Stargate: War Begins is a full conversion for the awesome tactical fleet simulator Nexus: The Jupiter Incident. We intend to recreate the feeling of the hit Sci-fi Tv shows Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe. Our goals are to implement all of the ships seen in the series, and the original Stargate movie, and to release a full single player campaign, with configurable ships, and all the oppurtunities Nexus can provide.

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Tau'ri GN-3 Mine
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Nathanius Oct 6 2010, 7:54am says:

Looks nasty :D

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Railgunner2160 Oct 6 2010, 8:56am replied:

what else do you call a really big nuke :)

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nokanomi Oct 15 2010, 10:20pm replied:

my friend?

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Yoda900 Oct 6 2010, 10:02am says:

Is this a proximity nuke or a beam nuke?

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DreamorCZ Author
DreamorCZ Oct 6 2010, 1:11pm replied:

It's proximity nuke (well, it's a space mine). You will have a chance to use them in one of campaign missions.

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malcolmreed Oct 6 2010, 1:46pm says:

Really cool project, can't wait to see the implementation!

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Scr00ge Oct 6 2010, 2:01pm says:

whats about a screen of the explosion?

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DreamorCZ Author
DreamorCZ Oct 8 2010, 2:53pm replied:

Not decided, yet.

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catman_94 Oct 9 2010, 4:19am says:

tsar bomba ?......

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DreamorCZ Oct 9 2010, 5:13am replied:

Well, Tsar bomba (Car/Царь) had "only" 50 MegaTons. GN-3 should have around about 1 200 MegaTons.

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Domin[8]or Oct 9 2010, 2:20pm replied:

''only'' 50 megtons :D

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Mularac Creator
Mularac Oct 9 2010, 11:59pm replied:

keep in mind that most of the destructive force of a nuclear blast is not the blast itself but the wind it generates. And since there's no air in space, the power of the bomb is quite diminished.

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Chewiethemoptop Oct 22 2010, 9:42am replied:

I thought that nuclear explosions in space *aren't* dimished because the explosion doesn't have to fight against wind resistance?

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Mularac Creator
Mularac Jan 17 2011, 1:51am replied:

Well, no. In space there won't be any sort of shockwave, so the area of effect will be quite diminished, too.

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suvomi Oct 10 2010, 5:38pm replied:

From 100 megatons :D
btw.: 1200 megatons? lol, naquadria?

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DreamorCZ Oct 18 2010, 2:44pm replied:

It's just a nuke enriched with naquadah.

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Monkeyshinex Mar 2 2011, 4:40pm replied:

Why not naquadria! Its so much better!

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