a new Nova retexture The USS Hawk by xxSWxxNinja this ship will require http://bridgecommander.filefront.com/file/Nova_II;19423 Do read the readme it will help in your installation
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The USS Hawk - A was constructed shortly after the USS Rhode Island and was named after the USS Hawk which was lost due to an unknown anomaly. She served well throughout the later 25th century and into the 26th century where she joined the Procyon V battle group led by the USS Enterprise J. Although she suffered heavy damage during the conflict to defeat the sphere builders she was later recovered and repaired. Following her refit she went on to serve the Federation well into the mid 26th century. -----Changes----- This model was made by Lord Vader and converted over to Bridge Commander by Thunderchild. This is a retexture of the Nova MKII class. Escape pods have been given high detail hatches the hull has been created to show developments in metallurgy and ablative hull armour. Lighting from warp nacelles and impulse engine reflected upon the hull and will glow even on the void map. Various other detail touches Credits: Model_________________Lord Vader Original textures_________Dr_McCoy1701A Retexture_______________xxSWxxNinja________gazza.firstname.lastname@example.org Tested in KM 0.9.1 and works fine any problems please get in touch with me Installation: -Backup all existing Nova II files located at (data/models/ships/nova II) -Unzip to your BC main folder or alternatively unzip to a temp folder and copy the data folder into your BC main directory. 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.
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