Long Range Scout

Feast your eyes on the NCS greebly goodness that is hhcBrick's Long Range Scout. It's got all the hallmarks of neo classic space, classic blue and light grey, yellow canopies, bumble-bee stripes and fantastic retro style design. But the real jaw dropper on this craft is when you flip it over. Proper greebs should look functional as well as complicated, not just a bunch of stuff attached, this is how it's done!

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LL 228 Long Range Scout - underside 02

MCU Rover

Space is a dangerous place. Let's face it, without a significant amount of technology humans would simply be frozen meatsicles floating around the void. Luckily we're reasonably clever, and in the future we can look forward to tooling around distant planet surfaces in machines like this awesome behemoth by hhcBrick. I don't know what they're collecting and I don't care, I just want to go for a ride.

MCU Rover side view


When you hear the word "locust" what do you think of? A mostly harmless grasshopper-like small insect? A plague of mostly harmless grasshopper-like small insects capable of destroying entire crops and devastating everything in their path? How about a neo classic space twin engine gunship? Yeah, that's what I was thinking too, thanks to builder ZCerberus.



The most efficient form of planetary vehicle is by far a wheeled transport...it's also the most boring. And let's face it, Unikitty is anything but boring, so of course she has opted for a four legged, saber toothed walking mech. Obviously it's equipped with state of the art communications and weapons, but if I know Unikitty, it's also got a pretty slammin' sound system too. Nice build thenewpoon.

NCS Saberkitty
NCS Saberkitty