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Icarus_The_King_Of_Angels

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Odin Turret.png The Odin turret is the basic defensive cannon produced by IckyTech, shown here with one of our proprietary SCU devices. (cost coming later when I have time to break down an Odin into the base resources needed to make it and calculate their value)

The Odin Turret has a fairly powerful impact on enemies techs, but where it really hits heart is their hearts. This turret's mere presence shows that a battle will take a very, very long time, as it is incredibly difficult to breach its walls in order to disable it. (not really, but for lore purposes!)
 

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I'll figure something out eventually. For now though, I'll just say Fifteen GEO celestian blocks (we need them for powering our warp-based projects) or equivalent in cash.
 
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Soviet_Samuelson

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Introducing the IckyTech RDA Tank! The Rapidly Deployed Artillery is a very small tank that, once in an ideal location, can anchor and raise its single Battleship Cannon with the X button for mid-range bombardment! On sale now for only six GEO Celestian blocks! View attachment 22033
Thats like, too muxh
 

Lord Zarnox

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Introducing the IckyTech RDA Tank! The Rapidly Deployed Artillery is a very small tank that, once in an ideal location, can anchor and raise its single Battleship Cannon with the X button for mid-range bombardment! On sale now for only six GEO Celestian blocks! View attachment 22033
I like your use of the GSO Node Silos for decoration. Also, why is every corporation except for GeoCorp using gold now?
Come to think of it, a golden GeoCorp tech is actually quite ironic.