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Romulan Firehawk

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The Firehawk is perhaps one of the most stunning romulan ships I have ever seen, which is one of the reasons I decided to do it. It comes in 2 versions, one that will keep you on the edge of your
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steat with the latest version of Dreamyards 1701-B, and the other will bring it up to Mondern level specs for a medium Cruiser. At just a hair over 2000 poly and only 2 textures, this ship is sure to perform well in any system capable of running stock ships. The ship features a multitude of beam weapons in addition to the alternating pulse cannons on the side of the nose as seen in "The Defector" TNG. In battle (the original) it is fairly manuverable, and is a very close match for the Enterprise B. The engines are based on a galor class, slightly toned down, so you will have the extremely close passes that you usualy encounter with the galor. I had several of these in my test games, where I was literaly firing point black with the bow torpedo hitting this thing in less than a second, and phaser glow filling the whole screen. The battles with this are amazing, so get your's today! The modern version is a medium support ship, so compared to a Galaxy it isn't that heavily sheiled, but it's even more manuverable fires more pulse cannons and more-powerful torpedoes.

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