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Fokker D.XXIII

Plasma Bomber added 1 month ago

Aaand back to the pattern we go. Here goes a twin-tractor-pusher-engine Dutch WWII fighter aircraft, the D.XXIII by Fokker.

It's quite heavy compared to the previous one, so one may think of placing a better prop on the nose. I've published a "showcase" version at the Factory, you can find it by the tag: [whr].

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Function rating by Ingmar11810.0
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Artjomski
1 month ago
Nice one.

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Ingmar118
1 month ago
i never knew my country actually had WW2 warplanes xD

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whirsil
1 month ago
Well... there was exactly one prototype produced, but nevertheless. ^_^
Ingmar118
1 month ago
lol xD
we tried defending using something called the "water line", we basicly made a giant lake out of our country.
too bad the germans had paratroopers, we didnt even last a week xD

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whirsil
1 month ago
Almost everyone in Europe tried their old tricks while the Germans jumped up with a bag of new ones. It helped against the French back in 17th century though, and those waterline forts, as I've heard, came to be a neat tourist attraction nowadays. :)

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