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  1. ParmBrick

    [MOC] Lego Spy Satellite

    Spy satellite from the military and secret constallation APATE. This type of satellite carry two very sensitive and very high resolution photo and video camera, capable to detect the face of a person on the ground on Earth, also their camera can be used in night time thanks to IR sensors installed. The satellite it's powered by two photovoltaic panel and can communicate with Earth with antennas and one parable. To correct and maintain the orbit the satellite use hydrazine trusters. Lego Spy Satellite (1) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr Lego Spy Satellite (2) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr Lego Spy Satellite (3) by Jordan Parmegiani, su Flickr
  2. Map Name: Studica Grid: F4 The Jennings are a mid-class family of Briolui who work in a small travel agency in Carrefour. After the combats started, and following the order of the Brioluian government, they decided to flee to Carrefour airport. However, the Jennings are not just Brioluian citizens. They are a cell of sleeping agents of the Directorate S of the Erotema Intelligence Service. Many years ago, Erotema foresaw a possible conflict with the neighbor Briolui, so sleeping agents were deployed. Raised as Brioluian citizens, speaking their language, knowing their customs, raising a family… And when the situation went this way, they knew what to do… Here we can see one of the gates that communicate Carrefour with the airport. THE AIRPORT GATE by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr The small patrol guarding the gate is preparing a pic-nic. A few turkey legs... BBQ by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr The policemen saw and heard something, so they opened the gate and went to inspect. Just a family, one man, a woman and a little boy. No danger. WELCOMING REFUGEES by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr THE JENNINGS by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr THE JENNINGS 2 by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr As the Jennings didn´t know what they could find in their fleeing Carrefour, they carried some food just in case. Being law-abiding citizens, they carried their documents, and that´s what James Jennings showed when ordered to identify himself and his family. SHOW YOUR ID by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr As there was nothing wrong, the policemen let them in. Mission accomplished. GET IN, WELCOME by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr And after a hard working day the patrol enjoyed the slowly roasted turkey. ENDING THE BBQ by green helmet spanish AFOL, en Flickr
  3. legoMoccer

    MOC Lotus Espirt S1

    hey just finished a moc of the lotus esprit S1, any feedback would be great i submitted both versions to lego ideas but they turned down the Bond version i guess due to the licence there more images and angles on the ideas page, not sure if i can post it https://ideas.lego.com/projects/6c22a01d-d7fe-44a3-bf8c-fc7b4050b513
  4. The 1077 class variable wing stealth fighter and spy craft, the Dragonfly, currently stationed on the planet B06, also known as Sorn
  5. Fishsticks03

    1077 class variable wing spy ship

    The 1077 class variable wing stealth fighter and spy craft, the Dragonfly, currently stationed on the planet B06, also known as Sorn Delete this please, made an error with title so made a new thread
  6. The Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird" was a long-range, Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft that was operated by the United States Air Force. It was developed as a black project from the Lockheed A-12 reconnaissance aircraft in the 1960s by Lockheed and its Skunk Works division. American aerospace engineer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson was responsible for many of the design's innovative concepts. During aerial reconnaissance missions, the SR-71 operated at high speeds and altitudes to allow it to outrace threats. If a surface-to-air missile launch was detected, the standard evasive action was simply to accelerate and outfly the missile. The SR-71 was designed with a reduced radar cross-section. The SR-71 served with the U.S. Air Force from 1964 to 1998. A total of 32 aircraft were built; 12 were lost in accidents and none lost to enemy action. The SR-71 has been given several nicknames, including Blackbird and Habu. It has held the world record for the fastest air-breathing manned aircraft since 1976; this record was previously held by the related Lockheed YF-12. The SR-71 was the world's fastest and highest-flying operational manned aircraft throughout its career. On 28 July 1976, SR-71 serial number 61-7962, piloted by then Capt. Robert Helt, broke the world record: an "absolute altitude record" of 85,069 feet (25,929 m). Several aircraft have exceeded this altitude in zoom climbs, but not in sustained flight. That same day SR-71 serial number 61-7958 set an absolute speed record of 1,905.81 knots (2,193.2 mph; 3,529.6 km/h), approximately Mach 3.3. SR-71 pilot Brian Shul states in his book The Untouchables that he flew in excess of Mach 3.5 on 15 April 1986 over Libya to evade a missile. General characteristics Crew: 2: Pilot and Reconnaissance Systems Officer (RSO) Payload: 3,500 lb (1,600 kg) of sensors Length: 107 ft 5 in (32.74 m) Wingspan: 55 ft 7 in (16.94 m) Height: 18 ft 6 in (5.64 m) Wing area: 1,800 ft2 (170 m2) Empty weight: 67,500 lb (30,600 kg) Loaded weight: 152,000 lb (69,000 kg) Max. takeoff weight: 172,000 lb (78,000 kg) Wheel track: 16 ft 8 in (5.08 m) Wheelbase: 37 ft 10 in (11.53 m) Aspect ratio: 1.7 Powerplant: 2 × Pratt & Whitney J58-1 continuous-bleed afterburning turbojets, 34,000 lbf (151 kN) each Performance Maximum speed: Mach 3.3 (2,200+ mph, 3,540+ km/h, 1,910+ knots) at 80,000 ft (24,000 m) Range: 2,900 nmi (5,400 km) Ferry range: 3,200 nmi (5,925 km) Service ceiling: 85,000 ft (25,900 m) Rate of climb: 11820 ft/m (60 m/s) Wing loading: 84 lb/ft² (410 kg/m²) Thrust/weight: 0.44 Information taken from www.wikipedia.org
  7. Okay, let's try this again... This is the Wanderer train, from the classic American television series The Wild Wild West, constructed in LDD. A long term loan from the United States government, the Wanderer carried Secret Service Agents James West and Artemus Gordon across the country on countless vital missions, which often found them pitted against their arch-nemesis, the diminutive but deadly Dr. Miguelito Loveless. I attempted to design the train with the same considerations that go into making an actual Lego set of this size (though I'll probably continue tweaking it as I come up with better play features and more show-accurate designs). Current features include: -A full cast, featuring (from left to right) Artemus Gordon, Jim West, Miguelito Loveless, and Loveless' henchmen Voltaire and Antoinette -A sound brick in the coal car, which plays the theme from the show -Both passenger cars feature removable roofs and walls, and opening doors at both ends -Jim's car contains a drop-down weapons rack, pool table, and desk with concealed gun -Artie's Car is equipped with two workbenches, one for inventions and another for disguises -Dr. Loveless' prototype helicopter features dual missiles on the undercarriage and a gear to spin the rotors for liftoff If you like this project, please support it on LEGO Ideas!
  8. Go forth and link removed Because we always need more trains, especially when they're based on a classic TV show!
  9. Hello again, I wanted to write a short suspenseful and action-packed bit with some espionage, and the build to go with it. The MOC is based on a real medieval kitchen at Hever Castle, England (click on the picture for the FLICKR link). This is also a global storyline update for Lands of Roawia. Hope you like it... --------------------------- Something wasn’t right, besides what the Duke of Ainesford was blabbing on about; no that cook…he was taking far too long to clean up the ale he himself had spilled on the stairs. And Captain Tavish was certain he was pausing to listen to what was being said on the Speaker's Floor, strictly against the rules for “the help” here at this Great Congress of Lenfald. The grizzled archer nudged Sir Caelan Munro sitting next to him, but the Baron barely noticed as he listened to Ainesford's speech and replied, “Can you believe what this pompous jester here is advocating? Full compliance with the new king, improper marriage and all! I just lost all respect for the Duke...” Tavish shook his head in mild frustration at Sir Caelan and got up to check on the cook, but he had barely made it halfway there when the cook suddenly collected his rags and left. Now that was entirely too coincidental… The Captain headed down the hallway to find him but was immediately accosted by the two ever-present and intellectually-challenged guards waiting there. Security at the Great Congress was incredibly tight due to the volatile nature of what was being discussed; no one except the castle guards themselves were allowed any weapons whatsoever, and all the delegates and staff were sequestered inside the castle for the duration of this critical assembly. Upon seeing the archer they held out their halberds to stop him, but Tavish was way ahead of them. “Ah, there you are my good lads, I am here to report an illegal weapon, one of the delegates has a knife, I clearly saw it. Here, let me point him out.” Excited that they finally had something real to do, the two looked like dogs waiting to go fetch a thrown stick. The Captain deliberately motioned at the middle of the delegates on the far side of the largest hall in all of Lenfald, and pointed indiscriminately, “there, that one wearing dark green.” The two were halfway across when they realized nearly every delegate there was wearing the official color of Lenfald. The archer entered the Great Kitchen impatiently as he searched for the man, to no avail; he wasn’t there. It was incredibly busy in the hot room, but there was one cook removing the entrails from a goose who he grabbed by the arm after the man objected to his presence. “Did a cook just rush through here?” “Oh no, I haven’t seen a cook all day!" he spit out sarcastically. "Look about you mate, you’re in a kit…” he didn’t get any farther as he was suddenly and violently shaken. “Tall, thin, muscular, with a goatee and a deep tan like he has been in the…” a sinking feeling hit Captain Tavish as he finished his own sentence, “…desert.” “Oh, the new bloke,” the cook muttered resentfully. “Yeah, he’s in the side kitchen over there.” “New bloke? But the staff has been sequestered!” “Aye but we ran short o’ help and contracted from outside…” Now Tavish’s stomach was turning, and not from the sight of the goose’s entrails. He shot down the side hall and found the door to the secondary kitchen locked from the inside. He was not a slight man however and he burst through it after four body slams, only to face an arrow shot at him. Quickly turning to present a smaller target the shot barely missed, and Tavish then plunged into the small kitchen. It had two ovens, one to his left and another to his right with a window facing the outer ward of the castle. A massive pot of some concoction was bubbling away in that fireplace, and two cooks were to his left, down and bleeding in front of the other oven. To his right across a table full of foodstuffs and dishes stood the dubious cook, now smoothly knocking another arrow. As Tavish reached for a large pot to try and deflect the shot, the cook instead leveled the shot at the window and fired the arrow out of it. Instantly Tavish knew he had just lost, for two things came to his eye; the arrow had a note tied to it — the spy had just successfully gotten the word out as to whatever he had heard. And the other thing was personally alarming; the cook had a tattoo of a crow on the inside of his arm--the same kind of decoration that the fearsome Areani have to show their allegiance to Lenfald's enemies the Loreesi— that this was going to be one bloody fight, perhaps the Captain's last. So he didn’t wait, and threw the pot at him as hard as he could, catching the spy in the ribs. That should have doubled him over, but the desert-dweller barely noticed it. He produced a curved Loreesi dagger from inside his shirt and a second knife and attacked with both, while Tavish grabbed a kitchen knife and jar of seeds, and the two went at each other with full force. The jar wound up shattered as it absorbed a crushing blow from the dagger, and Tavish gave him a brutal slash across the shoulder, which again the Areani barely seemed to notice. In the flurry, the archer had sustained four bloody cuts from the spy and knew he wouldn’t last long against this seemingly inhuman opponent. Then the Areani reacted to something over Tavish’s shoulder and a jar came flying out of nowhere and hit the spy in the head, shooting flour everywhere, clouding up the air. Sir Caelan Munro suddenly appeared and dashed by the Captain, attacking the cook with a meat cleaver. The sight would have been hilarious if it weren't for the circumstances of their opponent being a deadly Loreesi agent. Even dazed the Areani fought like a lion until Tavish grabbed a small iron pot and slammed it into the side of his head. Still the spy stood, but wavered. The temporary lull in the action allowed the sound of the bubbling pot to come through, and both Sir Caelan and Tavish simultaneously had the same idea, grabbing the spy by the arms and shoving him toward the fire. They forcefully pushed the Areani's head down into what turned out to be a lovely pea soup, now at full boil. The spy struggled mightily as he burned, but both his opponents held on until he went limp. “We need to question him, I think,” Caelan barely managed and finally Tavish relented, letting the man fall to the floor with horrendous second-degree burns now all over his head and face, also covered in a slimy green. The two friends stood huffing from their exertion until Baron Munro finally blurted, “You left just when the Duke was getting interesting…” "I doubt that very much." Tavish stumbled to the window and cursed. “The blighter must have shot right over the outer wall. Jig’s up now; whatever was on that note is long gone.” Just then the same two guards who had stopped the Captain earlier now slammed into the kitchen. They took in the Areani, the mess, and the two hurt cooks to their left and looked furiously at them. Sir Caelan only waved at the spy on the floor and by way of explanation stated indignantly, “He ruined the soup.” Two days later, a man dressed in fine red clothing stood on a tower of the King’s Castle, and held out his arm expectantly. A bird came down swiftly and alighted on his arm, and he gently caressed the falcon. He then unfastened the message tied to its leg and began reading carefully. His brow furrowed slightly after reading a few lines; then a calmness came over him. He looked towards the vast horizon and paused to consider everything that had taken place in the last few weeks. Then Loreesi Prince Jarius tucked the message into his pocket and, carrying the bird with him, walked purposely towards the stairs of the tower. ------------------------- Hope you like the build and story; comments are welcome!
  10. Even though the Drow occupy much of Avalonia, and much of the rest is plague-stricken, the resistance movement against the Drow is strong. Many Avalonian spies work to aid the resistance by providing intelligence on Drow movements. Unfortunately, this little build was all I was able to get out for this challenge. Business travel is killing me... I'd like to claim the following for UoP: Architecture - roofing Architecture - wall techniques (Tudor style) Anthropology - life in Avalonia Flickr link to a couple more pics. C&C always appreciated!
  11. 101Wheeler

    Spy Theme

    Hello. Me (101Wheeler) and my friend (commodore_legolas) were building this hovercraft the other day, and we decided to post it on EuroBricks. It has twin Turbo Thrusters in the back, a laser gun mount in the front, super speed, and a cool design. It was really fun to make. Oh, by the way, this project is on cuusoo, "Spy Theme" by 101Wheeler. Here is the link: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/29740 We also have another project. Check both of them out!