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    IDW: 309 Fusion Powered Horse Drone - Finals

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    IDW:#309 Fusion Powered Horse Drone - Finals Thread


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    1.Post your finals in this thread. Please refrain from comments andcritiques until the polls are up, those post will be removed.

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    One of nearly a million large (5.9 metre) GS EQ-112 Kinnara drones employed on Tau Ceti F (11.89 lightyears from Earth), an uninhabited planet over 70% of whose surface is devoted to the production of quintatriticale wheat. The drones, which are capable of attaining speeds of 130 kph/hr, range over the vast plains for months at a time monitoring growing conditions, sampling crop health and quality, and transmitting the data to mechanized regional base stations. Manufactured by Gupta-Shenyang in their immense facility on Titan and utilizing OnGo® AI, the EQ-112 is completely autonomous, ingesting grain both for chemical analysis as well as for use in fueling its pair of football-sized fusion reactors.

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    Thank you alembic. Your hard work shows on this piece. I like the blurring of the blades to suggest fast movement.

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    Agreed. Looking great Alembic. I like the narrative too, interesting to see more of that world, in some fake sci-fi wildlife documentary or something. Round goes to you. I've got something new, and will post later today hopefully. Stay tuned!
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