This is the stock shuttle. I don't know why he included the model, but I suppose some of you may have deleted your stock shuttle for another, so I guess this is easier than reinstalling the game.
I really didn't see what was so special about this. It's got 2 phaser arrays. Perhaps it's meant for stock vessels, but when I tested this against a Galor, I lasted about 20 second, untill the Galor hit me with a torpedo and I exploded. I guess if you want a canon shuttle that dies as fast as a shuttle should when fired on by a starship class vessel, then this one's for you, otherwise, it makes for great target practice.
Shuttle. Standard Shuttle Skin etc. Hardpoints modified by Ricksgod Steps to install ---------------- 1. Unzip files into a temp directory 2. Cut and paste files into the Bridge commander root folder. All the appropriate files will be placed for you. 3. Be sure to delete the old pyc files releated to the ship, or the new specs will not take effect. Changes= The shuttle is designed to run on low power, its purpose is to draw in enemy ships, thus it powers up and takes an offensive position. Its the mouse being chased by the cat, and just as its cornered it reveals its big shiny 6 inch teeth. No bugs as far as i know, This modification is a bit unoriginal, but i was bored and started experimenting. Tactics= Fire torps when ready, keep front facing away to stop the torpedoes being taken out. Take advantage of the higher power shields. Target warp core and use phased plasma torps to remove the shielding. Copyright and Distribution Permissions -------------------------------------- THIS MODEL(S) IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY Activision TM & (C) INTERPLAY & PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Copyright notices: Star Trek, Bridge Commander, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager (and the various logo devices used in them) are copyright Paramount Pictures, as are the characters, related images, and sound from the productions. Please do not modify this file or the included texture with out seeking the authors permission. it is just polite. contact me at email@example.com
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