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Offline Su-tehp

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Let's talk with telepathy. Or smells.

I got a better idea! Let's talk with colored headbands to emulate the octospiders from the Rama sci-fi novels! :nod: :cool: :nod:

(Incidentally, I think we're still going off on a tangent unrelated to the GTCa Hera, despite my best intentions....) :nervous:
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Offline 0rph3u5

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(Incidentally, I think we're still going off on a tangent unrelated to the GTCa Hera, despite my best intentions....) :nervous:

"As you sought to steal a kingdom for yourself, so must you do again, a thousand times over. For a theft, a true theft, must be practiced to be earned." - The terms of Nyrissa's curse, Pathfinder: Kingmaker

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Wonderful ship, I've just found out about its existence. It has a lot of potential, indeed.  :yes:
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Offline Aesaar

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So I missed this release the first time around because I wasn't paying attention, but damn, this looks good.  Col. Hornet and Nyctaeus did a really good job.

 

Offline Su-tehp

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I'm still proud of its Tech Description re-write. :D
REPUBLICANO FACTIO DELENDA EST

Creator of the Devil and the Deep Blue campaign - Current Story Editor of the Exile campaign

"Let my people handle this, we're trained professionals. Well, we're semi-trained, quasi-professionals, at any rate." --Roy Greenhilt,
The Order of the Stick

"Let´s face it, we Freespace players may not be the most sophisticated of gaming freaks, but we do know enough to recognize a heap of steaming crap when it´s right in front of us."
--Su-tehp, while posting on the DatDB internal forum

"The meaning of life is that in the end you always get screwed."
--The Catch 42 Expression, The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier: Steadfast

 

Offline Ertanax

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I quietly want to thank the Hera's creator for this exquisite asset.

I'm still proud of its Tech Description re-write. :D

Your efforts have not been in vain.
« Last Edit: March 17, 2022, 11:43:36 am by Ertanax »

 

Offline Iain Baker

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That is a fine looking ship - like a Diomedies on roids :-)

It also fixed a problem that the pre-release version of Reunion Act one had. The carrier model it used was causing some of the escape pods to crash into its pointy sensor prongs thingies when exiting its hanger bay. I was going to suggest flipping it over, since it had two prongs on one side and only one on the other, so if figured the escape pods might crash less if there was one fewer prong to crash into. But then Voelkel swapped the model for this and it fixed all the problems, and made it look much nicer to boot :-)
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