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BSF-32.2 "Coatl" . ArcheoGenis' brand new biomechanical space fighter will bring the fight to a whole new level! . The Bio Space Fighter 32.2 "Coatl" is a light weight, short range space fighter. It's usually employed as a complement to capital ships or space bases, as it is not capable of atmospheric flight. Because of the shape and size, enemy forces often refer to all BSF-30 class fighters as "Mosquitoes". The Coatl features all the usual ArcheoGenis technologies, like regenerative structure and Bionite coating. Its "wings" are power panels, used to recharge the Core. It's powered by a Brain Core and co-piloted by an EAP (Evolved Artificial Personality). Command units are sometimes equipped with a Psi-array, if the pilot requires it. It's armed with a double Stream Gun and a De-Molecularizer on its stinger, and its "beak" can inject disruptive nanobots into hull breaches of any size. It's protected by extensive Power Shields. Because of the high energy requirements, the Coatl's autonomy in combat is below the standards of other fighters of similar class. Detail of the side in Combat Mode, without wings. Detail of the side in Cruise Mode, without wings. Detail of the side in Cruise Mode, with wings. Cockpit open. Blacklight! Note #1: I wanted to do something new, so I tried out some of those annoying angles I've been seeing around. Note#2: no, it's not easy to change configuration. It slides quite easily into position, but those 1x1 with hinge that hold the canopy are hard to move. Liked it? Let me know :)


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