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Old January 18th, 2007, 06:30 PM
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I think I am one the few who favors the MT starship design over all others. I like the details, and with a full set of errata, or the last printinfg of MT, do not have much trouble making a starship or grav tank. I like the fact that you can do starships, vehicles, aircraft (with COACC)and ship's with the Challenge article with the same system.

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I think I am one the few who favors the MT starship design over all others. I like the details, and with a full set of errata, or the last printinfg of MT, do not have much trouble making a starship or grav tank. I like the fact that you can do starships, vehicles, aircraft (with COACC)and ship's with the Challenge article with the same system.

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I think I am one the few who favors the MT starship design over all others. I like the details, and with a full set of errata, or the last printinfg of MT, do not have much trouble making a starship or grav tank. I like the fact that you can do starships, vehicles, aircraft (with COACC)and ship's with the Challenge article with the same system.

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YES! Do a design for the Design challenge on the 'Fleet' thread! Would love to see what you come up with.

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YES! Do a design for the Design challenge on the 'Fleet' thread! Would love to see what you come up with.

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YES! Do a design for the Design challenge on the 'Fleet' thread! Would love to see what you come up with.

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I would not say 'above all others', but I have to admit that I only use MT or LBB2. For some reason, HG and I never got along and I never had the patience for FFS (not after I invested all the time in finally getting MT!).

Currently, I am working on a couple of ships that are built with MT, but Jump rating is ruled by LBB2 engine potential and computer rules. Conversly, I thought about using MT sensor/commo/life support volumes to help define that nagging LBB2 'bridge' tonnage.
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I would not say 'above all others', but I have to admit that I only use MT or LBB2. For some reason, HG and I never got along and I never had the patience for FFS (not after I invested all the time in finally getting MT!).

Currently, I am working on a couple of ships that are built with MT, but Jump rating is ruled by LBB2 engine potential and computer rules. Conversly, I thought about using MT sensor/commo/life support volumes to help define that nagging LBB2 'bridge' tonnage.
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I would not say 'above all others', but I have to admit that I only use MT or LBB2. For some reason, HG and I never got along and I never had the patience for FFS (not after I invested all the time in finally getting MT!).

Currently, I am working on a couple of ships that are built with MT, but Jump rating is ruled by LBB2 engine potential and computer rules. Conversly, I thought about using MT sensor/commo/life support volumes to help define that nagging LBB2 'bridge' tonnage.
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Kind of a belated reply, but yes, I enjoy using the MT design system as well. To be fair though, it only really became enjoyable after I created an excel spreadsheet to automate parts of the design process.
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