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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby trek3159 » Mon Aug 22, 2016 12:42 am

I don't know......these odd numbered nacelles seem like they would throw the whole warp field out of alignment.....unless one was for additional power for the weapons and shields maybe.... :D

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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby Moongrim » Mon Aug 22, 2016 2:11 pm

MEATLOAFr wrote:
shiftdel wrote:For me is irrelevant the position of the nacelles above or below the saucer, if the design is good, I'm OK with that. I like a lot of the Miranda and Akira designs, and they both have nacelles below the saucer, so, np for me...

Agreed - as long as i looks good (and is a plausible design) I don't care where the nacelles are located - or how many there are


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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby el gato » Mon Aug 22, 2016 5:50 pm

MEATLOAFr wrote:
shiftdel wrote:For me is irrelevant the position of the nacelles above or below the saucer, if the design is good, I'm OK with that. I like a lot of the Miranda and Akira designs, and they both have nacelles below the saucer, so, np for me...

Agreed - as long as i looks good (and is a plausible design) I don't care where the nacelles are located - or how many there are


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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby DefiantClient » Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:05 pm

Moongrim wrote:
MEATLOAFr wrote:
shiftdel wrote:For me is irrelevant the position of the nacelles above or below the saucer, if the design is good, I'm OK with that. I like a lot of the Miranda and Akira designs, and they both have nacelles below the saucer, so, np for me...

Agreed - as long as i looks good (and is a plausible design) I don't care where the nacelles are located - or how many there are


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Needs more nacelles. :lol:

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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby slawton » Mon Aug 22, 2016 10:44 pm

DefiantClient wrote:Needs more nacelles. :lol:


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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby MEATLOAFr » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:18 pm

Moongrim wrote:
MEATLOAFr wrote:
shiftdel wrote:For me is irrelevant the position of the nacelles above or below the saucer, if the design is good, I'm OK with that. I like a lot of the Miranda and Akira designs, and they both have nacelles below the saucer, so, np for me...

Agreed - as long as i looks good (and is a plausible design) I don't care where the nacelles are located - or how many there are


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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby el gato » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:38 pm

MEATLOAFr wrote:love the tag "no one takes credit for this"


My favorite part is the ship's name: USS Overkill. Take that, fanboys :P
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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby Greyryder » Tue Aug 23, 2016 5:26 am

What!? No rollbars?

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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby Moongrim » Tue Aug 23, 2016 1:16 pm

Greyryder wrote:What!? No rollbars?


Nor a Spoiler....
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Re: Inverted Miranda

Postby NCC1966 » Tue Aug 23, 2016 1:51 pm

el gato wrote:But can we all agree that Federation ships shouldn't have the nacelles beneath the saucer? ;) :P


I couldn't DISAGREE more with this.

shiftdel wrote:For me is irrelevant the position of the nacelles above or below the saucer, if the design is good, I'm OK with that.


I couldn't AGREE more with this.

IMO it's not the position of the nacelles that characterize the Federation ships. Actually it never was about this.

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