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    IDW 90: Sounds of the Stars/Alien Instruments
    Winner: Trashy

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    The Celian Flata

    From the outside the Cilian Flata design is slightly similar to the double flute designs made by humanoids. History points out that the Cellian Flata is ancient compared to human instruments though but far more advanced. What makes this instrument unique is it can only be played by alien species that have four hands and two mouths. Trying to play the instrument with just one mouth and two hands results in atrocious sounds that are simply unbearable to hear. However when played correctly the two corresponding barrels of the instrument create beautiful harmonic sounds.


    IDW 90: Sounds of the Stars/Alien Instruments


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    IDW 91: Dragon Harness
    Winner: Mr--Jack

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    IDW 91: Dragon Harness

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    IDW 92: Baba Yaga – An IDW/ChOW Crossover event
    Winner: yoitisi

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    IDW 92: Baba Yaga – An IDW/ChOW Crossover event

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    IDW 93: Crockery Set
    Winner: noche

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    Pitcher, fountain, bowl, glasses.

    This is a middle class Atlantean family crockery set; nobility and higher class would have way more luxury in their designs, and more pieces.

    IDW 93: Crockery Set

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    IDW 94: Transport for Two
    Winner: Deon

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    IDW 95: Scrapheap Challenge
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    IDW 96: Alien Tripod
    Winner: zeo-x

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    IDW 97: Stealth Tank
    Winner: Majenkus

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    Code Name: Ambush

    The most effective predatory device (detection and destruction) of tanks is aircraft and the most important design feature of the Ambush is the flat surface facing upwards so any radiation emitted from above that plane would be deflected away from the source. Thus the Ambush effectively counters radar detection and guided air to ground missiles. Sources of detection on the ground are also a threat. The surfaces below the top plane work equally as well against electronic detection and guided weapon devices emanating from below that plane (ground level). To assist in avoiding detection while moving the Ambush also features a liquid nitrogen heat signature reduction and an internal dust trail signature filter is available below the tank while the tracks and track skirts are out.

    While moving, the Ambush's ability to avoid radar detection is incredible; while in Hibernation Mode, the Ambush is undetectable by conventional means. The tank is able able to perform its battlefield roll by moving into position and waiting undetected before launching its attack. However, the Ambush can only be used in conjunction or as the vanguard of a coordinated attack with more conventional units. The Ambush is most effectively used at long range from an unsuspecting flank or the rear, destroying key components of the enemy force in order to sew panic into the enemy before the regular units take advantage of the enemy's disarray. The tank sacrifices so much in mobility and speed for its design and onboard technologies, that it lacks the proficient means to extricate itself from a close-up fray, where its stealth technologies do no good. Some particular weaknesses of the Ambush are foot and small mounted units (jeeps and dune buggies) or any other unit that does can rely on sight detection and has excellent mobility.

    IDW 97: Stealth Tank

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    IDW 98: Mission to Mars, Orbital Station
    Winner: Majenkus

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    "Welcome to Gargantua 11, Mars Orbital Space Station. After the first 10 Gargantuas crashed into Earth, VB Industries was persuaded by the Earth government to build something to 'orbit' Mars."

    Assumptions about Gargantua 11:

    - Materials and energy sources are the same as present day, only stronger and more efficient (ie no fusion).

    - No artificial gravity and humans need to rotate at ~2rpms or less to avoid discomfort during prolonged periods.

    - Single Stage to Orbit reusable craft will become an efficient means of putting things in space.

    IDW 98: Mission to Mars - Orbital Station

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    IDW 99: Ultimate Drawing Tool
    Winner: Kischi

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    “I think I came up with this idea, because of the wide-spread sentence in this forum ‘Omg awesome I'll come and steal your brain’ So that’s the high tech version of stealing brains”

    IDW 99: Ultimate Drawing Tool

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    IDW 100: The Mechanical Man, Special Round!
    Winner 1st Place: D@niel
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    Winner 2nd Place: Xgabo
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    Winner 3rd Place: Rezeroth

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    IDW 100: The Mechanical Man, Special Round

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    IDW 101: Speedbirds
    Winner: Alembic

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    "The Piaggio Aero PC17 was Italy's winning entry in the 100th Anniversary Schneider Trophy race, held in August, 2013 in Monaco. Based on the Piaggio PC7, an uncompleted entry designed by Ing. Giovanni Pegna for the 1929 races, the PC17 was powered by afterburning turbojets specially designed and built for the race by Avio Propulsione Aerospaziale. A nationwide effort by Italian industry, the PC17 incorporated much early 21st century technology borrowed from Formula One and offshore hydrofoil racing designs. On takeoff a massive jet-ski type water thruster in the rear of the hull/fuselage propelled the aircraft up onto its hydroplanes, at which point the main engines were engaged.

    The PC17's victory was tarnished by the mayhem that ensued when the pilot, Cdr. Vincenzo "Vinnie" Boombazz, banked on his victory lap in order to acquire a closer view of two topless supermodels waving from the sun-deck of the megayacht Persephone; seconds later his aircraft collided with the Minolta blimp. By a series of near-miracles, neither pilot, supermodels, nor airship crew received more than superficial injuries. Sadly, the PC17 was a total loss."

    - Quoted from Jane's All The World's Ridiculously Fast Racing Seaplanes (2030 ed.)

    IDW 101: Speedbirds

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    IDW 102: Vacuum Cleaner
    Winner: Arekkusu

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    'Kuuki' - Japanese for Air.

    A light weight battery powered upright hoover. Features Articulated head and powered combs with side suction. Combined with vertical flexibility via the main hinge it allows the user to achieve a clean that would, almost, satisfy even the most OCD afflicted individuals.

    IDW 102: Vacuum Cleaner
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    IDW 103: Newborn
    Winner: Silicone

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    Earth is no longer a habitable planet. Human nature has almost destroyed itself in its pointless effort to gain control over life itself...the only way to survive in the harsh conditions is by losing humanity.....by becoming technology..........

    IDW 103: Newborn

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    IDW 104: Epic Bombard, Pre-1900
    Winner: Mulm

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    There was this king that wanted to go to war (with anyone), so he had the biggest bombard ever built for his army. When he discovered that the mere presence of the behemoth on the battlefield would result in the surrender of the enemy, he had his castle built on top of said mountain-sized cannon. The king wasn't one for fireworks or loud noises, so the cannon never fired. Its sole purpose was to be the biggest, most intimidating thing on the battlefield. And it was.

    IDW 104: Epic Bombard, Pre-1900

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