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  1. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  2. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  3. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  4. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  5. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  6. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  7. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  8. It’s nice to see the old girl going back into service. I may have to see if I can find a Missouri kit to get turrets to put the New Jersey back into service. Even if the scales don’t match, Photoshop can take care of that. It would make a nice “Yamato and Andromeda” scene.

  9. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  10. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  11. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  12. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  13. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  14. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  15. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  16. Yep, a starfield would help a lot in the last one.

    Didn’t the WotW version take out two Martian War Machines? One with gunfire, the other by a (mutual-kill) ram?

    The background for the RPG we’re running out here has a “Thunderchild” in it: it was a low-tech metal-and-thruster starship involved in a battle between advanced organic-and-magic-tech foes. Turned the tide with a suicide ram maneuver, just like the original πŸ™‚ In game-continuity, The pilot of one of the organic ships (Washu) was so impressed she designed her next class of (Oh-kis) to use ram attacks.

  17. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  18. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  19. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  20. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  21. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  22. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  23. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  24. You are correct; I just checked my (1962) hard copy. I was thinking that the gun attack and the ram were on the same machine, but they were indeed on two separate ones.

    I started building a successor ship, a hypersonic interplanetary areospace plane; but the inspiration wasn’t there, and it’s now in the parts box.

  25. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  26. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  27. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  28. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  29. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  30. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  31. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  32. I would love to see that print! When Chris takes shots with better lighting and backdrop, I’d be pleased to send originals along to you!

    On an only vaguely related note, I’m fairly certain you have almost all of the completed Yeager prop collection – do you also have the U.S.S. McKay and damaged U.S.S. Pathfinder builds, or are they still hiding in a box at Kentland?

  33. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  34. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  35. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  36. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  37. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  38. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  39. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

  40. Definitely have the fragments of Pathfinder. May have McKay as well.

    Word from Wonderfest is that Round 2 is going to release an upgraded, more accurate Reliant model, complete with enough decaling to do the aztec pattern across the hull without surgical level masking work.

    There’s now a garage kit in 1/2500 scale (three ship Enterprise set) of the Federation II class. With some concessions (a B-type Excelsior for the Richmond) it’s possible to build all the original Batron and most of the Next Gen one.

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