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MASSP by Daemoria MASSP by Daemoria
USC Acolyte bomber. 4th generation concept, produced at Darious Shipyards.


MASSP-magnetically accelerated solid state plasma. (damn, it took me a while to find the definition for that. It was hidden on my ancient scrap [link] ) The pair of them (one in each wing) provides the rapid fire for close range defense.

The ion/mercury laser is the anti-capital ship weapon on this bomber. It punches right into shielding with little resistance.

Solid state missles, four aft launch tubes, and one foward tube.

The molecular shunt redirects stray particles for active shielding. Thus, the shielding is much more effective in an atmosphere than in empty void.

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Some of my oldest watchers might recognise this ship. I'm finaly back to drawing my own universe...and this time I've got lackeys to model the stuffs for me. :D
~failurecrusade , ~KrisWood , and Cannoth, who does not have a dA account yet.
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Schlegel120 Oct 1, 2012   General Artist
Very well made. Have you considered adding some color to the ship?
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:icondaemoria:
probably not, this being such an old design.
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:icone-squid:
Awesomeness.
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:iconxperimental00:
Xperimental00 Mar 25, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Sleek. ^^
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El-Bronco Mar 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice design.
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:iconrekkou:
Rekkou Mar 25, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Nicely structured, looking as if it could transform
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Blazbaros Mar 25, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Simple, yet awesome :3
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:iconterror-and-love:
Very nice design. Clean lines. Interesting shape.

Are you going to color it?

Its fine as is, just asking.
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:icondaemoria:
probably not going to color this. i'll just do it up in 3d and texture it.
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