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Personal logo FingerandToeGlenn Sponsoring Member of TMP of Finger and Toe Models writes:

It was a stupid plan, Field Sergeant Eve de la Vega thought as she hugged dirt. Find the enemy. Pin them in place. Light them up. Let the fly boys do their thing. Except, her squad was the one pinned down, and her helmet was screaming warnings her squad had been the one lit up. Where were the cowboys? Then she heard it, a hum in the distance. From behind the enemy positions. Air strike! Her helmet magnified the image of twin missile trails headed her way. "This is it," she thought, just as the twin missiles curved almost 90 degrees downward to obliterate the enemy positions.

"Miss me?" she heard on her tac net. "You okay down there, Eve?" Denabah Res, her long time crush from afar and all-around-typical fighter jock.

Before she could answer, the hum resolved to a Corvo strike fighter in friendly colors as it barrel-rolled and streaked over. She saw two larger missiles launch and streak in tight curves back toward the enemy line. Muffled explosions told her something had been hit.

"I hate party crashers. All clear. See ya'" The Corvo streaked back to base.
Corvo Box Art

Corvo is a stealthy VTOL close-air-support ground-attack fighter that comes in two color schemes, with a landing gear stand and a flying pylon. With the landing gear stand, the Corvo can be an objective sitting on the flight line. Put it on the flying pylon, and it can swoop in to support your troops. Included are suggestions for using the Corvo in your sci-fi games, and a corporate data sheet of the type vendors hand out at armament trade shows. It's a small model – about five inches long and wide. Easy-to-build (the fuselage is only four parts plus the two missile pods), it's good for younger gamers as well, who may need some assistance with the cockpit canopy.

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with smoosh assurance: if ya'll smoosh your Corvo, a new one waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

Corvo is available from or for $2.00 USD.

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