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  1. *Your entry has earned 18 XP* Mick's Story:Corellian Security (CorSec)Building AlliesIntelligence ConnectionsJunction MurderCorellian Apartment PartyInterferenceClandestine MeetingInvestigation in the SandA Turn of EventsSnark Gundark (you're here!)TBA Later Story Entries: Mick and his CorSec crew left Gradalla's fortress as fast as they could. Personnel Files: A few dunes away was the CorSec ship Mick's crew had been given for their mission to save him. The Snarky Gundark was a Galaxy Class freighter first in production during the Old Republic. It's hull design had recently come back into style and CorSec had purchased a few for reconnaissance missions. Hugo had stayed with the ship will the rest of the crew went to save Mick. They didn't want any bands of Jawas disassembling the ship for parts. The ship had many features that made it perfect for a team like Mick's. Separate crew quarters for both men and women, a large mess hall, a mechanic's bay, and plenty of room in the cockpit. It also boasted a central turret and two side turrets in case of combat. There were separate quarters for the captain (Mick in this case) and a fully loaded med-bay. Mick would have to get the full tour later. Right now they needed to get airborne right away. Hurry! Scanners picked up a swarm of TIEs headed our way!
  2. IRONDUCK

    [MOC] Ebon Hawk

    Hello Eurobricks Community, with my first post, I introduce you to my EBON HAWK, a ship that represents for all KOTOR fans, the same emotions as for the Millenium Falcon. A colleague of mine urged me to show you this creation, since I take my inspirations for this ship from the community. I hope it is also an inspiration to. EH07 by IRONDUCK, auf Flickr EH04 by IRONDUCK, auf Flickr EH03 by IRONDUCK, auf Flickr More pictures on Flickr. IRONDUCK
  3. jimmynick

    [MOC] Ebon Hawk

    "Ah, there she is — the Ebon Hawk. My pride and joy; the fastest ship in the Outer Rim!" - Davik Kang. It's been a long time since I've made a Star Wars MOC - 12 years in fact, and my last effort was a rainbow-warrior Delta 7 built mostly from the old Clone Turbo Tank. I turned my attention to the Ebon Hawk, the Falcon's expy from the Knights of the Old Republic games. There have been some excellent versions of this ship over the years, notably @IRONDUCK's playset version, but I wanted to build something of a system "scale model": Here is the Hawk in comparison to the 7965 Millennium Falcon. The Falcon is officially 25.6-ish metres wide, and the Hawk is a little smaller at 22.5m. The ship's proportions were driven by the 4-wide cockpit: IRONDUCK's MOC and the official LEGO Falcons are all a bit chunky in order to fit an interior, but since I took a "scale model" approach, there is no room inside for minifigures. Structure takes the areas occupied by the bunks and cargo holds, leaving us with the central area and the hyperdrive room, which I captured on the Hawk's internal security camera: I pasted my model over a couple of frames from the end cutscene of KOTOR II: Lastly, whom would you pick to fly the Hawk: Atton, T3-M4, or Carth? Thanks for looking. Please see more renders on Flickr.
  4. Systemtech

    [MOC] Ebon Hawk. minifig scale

    So this year i have set a new build in progress. A full minifig, as accurate as possible EBON HAWK. Using the scale of 1:42 (seems to be the most accurate and accepted minifig scale). This will be a fairly big ship, definitely not dwarfed by the USC Millennium Falcon, but will be slightly smaller. Size : Length : 24meters ~ 74 studs long Width : 22.5meters ~ 68 studs wide Height : No Official measurements. Excluding landing gear, calculated, i am looking at approximately 18 studs from lowest point to highest point. Some may recognize the image underneath, and i have just overlayed it with studs. This will be the overall size and dimensions of the build. Another thing that bothers me about mot USC sets, is the lack of power functions. The falcon is huge, detailed and to scale, but where are the power functions? I intend to have the following functions : Raise and lower landing gear raise and lower ramp rotate the central turret Lights possibly rotate the side cannons Thats the start. I intend to create instructions for it to but will see how i go time wise.
  5. Palajava

    [MOC] Ebon Hawk MIDI-scale

    One of my primary goals was to keep this build roughly midi-scaled (whatever that means) because I believe this scale can allow for a good balance on size and detail. It also has the benefit of possibly not being extremely expensive. The end-result is a fairly compact build at exactly 550 pieces + 85 pieces for the stand (which, I should note, was inspired by the stand Inthert used for their X-Wing). For the most part I’m happy with how it turned out, but I’d love to hear any thoughts others might have. I’ve recently built the ship from actual LEGO and everything works out exactly as I had expected. The digital version is slightly idealized in that not all the parts currently exist in the right colors, but those that don’t can easily be substituted with similar parts. Oh, and my thanks to everyone who has built their own versions of Ebon Hawk for the inspiration.
  6. Guy0naBuffalo

    [MOC] Ebon Hawk

    My take on the Ebon Hawk from Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR). ~800 pieces