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[GBW-CP7] Erotema – Assault on the freighter. The Erotemans EP5

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Grid E10 Studica / Q10 World.

This is the freighter Xenor Sea 1, heading to Tosul. Some containers are loaded on the deck. This is not the largest freighter of the Xenor Merchant Navy but it is a reliable ship.

29370235768_201eff17d2.jpg1 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

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Again! James Jennings is on board. He infiltrated site Mike and a raid was successful thanks to his job. After this, he left to mainland Xenor to gather info from the Servants of Freedom, but after the detonation on Haams he decided to unveil what really happened. He went to South Bay, close to site Oscar.

He has received a very short message: “be ready”.

He entered the boat disguised as a crew member.

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James has to clear the assault for the members of the Special Operations Unit of the Erotema Navy (combat divers), so the SoF member must be cleared. Alcohol, weapons and sea is not a good combination...

29370236148_5b0fc63294.jpg3 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

And he gets rid of the SoF thug. No noise is heard…

28371797427_6b57904ede.jpg5 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

He leaves and prepares the rest of the assault for the divers team…

41430969980_305c85ea38.jpg6 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

A zodiac with an 8-strong team, recently departed from S901 TRIANA, arrives at the port quarter of the freighter.

42522475544_65a2144256.jpg7 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

They take positions on the deck.

28371797777_9155931b9b.jpg8 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

A pair of SoF men arrive…

42522476094_4fc8c1ae6d.jpg9 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

But they are easily killed by the divers…

28371798047_f068b12bc3.jpg10 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

Another 2 SoF men try to man a 12,70 mm GPMG. Maybe more useful to be used as a drop weapon, but it is a weapon…

42522473924_cc30b8f370.jpg11 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

2 divers, who had reached the command bridge, are ready to deal with this new threat.

29370235408_17a1b4f45d.jpg12 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

And, of course, they fulfil this easy task.

29370235178_b7c0c8720e.jpg13 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

Detail of the containers.

29370235178_b7c0c8720e.jpg13 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

I took inspiration on Pemdinger the Second´s containers . https://www.flickr.com/photos/pemdingertwo/32470680271

Edited by sigpro

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Judges’ comments…

The first picture with the overview shot gave me a bad taste for some reason. I don't know if it was the perspective of the shot or what, but it didn't really feel like a freighter to me. As I looked on at your detail shots, it got a lot clearer. I liked the containers and would have maybe liked to have seen one displayed on its own perhaps in an open area of the deck or something to get a better view of it. You have a good amount of detail throughout the build with the railings, levels, drums, etc. Nicely done.     

Not bad!  Personally, I think your build could have almost been a smaller section involving some of the ship's hull, and two levels worth of decks.  This way, you could have focused on many more details to the ship; vents, tie-downs, life preservers...little items like that can really make the display stand out above all the others!  The background wa good, very good as it showed a water line and a horizon/sky behind.  I liked the choppy water surrounding the ship, nice touch.  Good that you called out the original builder of the containers, showing credit to others is a big deal in this community and glad to see our builders/participants in this game are so respectful!  All in all, I enjoyed this; you changed up the scenery entirely and went a different route with your build.  Good job!

Be Sure to Update Your AARs. 

Thanks for playing!

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Hi! 

Thanks for the comments.

Have some pics of the containers themselves.

The upper ones have an outer size of 16x8x6 1/3 studs (LONG-WIDTH-HEIGHT) with an internal useful size of 14x6x5.

The lower ones have an outer size of 17x8x7 2/3 studs (LONG-WIDTH-HEIGHT) with an internal useful size of 14,5 x6x6 2/3.

Different external shapes without specific parts, just profile bricks or bricks with slides.

43379762032_fc9157286c.jpgcontainer 1 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

42523002355_a324caafd2.jpgcontainer 2 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

43379762322_86f536dc18.jpgcontainer 3 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

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12 hours ago, sigpro said:

Hi! 

Thanks for the comments.

Have some pics of the containers themselves.

The upper ones have an outer size of 16x8x6 1/3 studs (LONG-WIDTH-HEIGHT) with an internal useful size of 14x6x5.

The lower ones have an outer size of 17x8x7 2/3 studs (LONG-WIDTH-HEIGHT) with an internal useful size of 14,5 x6x6 2/3.

Different external shapes without specific parts, just profile bricks or bricks with slides.

43379762032_fc9157286c.jpgcontainer 1 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

42523002355_a324caafd2.jpgcontainer 2 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

43379762322_86f536dc18.jpgcontainer 3 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr

 

Alot of work on those containers.!!!!

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