Based on the Andromeda’s Gates forum on the Eurobricks fan site, the Octan High-Powered Laser (HPL) Drill is used for drilling for much-needed resources on tough terrains for the Octan Corporation planets in the Andromeda galaxy. It has an opening dome cockpit with controls, unique tri-legged design, Octan color scheme, and extendable legs, and is foldable into a compact mode.
“I lost most of the photos in an unfortunate hard drive accident; but since I was able to salvage this one (though not very high quality), I figured it was worth sharing anyway.” – Brickster_Tim
MOC by Brickster_Tim
Inspired by the Andromeda’s Gates series at the Eurobricks forum, this is a huge but beautiful ship with a bit of a story behind it.
Here is the incredible Planetary Base! This base serves as both a research station, command base, and a waypoint for many ships, with refueling/recharging ports, giant double-sided radar dish with antennae, cargo truck (with wheels), small starfighter (Utility-class, but commonly known as the ‘Carrier Pigeon’) with opening cargo bay, entrance tracks up to the sliding doors, sliding airlocks on the inside, control center, armory, storage rooms, sleeping quarters, kitchen, tracks for the ship and truck, and opening exit hatch with folding ladder–all resting on a huge, sturdy stand built with large figure parts! Originally built for Brickster_Tim’s New World Explorer series, this is now being used for the Octan Corporation in the Andromeda galaxy.
The N.W.E.S Starlight is a bright, eye-catching cruiser designed as an attack ship for the New World Exploration Fleet. It was the first and only ship built to run mostly on energy rather than fuel, with a large blue generator in the back. Continue reading
In your everyday spaceway travels, you might hear a rumbling and a huge thundering mass go by. That would be the N.W.E.S. Escort. As the first in the New World Explorer series, this pioneer cruiser was made primarily as a cargo ship, but evolved into a defense craft, designed to last a long time in space with a minimal crew. Continue reading