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C.O.P imperial dreadnaught
The C.O.P dreadnaught forms the first lines of defence for most naval convoys. This moc is 54 studs long carries 4 railguns and one magnetic accelerator cannon.
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 I like it 
  August 14, 2013
VERY nice design, loving all of the detail, I just want to point out one thing though, a MAC cannon, aka Magnetic Accelerator Cannon, IS a railgun, a railgun is a magnetically propelled weapon.
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  November 21, 2009
shes a great ship man, great shape and it deserves all its comments
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  October 19, 2009
Seeing as Ian will probably miss this, yes, it is.
Ian  Macdonald
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Yatz .
  October 7, 2009
Perfect. But is this that ship that is over/under the COP Hammer?
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  July 18, 2009
Very nice! i love big MOCs, too bad i dont have enough lego to do this... or megablocks... WAAH :'(
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  June 7, 2009
Very nice, I like the shape, please visit my page and review my ships, i could use some input.
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  February 19, 2009
WOW ... now THATS impressive ! ... btw, i'm interested in joining the C.O.P ... i tried joining the group, but i guess you need to approve requests.
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  February 8, 2009
christ that's good!
Ian  Macdonald
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CEO Wraith
  January 21, 2009
looks like a potent warship. how big is a deck in this scale? looking at the bridge of this and the trafalgar it looks like you are using 1 plate=1 deck which means those guns are MASSIVE.
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  December 6, 2007
I like this ship better then some ships i've built / to the people with the NO stud thing how??? else would u show bording action?? as in bording craft
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  December 5, 2007
I'm definately going to have to go against the tide of opinion on this one and state that I LOVE the minifig on the side and the studs. The minifig looks like a giant sombre statue in honour of a great leader/warrior of long ago. Never seen that on a microscale ship before; I think it's brilliant and ties in well with the restrained, no-nonsense colour scheme. And the studs look good here too; sure SNOT is cool, but if EVERY ship has it it's boring. Well done Ian!
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  December 5, 2007
Personally, I cringe at seeing studs on my creations, but to each his own. The overall design looks great and I like the gray coloration. Good work!
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  December 5, 2007
I feel that the design and structure are perfect, but I have some doubts about the color choice and the studs. The mini figure does seem a little bit out of place, even though it's supposed to be a statue.
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  December 5, 2007
Great design and some cool detail work! Personally speaking, some additional color variation and no studs with this one would put it over the top. But, well done nonetheless!!
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  December 5, 2007
I prefer the no-studs look myself, but I'd still be proud to have made this. The monochromatic gray color scheme gives it a very grim purposeful look. I do have to question the minifig on the side there... I'm not sold on that.
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  December 5, 2007
It's a bit studdy, but still awesome. Good job!
 
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