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Firebreath very low orbit starfighter . The Firebreath is a Very Low Orbit (VLO) and high atmospheric fighter. It is both fast and well armoured. Its long tail makes it very recognisable. . Going for the kill. The Firebreath is the first thing I built in this colour scheme that I am completely happy with. This is expecially nice since the parts I used come from a ship that I consider a complete failure. Top and bottom view. I like the greebles on top and the little VTOL-thrusters on the bottom. Inside the tail is a retractable landing stand. Front and back. Let's give the statistics guys some data here: Crew: 1 Speed (atmospheric): 1350km/h Speed (orbital): 45G Operational time (patrol mode): 4.5 hours Operational time (combat mode): 2.5 hours Engines: 6 (2 orbital, 4 atmospherical) VTOL thusters: 7 + 2 Weapons: 8-barrel minigun Length: very sufficient, thankyouverymuch A happy pilot and a closer look at the greebles. Yes? Same as the splash image, but without the background. I like the sleek sides, which gives it a well-armoured look. Backside (high and low). Flyover shot. Another close look at the body of the ship. Really loving that big exhaust in the centre. Oh yes! The landing stand extended from underneath the tail. It fits neatly under there and it makes it stand pretty steadily.


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