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Offline boewolf

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A corvette you might like
Following something mensioned in another thread.  I am showing you a corvette that you may like to use at some point.  

I have managed to get it all in one peice scence i posted it.  The poly count is at 1102 verts and 634 faces.



Its also been resided to about Dimos size as well.  I am working on some turrets at the moment.  If you want to use it you are welcome to it.  What do you think?

 

Offline Taristin

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*If* we chose it, Deimos sized would probably be waaay too large...
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Offline TopAce

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Destroyer or cruiser. If you want something big, a 1.6 km long destroyer would be a good choice, in my opinion.
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Offline Goober5000

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It's nice and all, but we have way too many ships already.  Got any Vasudan ships?

 

Offline Trivial Psychic

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Sell it to Kazan & his Ferrium project.  He may take a liking to it.
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Offline Taristin

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Seriously, we do not need any more Terran vessels. We do, however, need more Vasudan, as we've only got one generation's worth, and I'm certain they've upgraded a few times over the 14 years...
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Offline boewolf

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Sorry no Vasudan ships at the moment.  If i do any that might fit in for you, i will let you know.

 

Offline Kosh

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As I recall corvettes didn't exist until after FS1. Why would the terrans (or vasudans) have them, but then stop using them?
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Offline Goober5000

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Because they had frigates instead? :nervous:

 

Offline Trivial Psychic

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Because [V] didn't have enough space to include them.  They were there, but you never encountered them so "Command" never bothered to tell you about them.
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Offline TopAce

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^ Good point above ^
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Offline Kosh

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Is it accurate?
"The reason for this is that the original Fortran got so convoluted and extensive (10's of millions of lines of code) that no-one can actually figure out how it works, there's a massive project going on to decode the original Fortran and write a more modern system, but until then, the UK communication network is actually relying heavily on 35 year old Fortran that nobody understands." - Flipside

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Offline boewolf

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is what accurate?