This is Andurils TOS Saladin class Destroyer, I love this ship. Its also in BCMOD Format for easy installation.
Title : U.S.S. Saladin Filename : Saladin_Anduril.zip Version : 1.0 Date : 5/27/02 Author : Jay Hagen aka Anduril website : http://home.new.rr.com/hagens Credits : Daniel B. Houghton (aka Dasher42) who made it possible for everyone to use new Bridge Commander mods with the his 'Foundation Plugin System'! Description of the Mod File --------------------------- The Saladin Class federation destroyer: I have set it up with the phaser configuration of the series era ship. Two forward and 2 each port and starboard. Two photon launchers capable of holding 2 torps each fire foward. - Anduril **Just copy the data, scripts, and sfx directories along with the constitution class.txt to your bridge commander directory. Make sure you have dasher42's foundation package and Nanobytes mod packager installed. Just run the mod packager.exe and it should install the ship sweetly. Please do not modify this file or the included texture with out seeking the authors opinion or approval if your intention is to release the modified ship or any part of it. *** For a detailed explanation of installing ships into bridge commander, go check out the FAQ link at www.STARYARDS.com! *** -Cleeves site!- Copyright and Distribution Permissions -------------------------------------- THIS PATCH 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. If you use this model in any Bridge COmmander project please include this file. If you make this file available at your website or anothers please include a link to http://home.new.rr.com/hagens -The Galactic Fringe- Please do not modify this file or the included texture with out seeking the authors opinion. COPYRIGHT Jay Hagen, 2002
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