kaiju

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  1. Ships MOCed and Licensed by myself: Wight Spider (was 1WR) Mirthless Jest (was 3A) Lenore (was 4T2) Ships Licensed by Myself, MOCed by others Dark Narwhal (was 2A) Purchased from MKjoshA King Archibald (was 2A) Purchased from MKjoshA MOCed by Myself, Unlicensed Bleak Angel
  2. Gold was definitely the way to go.
  3. Itaria had access to the full list for Series 17. So they're saying they know what is in Series 18.
  4. I'm going to need a few of those Highwaymen, I think. Plenty of useful parts for my pirates collection.
  5. The MRCA takes as long as it takes: it was supposed to be monthly but working out the results proved too difficult to do in a routinely timely fashion. Rewards from the MRCA are added to your account once the results are posted. DB earned from builds are added to your account (officially) at the end of the month they are submitted. In practice those DB are available as soon as you register the build. You can check your current available DBs in the spreadsheet provided in the Account Summary thread - make sure you check the most recent version.
  6. So far it seems that Poland are a few weeks ahead of us, but it's certainly worth keeping an eye out for it.
  7. Less obvious, actually. Those bits are where the flames were attached for the Lost Soul's Tide, and I forgot to remove them. @Kai NRG Thank you. I've been practicing with hull designs and trying to make the cabins look a bit more integrated. @Brandon Stark Thanks. I find the technic panel sails easier to work with than standard plates, and don't like leaving the masts empty.
  8. Thank you. I'm not too big a fan of facades that do not have any kind of interior, and I wanted to make sure the building felt lived in.
  9. If there is one, it isn't intentional. And thank you
  10. Thank you. I think I should probably have used the opposite piece for the bottom of the spanker sail, but otherwise I'm pretty happy with how these sails work out. True story: I know someone who accidentally named one of the RPG character's after a brand of athlete's foot powder. In any case, if it isn't obvious, this ship is named for a poem. And thank you for the kind words regarding the build.
  11. Captained by Roderick Graves, the Lenore is recent arrival in the trading ports of the Sea Rats.
  12. That's a good looking little ship.