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    Allow me to present the mighty Sobek Dreadnought, one of the largest and most complex ships I ever built in StarMade.

    After a ton of creative effort, this thing ended up being one of those StarMade creations where you couldn't possibly fit enough text/images into the description section to cover everything that's worth seeing/trying out in it.

    So I invite everyone interested to check out this ship in-game, and then tell us about your impressions / what you liked / what you think could use improvement. Have fun while exploring its extreme interior and testing its crazy rail and logic features! ;)

    • The 3rd and 4th row of the hotbar contain the controls for the right and left side of the hangar bay.
    • Make sure to have the "Recall state" remotes turned Off, before trying to launch fighters with the "Next fighter" remotes.
    • Make sure to have the "Recall state" remotes turned On, before trying to redock fighters via Pickup Points.
    • After choosing an engine orientation option other than the default, make sure to deactivate its hotbar remote before trying to choose another option.
    • Deactivation brings all engines back to "move forward".
    • Leaving either engine remote turned on disallows the use of any of the other engine remotes.
    Here are 4 of the 6 engine orientation options:
    Move Backward, Strafe Upward, Strafe Downward, and the default Move Forward
    (the others are Roll Left and Roll Right)

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    First release
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    5.00 star(s) 7 ratings

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    this will melt my new computer but ill try it
    what CPU is needed to watch this ship with more then 10 fps preferably over 25 fps ? my CPU(AMD 1700X) is at 45%, GPU(1070) at 20%, 16gRam, resolution1080p.
    Yes, this ship is kind of a nightmare, regarding computer performance. The finished version has about 120 docked entities, including a few very large ones. It also contains Repulsor Modules, used decoratively.

    I heard it said that repulsors, as active blocks, add extra background calculations, and there's also a lot of strain associated with the collision checks of docked entities that have overlapping bounding boxes.

    I don't intend to attempt to remedy this - but thank you for the high rating, I'm glad you like it :)
    very nicely designed floors but i still can't find the core that you pilot it at
    Thanks, glad to know that you like the floor design... The ship core is located in a dedicated core room.

    This core room can be reached on the floor you enter in. There is a small compartment near the central elevator (on the airlock's level), with a sign that says "Core room", and a fancy rail door with two gadgets at its left and right side. Press both buttons on these two gadgets, and the rail door will slide open.

    I guess it wasn't obvious that that's a door, due to its odd design :)
    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)
    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 :)
    Simply amazing. Without a doubt one of, if not the best looking ship I've ever seen.
    Wow, thank you, it's very nice to see that this latest ship of mine is appreciated so much... I tried my best :)
    very nice ship
    Thanks! :)
    Hell's bloody bells!
    This bird is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for all your hard work! o7
    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).