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Sword of the Stars, Tarkan 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 Tarkan dreadnought presented in the game called "Sword of the Stars". The ship attempts to re-create all the actual in-game details of a Tarkan dreadnought, like the "antimaterial warp-drive" -propulsion system, "CNC-armada" -middle section and "assault" -stylized bridge section.

The starship doesn't include any modules, given that most of the internal spaces have been used up by a mixture of rudders and thrusters. Most of the lift happens in the rear, but a number of rudders and thrusters have been placed in front- and mid-sections to provide additional lift for the ship.

The ship is relatively easy to handle in the air, given it's huge difference between the mass and thrust ratios. It almost feels like a beefed up version of a normal plane.

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, albeit it's very likely able to carry them if such change would be required.

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Name = Sword of the Stars B
Speed while FLYING = ~286 MPH
Total Health (base + boost) = 25 692 000 HP

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