Marvel Crisis Protocol Quinjet

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The latest terrain piece to be released for Marvel Crisis Protocl  is the Quinjet was used primarily by the Avengers for transportation to various locations, the Quinjet is first designed by the Wakanda Design Group, headed by Black Panther, T’Challa. Each one is equipped with VTOL capability and turbojet engines. A quinjet can reach 2.1 Mach. Two highly specialized ultra-large Quinjets were used to transport various superhero’s through space during the Infinity Crusade.  
We have been asked about the scale of the quinjet compared to models and so in the picture below as well as the fully assembled qunijet we have included a seperate figure so you can see the scale.
One interesting decision by the game design team was to make this expansion.  So it means that the Hulk can throw buildings but not the
Quinjet. But the truth is, if you are not playing in competitions then it is your game and its up to you whether you change the rules for whatever game you’re playing, so you decide if it stays indestructible or not.   For those wanting to know about the Quinjet’s use during the comics please read on.  Alternatively if you want to order this terrain piece you can do so at:
A surplus quinjet (“the Champjet”) was used by the Champions of Los Angeles during their brief tenure.
When the New Avengers were formed, Iron Man revealed that he had three new-model Quinjets that had been in beta testing when the Avengers disbanded. One was destroyed on their first outing to the Savage Land. These Quinjets used a 2×2 symmetrically-mounted modified Pratt & Whitney J48-P-8A Turbojet engines.[
During the period after the first Civil War, the Quinjets remained at the disposal of the official public teams, including the Mighty Avengers and the Dark Avengers. With the reunification of the Avengers teams following the Siege of Asgard, the Quinjets are once again the primary transportation for all of the Avengers teams.
The Quinjets were yet again redesigned and upgraded by Peter Parker and his company after the second superhuman civil war in order to convince the Avengers to accept his offer to fund them. The upgraded Quinjet model had complete stealth capabilities, and was completely undetectable by sonar, radar, or laser.
The Dagger is the Stealth/Furtive Quinjet, was a modified Quinjet used by the Midnight Angels in a battle with Doctor Doom.
Here are some Marvel tv facts. The Quinjet is an advanced aircraft used by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers for personal transport and aerial combat. There were several Quinjets active since the events leading up to Loki’s invasion of Earth.
In 1995, Captain Marvel and Nick Fury made use of an early version of a Quinjet called the Quadjet, during their trip to Mar-Vell’s Laboratory orbiting the Earth. The Quadjet was piloted by Captain Marvel and Maria Rambeau, who was able to shoot down and kill a Starforce member, Minn-Erva in pursuit.
Following Loki’s arrival on Earth and theft of the Tesseract, S.H.I.E.L.D. was put in a state of high alert, assembling various members of the Avengers and launching their Helicarrier, which carried a handful of Quinjet on board. A Quinjet was used as the transport that brought Steve Rogers and Phil Coulson aboard the Helicarrier.
In Stuttgart, Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, and several S.H.I.E.L.D. agents arrived in a Quinjet to intercept a public attack by Loki. Romanoff attempted to take Loki out with the Quinjet’s forward turret but couldn’t make a clear shot. Tony Stark later hijacked the Quinjet’s speaker system to play “Shoot to Thrill” as he made his entrance and swiftly took Loki out. However, as they were on their way back to the Helicarrier with their prisoner, the Quinjet was intercepted by Thor, who was able to enter after Iron Man opened the loading hatch at the rear. Thor then was able to make off with Loki.
Hawkeye about to attack the Helicarrier
A brainwashed Clint Barton and several mercenaries disguised as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents used a stolen Quinjet to attack the helicarrier and free Loki. During the attack, Hawkeye was captured, and several of the mercenaries were killed; however, Loki was able to escape using the stolen Quinjet.
Shortly after the attack on the Helicarrier, Captain America, Black Widow, and Hawkeye “hijacked” a Quinjet in order to get to New York City and head off Loki and the invading Chitauri; however, shortly after arriving, they were easily shot down by Loki and were forced to make an emergency landing.
Project Insight
Steve Rogers facing an attacking Quinjet
During the S.H.I.E.L.D. initiative: Project Insight, an initiative created to monitor worldwide activity and provide a pre-emptive strike against global threats before they could escalate, a new series of Quinjets with heavier weapons capabilities and scramjet engines were created to serve on the Project Insight Helicarriers. One such Quinjet was used against Captain America as he tried to escape from the Triskelion after being branded an enemy by Alexander Pierce.
During the Battle at the Triskelion, another Insight Quinjet attempted to shoot down Falcon, only to inadvertently blow a hole in an Insight Helicarrier’s underbelly for Falcon to enter. On the grounds of the Triskelion, legitimate S.H.I.E.L.D. pilots attempted to board their Quinjets to support Captain America, but most were destroyed by the Winter Soldier, who took the last one to fly up to the Helicarrier to stop Captain America.
Battle at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy
A squadron of Quinjets confiscated by Tomas Calderon were used to evacuate students and agents from the S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy during the HYDRA Uprising. They landed at the Iliad after its occupants won the Battle on the Iliad.
The New S.H.I.E.L.D.
Getting the Cloaking Technology
    “We have soldiers willing to sacrifice, but they need weapons. The enemy has the advantage. We need one of our own.”
    “You risked that for a Quinjet?”
    “No. For what we can do with one.”
    ―Phil Coulson and Alphonso Mackenzie[src]
Phil Coulson sent Melinda May, Skye, and Antoine Triplett in to a Government Storage Warehouse that had multiple quinjets in order to steal one. He wanted it for the cloaking technology that Quinjets have after he decided that using Leo Fitz to build cloaking technology for the Bus was inappropriate, given his condition.
The cloaking technology was reverse-engineered by Alphonso Mackenzie, with advice from Leo Fitz for the Bus. Afterwards, Coulson left a confrontation with Glenn Talbot in a cloaked Quinjet.
After Jemma Simmons’ cover in the HYDRA Laboratories was blown, Bobbi Morse had to drop her own cover, as the head of security, to help Simmons escape. After fighting off multiple HYDRA soldiers using her battle staves, Morse and Simmons fled to the roof, where according to Morse their escape route was located. They then jumped off the roof, landing on a cloaked Quinjet piloted by Antoine Triplett. They then flew back to the Playground.
Melinda May piloted the Quinjet to Okinawa, Japan to follow a lead about Toshiro Mori. Afterwards, she flew the plane to Bruges, Belgium, but they arrived too late to save Noelle Walters and her team from being massacred by Marcus Scarlotti and his mercenaries.
Coordinating her field agents between Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Boston, May piloted the Quinjet during S.H.I.E.L.D.’s hunt for Grant Ward after he escaped federal custody.
Dividing into two teams, Phil Coulson took Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Alphonso Mackenzie, and Bobbi Morse with him to San Juan to search for the city that matched the Words of Creation in a Quinjet, leaving Melinda May, Skye, Lance Hunter and Antoine Triplett on the Bus to help in the protection of Raina.
Aboard the plane, Mack talked to Morse about Hunter’s knowledge of their mission and if he was replacing Isabelle Hartley on it; she told him that her ex-husband knew nothing about it and she did not want him involved.
In Puerto Rico, the silence between Fitz and Simmons grew too uncomfortable for Mack, so he chose to inspect the landing gear to give them privacy. Tearfully, Simmons attempted to explain why she left Fitz months ago to go undercover; he interrupted, explaining that he could not work with her. She asked if he was quitting S.H.I.E.L.D. He further explained that he wanted to work for her and made her leader of the science team.
Four Quinjets owned by HYDRA surrounded the Bus when Grant Ward traced Raina’s tracking device to find her for Daniel Whitehall. Ward promised that the HYDRA Quinjets would not fire upon them if they relinquished Skye and Raina to him. Whitehall, however, told Agent 33 to order them to attack.
Grant Ward took one of the four Quinjets to San Juan to reunite Skye with her father. Meanwhile, the other three attacked the Bus. The HYDRA pilots believed that they had destroyed the plane when Antoine Triplett and Melinda May combined their piloting skills to fool them by cloaking after setting off an explosion.
The S.H.I.E.L.D. Quinjet was landed atop the Ponce de León Theater; Phil Coulson led his agents in the Battle for the Kree City from there.
The Quinjet is a jet used frequently used by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers. As the successor to the Quadjet, Quinjets possess unique flight capabilities thanks to their unique wings which contain turbine fans. While most Quinjets are lightly armed, Project Insight introduced a series of Quinjets with a wider range of weapons.

This is a beautiful model that can be used for emergency extraction or emergency entrance. The lovely thing is you decide if it is protected and you can order it