Or one mounted on a Phaeton variant.Nihilus Shadow wrote:"but it is possible there are vehicle-mounted configurations."
Ok, so this means we'll be seeing a Splinter Hog in the future right?
Imagine it: Rapid-fire splinter turret-armed Phaeton. Sacrifices immediate firepower for awesome DPS.
Phaeton's the only vehicle in the game that doesn't have any variations yet.
On an unrelated note, I am definitely pleased to see the release of the RCS armored cruiser (as it means that I don't have to 3D-print off my own, using a spare CCS as a base). Already have an idea on how it's going to fit into my Covenant fleets... I think two per ORS is a good idea, no?
(4 CCS per ORS)
(2 ORS per CAS)
(4 CAS per (CSO plz))
And I am also pleased to see the addition of the Orion 'assault' carrier... though now I'm of the opinion that the Epoch's design is sorely lacking.
Note how I said 'light carrier', not 'assault carrier'. The design for the Epoch just doesn't seem to into what one would expect for a heavy carrier, given the design for the Orion...Quote:Honestly, I'm now of the opinion that the two designs should be swapped. Shorten down the Epoch and turn it into the UNSC light carrier, while the Orion's design is now the fleet carrier (enlarged to Epoch size, of course).
Where the hell are you supposed to land on/in the Epoch anyway? Is that spot above the MAC cannon an entrance to a potential forward hangar bay?
I know that open spot in the lower hull is supposed to be a frigate docking space, but what the hell is that metal bar there for? (Probably to help maintain structural integrity.)
Also, anybody notice that the Orion carrier looks like the MA5 assault rifle?
I wonder if the designer of the ship was watching old videos on [Youtube]/[Waypoint] while generating ideas.
In particular, this one.