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>>"Holy ****, 4 of them, talk about overkill :D"
>>"Holy ****, 4 of them? Talk about underkill D:"
Keep on rocking in the free world?
We're going to be dealing with the aft-ershocks of that comment for ages now.
On a serious note; love the design, its Pheonix class roots are evident in the various details, but its overall tighter profile makes it look more ergonomic and aggressive than the Pheonix.
Great job :)
A Hammer and a Shovel.
The benefits of living six years as a paranoid maniac, come at me Zeds!
Ziz; if only because it works as a more obscure counter to "Leviathan" than "Behemoth", whilst keeping the general sense of scale that the mythology implies. At least IMO.
That, or Prophet; it seems like a fairly logical precursor to "Harbinger"
Personal ideas for names aside; pretty damn fine model, the "Crown" effect at the top is particularly awesome (Dunno if thats what you were going for, but the top of it just reminds me of a crown :P). Keep being awesome!
I'd like to join, I really would, but I don't have the Steam version of Opfor :I
Fine choice in weaponry, Good sir; causality be damned.
"Just kind of popped into my head tonight"
And we have a model by morning.
Its a fact; this mod is being developed by Vampires, who require neither sleep nor sustenance.
All hail our glorious, and very talented, Vampire overlords!
(Also awesome model)
I like it, the design is clearly ancient.
God bless the Royal navy, and this mod too!
The true nature of SCP-087.
Loving the hell out of the one to the furthest left.
Scottish Grey Knights in Terminator armour.
Warp cleaned out within a day.
Coal powered lifts and trams are state of the art and highly expensive technologies. The Emperor does not approve of such expensive luxuries being installed on his warships; such trivialities may be reserved for privately owned vessels.
Here in the Imperium, we power our trams with slave labour and lots and lots of pulleys. Like a boss.
A few months ago, I predicted that Striders everywhere would collectively crap their pants due to this thing.
I take it back.
This thing looks to be so goddamn good at killing striders that they won't have the time to crap their pants.
I think that the Book reveals that Khorne was giving Kais a little help on the way, not outright possessing Kais.
Also, I'm pretty sure that this game was the first appearance of the Rail-Rifle :)
Unless the 2002 part is the Tau date rather than the date on the imperial calender, aren't Tau years like Dog years?
I doubt Russia, at least in the winter: Snow, Ice and Mud all over the place.
In the Western European theatres it might have more success, provided that there wasn't all that much mud in the areas it was deployed to, but that's still a pretty big "if". Not to mention that mass producing these things would be a pain in the *** :p .
However, Logic can go **** itself, I want to see one of those things fight Shermans!
What beauty is luck, that I finally get my Laptop fixed in time to be greeted with such an awesome new desktop background!
Also, Federal Nordic sounds awesome (Finland?).
Given how much detail is going into this particular universe, one question I'm asking is; will there be EU beyond the Mod?
Seriously, a DOV book would kick ***.
I love the way that the Depot actually looks like a practical station, utilizing the 3d nature of space in a utilitarian manner that makes sense. Very nice design, plus its nice to see something from the Democratic Federation (Technically?).
Very nice design!
Very, very nice. Sorta reminds me of a mix of the Drive core room in ME1 and the Engine room from the Tau ship level of Fire Warrior.
They say it's a Suicide mission. I say YES WE CAN.
Question about In-Universe stuff
...Is the BBC news theme still the same?
Very nice, however, IMO it could be made a *smidge* better by adding a red phone in.
Most Epic poster for a crossover...ever?
This needs to be done!
Right, so we get to cruise around alien worlds in a pretty sweet APC, killing xenos with our instrument of the Emperors might, and its set (sorta) in the stargate universe.
I love you people
Nice edit of Series Fnargs icon
Pocket watches: 'Cause wrist watches just aren't British enough!