clcopeland wrote: »
We got this instead of long overdue and requested ships like:
*T6 Federation Science Vessel (Nova/Aurora/Quasar/Rhode Island)
T6 Star Cruiser (Sentinel/Emissary/Vanguard/Nomad)
T6 Reconnaissance Science Vessel (Luna/Polaris/Sol/Comet)
T6 Deep Space Science (Trident/Oracle/Destiny/Nimbus)
T6 Research Science Vessel (Olympic/Hope/Horizon)
--- and this is just the Fed side, it does not count Klingon or Romulan ships
* won the requested ship poll
lordmerc22 wrote: »
I think I may name it A.F.S. Frankenstein though since it has a Fed saucer on a KDF hull
foxrockssocks wrote: »
Statwise this looks like a slightly better Europa so that isn't really saying a lot. The trait seems interesting, but the details matter. I still don't understand the point of 5/3 ships with such poor turn rate. Klingon BCs typically have better turn rates that let them actually use their DHCs with some effort. This isn't one of those ships.
sthe91 wrote: »
I don't mind the look of the ship, I have seen worse. Was not really a fan of the Dyson ships except the Klingon and Romulan variants. Wish the saucer was more circular though. Otherwise, not bad.
jagdtier44 wrote: »
I honestly appreciate that the article calls it a Klingon/Federation ship because that thing has no Romulan in it and calling it an "Alliance" battlecruiser like it was made with the ingames Alliances input was some hot BS. Rather them just be upfront like they are about it being a Kling/Fed design
wraithmeister wrote: »
I've also heard rumor of a new borg-fed hybrid ship!
dongemaharu wrote: »
> @smokebailey said:
> And it's far better than the pizza cutter we did get. >_>;
Anyway, I’m usually super critical of Cryptic designs, but I gotta say, I like a lot of this. A couple of saucer options in the ship tailor would be nice though.
reyan01 wrote: »
I shall be naming mine the 'ThunderCougarFalconBird-A'