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Man, Sir Andrew needs to invest in Smokeless Coal research, that's some thick smoke she's putting out! 

 

Seriously though, looks awesome!  I especially like the Aetheric Lance.

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This is absolutely one of the most imaginative and creative and amazing things I've ever seen. I'm seriously in AWE! Great job, Froggy!!!

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THAT is superlative my friend!  Do I detect some speaker parts there too?  And...an alternator cap?!  Excellent resource acquisition management!  ;)

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