The Saladin Class Starship was in service from the mid to late 23rd century. It is small, light, efficient, cost-effective. It is well-armed for its size. However, it cannot withstand much punishment. This ship is Excellent in battle as long as it is not caught off-guard. The Saladin Class vessel fills the role of Destroyer. Class: Destroyer (DD)
TOS Era Saladin Class Vessel =================================================== Original Model by Lord Schtupp originally made for Starfleet Command II original readme included original author's homepage: http://www.frost-works.com/schtupp/ email Atra-Hasis at firstname.lastname@example.org Converted to Starfleet Command III by Danny Hensel aka. Mr_Tricorder date converted: November 15, 2004 email me at email@example.com Description: These files will add the TOS Era Saladin Class starship from to your Starfleet Command III game. This ship's specs have been balanced to reflect the ship's older technology, so this ship is significantly weaker than TNG era ships of the same class size. Installation Instructions: 1. Extract the TOS_Saladin folder and place it in in your models folder for SFC3 (default location is c:\Program Files\Activision\Sfc3\Assets\Models). 2. Add ship specs to your DefaultCore text file (default location is C:\Program Files\Activision\Sfc3\Assets\Specs\DefaultCore.txt). Recommended specs: 10 DD 600 0 1000 1850 600 1800 6000 Fed-TOSDestroyer TOS_Saladin PrimaryHP:1:300_360:2:0_60:3:240_300:4:60_120 HeavyHP:12:330_30:13:330_30 HullHP:1:2:3 BridgeHP:1:2 ship Mines:3:12:3 Marines:6:12:6 Shuttles:1:2:1 For best results, copy the lines above, open DefaultCore in Wordpad (NOT Notepad), and paste the above lines below the information for the ship after which you want this ship to appear in the vessel library. 3. Add the default ship configuration to you DefaultLoadOut text file (default location is C:\Program Files\Activision\Sfc3\Assets\Specs\DefaultLoadOut.txt). Recommend configuration: Federation Fed-TOSDestroyer Saladin TOS_Saladin F-TRACTOR-I:3 F-TRANSPORTER-I:1 F-ARMOR-I:2 F-COMPUTER-I:1 F-WARP-II:1 F-IMPULSE-I:2 F-THRUSTER-I:3 PHASER IXS:1 PHASER IXS:2 PHOTON TORPEDO:12 PHOTON TORPEDO:13 OFFICER:ENGINEER: OFFICER:SECURITY: OFFICER:HELM: OFFICER:OPS: OFFICER:TACTICAL: OFFICER:MEDICAL: F-SHIELD-I:1 F-SHIELD-I:2 F-SHIELD-I:4 F-SHIELD-I:3 For best results, copy the lines above, open DefaultCore in Wordpad (NOT Notepad), and paste the above lines below the information for the ship after which you want this ship to appear in the vessel library. 4. Add the ship's name to the shipnames text file (default location is C:\Program Files|Activision\Sfc3\Assets\Strings\shipnames.txt). Copy the following line and paste them into the shipnames file. |Fed-TOSDestroyer|USS Saladin ||USS Adad ||USS Ahriman ||USS Alaric ||USS Alexander ||USS Darius ||USS Etzel ||USS Hamilcar ||USS Hannibal ||USS Hashishiyn ||USS Jenghiz ||USS Kublai ||USS Pompey ||USS Rahman ||USS Shaitan ||USS Sargon ||USS Suleiman ||USS Tamerlane ||USS Xerxes 5. Important! If you already have a model designated Fed-TOSDestroyer installed, add a number after Fed-TOSDestroyer in all three of these entries that is not yet used after Fed-TOSDestroyer in your entries. Changes/additions made by me: redid weapon hardpoints on the model added damage textures added BS, VL, and TI images added glow groups positioned hardpoints on VL and TI layouts added ship information for Vessel Library screen added ship names from Franz Joseph's Starfleet Technical Manual Programs Used: Starfleet Command III, 3ds max 4.2, Adobe Photoshop CS 8.0, dderidex's SFC3 Util, Taldren's ModelAttributeEditor and ReCasher (included in SFC3_ModelTools) Lord Schtupp deserves full credit for this model. I simply made it work well in SFC3. This conversion was done out of love for Star Trek and Starfleet Command III. I am in no way affiliated with any entity owning any rights to any of the aformentioned products/franchises. These files are for free distribution. If you wish to alter or add anything to this ship or use it or any part of it in a modification and subsequently share it, please contact both Lord Schtupp and myself before you do so. Thank you for downloading this ship. Please send me an email to let me know how you feel about it. Please feel free to let me know of any changes, corrections, or additions that you would like to see in this ship.
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