Which one is better?
Poll: Which desc is better? (16 member(s) have cast votes)
Which desc is better, Cade's or Coraxus's?
(2 votes [12.50%])
Percentage of vote: 12.50%
(14 votes [87.50%])
Percentage of vote: 87.50%
He and I couldn't decide which one to go for, so we decided to see what everyone thought. The following desc describes a new class of a more powerful Rebel Destroyer that will eventually replace the stock version.
"The Rebellion has been lately at task to upgrade its ships to gain a advantage in the war against Bureau. It started when they made a prototype Dragon with even heavier shields, because they saw how effective it was in crushing the blockade.
The general refits personnel took it as their task to upgrade the ancient craft and upgraded in the ways Donald Chick could not. They tossed out the original design and applied upgrades on top. They reworked the way the shields were put, which resulted in it having unprecented shields for a destroyer. They replaced the engines with much faster ones. The most important part- the weapons have been completely replaced. Now the Destroyer is a truly devastating opponent instead of a heavily upgraded wreck. It has also more free space. The armor has been heavily upgraded to the point of having exactly as much armor as a Fed Carrier"
"The Rebellion was tasked to upgrade its ships to gain an advantage over the Bureau. It began with a heavily shielded prototype Dragon capable of plowing through Fed blockades with ease.
The Rebel Destroyer was refitted in ways Donald Chick could not. Engineers sweated hard to upgrade the ancient hulk after tossing out the original designs. They worked on increasing shield strength and rebuilt the engines to be somewhat faster. Most importantly, they replaced standard weapons with much deadlier ones. Matrix-steel was added enough to almost rival that of a Fed Carrier to help withstand punishments from Fed warships and more free space was allocated. The end result was a deadly platform that could dominate any battlefield it finds itself in."
This post has been edited by Coraxus : 01 June 2007 - 03:56 PM