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    SOBEK DREADNOUGHT (1st edition: Shell with engine rotation functions) 1

    430m long roleplay warship with six crazy docked engines that you can re-orientate from the hotbar!

    1. DeepspaceMechanic
      Game version:
      0.200.334
      16.jpg

      *NOTE*
      This resource will be released in stages!
      CURRENTLY IT'S A FLYABLE SHELL
      (with no interior, weapons, shields, etc)



      Some fun-facts about this ship, and nice pictures of different stages of its construction, can be seen at my shipyard thread, starting with this post: CYBERSPACE SHIPYARDS

      It took 20 days from sketching out the wireframe to this milestone stage. Once we get the first release/prototype of the renewed weapons, I will continue building the turrets, on-board weapons, systems, and roleplay interior. Until then, feedback would be much appreciated :)



      Here are 3 of the 6 engine orientation options: Move Backward, Strafe Upward, and Strafe Downward
      (the others are Roll Left, Roll Right, and the default Move Forward)

      [​IMG]

    Recent Reviews

    1. Matt_Bradock
      Matt_Bradock
      5/5,
      Version: 1
      Holy Crocodile God of the Nile. I think I had a spacegasm. Can't wait to see the next stages! (Or, I might finish the insides and systems on my own if I get too impatient :P)
      1. DeepspaceMechanic
        Author's Response
        Thanks :D
        Seeing such appreciation for my work, that people actually wish for updates beyond a first look (and an initial spacegasm), is all I need to know in order to keep the enthusiasm alive, which will make the revisiting and continuation of this project much more fun when the weapons update finally hits :)
    2. Dark Pip
      Dark Pip
      5/5,
      Version: 1
      Simply amazing. Without a doubt one of, if not the best looking ship I've ever seen.
      1. DeepspaceMechanic
        Author's Response
        Wow, thank you, it's very nice to see that this latest ship of mine is appreciated so much... I tried my best :)
    3. darknassius
      darknassius
      5/5,
      Version: 1
      very nice ship
      1. DeepspaceMechanic
        Author's Response
        Thanks! :)
    4. Rechkalov
      Rechkalov
      5/5,
      Version: 1
      Hell's bloody bells!
      This bird is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for all your hard work! o7
      1. DeepspaceMechanic
        Author's Response
        Thanks, I'm flattered :D

        But actually, it's more of a "crocodile" than a "bird", at least the bridge and its nose make it resemble one a bit (that's the reason it's named after the crocodile-headed egyptian deity).