Q/V-67 "Sternidae"(PID:49706744746) Source
posted by alias DietrichPHC on Saturday 28th of March 2020 04:36:57 AM
By far my proudest creation in Stud.io, This aircraft is the product of many clever techniques I discovered while looking for inspiration, as well as a few I’d like to think I’m the first to apply. Feedback and criticism welcome! Here’s some fiction I wrote to give this thing an origin story Developed as an air superiority fighter towards of the end the Third War of Hysterian succession, the Sternidae featured many of the greatest innovations in military aviation history, such as a full bubble canopy, an all flying tail, and a variable geometry nozzle to complement its powerful afterburning engine. However, the war ended before the fighter could be properly armed and sent into production, and the 3 prototypes ended up on the commercial market as a result of the Global Disarmament Treaty. As such, one of the surviving prototypes was purchased by Count Haggis of the Surverian Commonwealth and modified to compete. It has since been equipped with a 40mm gunpod modified to lob high-velocity paintballs, in accordance with the regulations of the International Aerial Combat League, a newly established setting in which the greatest aces of the previous wars will use the patronage of wealthy benefactors to compete for eternal glory, with the odds of a firey death greatly reduced. In the inaugural season, Haggis' Sternidae, rebranded "Firecast," will be captained by Sir Putrick Jenksalot, a former ward of the affluent Count. Jenksalot will face 7 other highly trained veteran aces, flying 7 of the most advanced fighter aircraft the world has ever seen for victory in the "Supersonic" division.
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