The Coalition War, is an Enterprise era mod, set in a parallel timeline where Starfleet nor the Federation was never formed. In it's place a trade and defense alliance, the Interstellar Coalition, between United Earth, Andorian Empire, Confederacy of Vulcan and the Tellarite Republic are at war with the Romulan Star Empire.
TCW is a small modification, designed to bring the feeling of Enterprise, in a more realistic and less rushed way to the Armada II RTS platform. The timeline is different to what many fans consider canon such as the start of the Coalition War (aka Earth-Romulan war) taking place in 2157.
Emphasis is placed in cruisers and destroyers rather than battleships, each species will be different and have their own style of vessels and stations, many vastly different than what is to be expected. All new models are made for this project.
This is a casual modification, which has been in development for about 12 months now with the first faction, United Earth to be released soon. It's being built alongside the Yesteryears modification and by one person and so releases will be slow, but noteworthy.
It's been a while. Having been away for quiet sometime I wanted to announce not only am I back, but I am still aiming at a 2013 release for the Earth faction.
I currently have all the stations complete and mapped, with only the textures requiring to be made, I have completed the utility units and they only require mapping and texturing and only a couple of combat units need to be textured and completed. So all but the most minor modelling has been completed.
To update the TCW profile here on ModDb I have uploaded several images of the Daedalus class, I will be adding some more images in the coming weeks of other units that are complete and ready.
Now that 2013 has hit us, I am taken measures to complete the Earth faction.
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