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Thread: Maclaren II Class (STCS; - maybe others later)

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    Maclaren II Class (STCS; - maybe others later)

    AOFW Maclaren II Class Cruiser.png

    History-
    The Maclaren II, named after two prominent Chieftains in Old Earth Begolly Annegivens Brommelgoch, as well as the Chief Engineer on the Dol Sati, one of the Transports delivering colonists to New New Aberdeen in the 22nd Century, is a new attempt to be as cheap and proficient with hooking up old, rusty parts as possible, while designing that into a creative, weird, and vicious combatant, resulting in a compact ship that doesn't quite look like it can make up it's mind whether it is 0Xs, 0Xl, or 1X. Three were built, and used, often alone, but sometimes to coordinate Destroyers and Escorts, and were kept in service from 2338 all the way to 2407, when the last was placed in the New New Aberdeen Starflight Museum.

    Ships launched-

    CL-138 USS Maclaren
    CL-139 USS Rudderberry
    CL-140 USS Templeton
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    Just out of curiosity, why dont you post the *.shp and *.bmp files instead of the screenshot? Without those, posts like these aren't very useful. Just sayin.

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    Yeah, maybe.
    "Always beware of anything said by a person with a smile." -Cronan-sama
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    http://sites.google.com/site/memoryeta
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    http://web.archive.org/web/200410151.../ssd/ssds.html
    Don Miller's SSDs for Star Fleet Battles are here, axing the URL past sfb takes you to the main site.

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