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Re: I review fanmade ships
Little bit o' self-promotion: https://www.hard-light.net/forums/index.php?topic=94364.0

These are the most recent ones, the collection is complete aside the ships released with INF Nostos.

Can you name a few specifically? That's too many for a single request.

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Re: I review fanmade ships
I just wanted to give a source for ingame pictures in case you want to continue this. I only noticed that you sometimes used and judged outdated things or ships that look (now) different to the wiki entries, I had nothing particular in mind.

 

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Re: I review fanmade ships
How about the GTSC Schroedinger, a joint effort between Moonred, Hades, and Nyctaeus.

It's in the Scroll modpack, though not in any of the Part I missions.  It'll appear in Part II.

 
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GTSC Schrodinger



Geometry: 7/10 It's a very good model, but the shape itself is sort of boring, being basically just a Faustus with the blocky ends replaced with cylinders. It gets bonus points for the details, though.

Aesthetics: 9/10 Beautiful textures that really enhance the details in the model.

Verisimilitude: 8.5/10 Obviously part of the Faustus design family, yet noticeably distinct, and suitably more high-tech looking, to represent it being a more technologically advanced ship.

Overall: A worthy next-generation Terran science cruiser.
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