Star Wars The Old Republic: Ultimate War is a total conversion mod of Empire at War: Forces of Corruption. Ultimate War features the entire Old Republic period in a massive compilation of conflicts. Tuna42 is hard at work to bring a new look to the Old Republic era and the Forces of Corruption modding community.

  • View media
  • View media
  • View media
  • View media
  • View media
  • View media
RSS D-29 Dragonfly-class Assault Dropship (view original)
D-29 Dragonfly-class Assault Dropship
embed
share
view next
Share Image
Share on Facebook Tweet Email a friend
Embed Image
Comments
Anymod
Anymod

Is it possible to see these models in videos on a skirmish map ?

Reply Good karma Bad karma+1 vote
Guest
Guest

This comment is currently awaiting admin approval, join now to view.

Guest
Guest

This comment is currently awaiting admin approval, join now to view.

Post a comment
Sign in or join with:

Only registered members can share their thoughts. So come on! Join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) and join in the conversation.

Description

Hey guys! Since I suck at releasing things and updating, I thought I'd toss this little ship up here and see what you all think. This is the D-29 Dragonfly-class Assault Dropship, used by the Reconstituted Sith Empire. It is available during the Great Galactic War and Cold War campaigns using a Heavy Vehicle Factory. The Dragonfly is armed with some repeating laser cannons, shields, and its also very fast. It suffers from lack of maneuverability, weak armor, and slow deployment time. It operates a lot like the MTT or MAL from vanilla FOC, allowing you to transport troops around the map. This ship is so fun to use in ground combat, makes everything seem like you're actually in a battle from SWTOR. Hope you guys like it, let me know what you think! Gameplay coming soon, just hang in there.
Credits:
Model and Texture: Bioware/Lucasarts
Rig: Tuna42

Details
Date
By
Tuna42
Size
2000×6000
Options
URL
Embed
Embed Thumb
Share
Feed
RSS