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Behemoth-Class UNSC Frigate "The Desert's Spirit" . Built August 2012. . Note: This backstory is completely from my imagination. The Behemoth-Class Frigate, "The Desert's Spirit," began its lengthy term of service around 2549. It fought victoriously throughout the remainder of the Covenant-Human War. It was constructed at a dry-dock on the high desert of California. Its name was derived from its ability to maintain a semi-invisible status similar to a Spartan's Active Camo. In 2612, it mysteriously disappeared while investigating a Forerunner installation. "The Desert's Spirit" was one humanity's greatest feats of engineering - at 23,550 ft. long, this ship was truly massive! A Covenant Corvette is shown for comparison. The front of the ship was equipped with a stunning array of armament: 2 heavy coilguns and a behemoth-class coilgun (inside and at the back of the ship's front grooves) and a nuclear warhead launcher. Other armament includes additional warheads, hundreds of ODST Drop-Pods, and thousands of .88 - .379 mm cannons. ODST Drop-Pod bays (each stud represents approx. 10 Pods) and observation deck/science lab (on bottom of ship). Docking bays and bridge. Yuuuummmm, greebles! :P The engines. Also, I wanted to make this clear, but I loosely based this ship on a UNSC Frigate, so I used some artistic freedom. The "wings" on this are supposed to be where they are. In extreme circumstances, the entire bridge can deploy from the main ship. Thanks for looking! :)


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