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Thanks for throwing me an invite! :)
Am I the only one who kinda wants to see a Nor-type station refit to DS9 levels of awesome and take on an entire Klingon fleet?
"It's been a long road, getting from there to here..."
You're too kind.
More along the lines of the magic war bus.
"This is the captain speaking, all personnel prepare for drop. We are at T-minus three and counting."
"First echelon, you're with me. Blanket those cruisers. Take 'em out one by one. Second echelon, keep those carriers busy."
Dear mother of god...
It is a Timber Wolf, the pinnacle of weapons technology, though I doubt a freeborn such as yourself would recognize it as such.
Down with the Inner Sphere.
Sooo... not Craigslist?
It's utilitarian because it's essentially a scaled up version of just about everything else they build (including that one ground vehicle from ME3). Whereas other races have to design everything for larger vessels the geth only have scale things up linearly, for the most part, and simplify the process thus cutting back on time and resources required.
Also this may not have been taken into account when the devs thought up the geth craft but they actually look to be more thought out than those of other races; I mean this only from an armor standpoint. One of the greatest innovations in the past century in mechanized warfare has been sloped armor, its advantage being that a tank needs less armor to neutralize an incoming shell than say if the armor was set vertically. In space there is no way to have sloped armor, at least in the classical sense, work because an enemy can essentially attack from any angle. In fact the only way to have any defense similar to sloped armor is to make a ship into a sphere. While they are not spheres, geth craft are the most curved vessels in the game, and have better chances of surviving mass effect fire that pass through their kinetic barriers.
Of course all this could just also be me talking out of my ***.
Awesome, as always, but what's with that weird shadow striping, or is that just me?
Does this mean that you'll be remodeling the turian frigate as well?
*Takes a step back* Images1.wikia.nocookie.net
You forgot the smartass pilot, quirky mechanic, old war buddy, not so smart but loyal muscle, respectable individual, doc who's on the run with his skitzo sister, and mysterious preacher.
"Burn the land and boil the sea, you can't take the sky from me."
They should have disruptor torpedoes.
It's like Star Trek, but without that pesky Prime Directive, so it's much better!
Or it could be possible to have the trade ports have multiple types of trade ships, each spawning several small ones that carry a small amount of credits but move quickly and one or two large ones that carry large bulks but move slowly.
Yes! Tail fins! This mod is perfect now.
Ahem, actually the block design makes more sense.
Its stated in the Codex that most vessels (mainly those that are not intended for atmospheric maneuvering) have decks, which I quote, are "perpendicular to their thrust axis." This means that for those standing on a deck their feet are directed to the ship's engines and their heads to the front of the ship.
For a design like this it makes more sense for a ship to be block like as it makes placing systems, corridors, and so forth much more easier not to mention it would be far more easier and cheaper to construct.
The classic Alliance design seems to be a bit ridiculous when this is taken into account.
I prefer the old, it gave more variety to the Cerberus Fleet.
Ah... damn me...
I feel that I just have to ask, are those rear tail fins (the ones that stick up along the end of most Alliance cruiser type ships) going to be absent from now on? I can adjust to not having them but every time I see an update I kinda hope I'll see them again and kinda die inside whenever I don't. Please, can you tell me if you've done away with them permanently?
The black parts really give it an armored feeling.
I'm just gonna make a fleet of these and wipe out the Reapers.
Kinda miss the old one, still can't complain.
Oh and is that a third mass accelerator on the belly?
This looks like its straight out of the ME games.
The only thing that I'd like to see is the little flap things at the back of the cruiser. I don't want to seem demanding but you did put them in for the Cerberus cruiser and both ships have them.
So I took a better look at the older models and they definitely different and look more detailed than your more recent ones. What happened to them?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the old model (from the last "Complete Fleet Update" and assuming that it was a different model) looked a lot more like the Alliance Dreadnought.