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MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

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Poll ended at Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:30 pm

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MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby Solo » Sun Nov 17, 2013 3:26 am

This is now the polling thread for the ships shown above. This poll will be open for exactly 48 hours so get those votes in quick! You can still view the entries below. Contestants: this is a friendly reminder that no changes are allowed after the deadline, so your posts will be locked and if any of the photos in them change you will be disqualified.

This is the submission thread for the pilots listed above. Your letter this round is K.

The deadline for this round is 8pm Pacific time next Sunday, November 24th.

Post your starfighter photos below. Include one photo you'd like to use as the polling image, one photo demonstrating the letter, and one showing your pilot in the cockpit. Standard photography restrictions apply.
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby halfbeak » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:27 pm

Here's the K-Wing! I hope you enjoy.

The Incom Corporation's T-44 K-Wing fighter was developed as a multi-role deep space, orbital and high atmospheric fighter. Commissioned by the Jedi Order, the intent was to make it as easy as possible to fly (using highly vectorable thrusters and multiple control surfaces - both inertial and aerodynamic, managed by a direct bio-limbic interface) to allow the Jedi pilots to focus their full Force powers on weapons targeting and the wider tactical direction of large fighter squadrons.

So easy and reliable it was to fly, it was decided to test it initially on Podludix Zaa, the Jedi Order's most incompetent pilot. Master Yoda himself said, "Very simple to pilot, this fighter is. Pilot it, anyone can if Pokludix Zaa can. Yes, hhmmmmm".

When Pokludix was finally recovered from the mangled wreckage of the prototype K-Wing (in the fateful few seconds after takeoff when he lost control, he forgot to hit the eject button), he had suffered only minor injuries. Fortunately his remarkably unexpressive face and inscrutable fixed smile remained unscarred and his successful Corellian Poker career continued unabated.

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"K" Shot:
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby masterkaden » Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:23 pm

The Short Range K-11 Fighter was designed for close range planetary and space battles. Its small design and heavy arsenal of eight lightning phase torpedoes allowed it to sneak in tight spaces but cause major destruction. Armed with five phasers and a short range pulse cannon, this was a popular ship for the rebel alliance. Not displayed in is the ship in its closed wing span. In non-attack mode, the ship was often confused as the T-20 fighter.

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the ship by dolphnro, on Flickr

K Shot:
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k by dolphnro, on Flickr

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frank by dolphnro, on Flickr
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby zhouston » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:31 am

'K'eep the awesome ships coming!!
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby sparkart » Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:43 am

I have a fondness for K ships, because it was the letter I tried to do at the Bothcon Challenge at Legoland. Great job on these, difficult to choose a favorite.
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby Rook » Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:45 am

Love them both. To masterkaden, if you lose it maybe because of your background choices. The ship itself is pretty cool the bright orange. :)
Yea, though I walk through the valley...
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Re: MOC Madness 2013 Round 1: Pokludix Zaa vs Frank Stein

Postby Midi » Mon Nov 25, 2013 8:16 am

Kerazy build guys. love it , one is klean one is uniK.. good luK for both
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