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Haunebu III

9,818 CharlesDeGaulle  one month ago

Wunderwaffe serie

- Die Glocke
- Haunebu IIB
- Haunebu III


Read the controls carefully. This isn't as easy to use as a Tutorial Plane, it's an antigravity spacecraft !

  • To take off, AG1, you take off vertically.
  • Then AG2 and AG3 simultaneously, and disable AG1. Use the throttle, once you reach a speed of at least 500km/h, you can deactivate the AG3 if you want to maneuver.
    If, on the contrary, you want to have a stable flight position, keep G3 activated, and use TRIM to climb or descend, as well as VTOL, helped by Z and S, Q, D to make a wide turn.
  • AG4 to activate the turret, select the target, it will aim automatically, and you just have to shoot. To fire, turn TRIM and VTOL to 0, and if you're not in a stable flight position, turn G3 back on. To shoot with good precision, it is advisable to do it below 1000 km/h.
  • AG5: Activate the air-ground cannons, handle them with the mouse and joystick, and put yourself on the right camera to aim. As there is a gyro to stabilize the aim, you can use it in a stable flight position or when the AG7 is activated for more stability.
  • AG6 : Lights.
  • AG7 : Motor Boost.


Yes, it's huge!
Its diameter is the length of an A380 ! (70 meters)

Description

Its design began in 1945 in Germany, and was completed in 1947 somewhere in Antarctica, with the commissioning of the first copy (out of two planned), in 1948.
This class of Haunebu was intended to operate over a long range, thanks to its high speed and nuclear reactor, it can go very far.
It is also a terrifying war machine, thanks to its radar-assisted triple 40mm anti-aircraft turret, as well as its 50mm guns loaded with nuclear-charged shells, intended to cause damage to any ground target.
Being a valuable unit, it rarely moves alone in Earth and is often escorted by at least two Vril1.
What you see which looks like small bulging portholes are in fact cameras, which retransmit the images inside the craft.

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 159.1ft (48.5m)
  • Length 159.1ft (48.5m)
  • Height 43.8ft (13.4m)
  • Empty Weight N/A
  • Loaded Weight 25,368lbs (11,506kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 36.32
  • Wing Loading 50.2lbs/ft2 (245.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 505.0ft2 (46.9m2)
  • Drag Points 1077

Parts

  • Number of Parts 424
  • Control Surfaces 7
  • Performance Cost 2,169
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    544 Bubby1234

    It’s a ufo 🛸

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    544 Bubby1234

    Amazing 🤩

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    @CharlesDeGaulle k

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    @TheHaggisBasher
    Right now, I don't have time, there's a project in the works, but we'll have to wait a bit.

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    now we need modern haunebus
    @CharlesDeGaulle @Droidy247

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    570 Droidy247

    @CharlesDeGaulle so any modern missile system could shoot it down,thanks for the explanation

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    @Droidy247
    A Haunebu would literally have no chance against an S400/500, Patriot or Aster missile for example.
    Today, a Haunebu equipped with technologies dating from the Second World War would be militarily ineffective and useless.
    He could, however, avoid the missiles by staying in space, but what would be the point of staying in space ?
    Haunebu would have been effective in the 1950s, but its effectiveness was reduced as new, faster and faster radar-headed missiles appeared.

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    570 Droidy247

    @CharlesDeGaulle Interesting,this haunebu and vrils are practically obsolete in terms of armaments but if they use it correctly it might be effective but by the time they use it for world domination allied laser,radar and tracking system might have matured enough to be deployed almost around the globe with minimal cost

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    @Droidy247 3/4 of the Haunebu would be destroyed in BVR before they could even detect enemy planes on their radars.

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    570 Droidy247

    the haunebu and vrils are outmatched in terms of maneuverability but it still uses projectile based weaponry which is useless during literal faster than light flight and if it faced squadron of 5th or 6th gen fighters with missiles and laser pods I wonder what the fight would looked liked

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    @MadAgus
    Nice ! Tag me on your Vril 7 !

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    2,742 MadAgus

    it's great to see the vril prototype escorting the haunebu iii.

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    2,742 MadAgus

    Wow, the inside of this ufo is great, I can even play it on my cell phone (I have a galaxy a32), if all goes well today I will post my vril 7 remade

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    T : @xNotDumb

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    MORE MORE I TELL YOU WE NEED A WHOLE FLEET OF THESE

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    Haunebu Pro max 2.0 : )

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    @TheHaggisBasher

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