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 San-Silvacain Military Surplus Store, Meh...
San-Silvacian
Posted: Mar 3 2012, 10:14 PM


25% Armaments Designer


Group: Members
Posts: 510
Member No.: 1,243
Joined: 13-November 11



Might come up with a better name, its so bland, but it is military surplus tongue.gif

Anyway, any tips? Like do I need a large backstory?


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QUOTE (Mikedor)
5 medics per platoon? Overheal.

QUOTE (Falls @ Nov 25 2012, 08:59 AM)
If you believe that technology...or fuck it, specifically aircraft avionics did not under go revolutionary changes between Vietnam and the gulf war,  you should bottle your thought process and sell it as a cure for smart.
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Lamoni
Posted: Mar 4 2012, 01:58 AM


Most Consistent Desginer (2012)


Group: Admin
Posts: 3,752
Member No.: 336
Joined: 25-April 08



Tip: Take a look at other storefronts, and see what they do.


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Stevid: Well, you must be congratulated for creating an arsenal ship that hasn't been torn to shreds by the NSD Naval community. I've seen many arsenal ships go through here and been laughed at, but you've gone and designed one that everyone seems at least half okay with.  Well done.


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Lyras: Competence-wise, an M-21 would comfortably be a match for the vast majority of NS-grade tanks.


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Yanitaria: Compared to you, most designers look like they have ADD.


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Ekraysia: I have to say, comparing your military equipment to that of the average NSer would be like comparing the T-34 to a hastily up-armoured elderly horse.


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<Anemos> Sometimes I can't help but wonder if you're on a design team of some sort
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Khorsun
Posted: Mar 4 2012, 02:43 AM


18% Armaments Designer


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Joined: 24-April 08



/sig 4-5 quotes of praise.


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QUOTE (Mazara Palani)
Right now, this kit is pretty much only good for smoking weed.

Oh wait, you forgot a lighter.
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Lamoni
Posted: Mar 4 2012, 04:35 AM


Most Consistent Desginer (2012)


Group: Admin
Posts: 3,752
Member No.: 336
Joined: 25-April 08



QUOTE (Khorsun @ Mar 3 2012, 05:43 PM)
/sig 4-5 quotes of praise.

At least mine come from people who know what they are doing. cool.gif


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Stevid: Well, you must be congratulated for creating an arsenal ship that hasn't been torn to shreds by the NSD Naval community. I've seen many arsenal ships go through here and been laughed at, but you've gone and designed one that everyone seems at least half okay with.  Well done.


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Lyras: Competence-wise, an M-21 would comfortably be a match for the vast majority of NS-grade tanks.


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Yanitaria: Compared to you, most designers look like they have ADD.


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Ekraysia: I have to say, comparing your military equipment to that of the average NSer would be like comparing the T-34 to a hastily up-armoured elderly horse.


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<Anemos> Sometimes I can't help but wonder if you're on a design team of some sort
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