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The GVGs Hemsut is a recent addition to the Vasudan fleet. Designed to replace the now obsolete and under-gunned Aten class, the Hemsut boasts greater fire-power and a much smaller, cheaper and significantly faster spaceframe, while sacrificing almost nothing in terms of armour and survivability. Primary offensive capabilities are provided by twinned, forward facing “TigerShark” missile systems. Although these are somewhat short range weapons by comparison to modern plasma beams, their effective reach of three thousand metres is considered adequate for a vessel with the Hemsuts impressive top speed. Moreover, the low power draw of these weapons frees up reactor capacity, allowing the Hemsut to mount no fewer than four anti-fighter beam weapons for fighter defence – practically unheard of in a vessel of this size.
Gunboats are usualy oversized fighters
BTW. I love Your lightning settings. As dark as space should be .
That thing is really nice, but it needs some blob turrets, I think.
And stop whingeing about the light settings.
Interesting . If you don't mind, I might put it in my mod as a torpedo gunboat/light cruiser, that'll save me some modelling/texturing time.
Quote from: Betrayal on May 31, 2012, 03:27:25 pmBTW. I love Your lightning settings. As dark as space should be . I on the other hand don't. Cause I can't see **** on these screenshots. Not exactly the ideal way to show off a new model.
Quote from: Spoon on May 31, 2012, 04:13:22 pmQuote from: Betrayal on May 31, 2012, 03:27:25 pmBTW. I love Your lightning settings. As dark as space should be . I on the other hand don't. Cause I can't see **** on these screenshots. Not exactly the ideal way to show off a new model.^ This. Though, thanks to BTA, I can tell it looks like a pretty cool ship.
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