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Old Republic T-Wing Fighter
A small, agile fighter inspired by the game KOTOR.
About this creation
In the last few months before the critical final battle of the Mandalorian War, the Republic realised it's need to have a more maneuverable and agile fighter to keep up with the larger and faster Mandalorian ships. The result was Incom's T-Wing.




Although it was not produced in enough numbers to sway the tide of the war, the T-Wing proved Incom's credibility as a substantial supplier for the Republic Fleet. Many years later, Incom went on to produce the Z-95 Head Hunter and more recently, the T-65 X-Wing fighter.




In final, decisive battle of the Jedi Civil War, the Republic had discovered the existance of a powerful darkside artifact known as the Star Forge. It was a factory of immense proportions that churned out everything from droids to fighters for the Sith fleet. While Revan and a small group of Jedi infiltrated the Star Forge itself, Joran Kast, a Mandalorian-born Jedi, led a squadron of T-Wings with his ship, The Shadowcaster III, on an offensive to try to disrupt the space station's massive sheild array.




The T-Wings were too fast for the Star Forge's turrets and were key in weakening the station's defenses while the capital ships finshed the job. Revan distracted Darth Malak in a climactic lightsaber duel and by the time the dark lord realised what had happened, it was too late. The Repbulic had finally delivered a crushing blow to the Sith Empire.




The T-Wings that Kast lead that day were painted to match The Shadowcaster III's unique red, white, and grey scheme. This ship is the only known surviving T-Wing of that squadron.
























Here's The Shadowcaster III leading the charge with a T-Wing in tow.


To see more pictures to the T-Wing, visit Brickshelf.




Comments

 I like it 
  August 11, 2008
Great detail, excellet color scheme, and you put in landing gear...a detail so many leave out. Looks like someting Lego would market.
 I like it 
  April 10, 2006
I played KOTOR 4 times through, and that looks EXACTLY like the game model. Excellent! PS- Do u know what the fighters that look like mini Slave 1s / B wings are called (seen next to the Twing squadrons in the battle of the Star Forge?)
 I like it 
  April 8, 2006
Nifty little ship! My only suggestion is to change the piece behind the cockpit to something sleeker, like on the new A-wing. Good job!
 I like it 
  April 8, 2006
Got to love starwars mocs! I was wondering when someone was going to make one of these! Nice Job man!
 I like it 
  April 8, 2006
That looks really nice, but uhm is a real existing(sp) fighter or a something you invented, if it is a real one then you should also post a picture of the non-lego thing. however it's a very nice MOC.
Zach Sweigart
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Noah Greifer
  April 7, 2006
INSTRUCTIONS!!!
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  April 7, 2006
sweet MOC! that thing rocks. i would like to see some instructions because i would definatly add that to my fleet. i like the turret underneeth aswell as the guns on the wing tips. good job!
 I like it 
  April 7, 2006
The shape reminds me of the x wing but i like the colors and the simplicity of it plz rate my MOCS thx.
 I like it 
  April 7, 2006
My my my what a great ship you have, I realy like the wing tip blasters. Great job :)
 
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