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UNSC Salvatori . The one the evil respect, the loyal admire, and the foolish fall before. . This took me a few days to build, and I am very happy with the end result. Armament- 1 Heavy Magnetic Accelerator Cannon (MAC) 150 Archer Missile Pods (ARPs) 80 Point Defense Turrets (PDTs) 2 Shiva Nuclear Warheads 90 Javelin Missile Launchers With all that can you believe it is meant for troop deployment? Class- Jericho Class Carrier Length- 2.3 kilometers Crew- 750 persons Cargo- Able to hold over 100 vehicles and about 1000 soldiers. The UNSC has a fine array of ships, but this is one of the largest and strongest. The Jericho Class Carrier may be built for a fight, but its main purpose is to deploy valiant soldiers. When attacking an Enemy World the UNSC fleet will attack enemy ships while the Carrier goes to geosynchronous orbit, and begins deploying Marines, ODSTs, Vehicles, and on Rare occasion Spartans. When building ships the UNSC starts with the back, so in your tour you shall as well. For the back I tried out a Halcyon Cruiser look, it turned out well. The blue transparent pieces on the engines were an after-thought that I am glad I added. This is the only part of the ship I donít like. It didnít look right any way I built it so I eventually settled with this. Iíll probably go back and revise it though. We shall now move on to the middle part of this ship. The most noticeable part of this section, and maybe the whole ship, is the main hanger. In case youíre wondering: yes the hanger does have doors, and yes its big because itís a carrier. I would have detailed it if it wasnít so small, a 6x2x2 space isnít much room to work with. I did attempt some rather large doors though. I didnít want this ship to be overly greebled, but I did put some in so it wasnít so bland. Also on that 1x4 flat tile should be the name of the ship ĎSalvatori,í but I didnít have the time to make a decal. Two engines on either side turn the ship. Maybe one of those most obvious oddities on the ship are these four tanks. When two chemicals are mixed in the tank there is an explosion that propels the ship out of the way of an incoming object. Now to the front. The front features the ships most important two things: the MAC, and the Bridge. In this shot we see both the bridge and the MAC; the bridge being the blue, and the MAC being the Tubular opening on the bow. By the way, I really like the shadows in some of these pictures. I had originally planned to have a more ĎCruiser-likeí front, but I didnít have a picture, so I made it like this. The golden transparent pieces are just there for style. I made the tip of the ship flat becauseÖ actually I donít know this one. A view of the ship from the ground. If you are unlucky enough to be standing here when youíre not on the UNSCís side, you had better run for your life, or at least tryÖ I unfortunately didnít have another grey whatís-it-called piece(there is currently a blue one there), and a dark grey slope. Donít go yet! We arenít finished! I took of a panel and lifted another to show you the boring interior. 27 studs long, or tall in this shot. Itís so exhilarating to hold such beauty and power in the palm of my hand. If you can handle it please RATE and COMMENT!


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