Péricles has released a well-rounded trio of new paper models at Paper Commander. The Epee, Dorkathi and Talon are all available to build now! Each zip package contains Adobe Reader PDF files and Pepakura models. The Epee includes an attracting mounting stand, the large Dorkathi is one of the easiest oversize models to build and the Talons come in three flavors: Church of Man, Pirate and Gemini Sector Militia. Have fun!
After you construct these three, try out some of these other fantastic paper designs!
Sylvester is looking at possibly restarting his fan fiction story Chronicles of the Claw. He's posted the first 60-odd pages to solicit feedback and get a feel for the direction he should go. Check out Crius.net for the story so far.
I had started writing this a couple years ago, but I had to stop when I went to college and ROTC. I'm thinking about starting it up again and I was interested in your feedback on the part I've already written. The story is attached as two Word files to this post. The pages are set up like you were reading a paperback. Comments welcome and Merry Christmas!
“One second Maverick, I’ll be right there.” The other Dralthi was on Knight’s tail, but that was by Khumalo’s own design. He pulled up into a half loop, flipped over and quickly dropped his Porcupine Mine. The Dralthi followed him into the maneuver, right into the waiting surprise. It promptly exploded upon contact, leaving Knight free to assist Blair.
Maverick continued to do snap rolls, pulling hard away from incoming Kilrathi fire. Whenever he had attempted to come around and fire on one of the Dralthi, the other started following him from the opposite direction. “Can’t shake em…”
“I got you covered buddy.” Knight replied, loosing a Spiculum IV Image Recognition missile from the undercarriage of his Raptor. The Spiculum was tuned to the image of one of the hostile Dralthi, and it bore in on the Kilrathi craft. The Dralthi attempted an evasive, which gave Maverick the room to pull out of the laser fire. The missile sailed wide of the Dralthi, which had a much sharper turning radius.