats operating in the area. The concept of the picket as one platform in a swarm, operating in coordination with other pickets is central to Orcas design. One of these pickets by itself poses an extremely limited threat. But a pack, operating regionally, with sensor data beyond what each element can gather on its own results in a pretty tight sub-surface, surface, and air net.



Orca with ADA RADAR and AA missiles deployed.



Fuel. The life blood of the modern world. The regionalized production and refinement of Bio-fuel is essential to the Peoples Republic of Neu Charlemagne at it seeks to realize it’s strategic objectives. Mobile Fuel Production and Refinement Plant #1 (MFPRP #1)is the crown jewel of the PRNC Merchant Marine. Built on the re-purposed hull of an antiquated super carrier, she still holds many of the lines of her original design.



MFPRP #1 can receive raw Bio-fuel components, distil them, refine them, and store limited amounts of finished fuel, prior to transferring that fuel into transports, or directly into a fuel distribution system on the main land. The MFPRP concept is meant to provide PRNC military forces and Merchant Marine vessels with locally produced bio-fuel almost immediately after a territory is integrated, well before that territories fuel production industry can be built up from scratch. The vessel acts as an “economic catalyst” which allows impoverished young territories to produce commercially viable fuel quickly which is in turn used to pay for the installment of permanent local fuel production infrastructure. Once a territory gains viable production capability, the MFPRP can re-deploy to the next newly integrated territory. Systems like this illustrate the PRNCs commitment to bringing economic equality to all of its citizens as quickly as possible.



The refinery itself. The main stack frequently burns off byproduct gasses before they can accumulate in dangerous quantities. This constant flame often become a local symbol of regional progress and the hope of a better tomorrow shared by all PRNC citizens.



The bio-fuel storage tanks. Although intended for production only, MFPRP #1 maintains a small quantity of ready fuel on hand for non-scheduled fueling operations, and to allow for buffering in the complicated fuel production/ fuel transfer cycle.



A slurry of water and raw bio-fuel ingredients are accumulated in the larger “Belly” tank of the vessel, and when enough of the slurry has matured sufficiently, it is transferred to the smaller “cooker” tank where it warmed, mixed with catalysts, and pressurized. In the cooker tank the slurry is nursed to the first level of crude fuel grade solution.





In this shot of the MFPRP the entrance to the internal fueling bay (used mainly by smaller local vessels) is visible at the water line. On the Right of the main deck, the dark gray bridge (a throwback to the platforms original air craft carrier design). On the left, the dark gray crew habitat module with the VTOL aircraft landing pad on its roof. The hab-module is physically isolated from the industrial section of the craft for safety as well as comfort. The black surfaces are three story tall tinted windows allowing the crew to enjoy the sea vista while eating, and engaging in activities such as basket ball, soccer, and poetry reading. The module also contains an extensive digital library and video teleconference center. Here, both vessel crew members, and fuel plant operators can stay in touch with family members at home or pursue on line degree programs.



The Merchant Marine is the PRNs primary maritime fuel mover. Smaller faster ships like this one: The Merchant Marine Fuel Transport #3 (MMFT 3) are the main stay for this mission. The three spherical tanks are isolated to mitigate the effects of leakage and damage. These fast ships run on the same fuel they transport, allowing for their claim to be the world’s longest ranged non-reactor driven transport vessels. Ships like MMFT3 are capable of taking on fuel pier side, or from coastal distribution systems (like those supported by MFPRP 1). They can also provide fuel to other PRNC vessels while at sea. The presence of vessels like MMFT3 is crucial to the deployment of military vessels like the KRAC, SLAC, and Picket Sub packs.



MMFT3 takes on fuel form MFPRP1. The operation takes place under MFPRPs mega boom. The gigantic crane located just aft of the hab-module. MFPRP crew members can observe the operation from the air conditioned comfort of one of the vessels restaurants or coffee shops while listening to Jackson Browns classic: Running on Empty. The sensitive fueling operation would be impossible to conduct safely without the consistently high standards of professionalism and technical skill that are enforced across the PRNC Merchant Marine. The world’s best mariners, given the world’s best training, and equipped with the world’s best gear. The PRN Merchant Marine: The Best Afloat.



With a 30 man crew and lots of fuel to burn, the MMFT3 can move under diesel power at a a steady 25KMPH



“In sixty-nine I was twenty-one and I called the road my own”…Jackson Brown had arrived on MFPRP 1 moments before this photo was taken. He was flown in on the dark gray executive transport (parked on the roof of the hab-module). It was part of his publicity campaign prior to his futile comeback tour.



Lime Green is the color of all PRN Bio-Fuel Operators .



The next generation of energy efficient PRN transports: the Del Sol class.



The Del Sol incorporates the Diesel Sail (D-Sail) format of the older Santa Fe class transport, and increases its efficiency by using the surface of the sails as solar collectors. The Diesel Sail Solar hybrid is the most efficient cargo transport afloat.



D-Sai-lor transport: Slow at 15 KNPH, but un-beatable in terms of drachma per kilo mile.



The PRNC Merchant Marine: Bringing the best of the world all the way home!



Comments

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  May 9, 2014
Really nice work here, I especially like the colours used on each model, really gives off a navy feel to them all! Also, great usage of parts, for the scale the detail is incredible. As said on your homepage, you like tips and constructive advice, I think it would pay off well to try and photograph these models in the style I did on this model: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/384262 I haven't got any problem with your current photography, but I think the presentation would look clearer like this :) nice models, anyway, I will now go and take a look at your others! 5/5
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  April 4, 2014
Now that is what I call Micro Scale! Awesome part usage and geometries. I love the sail barge! Great use of the colors as well to add a little detail and pop.
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  January 30, 2014
hey, Mike, I saw hub-14 in the bricks bros yesterday, it rocks! why did nt you post some pics of it here?
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  January 28, 2014
Quoting Thomas of Tortuga I've changed my username since the Alaskan Republic foundered in DA last summer, but I'd also appreciate being added to your invitation list when the time comes :)
Mr. Tortuga. You got it. Don't hold your breath though. I won't be back out in front of my work load again for another month or two at least. Until then... no dice! Attack!
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  January 28, 2014
I've changed my username since the Alaskan Republic foundered in DA last summer, but I'd also appreciate being added to your invitation list when the time comes :)
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  January 9, 2014
Don't worry man. Everybody who was in any of my three previous efforts (MLRC, TFC, or DA) will be invited when DA2.0 is ready. You are better prepared than you realize. Attack!
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  January 8, 2014
Nice ships! Could you also invite me when DA 2.0 comes out, because my skills have definitely improved since the previous one.
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  January 8, 2014
Quoting Lord Bacca Didn't go far in Warzone, Myth is really cool, if you have time, you should try it out. I found DA a much faster pace. Give me a hollar yo when it's go time. YO!!!!
No worries. Your on the "A list" man.
  January 8, 2014
Didn't go far in Warzone, Myth is really cool, if you have time, you should try it out. I found DA a much faster pace. Give me a hollar yo when it's go time. YO!!!!
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  January 8, 2014
Ah Mr. Bacca, always good to hear from you! (Yo!) Give DA2.0 a month or three. Mr. Goldman and I are slowly kicking ideas around. When it is time to go though, it will definitely be GO TIME. Be ready for the same basic sturcture, and some unanticipated challenges. What’s going on with you? WARZONE and Mythron not keeping you busy enough?
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  January 7, 2014
When is DA 2.0?
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  December 2, 2013
ok, you did nt make it in time... but at least, will you post a ship a bit later? please? I was looking forward seeing something new from you, I think I would have liked you better winning the contest than not seeing what you did, also, what happened at seattle? I never saw pics on the pages from the event, did you go? or are the pics on flikr...
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  November 22, 2013
Fantastic! The work you put into your creations and description is amazing. But I guess with Lego, it's never really work. Well done!
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  November 7, 2013
hey Mike! this is my fav piece, and I d really like to have your comment and make you laugh! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/349704
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  October 22, 2013
SO much scale on such a small scale,I love all the space-saving part usage, it makes this feel awesome. Lovely!
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  August 30, 2013
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Extremely neat little builds, I love the one in the main photo. I once used a similar technique for a boat of the same size. Great work!
Mr. Soundwave. Thanks! I found this scale to be a real challenge, but a lot of fun. I find it is amazing how much you can achieve with so few parts when building at this scale. Attack!
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  August 30, 2013
Extremely neat little builds, I love the one in the main photo. I once used a similar technique for a boat of the same size. Great work!
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  August 28, 2013
So you're a MASTER man !!!! I like this moc so much. Stunning job
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  August 8, 2013
Very cool ships here! Some very sleek and effective looking vessels. Great use of parts in several places, not least the solar-sails on the one in the last few photos :-)
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  July 2, 2013
Mr. Sykes. I agree with your assessment on most counts. This scale was strange for me. Had it not been for the pressure of Mr. Squid and Mr. McCalls C&C group, I would never have built this tiny stuff. But it was a very new challnage, and I like the results (both the MOCs and being forced out of my comfort zone). My estimates for the Krakens cargo capacity are absurdly overstated (because I was trying to capture more logistics capability in the game). As I recall, Mr. McCall did an excellent job of "calling me out" at the time. I think Kraken would carry much more than Zubar (but much less than I claim here!). As for all the odd bits sticking off of the sub, again, it was game driven. If a capability is not "Lego Obvious" then I am not comfortable claiming it. So, in order to make claims uncontestable, I built a sub that "only a mother could love." But for my part, my favorite of these is still the fuel plant. Totally irelevant to the game, but I think it looks cool. Attack!
  July 2, 2013
Definitely some of your better work. I'd like it in a bigger scale but everyone always says that to ships this scale (now you see the merits of LDD which, contrary to your belief, does not permit illegal connections but does bend physics of structural stability). The design concepts are intriging though I think you may have over-estimated the ammount of MBTs your transports can logically carry. If not for size, the weight will be a problem. I don't even think a zubr can carry that much (I have to double check this). The other thing I'd suggest is lose the radio arial on the sub. When surfaced, it makes it easily detectable and subs are usually stealth weapons. Again, bigger scale helps with smaller details but hard to do IRL, brick constraints.
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  July 2, 2013
Chocked full with details, isn't it! Now, Rutherford, calm down! No need to be hittin' on Zach. Once again, I don't want to get too much into this, but you and Zach (and yes, I have warned him as well) really need to calm down. This is not a war between war groups; they are just war games, like RIMPAC or Red Flag. Preserve the peace, and fight in the groups.
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  April 21, 2013
Glad to see you back in action Commander Rutherford! I fell off the edge of the galaxy. (Still there actually, but I snuck out a subspace transmission...) Thank you for the invitation to the new group, but I currently have no time to build. :-( My youngest son started cub scouts and somehow I became Scoutmaster! (It really takes a lot more than an hour a week!) So not sure if I can help out or not. Awesome boats, by the way!
  April 16, 2013
Pretty neat little builds. Do they float? -LB Senior
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  April 6, 2013
Cool stuff!
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  April 2, 2013
lol, just watched escape from ny last days, commentaries, featurettes, thanks for the comments mike, you re the duke, 'a' no#1!!! always!
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  April 1, 2013
Awesome!
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  March 15, 2013
hi mike, I m into meedass these days, but, my 2 other series are still online, I m into practice for stories, meedass is easier than metal legion ops, and cybercity because of numbers of characters involved, I hope to get started for summer, can t wait until you hatch a piece, can t forget that last tracked ml, you control the action, attack! lol.
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  February 1, 2013
nice navy!!!
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  January 9, 2013
moc pages is down with the pic loader, i can t post pics, but, as soon as it works, i ll make a new group for you and me, there will be no bigottry, i ll disclose the vehicle to only you, for your inspection, the whole squad, [15+you, snake] the serie will be called metal legion alta-5 special ops, YOU re in command, i ll tell you about the strategic-political situation, objectives, and you tell me what are the different options on the military battles, you will be de-classified for all factions equipments, months before public view, in my opinion, your teamates never knew who they had with them, we ll show them what they missed by short term vision!
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  January 8, 2013
mike is back in town...YAHOOO!!! wrong, you re still in command of the greateset battle ever! I m still gearing, but, in a month or so, I ll be ready! all vehicles are done, except the sub, wich i want to look like sw epis, 1, under naboo, color schemes are grey,and blue, dark blue, 17 members! done; armored van [you saw] + trailer lab, + transport semi, + vtol fighter, + rhino s-2, all can be disclosed to you only [classified] at your express request, lol, in our group [builders tomorow] you just ask, i ll pic and post them there, i will build an outpost, beleive me, i had a great deal for a batch of grey, you can see it in my tales of alta-5 post, all buildings on this post will be dessassembled, and i ll make the outpost with it, i want an architecture like your base, of course i can t build the omicron week end, lol, but, it s going to be big, and it will have cool thunderbirds like features, sliding roofs, burried turrets in the front, camouflages guns, i bought 2 big grey baseplates for it to sit on, of course any suggestion from you will be considerd an order, lol, like before, it light d&d you feed your character lines and actions, 'you re in control' attack!!!i m glad you re back, best news!!!
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  January 8, 2013
Cyberfarnk! It's good to hear from you again! I have just returned from 5 weeks in Europe and Kansas. Yes, these were built for a game, but the group could not survive the eternal challanges of leadership and it collapsed under it's own weight before the actuall play could begin. I am no longer in command of any groups. I closed MLRC, and I am not tracking any activity in the original group any more. I did run another group briefly (The Final Count Down). It was fun, but it was designed like a story (it had an end state, and when reached, the group and the story ended). I am thinking about doing another "Story Group" in a few months. Glad to see Keith and I are alive in sperit as Iron Fist and Brickskin! Attack!
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  December 26, 2012
your modeling skills + narrating talents are ...devastating! man, all this technical knowleage, and cool futuristic concepts, buy lottery tickets! I wish you where millionnaire, so that you could crank a movie on those, it s absolutely entralling, I m eager to see this in action now! there is a game on this? I ll try to check it, hey! you re still commander of the legion or not? I m still gaining momentum here, story wise, I shown 2 factions, 3 remains, the metal legion special ops is still online, you are still commander Iron fist, and with snake brickskin [keith]! merry christmas michael! give news when you can! I ll be back!
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  November 19, 2012
I am not able to post a comment in the group Collapse and Collision for an unknown reason. When I attempting to add a comment, the screen goes blank and my server crashes. Please do not remove me from the group. ~Mastermind
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  November 17, 2012
Spiffy micro-builds! I like the tankers and that one with the sails best. ( I know, so very specific of me). Some very neat brickery all in all.
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  October 26, 2012
I pretty much like all of them, but that D-Sail is just fantastic! Great job Mike.
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  October 25, 2012
The Kraken's tri-gun is simply amazing! All the other ships are excellent. Keep up the good work!
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  October 24, 2012
Impressive micros!
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  October 24, 2012
Quoting Matthew McCall Nice to see some new creations from you :) These are some well built mini designs, and your talent shines through them. I'm going to be honest though, alot of what I see here simply isn't realistic in the slightest. ----- I must point out that your Sea Löwe amphibious landing crafts (SLAC) ability to carry 16 tanks is, well... way too high. Even the worlds largest hovercraft, the Zubr class LCAC, can only carry 3 MBTs, and its considered huge. C&C is supposed to be fairly realistic, so you should really tone down the ammount of stuff it can carry. ----- As for the Kraken amphibious landing craft (KRAC) stats can only be decribed as insane, as it somehow carries over an order of magnitude more of cargo than the current largest hovercraft. Sorry, but this type of thing isn't allowed, it's like letting people build fighter that go Mach 5 or acurate self-propeled artillery with ranges in the hundreds of miles. ----- Anyway, the rest of the builds are fine, and some of them are downright ingenious concepts.
Mr. McCall, your depth of understanding and unique insights never cease to inspire.
 I like it 
  October 24, 2012
Nice to see some new creations from you :) These are some well built mini designs, and your talent shines through them. I'm going to be honest though, alot of what I see here simply isn't realistic in the slightest. ----- I must point out that your Sea Löwe amphibious landing crafts (SLAC) ability to carry 16 tanks is, well... way too high. Even the worlds largest hovercraft, the Zubr class LCAC, can only carry 3 MBTs, and its considered huge. C&C is supposed to be fairly realistic, so you should really tone down the ammount of stuff it can carry. ----- As for the Kraken amphibious landing craft (KRAC) stats can only be decribed as insane, as it somehow carries over an order of magnitude more of cargo than the current largest hovercraft. Sorry, but this type of thing isn't allowed, it's like letting people build fighter that go Mach 5 or acurate self-propeled artillery with ranges in the hundreds of miles. ----- Anyway, the rest of the builds are fine, and some of them are downright ingenious concepts.
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  October 24, 2012
Fantastic work on these, dozens of awesome techniques and details!
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  October 22, 2012
These are all great! I like how you linked them all together in one of the photos. Plus I liked your solar panel idea for the sales. Very nice ships, and welcome to MX.
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  October 22, 2012
Quoting Ley Ward Excellent realization of the design brief. Coincidentally, I believe I just sourced some "vectored thrust deals" from the usual supplier. I'm confident that you will roll out something entirely suitable soon. Bravo!
Ley, ah what I wouldn't give to live a life that is "entirely suitable." Thankyou for the review sir! Attack!
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  October 22, 2012
Quoting Deus Otiosus Cool! but I think it would be more convenient to have the link HTMLed in the main description.
Ah Deus! Thanks and I agree. But I cant stop marching just because I tripped over a bit of HTML. Attack!
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  October 22, 2012
Quoting Andre Benjamin Gorgeous! I really like the one with the "sails"!
I hope it inspires more building. Thanks for the review.
  October 22, 2012
Excellent realization of the design brief. Coincidentally, I believe I just sourced some "vectored thrust deals" from the usual supplier. I'm confident that you will roll out something entirely suitable soon. Bravo!
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  October 22, 2012
Cool! but I think it would be more convenient to have the link HTMLed in the main description.
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  October 21, 2012
Nice! It's a nice micro build.
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  October 21, 2012
Gorgeous! I really like the one with the "sails"!
 
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