Warhammer40k: Battlefleet Nexus is total conversion modification for Nexus:TJI based on Gamesworkshop's Warhammer 40 000 IP. Project is non-profitable and all content found there is based on Gamesworkshop's IP.

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anto-shturmovik Feb 10 2012, 3:35pm says:

Yeah ! keep up the great work ! But aren't those weapons gigantic canons, and not lasers ?

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DreamorCZ Feb 10 2012, 4:05pm replied:

Well, yeah. This is just early demonstration.

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Mazryonh Feb 12 2012, 1:13am replied:

These are lance batteries firing, right? Are you going to reuse the flak effects from the BSG mod to represent the point defense fire in this game?

I appreciate your work very much; however, since you guys are clearly understaffed (otherwise the Stargate and BSG mods wouldn't be in hiatus), perhaps you could focus on a mod where much of the work is already done for you.

The Freespace Nexus mod, for instance, already has an extensive fan community that has all the models, effects, and sounds extracted and ready for conversion; all that needs to be done is to script all the missions and record voice acting. Maybe you could focus on getting that done first? One completely finished mod is better than many unfinished mods, right?

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DreamorCZ Mar 10 2012, 9:09am replied:

That is an utopical idea. It would be lovely to have whole community finishing mods one by one but that is not simply possible. There are people who love W40k but there are those that have no idea what 40k is or even might hate it. For example, I really love Arparso's Freespace mod, however, I know nothing about that universe and I would rather work on something I really like and know almost everything about it.

Also, if you wish to help us and you are willing to learn you can always join us.

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davo001 Mar 26 2012, 12:59pm replied:

nobody hates 40k

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