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JorstadDesigns posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsIntroducing our new flagship product, in development for more than two years: the Gankona! Instructions are available for download from our website at www.jorstad-designs.com. Part count: 17,007 LEGO® bricks (17,001 without lighting) Dimensions: 50 in. L × 17 in. W × 20 in. H The Gankona (Japanese for "headstrong" or "stubborn") is our recreation of the Teroch-class Mandalorian cruiser as designed by Ansel Hsiao (also known as Fractalsponge). Ansel is an artist specializing in hard surface modeling and vehicle/spaceship concept design. His work is truly amazing, and many of you may already be familiar with his work as our Proclamator-class Star Destroyer is based on another of his original creations. Please visit the hyperlinks included below to view and support his work. The Teroch is evocative of everything Mandalorian. Meaning “pitiless” in Mando’a, the Teroch is designed for full frontal assaults, reflecting the Mandalorian single-minded focus on offense with little thought for retreat or defense. Featuring a narrow attack profile with the vast majority of weaponry facing forward, only one turret is oriented purely for rear defense. In a frontal assault the Teroch brings five heavy turbolasers and four quad turbolaser batteries to bear, allowing it to quickly wear down enemy shields. Two concussion missile launchers are located on either side of the ship’s neck for close-quarters combat. The Teroch’s size allows it to maintain a full squadron of Fang fighters. Often manufactured in conjunction with their motherships, these renowned fightercraft are deadly in the hands of experienced Mandalorian pilots. When engaged in frontal assault, the hangar bay housed within the neck of the ship grants launching fighters a measure of protection against enemy fire. Of course, with all crew and passengers in full beskar with jetpacks, who needs fighters? Aware of the ship's vulnerability against coordinated fighter attacks without a full Fang complement, engineers designed a unique anti-fighter defense system. A rapid-fire launcher mounted in the ship’s nose is capable of launching specially-modified seismic charges, mining an area of space. Charges are detonated remotely, discouraging tight knots of fighters and instead forcing enemies to spread out, making it easier for Fang fighters to engage enemies and complicating approaches by enemy bombers behind fighter screens. The Teroch’s massive engines grant it the maneuverability to efficiently keep targets within forward firing arcs, while two Class-I hyperdrives allow for quick redeployment against new threats. Our model features several custom Mandalorian minifigures from Clone Army Customs - check them out! Model Description: - Fully articulating turbolasers with locking bases. - Optional LEGO® Power Functions lights compatibility with remote control operation to light up engines and nose. - Removable sections reveal bi-level minifigure-scaled playable interior, including bridge, crew quarters, armory, brig, troop deployment and storage bays, and a speeder bay containing three stowaway speeder bikes. - Conveniently located carry points for moving the model. Fractalsponge Website: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://fractalsponge.net/&ved=2ahUKEwjnsrK1r6z0AhW-gnIEHXGfBxQQFnoECAkQAQ&usg=AOvVaw3kj7VF4UwNrxRBUEjd3aNL Fractalsponge Artstation: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.artstation.com/fractalsponge&ved=2ahUKEwjnsrK1r6z0AhW-gnIEHXGfBxQQFnoECAQQAQ&usg=AOvVaw0QHdhMu835glME9ihXWwNv 12 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 8 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 10 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 11 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 6 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 5 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 9 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 13 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 7 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 18 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 17 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 15 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 16 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 14 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 1 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 2 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 19 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 21 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr 4 by Kyle Jorstad, on Flickr