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i was thinking about converting my vendettas/valkyries to look like Chinook helicopters. Basically removing the wings, putting twin blades on the top of them and gluing the weapons onto the side to complete the gunship effect.
i basically wanted to see what u guys thought of this idea
I've been thinking that it would be cool to convert one up like the NERV vtols from Neon Genesis Evangellion.
Here's a pic:
Last edited by SandWyrm; December 1st, 2009 at 19:58. Reason: bad link
well good luck with that one lol. i think it wll make them a lot more gunshippy! as opposed to planes
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I do not support Neon Genesis. All I can think off is how much of a wuss the main character was.
How about a variant of the aircraft in Killzone?
I'm not too sure about those killzone landing craft, I think the IG care enough about their troopers to at least give them a windscreen.
personally I really like the look of the Orca's from the old Command and Conquer series
edit: So I was doing some internet searching and came upon these, If your going to do a Chinook, I'm all for it , but I think that it may be too big for gaming purposes, they can hold upwards of 36 passengers, If your looking for something to take only 12 like the Valk does I'd check out Blackhawks, or even the Russian Hind helicopters, they fulfill very much the same role as the Valkyries, armed with high caliber guns and rocketpods, they also have the capability to drop a squad of infantry at their target.
maybe these can be of some inspiration
not exactly sure what kind of helicopter this is, I know the American counterpart is made by a company called Kaman though
an old american experimental plane that was used in vtol research, the X-22.
the deadly, dare I say sexy...
notice the windows, for the passenger compartment almost directly beneath the little wings.
Last edited by Disengorified; December 2nd, 2009 at 20:45. Reason: found some potentially useful stuff
IG are lucky that their spacecraft have windscreens.
C'mon man, the tried, tested and used to death tactic with IG is to choke the enemies guns with the bodies of your fallen.
What right minded IG general cares about his men?
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