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Planetary Patroler
Don't Invade my planet!
About this creation
The Planetary Patroler was used to defend planetary systems so that assault fighters could be used else were. It is a small two man fighter that packs a punch. It has two fixed light laser cannons that face forward and two moving heavy repeating blaster cannons mounted on the back. The Gunner controls the two moveable weapons and is responsible for taking out any enemy fighters on their tail. Despite its small size the ship is heavily armored and can take quite a beating. A spuadron of Planetary Patrolers could effectively defend their sector of the planet from enemy fighters and bombers long enough for re-enforcements to arrive. A single planet often had three to five squadrons of these fighters patrol the space around it at any given time making very difficult for any invaders or pirates looking to cause trouble in the system.

I was just bored and started messing with the 8x8 dishes and it kinda evolved into this. I really like it and hope you do too. thanks for comments and check out my other mocs.
Download the file to get a better look if you have LDraw here:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=e02512cbfbdadb5aab1eab3e9fa335ca6c3034e82682e734














Comments

 I like it 
  November 11, 2008
GIT OFF MAH PLANETZ! I really like the old dark grey(?).
 I like it 
  November 11, 2008
Cool! I like it!
 
By Kenny Hanson
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