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Dragonstar
The Dragonstar is a powerful destroyer in the Space Force fleet
About this creation

The Dragonstar firing it's powerful main guns!

The Dragonstar is a space battleship in the Lego Space Force fleet. It is a destroyer-class vessel with a crew of nine. It's armament includes particle cannons, torpedoes, robot fighters and the Wave Motion gun. The model is built to Lego minifigure scale and is 163 studs long, 40 studs wide, and 46 bricks tall from the ventral fin to the bridge tower. The model contains over 15,000 Lego pieces and weighs about 30 lbs.



It took me about 5 months to make the Dragonstar. Initially, I made the model for display at Brickswest 2003. I followed the same building style I established with my earlier capital ship models (castle walls, baseplates, etc.) and made Dragonstar a "ship of the line." Of course, it was an improvement over the earlier ships in many ways. However, my first attempt needed improvement. The hull was boxy and the underside lacked any detail because I built it with 16 X 32 baseplates.

So I amassed many, many gray slopes, tore apart the top and bottom of the ship and redesigned it. Along the way, I made other improvements such as redesigning the main guns (thanks to tips from Kyle Keppler) and applying more detail to the exterior. The result is the model displayed here.



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   My favorite view of Dragonstar, capturing the heavy Star Blazers influence.



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   This starboard view of Dragonstar shows it's lateral and ventral weaponry, enabling the ship to fire in almost any direction. Note that the lateral missile bays are angled 45 degrees forward and backward to increase Dragonstar's firing field



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   This rear view shows Dragonstar's propulsion system. Dragonstar has a central Wave Motion Engine for warp/hypersapce travel and lateral main thrusters for combat maneuvering.



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   The business end of Dragonstar--the Wave Motion Gun. This doomsday sort of weapon emits a powerful highly charged tachyon beam that wipes out anything in it's path and within range.



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   A split view of the top and bottom. Unlike my cap ships before, Dragonstar features an underside as detailed (if not more) as the top and sides of the ship.



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   A view from above of the bridge.



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   Seated at command for Dragonstar's maiden voyage is the Grand Admiral of the Space Force. In front of him are the navigator and pilot stations. Behind him in this view are stations for science and communication. Also visible in the back is the ladderwell leading up from the main deck.



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   Seated behind the GA in this view are stations for engineering and fire control. In back is the ladderwell down to the main deck.



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   A full interior view of the main deck. From the left is the Wave Motion Gun and control room, then main airlocks, crew quarters, ladderwell, and main engine room.



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   Dragnstar's interior was inspired mainly by the Discovery in "2001: A Space Odyssey." The stark and sterile monochrome interior, accented by the studless floors, adds to the futuristic look. The floors were created by laying a stack of 1 x 1 white bricks and gray plates on the side. In retrospect, the interior seems a bit too clean for this kind of ship.



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   A sequence of shots of the doors to the main airlock bulkhead.



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   Inside the engine control room looking forward through crew cabin. I removed the engine to get this shot.



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   Inside the crew cabin looking toward the airlock accessway and Wave Motion Gun control room.



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   Inside the Wave Motion Gun control room looking all the way back to the engine room. "Hovering" next to the crewman is a robot assistant. These robots interface with the ships's automated systems and help crew monitor shipboard functions and perform certain repairs.



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   An exterior view of the main airlock door, closed.



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   Main airlock door open. Note the contrast between Dragonstar's gritty, utilitarian exterior and clean, minimalist interior.



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   On the underside of the ship, just aft of the ventral fin, are bays for 4 droid fighters. The droid fighters are primarilly for defense but can serve as scouts or decoys.



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   A single droid fighter with a human minifig for scale.



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   A view of the engine room from above.



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   A closer view of the engine room reveals some of the wiring and conduits under the floor grating.



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   The main engine unit by itself, with a human minifog for scale. The main engine uses a matter/anti-matter fusion reactor to generate warp/hyperspace power. Like the rest of Dragonstar's interior, the details on the engine are very minimal. I wanted to convey a sense of power within a compact and simple design.



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   Main engine exhaust grid.



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   A single main gun turret. The main guns project a powerful energy beam that can penetrate most energy shields and destroys armor at the molecular level.



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   Another view of a main gun turret showing how the barrels move independently. Thanks to Kyle Keppler for inspiring the design and tilting mechanics.



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   A dozen space mines are stored underneath the ship, below the main engine. The space mines are equipped with thrusters and magnetic field emitters to guide them closer to targets, as well as sensors to detect enemy vessels.



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   A single space mine with a human minifig for scale. The grinning minifig staning aside a high yield mine inspired someone to title this picture: "Smile! Hull crushing death awaits you."



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   Dragonstar's powerful Wave Motion Gun, as seen from above.



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   Space! Dragonstar in it's element.



Comments

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  May 4, 2013
Sorry about the lack of respect I know that creativity is priceless .You should have seen how hard it is to lay here in my country there is lego brick store where you can buy individually and less for basic contruction.All I want is to build a spaceship and leave ornaments in my room and now with this give a rest to my great hobby that are laymen... My sincere respect for a person like you who has great creativity that you have daniel jassim
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  February 25, 2013
Quoting Andy Calladine I'm just starting to design My Own capital ship In LDD, with the intents to make it into reality eventually Do you use that first to get a feel for your shapes? How do you know what parts you're going to need? Any tips would be gratefully recieved and thank you again for the inspiration
Thanks Andy. I've only used LDD a few times. For me, using real bricks is the only way I know to build. As far as part selection, it all depends on what building approach I'm taking. If I'm building from an original sketched design then I have to consider which combination of Lego parts will best yield the shape or angle I'm after. But if my approach is driven by a part itself then I'm basically building around it. I've found that common starting points for a design are new parts, windscreens in particular, or single part used repeatedly in series to create a certain shape. Sometimes I'll see a part and say "That would make an interesting front end for a spaceship" and then I'm off.
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  February 25, 2013
Quoting jose vallecillo I know the inspiration and work you devote to each of their models is priceless but I would like to buy this model I will not sell them but at least a manual of instructions should make and sell my email rivalto@hotmail.com
Hi Jose. This model no longer exists. It was taken apart a long time ago. Unfortunately for me to create instructions in digital form for this or any of my other large spaceship models would be painstakingly difficult and extremely time consuming. At most, instructions for fighter-sized creations might be possible.
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  October 1, 2012
I know the inspiration and work you devote to each of their models is priceless but I would like to buy this model I will not sell them but at least a manual of instructions should make and sell my email rivalto@hotmail.com
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  August 21, 2012
I'm just starting to design My Own capital ship In LDD, with the intents to make it into reality eventually Do you use that first to get a feel for your shapes? How do you know what parts you're going to need? Any tips would be gratefully recieved and thank you again for the inspiration
Daniel Jassim
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Alex Storm
  August 16, 2012
Very nice mate, I just watched the live action film Yamato yesterday and I really enjoyed it. Wave motion gun was a monster, I thought it was a tad too good to make things a fair fight, but still was pretty awesome. Great inspiration and representation.
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  August 16, 2012
It is a vary nice ship and I wonder if it is possible to make on ldd.
Daniel Jassim
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TriedCascade 13
  July 6, 2012
Everything you make exceeds expectations!
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  May 23, 2012
Dude I love the wave motion gun it's like the best weapon ever. Love the build too!
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  February 18, 2012
That is Excellent.
  February 3, 2012
Beautiful Ship, bro. - Reminds me of the Yamato from StarBlazers. Way cool execution of interior details. At first, though, I got the impression that this would be larger than minifig-scale. Nevertheless, truly great build here. - Huss Q.
  January 24, 2012
the detail on this thing is amazing....
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  January 24, 2012
Very impressive build, this is awesome!
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  January 24, 2012
Fantastic, inside and out! This was a major contributing factor, along with your 'Explorer', to my return to LEGO - once I saw your ships, I couldn't resist. Thank you!
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  January 22, 2012
Amazing! How did you make those pictures of the ship Firing?
  October 25, 2011
Simply amazing, if I new how to favourite a creation I would :D
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  September 28, 2011
breathtaking, love the intierior, it inspiors me to try a microscale version
  August 17, 2011
Its a great creation! I think, it was after seeing one of your big spacecrafts that I wanted to make large spaceships. However I'm having some trouble with it. If you've got any tips they'd be welcome. Thanks.
  April 17, 2011
Another awesome veissel in your space fleet! Bravo! How long is it? That would be great if you can come and check this: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/252434 :-)
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  April 7, 2011
I like it. Although it tries to fit far too much in a small volume, the whole design works both aestetically and functionally.
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  January 23, 2011
Can You make a tutorial on how to make a lego star ship? Where to get the minifigs and pieces? From bricklink? And how much does it cost? How to make the basic structure? How to do detail work?
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  December 23, 2010
My god thats beautiful, i love how you incorporated the wave-gun, i'm a big fan of star blazers and lego star-ships, this is my new favorite. great job!!
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  December 14, 2010
0.0
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  November 30, 2010
This is unbelievable, i am speechless...
  October 15, 2010
Stunning detail. The hallways in particular are very impressive.
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  October 2, 2010
That is an absolutely stunning battleship! So many greebles. So well designed and so brilliant! Awesome job, 3 months well spent. The LRF (Legonian Republic Forces) would love to have this in their fleet . http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/480
  September 12, 2010
Great looking ship! awesome details. I need to build my lego colection so I can one day try to build something this scale! thanks for the inspiration!
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  September 9, 2010
I remember this thing of beauty from back in the day at brickshelf/lugnet. Wow, great job still!
  August 2, 2010
this is a very nice creation. i am fascinated with the fine details, and time you have placed into this .
Daniel Jassim
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Manthan Dutta
  June 18, 2010
AWESOME
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  May 22, 2010
Awesome details, inside as well as outside
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  May 21, 2010
I know the Regent got MOC of the day, but I like this one the best. Great work!
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  May 18, 2010
OMG this is sooo awesome 0_o
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  February 28, 2010
this looks great =), and it has tons of detais ;)
Daniel Jassim
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Sven M
  December 27, 2009
That's one mean ship! It's just stunning how much detail there is to discover.
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  December 20, 2009
This thing is huge. The amount of detail and size is mind-boggling. Great work!
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  December 6, 2009
So awsome this M.O.C has gavve me an idear for my own. But it probaly wont be as big and cool as yours, ill give it a go thogh
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  November 28, 2009
"Wave Motion Gun", eh? With apologies to "Starblazers"? Or as it was known in Japan, "Space Battleship Yamato"? Cool boat, but a little credit to your sources would be nice. :P
  November 6, 2009
awesome!
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  November 1, 2009
I really like your battleship, can you send me instructions plase
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  October 28, 2009
Amazing, love the greebles
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  August 29, 2009
Two of my biggest childhood memories are legos and Star Blazers. This is just beautiful.
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  August 13, 2009
This is without a doubt a sweet creation. As Darth Vader would say, impressive, most impressive!
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  July 31, 2009
*sniff*, so beautiful! a bastion o LEGO magnificence in Space!
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  June 7, 2009
I like your design. Persaonally, I like the engines and the big cannons the most, too. By the way, a very similar design for them would also work on a classic LEGO battleship, too. How many studs long is your capital ship anyway? Personally, I like wings on a capital space craft myself but that is only because of the cool idea of what I call the "hidden armada" philosophy. I will explain more of that later. Anyway, I would love to work with you on a project but since I have mostly bulk sets, I can not do the color scheme or only three to four colors on a vessel, that, and I only have about 10,000-20,000 pieces total in my collection. Are you interested in helping me out, Daniel? Please let me know in a return post. Thank you.
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  May 31, 2009
This ship is soo amazing. Looking at your previous big ships I can see that this was your break through vessel.
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  May 31, 2009
Great design... Aesthetically pleasing.
  May 16, 2009
This vesssel is beyond words...and will someone explain why there is a 'gunny' after my name?
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  May 14, 2009
One of the first 'super-MOCs' that i saw once i was back into lego and a great inspiration. Great detailing. Superb.
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  May 5, 2009
THE DRAGONSTAR IS FIRIN' IT'S LASER! Jokes aside, great work! Love the huge amount of detailing and realism you put on all your models!
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  May 2, 2009
Awesome battleship! Very classic look, and a maniacal level of detail!
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  May 1, 2009
This is great! This is right up there with Thomas Benedict!
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  March 28, 2009
Just BEAUTIFUL...I'm a huge Star Blazers fan and this does the Argo proud. It's probably the coolest Lego creation I have ever seen...
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  March 14, 2009
Nice, really nice! Is it over 3 foot long? If so, I'd like to invite you to join mt new group, 'Only BIG spaceships'. Drop me a line if you want to. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/2070
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  February 12, 2009
So much details..... So cool!
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  February 1, 2009
not too smart putting mines under the main engine.lol
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  January 23, 2009
However many comments i've added to this MOC, I would just like to say...I'm looking forward to the posting of one of your SHIPs that I saw on Brickshelf...Minotaur I think? Yeah thats it.
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  January 22, 2009
Its big daddy Jasim! Ahhhh Run! Run and look close at the details and graphics! Always a pleasure! Rock on Dan, your friend, Eric Sophie.
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  January 13, 2009
DUDE! THATS AWSOME!
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  January 1, 2009
Awesome SHIP! Come check out my SHIP!
Daniel Jassim
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The Lego Man The Lego Man
  December 29, 2008
amazing..
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  December 21, 2008
Incredible. Amazing. Marvelous. Astonishing. (I'd go on, but this one comment would take the whole page if I did) Excellent job!
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  December 14, 2008
Ok,, this is like, the 3rd time i've commented on this ship. The two other times were praise, this time, i'm gonna put Dragonstar to the test. If you read this, please has a look at my 1st SHIP, Overlord. Anyway, i'll skip to the point. Those main turrets can penetrate MOST energy shields but Overlords shields are raw energy. And Overlord has an Anti-matter cannon, pretty much destroying anything at the atomic level instead of molecular. Oh well, who'll win in a fight then?? No war was intended.
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  December 13, 2008
One heluva SHIP. This is amazing!
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  November 29, 2008
this one is , almost... the basis for my next SHIP, together with the Regent, they inspired my SHIP. ~Martin
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  November 29, 2008
It's beatiful! I would love to see it in action ;P
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  November 29, 2008
this one is certainly my favourite because it is a perfect blend of Classic Space and modern Space. ~Martin
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  November 25, 2008
Wow. That's incredible. The sort of ship I dream of having the pieces to build.
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  November 23, 2008
I have visited lots of other peoples creatios but yours still at some of the best
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  November 22, 2008
Wow that the best ship ever I have seen in my life.
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  November 18, 2008
if it was all in white with the yellow as bnlack it would be a really cool stormtrooper ship.
Daniel Jassim
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kristian southerton
  November 9, 2008
very very nice. this sure was an ispiration to me
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  October 29, 2008
Woah! How do you even go about constructing something like this? lol.. Do you have instructions?
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  October 24, 2008
It's very nice. My only gripe is that the crew seems a little too cheerful. They're all smiles. Its kinda freaky.
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  October 22, 2008
I'm not to sure if i reviewed this before. Oh well. GOOD GRIEF!! IT'S AMAZING! I wonder if my entire fleet of ships would stand a chance against this. I'm always getting new technologies discovered...wait a moment...'murmur in background'...Ok, err, turns out we've just made an autohacking tool, designed to hack enemy capital ships...your not an enemy.
Daniel Jassim
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duncan life
  October 17, 2008
awesome!!!!!!!!!!! (duncans jaw drops 17 feet)
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  October 14, 2008
OH MY
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  September 25, 2008
good frick!!!!
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  August 9, 2008
Absolutely incredible. I spent an hour looking at evry single picture. Again and again and again. Amazing! A work of art, I LOVE IT!!!
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  July 23, 2008
sorry, wait a minute, im picking up my jaw from da floor. this thing is LARGE, l33t and cool. this thing could destroy galaxys. great job!!!
Daniel Jassim
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Cody Emig
  July 11, 2008
PERFECT!!! I'll Pay anything to have it! i just want one! or at least give directions Im also into the type of thing but 1. i have around 2000-3000 legos ive built tons of things but it seems my drawers are always full! and 2. WHERE DO YOU GET ALL THE PERFECTLY COLORED LEGOS FOR IT!!!
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  June 29, 2008
totally awesome maybe you can change it a little bit so it's suited for starwars en clonetroopers(I just love clones:P) and you can make some service/resting stations for droids (r2-d2 like) I hope to see more creations of this type,
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  June 27, 2008
The world hasn't invented a word that describes how awsome this creation is.
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  June 8, 2008
IT'S SO AWESOME I NEED ALL CAPS FOR THE COMMENT!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!
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  May 26, 2008
OMG!!!! it looks like the Argo from "star blazers"!!!!!!!!!!!!111
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  May 10, 2008
WOW!This is so brilliant!This is an amazing MOC!
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  April 25, 2008
I love the Star Blazers influence from the Yamato. I really enjoyed that cartoon as a kid and aspects of that design have influenced me since then. Great build and thanks for the memory of a really good cartoon from that time.
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  April 6, 2008
Great job daniel!This is definetly one of your finest creations.You could have at least added a cafeteria,restrooms,a hnger etc. like your other mocs, but great job anyway!!!!!!!!!
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  March 21, 2008
Quite simply the greatest LEGO spaceship ever built. Nothing more to say. :)
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  March 18, 2008
omg that is one of the most amazing lego models I have ever seen! really awesome weapons+outside detail.must have taken ages to make. were did you get allthose pieces?
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  February 18, 2008
I don't even know why I am writing a review,you haven't posted anything for two years
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  February 17, 2008
Amazing detail, nice ship... did u do a lot of bricklinking?
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  February 15, 2008
It looks like the L.M.S. Explorer from Rock Raiders.
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  January 20, 2008
this is an exallent creation i would pay double the price to have that i definatly would can you se and review my models.
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  January 13, 2008
This is the epitome of insparation. Great job!
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  January 3, 2008
i want it. i need it. i must have it!!!!! nice moc. who am i kidding its a excellent moc hands down.
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  December 18, 2007
Fantastic!!! It is so amazingly huge! I can't believe it! If you have time please check out my creations.
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  December 15, 2007
I love the DragonStar! It's a great ship! Magnificent weapons and design! IT's great! I would have given it seven LEGO heads insted of 5 if I was able to. Please check out my LEGO creations when you get the chance. Thanks!
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  December 14, 2007
Hey Daniel I love all of your creations and I was wandering if you have the plans for this and the falcon. I would love to see them to try and build one just for my own personal enjoyment. Keep up the great work. chris
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  December 1, 2007
My favourite Capital SHIP on Mocpages. It was a huge influence on the construction of my own capital SHIP. Especially the bridge. I remember first seeing this as I was coming out of my dark ages in '05. It blew my mind wide open to the possibilities with LEGO and I haven't looked back since. Daniel, thank you for helping get me out of the dark ages and all the inspiration that followed.
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  October 30, 2007
Very nice! I always loved your huge starships... and your abundant supply of Classic Space figs. It must have cost you a fortune on Bricklink! Anyways, I was wondering if you would like to join the Classic Space Alliance... to get more people to build in the wonderful area of Classic Space? If you want to, just leave a review telling me so... if you don't want to, just ignore me! Thanks! -The Essence
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  October 7, 2007
Oh my god that is the most amazing thing I've seen in a while. And you gave a great description of it to.
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  October 4, 2007
An original MOCpages classic. Who hasn't seen it?
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  September 1, 2007
Thats prettiy f-ing sweet! Great colorscheme and awsome detail!
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  August 25, 2007
I need some tips from you. THIS IS GREAT!!!
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  August 5, 2007
WOOOO BEST BATTLESHIP EVER
Daniel Jassim
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mindrunner -
  August 2, 2007
Dragonstar is one of the most impressive gunships I've ever seen. Your work is an inspiration for me.
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  July 8, 2007
Wow! This is by far my favorite LEGO creation I've seen so far. It is just amazing. The colors look nice, and having that many bricks is an accomplishment in itself! I could never dream of making something this big. It just is, well "Wow!"
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  March 27, 2007
its better than women!!!
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  March 19, 2007
WOOAAAHHHHHHHH!!!! Incredible model! This has great inspiration for a sci-fic book I'm writing (I won't copy it though), as well as my Allegiance-class light cruiser(see it on my page). Great model! Oh, if you ever want some shots of sci-fic troopers to Photoshop into the interior, I've got some that I'd be glad to send pics of. Check 'em out at my page (Squad 13).
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  December 24, 2006
you are a pure aritst at lego and its as if its from something you have a brilliant imagination and ideas. i couldnt dream of making something like this and the interior at the start reminds me of the shiny white tantive IV
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  November 6, 2006
Great ship! blows mine away! Must have taken a long time to make. very impressive!
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  November 1, 2006
You have created a dream in a physical form, IT IS SO AWESOME!!!
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  August 21, 2006
Great ship here Dan! I've actually followed your building for quite some time. The articulated gun barrels on the turret are a great touch and the attention to detail is excellent as always. In answer to your question to me, the R-Wing contest can be found in the Contest Forum at From Bricks to Bothans. (www.fbtb.net) Sadly, that contest has been closed to new entries and the second round of voting is the next phase. FBTB runs contests every other month and I'm sure we'd love to have you join in!
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  January 4, 2006
will you plese make an ultimate ship or a giant base
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  October 31, 2005
This is a very good creation and i love it very much i would really like to make one sometime. (i am only 11)
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  March 28, 2005
Awsome. The only thing I wonder about is the safety of storing explosive mines unprotected under the main engine.;)
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  February 23, 2005
I love all of the stuff you have made but this one is the coolest. Everything is perfect except for the crew...they look a little "old style lego" they need a makeover. Still, this is my favorite sight on the web. Please make more!
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  August 11, 2004
Wow... That is incredible... My entire Junkyard Armada would have a hard time taking on a ship with that kind of weaponry (even though I haven't posted all of my ships yet).
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  August 6, 2004
An inspiration to all. Your LEGO sets are all amazing!
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  July 22, 2004
THe best looking capital ship i have seen. Better than all the rest. Much better. The bridge, guns and the interior are all very cool. But there is one suggestion i make. In my opinion, the ship is a tiny bit too tall and a little too thin. But even still, good enough to blow my mind
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  June 2, 2004
this is great fantastic
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  April 25, 2004
Hmmm....The SF could use a ship like this, or the person who built it! how much are you getting paid?
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  March 7, 2004
This is the best capital ship I have ever seen. The cannon design, interior, and greebs are all superb.
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  January 17, 2004
Wow! this ship is sweet! What I really liked about it (beside the awsome greeblies, the powerful looking cannons, the deadly looking mines, and the cool bridge,) is that you DID NOT use the base plates. I really dislike the use of them on ships. Five stars most definently
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  August 15, 2003
Certainly the capital ship that looks most like it would be an auctual military ship
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  July 30, 2003
Good God it's beautiful!! Excellent work. I really like the way you built some parts sideways or even upside down. Love the greeblies.
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  May 5, 2003
Great ship, many details, thanks for showing it
 
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