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What better way to relax from a fleet battle, exploration trip, cargo run or pirating than to go back to your station, get out of your pod and look at a holoreel while your ship gets repaired, cleaned or emptied.
Here I propose the 4 racial station ship-dock capsuleer lookouts. From this lookout, you could look over your newly acquired spaceship.
I think that it would be really cool if lego joined with CCP (Eve Online maker) to create a line of toy for the game. Eve online contains hundreds of ship model and with the upcoming Dust514 game (http://www.dust514.com) a lot of new models would be available.
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EVE Online Ships - Rifter (by czar - 10k reached)
EVE Online Ships - Myrmidon (by ChristianMoe)
Einherji Fighter from EVE Online (by me Guindel)
Templar Fighter from EVE Online (by me Guindel)
The drones from EVE Online (by me Guindel)
Eve Online Ships - Hurricane (WIP) (by TheLegacy)
Rokh (by zmcshanks)
The Capsule contains 65 pieces. When this project will get approved, I would like Lego to recreate a more EVE looking pod.
The racial station ship-dock lookout contains from 215 to 243 pieces including a minifig and the Capsule.
All comments are welcomed!
You can also download the LDD file here.
The Capsule. The hydrostatic Capsule along with some advanced cybernetic allows a highly trained individual to control a spaceship like no crew can. A ship fitted with a Capsule is faster, stronger and tougher than a normally crew piloted ship. You are that capsuleer.
The Gallente and Caldary station ship-dock capsuleer lookout.
The Minmatar and Amarr station ship-dock capsuleer lookout.
A diorama of a Capsuleer coming out of his Capsule (commonly know as a Pod).