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Beast-Class Missile Corvette

42.2k Supercraft888  3.7 years ago
Auto Credit Based on Supercraft888's Missile Patrol Boat

Hello Everyone! Supercraft888 again, and today i bring you one of my most ambitious projects yet, the Beast-Class Missile Corvette, created for EternalDarkness' Small Combat Vessel Challenge. Unfortunately, something went wrong and it didn't become a successor to the actual challenge, and although I tried to save the ship as a subassembly and put onto the challenge canvas, it wouldn't work. Anyway, I had an a amazing time building and testing this thing and I hope you guys have an awesome time sailing this thing! Otherwise, Enjoy!

Notes:
- All parts can be taken and used, as long as credit is given to me.
- The minigun used for the Close In Weapon System has been taken from another creator, I am unsure though of where it came from.
- The .50 cal machine guns were taken from my UH-11

---Instruction---
- Ag-1 and VTOL + TRIM to move 76 mm cannon
- Ag-2 and VTOL + TRIM to move left .50 cal machine guns
- Ag-3 and VTOL + TRIM to move right .50 cal machine guns
- Ag-4 and VTOL up to raise the Broadsword-2 cruise missile launcher
- Ag-5 to turn on lights
- AG-6 and VTOL + TRIM to move the Shield CIWS
- AG-7 to initiate counter measures
- Ag-8 to turn on engines
-Use VTOL to power up main engines
-Use roll to turn the ship

---Description---
The Beast class missile Corvette is a class of stealth warship designed and used by The Royal Canadian Navy. First ordered in 2017, and finally completed in 2019 It served as a back bone for Canada's navy during the second Cold War, protecting the shores of Canada from all potential enemies.

Equipped with 16 Broadsword-2 missiles, a 76 mm cannon, and the state of the art Shield CIWS, and four .50 caliber machine guns. The Beast class missile corvette carried a very potent armament for a ship of it's size. In addition to this, it had an advanced network of sensors that allowed it to scan the ocean and seafloor and communicate with other allied ships, making them ideal for patrolling and scouting the oceans. This network of information made it very difficult for enemy ships to engage a battle group of Canadian warships, since each battle group had at least three to four Beast-Class warships constantly feeding information.

Propelled by 3 water pumps jets, powered by 3 gas turbine engines, the Beast-Class warships were capable of travelling at an impressive 59 kilometers per hour or 51 knots it was a very fast ship with exceptionally long range, one of the fastest ships during the start of the war. It would eventually be able to cruise at up to 62 knots later on when it was upgraded.

A total of 117 vessels were planned, but as the war went on, over 250+ were built in order to supply allies with the Beast Class Corvette. All ships in the Beast class except for two (HMCS Yellowstone and HMCS Markham) are named after animals found in Canada.

"Its fast, and it packs a punch, it might not be to impressive since is so small, but that thought would be far behind you when there is cruise missiles being fired at you"
-Captain Micheal Smith, USS Hellfire

"We couldn't ask for a better ship, the Canadians made a ship so small, potent, and fast, its quite a surprise for the enemy for sure"
-Rear Admiral, Dmitri Nikulin

"It was an important part of our navy, it could even be considered the backbone of our navy"
-Chief Petty Officer, James Grey

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Missile Patrol Boat
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 34.4ft (10.5m)
  • Length 159.0ft (48.5m)
  • Height 46.3ft (14.1m)
  • Empty Weight 225,713lbs (102,382kg)
  • Loaded Weight 262,929lbs (119,262kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.205
  • Wing Loading 32,569.2lbs/ft2 (159,017.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 8.1ft2 (0.8m2)
  • Drag Points 71584

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1049
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    A late no problem!

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    @Supercraft888 no problemo 😁

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    @Supercraft888 :)

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    Thanks for the upvote m8

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    Thank you for the upvotes!

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    Appreciate the upvote y'all

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    Thanks for the upvotes guys!

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    Eh! Third! That's pretty dang good!

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    @Supercraft888 you did quite well. I think you are third in terms of points.

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    @EternalDarkness
    I didn't do too bad!

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    52.6k Ephwurd

    @Supercraft888 oh, aren't there any text editor apps in ios? (I'm not familiar with ios, except that you don't have access to mods).

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    @Ephwurd
    Sry mate, but I don't know how to accès the XML file on ios

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    @Supercraft888 ayy, np.

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    52.6k Ephwurd

    Nice work! Btw, to solve that successor issue, copy the challenge's URL in its xml file, and paste it in your build's xml file. The URL will be those 6 random characters on top of your xml file (example: url="tG76J0").

    You'll have to open it in a separate text editor though, as it can't be accessed or modified via Overload.

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    100k Wallaby

    @Supercraft888 np!

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    Thanks for the upvotes y'all!

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    @Feanor
    Thank you so much for the spotlight and upvote man! Helps me a lot.

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    Thanks for the upvotes guys! Much appreciated!

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    thanks for the upvotes guys!

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    thank for the upvotes guys!

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    Thank you so much for the spotlight and upvote dude!

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    Thank you!

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