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A2 Dominion attack cruiser 1.1

Dominion attack cruiser edited file

  1. Aad Moerman
    I learned that the file of the Dominion cruiser was somehow corrupted, so this the edited file.
    You need to have installed the Dominion ultimate 1.4 extension mod and my Dominion and Breen mod.
    Important Note:
    Make a backup of your existing files, because files in this folder will overwrite stock files!
    If you made a conversion yourself, you need to pay extra attention to files that will completely overwrite your files!
    I have done my best, but when you find that something is wrong, please contact me at: aad.moerman@hetnet.nl
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    Credits:
    My thanks to Larry Smith of the Dominion ultimate team for the permission to add my addition to their mod!

    As allways, thanks to Wrath of Achilles for his Texture Tutorial and Major A Payne for his SodTutorial.
    All meshes, textures, etc are by me.
    Special thanks to Thomas Bernardy (a.k.a. Tommygun) for creating the SOD files and his support.
    Visit his mod's page (http://www.moddb.com/mods/bog).
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    Please note:
    I cannot be hold responsible for any damage or problems otherwise regarding this model.
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    You may use these models in your mod, just give credit where its due.
    THIS MATERIAL IS NOT MADE OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION.
    Copyright notices:
    Star Trek, Star Fleet Command, 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.
    Thank you for downloading.
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    Installation instructions
    Open the SOD folder -->
    Copy and paste the sod files into the sod folder of Armada II. When prompted to overwrite, click 'yes'.
    Open the ODF folder --> Open shipsfolder
    Copy and paste the ODF files into the ODF ship folder of Armada II.When prompted to overwrite, click 'yes'.

    Open the RGB folder
    Copy and paste the tga files into the texture RGB folder of Armada II. When prompted to overwrite, click 'yes'.
    Open the Bitmaps folder
    Copy the images
    Open Armada II Bitmapsfolder --> open Admiralslog --> open ShipImages and paste the images there. When prompted to overwrite, click 'yes'.

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    That should do it.

    Images

    1. Image10.jpg

Recent Reviews

  1. Nathanius
    Nathanius
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Fantastic take on a classic semi-canon design