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I like it, it's a really well made ship, but it seems like you guys already established what the Tobari ships look like, and this one doesn't seem to follow that precedent.
That's in game already.
Longswords are a little too big to fit inside these hanger bays, however We've been tinkering with the idea of having crew/officer exchange via pelicans similar to what the Complex boys are doing with crew pods.
None of us at the moment are savvy enough with animations to do something that complex, but we really intend to flesh out the gameplay with details such as the one you mentioned.
In the vanilla game, the ships were able to board each other via boarding pods or a gravity lift-like beam. I'll simply make the pods look like HEV's and the beam appear more like a gravity lift, and viola.
I'm not sure what you mean, clone.
We may consider working together in the future, but in the meantime, we implore you to think of HHF and HSI as two separate mods. Don't forget to tell people about us both!
That's in-game art.
It's a possibility we at Starside Intercept are considering. You know what they say, Bungieness is close to Godliness.
Not soon enough my friend, not soon enough.
Really small planet.
That's a really nice screenshot.
Don't forget the TNG and TOS era ships!
Yeah, I understand this mod is supposed to make this game look like a Hollywood production, but even they film on site. The asphalt does not complete the picture here.
It does look a heck a' a lot better, especially the tiles on the far right corner of the building.
The brick wall does look a little repetitive though. Also, the street looks questionably modern, and there ain't no leaves under the tree!
Ha ha, ye olde madcat.
I remember scripting this in game, but I think the issue was that you couldn't get out?
ALPHA ALPHA BETA PHI!!!!!!
...I dropped out of college...
Looks more like a jumbo jet.
Maybe the missile racks could be integrated onto the front? I think they look kind of awkward sticking out out the sides like that.
That's a pretty beast idea if you can get it to work.
I don't know about the pagoda roofing. I think if you just made it look completely utilitarian, with minimal detail, and put some traditional scrawls on the side, it would convey the Chinese look better then traditional Chinese architecture of the 1200s awkwardly added to a modern structure.
It looks good though.
That map looks like it will be fun to play on.
That looks amazing!