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Invasion of the Mysterions!
The things from beyond space!
About this creation
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Gathered here are some holographs of the few strange Mysterion ships that we have managed to have captured on film so far. The total number of Mysterion ships sighted is well over one hundred but few have been studied in any detail. Each ship is unique and is not seen twice. Moreover, they appear to have individual personalities; some are noted as behaving aggressively while others seem merely curious and do not attack. And we can only speculate as to the significance of the different coloured "cubes", perhaps some kind of alien caste system? Just who, or what, is piloting them? Will we see more of these enigmatic visitors in the future? Only time will tell....

Object 7:
One of the first wave of Mysterions, this craft was seen tailing various transports in the Tygo sector.




Object 12:
This small ship was found attached to the hull of a Ciridian battlecruiser by a rather surprised maintainence droid. The craft promptly detached of it's own accord and jumped to hyperspace. No damage was found on the battlecrusier.





Object 39:
Another smaller Mysterion vessel, Object 39 was spotted near Olympus Mons on Mars. A family holidaying at the resort there had a close encounter with it. One of the children actually made contact with the ship itself. The child is reported to have said the craft felt "warm". Soonafter he slipped into a coma where he remains to this day.




Object 43:
This ship appeared to move by translocation; appearing in one location for a few minutes only to disappear and materialise somewhere else entirely, often out of the line of sight.




Object 72:
One of the larger Mysterions, this craft was found on a moonlet of Xiadene.




Object 87:
This ship has been seen in several systems recently making long elliptical sweeps of the ecliptic plane. It makes exactly 33 runs of a given area before moving on to the next one, almost as if it's "sifting for something", one eyewitness said.




Object 98:
This Mysterion actually attacked three patrol ships off Lonhume 7, destroying 2 and badly damaging the third before jumping to hyperspace. Datalogs from the surviving patrol ship indicate that Object 98 fired first. It has not been seen since.




Object 117:
Found in a decaying orbit around the moon of Baargnord, this Mysterion appears, for want of a better word, to be 'dead'. The discoverers returned to the Baargnord outpost to report their find and download these pictures. However when an analysis team was sent to investigate further the craft had vanished.




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Comments

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  May 17, 2009
I never saw these before! I'd like to have them in "Mysterion Lovers"!
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  February 27, 2009
When I saw the Title "Mysterions" I was confused and thought someone had found a way to turn "Captain Scarlet" into LEGO from. But saddly no :( These are still cool though too
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  February 27, 2009
When I saw the Title "Mysterions" I was confused and thought someone had found a way to turn "Captin Scarlet" into LEGO from. But saddly no :( These are still cool though too
  February 23, 2009
It takes an insane amount of awesomeness for me to leave the computer on while I'm building one in the other room! These are great. I particularly like object 98. It's just insane! I can't wait to get in on this with mine. Great job!
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  February 22, 2009
Another great moment of creativity by the master of originality !
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  February 18, 2009
Hi, Shannon. These are really great. I'm thinking of making myself one. I have a few questions, though: do they all have to be space ships, or can it be some kind of ground vehicle; can it have weapons; does the body have to be only one color? Great theme, Shannon, and i look forward to the bandwagon on Flickr.
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  February 17, 2009
Very sweet builds, Shannon. I love that last one. =)
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  February 14, 2009
Very nice builds, love the ideas!
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  February 14, 2009
Very nice builds, love the ideas!
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  February 14, 2009
Wow there's a lot of those. Lots of good building here, and they all seem very weird and creepy. Nicely done!
Shannon Ocean
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George Kemper
  February 13, 2009
They looks sweet. Nice job.-George
Shannon Ocean
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Sir Xele Deadly
  February 13, 2009
Cool. I think I'll make one.
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  February 13, 2009
You know, I caught a quick peek of this this morning before I went home from work but didn't have enough time to leave a comment. Sorry bout that. Anyway, the first one reminds me of that game frogger from the 80's after you "almost" make it to the other side. And, I was wondering... can I get one of those Object 39's. My daughter's a bit of an insomniac. No, just checking. Nice one ShannO! ~ Chris.
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  February 13, 2009
You know, I caught a quick peek of this this morning before I went home from work but didn't have enough time to leave a comment. Sorry bout that. Anyway, the first one reminds me of that game frogger from the 80's after you "almost" make it to the other side. And, I was wondering... can I get one of those Object 39's. My daughter's a bit of an insomniac. No, just checking. Nice one ShannO! ~ Chris.
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  February 13, 2009
Thank you eveyone for your comments. Sly: hehe that's actually pretty close to my thought process while building... Willis: yeah if you want to change the scale that's cool. I was thinking about doing a Mysterion "nursery" ship carrying lots of smaller boxes. Just remember to keep the proportion roughly the same: 2 bricks thick on each side and 2 plates in the middle is the standard size so a smaller one would have 1 brick on either side and one plate in the middle. And same for larger (I think...) Joris: I'm going to try. Don't like my chances though and I still haven't any ideas!
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  February 13, 2009
I saw most of them at your Flickr account, and I like them all, every time I see them, I impresse again and again, great job Shannon >>> peace.. Fofo
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  February 13, 2009
I tried building a ship in your style once. It went something like this: "Okay, what would Shannon Ocean do? Well, he'd have some weird antenna-looking thing sticking off here... some crazy shape over here... no, don't duplicate it on the other side, symmetry is your thing, not his! Where were we... right, make it look insectile... no, like a bacterium! No, like a 3D Jackson Pollack thing! Gah, what a mess. Better blow it up and start from scratch. Okay, some odd skeletal-looking structure here... some weird radar dish/hose combo over here... something like wings sticking off over here... man, this thing is fugly. Grrrr! Okay, stop. I need to think like him. He doesn't make weird for weirdness' sake. There's a method to his madness. Pick some oddball ship concept and go with it... fractals! A fractal ship, yeah, he'd totally do something like that! Okay, make a shape here... replicate with variation here... replicate the variation with a variation here... and so on... and so on... hmmm, this doesn't look good at all, it just looks like a blob of random parts. How does he do it?"
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  February 13, 2009
So you already have 8?! Nice! I built one last night in a half-awake stupor. It would be cool if anyone who builds one would keep the object number below 117; then we could all try to fill in ALL the missing numbers. These are really excellent and the back stories are great! Hopefully this will help all those people who just don't get it to better understand.
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  February 13, 2009
Wow, Object 98 looks a little like something I had whipped up. Hmmm, looking good!
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  February 13, 2009
These are probably some of the most unique MOCs I've seen! The backstory for each is a great touch!
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  February 13, 2009
Fantastic! I love these ships!
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  February 13, 2009
absolutely fantastic idea for an alternative VOAT! Now, there's no reason at all to hold back on creating these "mysterions". good thinking on naming them too!
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  February 13, 2009
Nice! Can't wait till this theme gets into the hands of a SKILLED builder! ;)
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  February 13, 2009
Neat idea Shannon. Good original alieny looking designs.
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  February 13, 2009
Arrrrggghhhh! Aliens! Cool concept. Some neat looking ships. see ya. garth
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  February 13, 2009
Hmmm, "Mysterions..." Intriguing. Changes in the colors of the box is a good idea, it allows for much more versatility in design. Nice collection :)
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  February 13, 2009
Umm, I thought I rated this 5/5 the first time. Glitch!
  February 13, 2009
Very interesting, I must look into building one of these Mysterions. I have a guideline question though: Does the box have to be a specific volume?
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  February 13, 2009
Those look cool. Are you going to enter Peter's starfighter contest too?
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  February 13, 2009
I like the styles on all of these, and the backstories are very well-written. Some of the sleeker ones, especially 72, might look better with old-style VOAT cockpits.
 
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