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The Hinterworlds Rambler June 20th, 2006 03:40 AM

Golan2072 June 20th, 2006 03:51 AM

One word: WOW!.

Looks far better than any previous type of the Type-S (mine included), though I'd like to see a B&W version for printability. It is for T20 right?

Berg June 20th, 2006 04:47 AM

Very Nice!

Which rules?

Klaus June 20th, 2006 06:59 AM

Excellent stuff, Baron.

That's more like a Donosev class than a Type S, is it not?

The Oz June 20th, 2006 08:21 AM

I like the way three of the staterooms have sliding doors that go straight outside. No need to fuss with airlocks.


Valarian June 20th, 2006 10:02 AM

Ah ... so that's how you get rid of the problem passengers.

"Your complaint with your cabin has been noted, Sir. Will this cabin suffice?"

deadlock June 20th, 2006 10:21 AM

Greetings and salutations,

Or once everyone is in their Vacc Suit, "Smith, thank you for volunteering to go outside and take a look around."

The Hinterworlds Rambler June 20th, 2006 01:14 PM

The scout is for looking at on a computer, But I will do a fartLibrary B&W Version or post one up on me blog.

This is for anything, you can call it a donosev, a peanut wagon, what have you. I used t20 rules to make it, but just edited out the redundancies of the "Ship Card" stuff below the USP. Writing things twice is a waste of both space and time, so fft to that.

I also got rid of the "singly" stuff and just assumed that this is mass produced. We'll pretend I email in designs to the Shipyard at Sidur Ishki, and they crank em out and pass the savings on to you. And that's an "A" Class Shipyard, with TL F automated facilities. Shipping from the heartland of the Imperium is a good Idea. And a lucrative one.

This ship was an Experiment in design speed (It took me two hours from start to post)to test a deckplan icon format system im working on, and again going on the idea of making another option for a Player Character Starship. It was pretty late in the evening, so that's why Ozzy's Cabin door opens out into the black... [img]graemlins/file_23.gif[/img]

The whimsical addition of the Ground Effect Machine vehicle was a tip of the pencil to Arthur Clarke. A ten ton bay could hold all sorts of stuff.

This design is free to use. Go for it!

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