Last updated 10th September 2023, GMT+8
Build Time: 2-3 weeks
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You can use my aircraft to make your creations (since i do that all the time), but PLEASE give me credit.
Minor inconvenience: In-game screenshots in all post descriptions before 1 December 2022 don't appear, because I used Gmail to host the images.
Reached gold in 3 months, platinum in 8! :)
User Page 6 (single digits!!!!!!!)
Highest-Rated Aircraft (100 UPVOTES!!!!!!)
Airbus supporter from Singapore. 🇸🇬
- Building with Lego (been 11 years now)
- Flying in SP
- Watching YouTube videos
- Boeing 747 (all variants, period.)
- Airbus A340-600 a.k.a. flying pencil
About My Builds
"I don’t build stuff that already exist.”
-the 1 rule defining my creations
I mainly make these 3 types of planes:
- Fictional planes (either completely custom-made or based off real-life planes),
- Cursed planes (it's in the name)
- Fictional planes that are cursed (happens most of the time)
I used to make livery projects, but I don’t do so often anymore. However, every plane I build comes with its own fictional/real-life livery.
Flight controls for aircraft are always listed in-game, except when I forget to do so. In that case, I'll be placing them in the post.
About the Republic Of Cursed Planes
Map version: 2.1
The Republic Of Cursed Planes (informally known as RCP) is a sovereign democratic, capitalist archipelago nation located off the coast of West Africa, in the Atlantic Ocean.
28,706,392 (as of September 11, 2023)
Frank D. Wallace
Wright City (pop. 5.35 million)
Agriculture, manufacturing, natural resources, trade
1.08 Trillion USD
GDP Per Capita
The archipelago, which was called the Wright Islands, started off as a monarchy, and despite being smaller than its neighbours, it was an important trading center. Then after much history stuff (i know literally nothing about European history lol), it was colonised by the British Empire in the 18th century. The British extracted natural resources, such as granite, tin and coal from the islands, and found oil in 1896.
During World War 2, the Nazis tried to invade the Wright Islands because its position in the Atlantic Ocean would allow the German air force, the Luftwaffe, to build air bases on the islands and put its bombers within range of striking the United States. The British army fought hard, and managed to protect the islands.
In the 1960s, inspired by many other British colonies gaining independence, the people of Wright started holding negotiations with the British to gain self-governance. In 1970, the British finally agreed, and the Wright Islands became an independent nation, with Mark Ross being President.
At this point of time, Wright was becoming known for its increasingly prominent aviation industry (that built many weird planes), with the largest of such companies, Wright Engineering (a state-owned company), spearheading this trend. Mark Ross was an aviation fan too (he also used to work at management at Wright Engineering). As a result, the government took the decision to rename Wright to the "Republic of Cursed Planes". The decision was quite controversial at first, but time passed and everyone just got used to it, and accepted it as their national identity.
Wright Engineering was also renamed to RCP Engineering after the government purchased a 51% stake in the company to save it from bankruptcy, and remains a state-owned corporation to this day. It has built many of the RCP military's aircraft and land vehicles, and has designed several successful narrowbody airliners.
The RCP joined the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) shortly after inception. As a result, many of the military equipment made by RCP Engineering have been used by NATO member countries.
The RCP has supported its economy through its aerospace, resources (especially oil), manufacturing and trading sectors. Due to its location smack between the US, Europe and Africa, as well as its high level of safety, the RCP has attracted many foreign companies and investors to do business. As a result of the economic growth brought about by these sectors, the standard of living in the RCP is high and many people are wealthy.
Work In Progress…
- RCP Engineering
- Basalm Engines & Defence
- MTT Shipbuilding
- Tol Defence
- RCP Airways (flag-carrier)
- Island System Airways (ISA)
- Martin Airlines
- Wright Helishuttle