raskolnikov

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  • 3 days, 16 hours ago raskolnikov (1433) MOC Designer
    It's around 53 inches, so almost exactly to scale with the Victory-class Aggressor, based on the current canon length of Home One (1300 meters). Since Mon Cal cruisers are slimmer ships than Star Destroyers, it's only a few pounds heavier, though.
  • 4 days, 10 hours ago raskolnikov (1433) MOC Designer
    Thanks! Yeah we’ll see about the Mon Cal over the next couple months, it’s very possible. The parts cost would probably be substantial, though.
  • 4 days, 10 hours ago raskolnikov (1433) MOC Designer
    I haven’t checked recently, but I thought it was around $600–doesn’t really use anything too rare, but plates and tiles can exceed $.10/per sometimes.
  • 1 week, 2 days ago raskolnikov (1433) MOC Designer
    Good question lol. When I started this it was based on the 600-meter Immobilizer 418, making it to scale with the Tyrant or Victory-class Aggressor. At the time, the Immobilizer had been consigned to Legends. But then Rebels brought interdictors back, and I incorporated some features from the Rebels interdictor although it seemed to be a bigger ship. How much bigger wasn't clear until some recent encyclopedia identified it as a 1129-meter "Interdictor-class Star Destroyer." At some point after Rebels, the 600-meter Immobilizer made its way back into canon, too, but I'm not sure what it looks like anymore.
    Long story short, everything kind of works out. I can say mine's an Immobilizer. People with an ISD Aggressor can say it's an Interdictor-class Star Destroyer (should be like 4 inches longer, but not bad imo).
  • 1 month, 3 weeks ago raskolnikov (1433) MOC Designer
    They're stacked up, two on each side. Should look like the image when placed on the structure--I believe they connect to technic bricks and the plates around them leave a little "slot" for the first one to fit into.