Which frigate model do you want as a mini (first run)

    Timeon Class
    10% (2 votes)
    Dixon Class
    38% (8 votes)
    Perdition Class
    5% (1 vote)
    White Light Class
    48% (10 votes)
    Total votes: 21
    Comments:

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    January 20, 2011 - 1:32pm
    Discussion "New Minatures Coming Soon".

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    January 20, 2011 - 1:35pm
    Dixon Class by far!!!!!
    It's the Z'Gata!!!!!
    Smile

    AZ_GAMER's picture
    AZ_GAMER
    January 20, 2011 - 3:54pm

    WOW, I had no idea the Dixon Class was so popular, very cool.


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    Ascent
    January 26, 2011 - 5:52pm
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    AZ_GAMER
    January 26, 2011 - 6:48pm

    Yes, please join, its FREEEEEEEEEEEEE Foot in mouth


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    AZ_GAMER
    January 26, 2011 - 6:57pm
    What's your vote Ascent?

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    January 26, 2011 - 7:59pm
    In case of ties... Dixon Class wins. 
    Cool

    AZ_GAMER's picture
    AZ_GAMER
    January 26, 2011 - 8:13pm
    Laughing

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    jedion357
    January 26, 2011 - 9:20pm
    First off you need a cool factor for these to sell so never ever do the Dixon Class as its to boxy and not cool.

    the other 3 are really a coin flip but if I Had to chose then White Light Class.
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    AZ_GAMER's picture
    AZ_GAMER
    January 26, 2011 - 10:11pm
    Well I do appreciate the honesty. I don't ever remember SFKH mini's really having a coolness factor to them. They always seemed to be just straight forward tubular spaceships that had more of a realness factor then a coolness factor.

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    January 27, 2011 - 7:21am
    AZ_GAMER wrote:
    Well I do appreciate the honesty. I don't ever remember SFKH mini's really having a coolness factor to them. They always seemed to be just straight forward tubular spaceships that had more of a realness factor then a coolness factor.

    +1

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    AZ_GAMER
    January 30, 2011 - 9:38pm
    Looks like the white Light Class is in the lead. Don't Worry if you liked one of the other ones they can be made too, we just want to see which one is the most popular for production.

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    thespiritcoyote
    March 29, 2011 - 6:11pm
    The White Light apears the most versitile in design, and the most like the ship map from the box-set.
    The White Light, Perdition, Timeon have the classic rocket design.
    The Dixon has the horizantal appearance.
    The Dixon class, in spite of it's angular parts, wears the well, and dosn't apear more blocky than any other, is instead rather stream-lined, the vertical deck would still fit, but it seems to be most like the landed PGC ship.....
    sigh... tough call...
    I think I will have to go with the one i would use most.... I vote for the Triad Class Frigate.
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    AZ_GAMER
    March 29, 2011 - 10:03pm
    Yes, the Dixon class does have a very horizontal orientation but was designed for vertical deck arrangement from top to bottom. The Large Observation Bay and Fly Bridge is set horizontally with gimble chairs so that crew can work in this area using either horizontal to thrust access or perpedicular to thrust access orientation. This versatile fly bridge is very useful for docking manuvers and exploration purposes.

    Hmmmm, The Triad isn't available yet but might be in the future. It has alot of negative space that the modeling software may not be able to translate to the model making machines. If the modeling computer rejects the design then I will have to a lot of work to plug the negative spaces in order for it to work. Which translates to a lot of hours of work.

    Thanks for the input and your voteSmile

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    thespiritcoyote
    March 30, 2011 - 12:31am

    That is what makes the Dixon look so uber-kewl, it's like the best of both worlds, Style & Substance!!!

    Same with the Triad, 'kewl' has it's problems.
    Nice to know it is streamlined to reduce drag in negitive space, but it would make it harder to machine. Wink
    Could work that statment into a in-game flavor-text about it's Jump design. Laughing
    I would have thought of that, but I was looking for visual impression, not mold impression, and it does have both.

    Oh humans!! Innocent We discover a galactic community filled with multiple species of aliens, and the first thing we think about is "how can we have sex with them?".
    ~ anymoose, somewhere on the net...

    so...
    if you square a square it becomes a cube...
    if you square a cube does it become an octoid?