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Sector-B Spaceyards (Jullux 500!) . The Jullux 500, a Spacecraft with the ability to separate, like the W-Wing... . The Jullux 500 separates into two spaceships, each with its own engine systems. A pilot section has its own blaster and the cargo section holds a cargo box. Together, it is similar to a W-Wing in that it is shaped like a "J!" The pilot section is controlled by a SBSY BUD, and the cargo section is automatic. Jullux 5000 energy beam emitter is more powerful than you might think... The weapon blasts holes in plenty of vehicles. Weapons: One large energy beam emitter, Pilot-Section. Energy Shields. Propulsion: SuperBusters, both pilot and cargo have them. Jump-Drive, Pilot-Section, (separation.) Cargo: Storage Box (cargo section.) One Pilot. Others: Controlled by a SBSY HUD! Cargo section is automatic. Front of the Jullux 500. Back of the Jullux 500. Side of the Jullux 500. Separation of the Jullux 500. Pilot Section. Cargo Section. The Jullux 500 Pilot.


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