Armored Voyager

Well well, there must have been about 50 requests for this beauty on our official starship request thread and finally MRJOHN has finally bro...


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Well well, there must have been about 50 requests for this beauty on our official starship request thread and finally MRJOHN has finally brought her to Legacy. As you will see in the screenshots, she is quite an excellent looking ship in Legacy and is the ultimate ship to take out on a sortie to whack a few Borg cubes that are lying around the place. :) The model and texture quality is impeccable, especially the textures.

Ship Background: The technology behind both devices is a little fuzzy, and that's the way the writers want it, so they don't have to end up explaining it. But I'll try to explain both as best I can.

The ablative armour generators generated, as the name suggests, ablative armor. Ablative armor is a type of material that when hit with weapons fire, absorbs the energy and dissipates away from the hull, bringing the destructive energy of the weapon away from the ship so it is not damaged. The ablative armor generator generates the material for the ablative armor as it is dissipated with weapons fire, therefore providing a virtually impenetrable type of shield as long as the generators don't lose power. Now, how the generators create the armor is a kind of mystery, they never explained that, and I've seen no fan theories on the matter. My personal opinion is that the generators are some kind of replicator, as you see in crew quarters and mess halls, that replicate ablative armor and place it as needed. However, such a system must require large amounts of energy, but I'm sure Admiral Janeway figured out a way to overcome that obstacle ;-P.

Transphasic torpedoes, as far as I understand it, are just regular torpedoes (with maybe a higher energy yield) that have the ability to destroy Borg cubes in one or two shots. The technology behind this, as some fans believe, is that the torpedoes carry a phased cloaking device, similar to the one featured on the ST:TNG episode "The Pegasus" (link to episode summary: ). When the torpedo is fired, it finds its target, then phases out of our space-time continuum, allowing it to pass through matter. One the torpedo reaches the center of the object it is targeted at, it phases back into our continuum and detonates inside whatever object it is targeted at, causing the maximum amount of damage. Therefore, transphasic torpedoes are meant to skip past a ship's shields and hull, because we all know how well Federation weapons do against Borg cube hulls -cough- -forty ships- -cough-

A really cool ship that also includes the MS3D file in it's package for you to look at which is an opportunity for you to examine for your own modding benefit.

Great work!, You have to get this!


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Title		: Intrepid to .AMVoyager and a ArmoredVoyager

Filename	: P81_Intrepid

Date		: 4/1/2002

Author		: Rick Knox a.k.a pneumonic81        //// 12-06-04 /// 7-20-06  REWORK BY MRJOHN  [email protected]////

Email		: [email protected]

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Textures : Rick Knox , MRJOHN, Spencer4Hire , Armored Textures- ,rework , Gdluque, MRJOHN, update MRJOHN

Mesh : Rick Knox  rework  by  : MRJOHN


Endgame Voyager SFC3 Retexturing : Spencer4Hire ,Wildcard , Gdluque , Update MRJOHN

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As a result, I take no responsibility for any damages that may occur to your game, mod or hardware.
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