The reapers have returned from dark space. With Earth under attack and the mass relays in a state of chaos from refugees and the councils fleet engaging reaper forces the galaxy is a mess. The outcome is unknown, the warfare is devastating. The galaxy will never be the same.

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Cerberus Support Capital Ship: Synthesis V2
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Unikraken Creator
Unikraken Dec 14 2012 says:

I like the concept art version much better, but it's still a nifty design.

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davidt0504 Dec 14 2012 replied:


I think I liked the concept better because it seemed much more unique than the other cerberus ships. It still had that cerberus feel but had a very identifiable silhouette

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axis5 Dec 14 2012 replied:

I have to agree, the concept design is also wider than the previous model, but the flatter proportions of the concept looks better to me.

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Guest Dec 14 2012 says:

Just wondering, wouldnt those external Nodes be extremely sensitive to weapons fire and could eventually damage the entire battlegroup it might be a part of? just thinking out loud here since the forces needed to jump a fleet would potentially be enough to wipe it out as well when de-stabilized by weapons fire, and the nodes are very exposed on the outside.
Not ment as a critic to the model, i love the design and dont think it needs any changes :)

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KaptenHaddock Dec 14 2012 replied:

Well Guest, such things would be included in the "drawbacks" mentioned in the description :)

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Lord_Setesh Author
Lord_Setesh Dec 14 2012 replied:

Weapon impact is also dictated by mass of an object, A main gun drops the mass of a slug accelerates it to 1-2% of light speed and it hits with extreme force. If this ship exists in a perpetual zero mass state its ability to slow or render incoming rounds ineffective increases. Also keep in mind this is an experimental design by Cerberus. Even technologically enhanced humans make mistakes.

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Lockerd Dec 14 2012 says:

You're making it very difficult for me not to play Cerberus.

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MarsGodofWar Dec 14 2012 says:

i'm still going to main reapers, I wanna see those guys skinned, also more gameplay video

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MooCowBanshee Dec 14 2012 says:

Will the Alliance/council races have something close to this ship?

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Grim1316 Dec 14 2012 says:

I think this design would almost fit better as the rebel faction titian maybe make it a bit bigger and so forth.

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HaydenB Dec 14 2012 says:

It's a shame that the node won't be able to spin...

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Lord_Setesh Author
Lord_Setesh Dec 14 2012 replied:

haha well we will see about that.

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After the events at Ilos, Cerberus became almost obsessive about the prothean design of the conduit. After studying it for quite some they found a way to build the design into an experimental ship. Two, Point to Point Massless Corridor Nodes (One on each wing) that allows the ship and several ships in its fleet to jump at near mass relay speeds without the need for a Mass Relay. Extremely expensive and equally large draw backs but may come in handy for quick escape, or if you are feeling ballsy a back door into an enemies base.

After looking a V1 I realized it was structurally unsound to make a ship capable of modifying mass that long. The ship would ripped apart by the tidal forces. I consolidated the design made it smaller and added structural supports along the center section to help keep the ship together during its perpetual zero mass state.

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