My duty is to the Empire.
ETA on Scotland?
"Hello, do you have time to talk about our lord and savior, the SPHA-T?"
On the contrary, Thrawn would use anything he had in his arsenal for maximum advantage. If he captured an SSD somehow, he'd most certainly put it to use.
That thing is ******* sexy. I like.
Space Marine Baby Carrier.
Good job on the actual model tho.
I know the guys over at Thrawn's Revenge II recently added a Bellator to Pentastar's roster, maybe you could ask them if you could use it? Just a thought.
But muh sexy fast dreadnought of pointyness.
YARRRRRRRRRRR REBEL SCURVY DOGS
FEAR TA MIGHT A THA EMPIRE
Good angle on this shot, gives a good sense of scale and firepower.
It's always funny when it's gone back and forth and you suddenly get battles with multiple executors on each side.
I'll make sure my next set are of the rebels in the process of dying, just for you.
Considering I took the screenshot right after said event happened, yes I'm quite sure.
If there's a problem with what I put in the descriptions I'll happily change it... I just post what happened at the time I took the screenshot with a little bit of story thrown in to spice things up. If that's not cool I'll just post screenshots uncaptioned then.
Oh nvm, just saw the typo.
That's how I spelled it...
Maybe Tactos became a warlord because he was an organizational OCD nut and the Imperial Navy would never push his new registration methods through.
The Nemesis is part of Battlegroup Retaliator, which includes the Imperial-II Star Destroyer INS Retaliator, the Tector Class INS Ravager, and the Victory II class INS Falcon, along with the Nemesis itself, along with a multitude of supporting frigates and cruisers. In turn, Battlegroup Retaliator is a part of Torment Squadron, which consists of 3x Imperial-I Class Star Destroyers, 5x Imperial II Class Star Destroyers, 5x Victory II Class Star Destroyer, 2x Tector Class Star Destroyer, and 1x Victory-I Class Star Destroyer, along with their supporting cruisers and frigates, all of which have been assigned to protect the newly regained Kuat and it's neighboring systems. Considering that they've repulsed three numerically superior rebel counterattacks so far... I'd say it would be apt to describe the Imperial forces as a rock and you rebel scum as the waves that crash uselessly against it.
Sometimes the AI constantly attack it with tiny forces though, so by the time you mount an attack on Kuat the SSD is a level 10, which is a real pain in the ***.
small tip, turn on cinematic mode before turning off the interface mate.
So it can dish it out, but it can't take it as well?
Click the cinematic mode button along the top part of your interface, then use Ctrl+Shift+Z to hide the interface itself.
Hey guys, is there an ETA on 2.2? I need muh bellator!
With the new engine effects in the last patch, can you really blame him?