Currently being developed by Starside R&D, this is a Total Conversion mod for the game Star Wars: EaW Forces of Corruption from Petroglyph Studios.
You decide who has the right to survive, the Terran Federation or the Arachnids and their allies, the Skinnies. It will include space & land skirmish and Galactic Conquest and is based on various aspects taken from the movie, animated TV series, and the original book.
Command your Forces in the silence of space or the roar of the battlefield, be it the Terran Federation or the Arachnid/Skinny Alliance. Use old favorites as well as brand new units developed for this conflict.
Here's the Nantex-Class Geonosian Fighter skinned using Eville Jedi's texture. I made this for another mod that fell through.
The engine particle is scaled to a ship size of 0.7 - 0.9. Anything outside this range will make the engine effect screwed up.
Put PE_NANTEX_ENGINES.alo in the model folder.
Weapon bone is named MUZZLEA_00
Add the I_BUTTON_NANTEX.tga to the Mt_commandbar.tga with MTDEditor.
Credits & Usage
You can use this model and its associated texture files with the following understanding:
1) That you will not edit any part of the mesh and/or textures without permission from the original creator of this work.
2) That you will include credit for the model to Rebelmoon and credit for the texture to Eville Jedi in all releases.
3) That any use of this model in any way other than intended is expressly forbidden unless permission is granted by the creator.
4) The creator retains all rights to this model indefinately.
5) That you will not distribute any part of this zip in any capacity for any means of profit.
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