First Strike is a Star Wars total conversion modification for Battlefield 2142. The goal of First Strike is to totally immerse the players into the amazing universe of Star Wars by presenting the most accurate representations of famous Star Wars locales, weapons, and characters, and combining them with exciting, fast paced gameplay and features new to the Battlefield scene. Within this mod you'll find yourself as a soldier of the Galactic Empire or as a freedom fighter for the Rebel Alliance. You'll fight across lovingly detailed recreations of various Star Wars locations with a wide array of weapons and vehicles.

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Thestjester Jun 24 2007 says:

study human anatomy. The torso area being as large as it is, makes the arms and legs seem dwarfed in comparison. Thats a rather long neck as well.

Besides that, not bad :)

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ProlificTeam Jun 24 2007 says:

We are restricted alot by the BF and it's Soldier skeleton. our models need to match the pre existing skeleton.

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xXxHieroxXx Jun 25 2007 says:

Too be honest, it looks like the crotch of the pants are to low... so I wouldn't worry much 'bout that. Because the belt across his waist it way higher than the crotch area. So I think its pretty good.

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RogerRamjet Jun 26 2007 says:

If you take off the belts, chest armour and thermal protection from under the main suit, you will find the main figure quite well proportioned.. if you want some references, take a look at the B17 crew who covered themselves in flak jackets, sheeps skin and wool coats and other protection and then try and tell me they are correctly proportioned.. most of them had crotches down to their knees.. lol.. great work guys... nice clay looking model..

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Kark-Jocke Jan 30 2012 says:

Good Work :)

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