Behold the Yuuzhan Vong Army! This mod adds the Yuuzhan Vong Race as a playable faction and all units of this era. We are a community of modders working for the greater goal, so anyone who wants to help or support us is welcome!

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Burntstrobe Jul 20 2013, 11:22am says:

The tank is a little bit smaller than the T2-B for comparison.

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Commander_Cody Jul 20 2013, 11:32am says:

It just looks like a cockroach with an single cannon horn at the front...looks funny :)

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nowhere3pro Jul 20 2013, 11:52am says:

there is one thing I have got to write which I know I will regret writing but BURN BABY BURN, DISCO INFERNO. and good work guys as always :)

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KananTheViking Jul 20 2013, 12:11pm says:

I am glad to see that land units are recieving the same amount of awesomeness as space units, as i find the land battles to be quite enjoyable and so many mods put so much emphasis on space combat and neglect land, btw awesome tank.

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oOXyroxOo Jul 20 2013, 12:26pm says:

very interesting design... looks a little bit like a bug^^

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rkraptor70 Jul 20 2013, 12:40pm says:

This thing looks OP.

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Enpremi Jul 20 2013, 4:05pm replied:

Everything in our mod is OP so at the same time it's balanced.

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Jeroenimo Jul 26 2013, 1:54pm replied:

If everything has a high DPS then it doesn't matter what you build, aslong as it is in larger quanitities, that is not balanced at all.

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fomah Jul 20 2013, 12:47pm says:

If it was as easy as switching to incendiary rounds, why didn't the republic do so? at first it might have been because at the beginning of the war they had an enormous fleet that would have been very difficult to retrofit to use projectile weapons, but by the mid and late stages pretty much every ship was more or less new.

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Burntstrobe Author
Burntstrobe Jul 20 2013, 1:05pm replied:

Nearly all New Republic weapons were energy based. Switching to incendiary round would be a complete design of each weapon. The Hutts used incendiary weapons because energy weapon technology was still safely guarded by the Galactic Council.

Not everyone should have the knowledge to build a death star ;)

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fomah Jul 20 2013, 8:56pm replied:

I figure it wouldn't be too hard for the Hutts to figure out energy weapons (do recall that they hired many mercenearies who used energy weapons.), or the republic to figure out projectiles. When the survival of the galaxy is at stake scientists tend to pump out weapons pretty quick. But retrofitting the entire fleet would have been next to impossible, primarily because they were all busy fighting the Vong, but also because none of them were designed with ordnance storage in mind.

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EclipseStardestroyer Jul 20 2013, 12:51pm says:


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Giveaway412 Jul 20 2013, 12:54pm says:

Why can't this mod come out sooner? D:

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Slornie Jul 20 2013, 1:16pm says:

Is it related to Noo-Noo (from Teletubbies)? :P

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Wariscool Creator
Wariscool Jul 21 2013, 8:36am replied:

OMG Yes! ;)

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Rampsquatch Jul 20 2013, 5:22pm says:

Can't wait to kill things with fire.

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WazzaW Jul 21 2013, 8:11am says:

Great model as always guys. I have one question though.. mine fields?!

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Burntstrobe Author
Burntstrobe Jul 21 2013, 8:30am replied:


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WazzaW Jul 22 2013, 9:15am replied:

So some units are going to be able to deploy minefields or it's like a prop or some sort of hostile environment on maps?

Sorry if it has been explained somewhere I'm not a fan of ground combat and I usually don't even click on pictures of ground vehicles. This one however kinda intrigued me. ;)

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Burntstrobe Author
Burntstrobe Jul 22 2013, 12:38pm replied:

We have plans for examining minefields. The T2B tank render i made a while ago was where we first considered the idea. Some units will be given a special ability to deploy a minefield cluster or a proximity mine. The mines will be stealth and only detectable bt certain units. Other, different units will be required to destroy then mines.

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Abaddon Tank

During the height of the Vong War, the Hutt's lower grade weapon systems proved to be an advantage against the Vong, since laser and ion weaponry were less effective against yorik coral compared to combustible weapons. Enter the Abaddon.

Heavily armored and rather quick moving, the Abaddon was a flame tank that excelled in siege operations. It was armed with an armor piercing cannon turret and two forward mounted swivel flame throwers. For added fun the designers added a crush roller to the front for breaking through enemy obstacles and fortifications and crushing infantry. For defense, the Abaddon featured a rear mounted twin laser cannon that could provide anti-aircraft fire as well as cover fire for the rear troop doors. The Abaddon also served as a troop carrier and was capable of transporting 2 squads of soldiers into battle.

Weak vs NR tanks, strong vs Vong. Weak vs Vong aircraft, moderate vs NR aircraft.

Special Feature: the roller allows for destruction of mine fields.

Model Design: Lord Enpremi
Model Edits/Details: Burntstrobe

Please thank Enpremi for his wonderful work

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