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Dragon Class Cruiser . The Dragon Class Cruiser was designed to be good at many things but a master of none. It's goal is to provide support to other, more specific oriented ships. It has a v-shaped hanger bay with 12 fighters and 4 bomber to provide assistance. Planetary cannons for orbital bombardment are on the bottom. An executive hanger for visiting dignitaries complete with gold trim and a red carpet. 6 turbo lasers, 4 broadside cannons and 12 anti-fighter guns. It measures 58 inches long, 14 inches tall (not including the base) and 18 inches wide. It took nearly 9000 pieces to construct and has 8 LEDs. . This is the front of the ship. Going from left to right are the battle bridges, the shield generator cooling fins, the front shield projectors, the first turbo laser turret, the executive hanger and the command bridge. The battle bridges from the side... ...and from the front. The cooling fins for the shield generator are in the middle of the picture while the port shield projector is to the right. Another shot of it. It's difficult to see but there is a blue glow coming from the shield generator made from 2 LEDs stuck in each end of the engine from the Millennium Falcon Midi-Scale set. The bottom of the same area. Here's the dual command bridges. They each have an LED though it's difficult to tell in this picture. Some of the gold trim in the executive hanger can be seen below it. This is a better shot of the executive hanger with its shuttle inside. The executive hanger from the starboard side. The starboard side again. The executive hanger at the top and the planetary cannons on the bottom. The back of the command bridge and the top of the fighter hanger. The back of the command bridge. The top of the rear half of the ship. One of the turbo laser turrets is near the middle of the picture and port side broadside cannon is near the bottom. More of the rear half. And from a different angle. 6 engines and a bunch of greeble goodness. The port side of the back half with the broadside cannons in the middle (they have a 45 degree firing arc). The v-shaped hanger (30 degree V) goes through the ship with 12 fighters on one side and 4 bombers on the other. The fighter side... …and the bomber side. The bottom of the ship with a focus on the planetary guns. More of the bottom. Going from left to right: The planetary guns, the bottom turbo laser turret and a shield projector. Near the middle of this picture (just to the right of the stand) you may notice a couple of Duplo blocks. These are my son's so I put them in here in his honor as this is the first thing I've built since he was born. More of the bottom of the rear half. The Dragon Class Cruiser on top of my bookcase. Thank you for looking. I'm always looking to improve my creations and ask that you leave any advice you can think of.


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