Star Trek: Armada 3 is an upcoming mod for Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion. Beginning around the time of the Dominion war the mod will progress on it's own branching timeline. Players will have access to four races initially on release...
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Unikraken Oct 22 2013, 3:42pm says:

Holy **** does this look good!

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tt0022 Oct 22 2013, 3:55pm says:

ramming speed? against that qube?

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Faced Oct 22 2013, 4:25pm replied:

If worf thinks it's possible, then I think it's possible.

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Mustav Oct 23 2013, 1:40pm replied:

Worf: I'm a graduate of Starfleet Academy. I know many things.

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Shvidler Oct 22 2013, 4:02pm says:

Resistance seemes to be quite futile here )

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JC123 Oct 22 2013, 4:05pm says:

Is this before the Enterprise E shows up? The Defiant needs some help.

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jonsin1459 Oct 22 2013, 4:51pm says:

aha i was waiting for this. A cube in action. Love the weapon effects, the kinda wide angle beam, very reminiscent of first contact !

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GenezisO Oct 22 2013, 5:55pm says:

definitely game play stuff......I guess, or not? another wallpaper?
it really looks like in game

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Gul-Dukat(tech) Oct 23 2013, 2:22am replied:

Sure is gameplay :) Almost looks better than the wallpapers heheh

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GenezisO Oct 23 2013, 5:51pm replied:

cool :)

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MindwipeUK Oct 23 2013, 4:54am replied:

most of the pictures on here are in game shots

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TheBleachDoctor Oct 22 2013, 6:04pm says:

"Perhaps today IS a good day to die! Prepare for ramming speed!"

I wonder if that would have taken the cube out?

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kleb26 Oct 22 2013, 7:05pm replied:

if it had they would have done that first and sacrificed one ship instead of losing loads in a fight

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Cailean_556 Oct 23 2013, 3:35am replied:

Would it take the cube out? Probably not however it would most definitely have a big hole in it. Look at the Nerada in ST-XI when it was rammed by the Kelvin. It didn't destroy it but it managed to knock it out of action. Fast forward to an era of more exotic weapons and higher powered reactors and who knows... Maybe the cube would become the Borg rectangle... =P

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Maxloef1990 Oct 23 2013, 6:01am replied:

Mind you the Cube is still fully functional when its 80% damaged, dont think the same counts for the Narada.

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Sun_Xiaomei Oct 23 2013, 7:07am replied:

And even if it is damaged(which is unlikely), Borg drones would be able to fix it pretty fast. Think of those drones as lower-class mindless Data.

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spartan11011 Oct 29 2013, 2:25pm replied:

You are forgetting something: the Defiant's warp core. If the anti-matter core of the Defiant blew inside the cube after ramming it, wave by-by to the Borg

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jonsin1459 Oct 23 2013, 7:56am replied:

I think worf in first contact thought this was it, we are finished so at least try to ram a hole in them, as for the effectiveness no one can say, but the cube had probably taken hundreds if not thousands of weapon impacts so i would think it would not do much at all.

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ArbiterN7 Oct 23 2013, 12:24pm replied:

Heres a better question. What would've happened to the Cube in Best of Both Worlds if the Enterprise had gone to warp into the path of the Cube as Riker was going to do before Data stopped him?

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jonsin1459 Oct 23 2013, 12:41pm replied:

Interesting question. The Galaxy class was approx 5,000,000 metric tons. The kinetic energy of that at warp impacting anything would surely obliterate it. Depends just how resilient Borg materials and shielding is, assuming that they could actually catch a cube at warp to ram it.
Although it could make an effective weapon, a warhead with a mini warp drive if thats possible goes to warp at a cube that is at sublight speeds.

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kleb26 Oct 23 2013, 4:14pm replied:

I think the main consideration should be the mechanics of their warp drive. If space warps around the ship then the borg ship would warp around them unaffected as they passed through. If it reduces the ships mass to allow for its speed then the kinetic impact might not be that great. If it works be spatial compression and expansion then the borg ship would hit the enterprise and i think that would work like a conventional impact and possibly quite devastating however space is moving not the ship and I don't know if that changes how collisions would work: maybe the borg ship would be crushed in the spatial compression...
A very interesting question and I suppose the answer is dependent on your view of warp travel.

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jonsin1459 Oct 23 2013, 7:13pm replied:

also you have to realize that trekkers will consider it a lot more than a director. They will see it as a plot device or special effect.

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ArbiterN7 Oct 27 2013, 12:54am replied:

Ya sounds about right. All i know is i wish i cld see it in action (or a conventional collision for that matter)

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Cailean_556 Oct 23 2013, 3:37am says:

Also, your models and effects are of particularly outstanding detail. Good job fellas, keep it up.

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Halcius Oct 23 2013, 9:57pm says:

Sector 001...

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ONF Oct 27 2013, 3:45am says:

Good view!

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