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Sword of the Stars, Morrigi dreadnought replica

Plasma Bomber added 3 weeks ago

This is part of my upcoming series of mega starship flyers, titled as "Sword of the Stars" in the community factory shop. They all can be found under the said title.

The starship featured here is based on a morrigi dreadnought presented in the game called "Sword of the Stars". The ship attempts to re-create the morrigi-species "barrage" -class dreadnought, which had pretty notorious ability to point all of its guns towards the enemy at once.

The starship doesn't include any modules, given that most of the available free space is either used by movement parts like wings and rudders or then it serves as a structural hard-point.

In terms of flight characteristics, the dreadnought is neither a fighter plane nor a dead straight blimp. Its very unusual and painfully hard to re-create design shape doesn't allow it to turn as fast as one would dream of, given that all the affecting parts are very close to the center of mass (and as such they won't provide as much torque for those swift turning angles). But it's manageable. One could even say that now the dreadnought performs just like its actual in-game model.

The weapons are pretty much based around the idea of recreating the original dreadnought's "capital ship"-like feeling. As such, no large weapons were added to it. However, it isn't entirely impossible idea for it to carry heavy weapons. In fact, that was the original idea behind the model, but it was dropped out due to the increased mass affecting the aircraft's turning and hovering abilities.

Statistics:
Name = Sword of the Stars C
Speed while FLYING = ~327 MPH
Total Health (base + boost) = 25 724 000 HP

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inocone
3 weeks ago
amazing

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Sharp_Shark
3 weeks ago
Thanks a lot!

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