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Akalonor Oct 28 2010 says:

Joy :)

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The Heavy Missile Platform (HMP) was a droid
gunship deployed by the Confederacy of Independent
Systems during the Clone Wars. It was based off of
the design of the older Mechanized Assault Flyer.
An HMP gunship's standard weapons
configuration consisted of 2 laser cannon turrets,
1 medium laser cannon, 2 light laser cannons, and
14 missiles.

The gunship's modular wings allowed the HMP
to carry a wide variety of ordnance, from
concussion bombs and torpedoes to electromagnetic
pulse missiles. Seven missile launchers were
located on either side of the gunship's main
body, below the large aft-mounted disc housing the
reactor core. The HMP's repulsorlift would
steadily drive the gunship in flight, allowing for
stable shooting in battle.

Model donated by: Rockon12
Skin by: Yoda

Nov 3rd, 2006
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