This is a way i found to make a form of flak as you see in Episode 3 at the beginning of the film. My code for this can be changed but ill just underline the necessary ones in order to get the flak effect:
TEXT_NONE2252,0255, 128, 0, 2551.0 Damage_Proton_Torp 12.00.05PROJECTILE, HIDE_WHEN_FOGGEDLASER800.01.020.0100.015.00 SFX_Proton_Torpedo_Detonation SFX_Small_Damage_Detonation YesNoYes00 Medium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_Space Medium_Explosion_Space600
You can change the Medium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_SpaceMedium_Explosion_Space
Medium_Explosion_Space to Small_Explosion_Space or Large or Huge but it seems like Small or Medium look the more realistic of any of these possibilities.
I thought i would share this for anyone interested in doing something like this for anti-fighter turrets and what-not
Sorry but you were not the first adding this type of proyectile. ;)
ok thx but what flak? in what scene at the beginning is a flak?
CCWAR;5429145Sorry but you were not the first adding this type of proyectile. ;)
@No1Gamer: You can see bursts of random lasers exploding in to black smoke and fire in the beginning of the film.
like in the FX mod and Rise of the Mandalorians? those mods have some form of flak, oh and Thrawn's Revenge has flak too.
No1Gamer;5429239ok thx but what flak? in what scene at the beginning is a flak?
Flak is a means of Anti-Aircraft defense. Flak Cannons would fire fragmentation rounds that would explode, sending deadly bits of hot shrapnel into the sides of enemy planes or into dropping airborne troops. Flak would tear panels off the plane, and was an effective medium for bringing down aircraft, as often the aircraft were not armored enough (or at all), and the flak would go straight through them causing much damage.
Bomber gunners wore flak jackets so if the plane was hit by flak, they would have a chance of surviving.
Flak would probably be less than effective in space combat, but hell, its Star Wars, so anything goes.