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Battle for the Galaxy by FooDogTenchi Battle for the Galaxy by FooDogTenchi
Inspire by Star Wars vs Star Trek by mpcp13.
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StoryTeller288 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
and so it begins >)
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Andruril93 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very impressive! I like it.
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SpaceEmpire91 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Now see, you have the best idea for a crossover. Starfleet & the Rebel Alliance join together to defeat the Galactic Empire.
Brilliant! SolarEmpire01 out. :sun: :earth:
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TheElevatedDeviant Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2012
OH MY GOD
this is going to be awesome
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Passin Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2011
Very nice.
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lordsiravant Featured By Owner May 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sure the Borg would hear about these new ships called Star Destroyers and a planet-busting space station and send a couple dozen cubes to seize both techs.
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012
And get blasted by 200 gigaton Turbolasers before they could even get close.
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TheSciFiProject Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010
I think that, if the Federation met with the Galactic Empire, they would steal and copy each other's tech. I have been a fan of both, and I say that the odd of winning are about equal. ISD shields are weaker, and have less firepower, but are larger in numbers and can overwhelm with quantity. The Federation, with powerful phasers and sheilds, would be able to damage more, but can be destroyed by starfighters in large numbers. But, by at least 3 years of combat, they would copy each other's tech and tactics.

Turbolaser + Phaser= Turbophaser.
I would love to get my hands on that.
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012
The Federation would try to copy imperial firepower. The Empire would try to steal a synthesizer or a matter replicator.
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Ner-Zull Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2010
Those ISDs are gonna make quick work of the Fereation ships
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Emaldon7 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2010
Very cool : )
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JosunTomoro Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009
*Sigh*

I just love seeing the arguments between trekkies and warsies.

Thinking about it, its actually funny how many people can spend days at a time arguing over something that isnt real.

Sides, a good cross-over isnt about who wins. Its about making a good story.

No, that doesnt mean getting 100 good reviews from warsies that a single ISD destroyed Starfleet.

Its getting 500 reviews from people who like both and love how you went about making them both equal.
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Weasel102 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2009
Well... Bye bye Star Trek. :XD:
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Taggerung1 Featured By Owner May 18, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
So... You've got three ISD's, and a Super Star Destroyer, AND the second Death Star and all their TIE's, against the 1701, the NX 01, three X-wings and the Millennium Falcon?

Somehow it doesn't seem fair.

Nice picture, though. :D
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smarty1011 Featured By Owner May 16, 2009
this is about godly

GO EMPIRE!!!
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DragonStrider Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I like both ST and SW but I think that SW beats ST don't mean to be rude but sorry SW owns.
Dont get me wrong both SW and ST are unique and original and AWESOME but this is my oppinion.
Don't want to start a riot:)
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2008
You won't start one with me, I completely agree.
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DragonStrider Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad to hear it:D
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PaladinArtea Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2008
I think the whole Star Trek vs. Star Wars battle depends on what kinds of ships and how many are used. In this set up, NX-01, Enterprise-A backed up by the Falcon and a handful of X-wings against all those TIEs, two Star Destroyers, a Super Star Destroyer and the Death Star is an uneven matchup in Star Wars's favor.
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2008
When you mix the Force, and photon torpedoes, every one wins...or loses. I don't know, it's all good.
Thanx for the comment.
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starnut93 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007   Writer
One thing the star wars universe hasn't cultivated is anti matter. One particle could blow up a star destroyer depending on the elements involved.
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ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2007
You are wrong on pretty much all accounts.

First, how do you know how much energy it requires to completely demolish an ISD?

Second, you obviously don't know how much energy a single particle of anti-matter would release...
In theory, mixing matter with anti-matter would produce the purest chain-reaction actually possible - almost 100% of the matter is converted to energy.
According to Einsteins relativity theory (which says that energy and mass are relative - E=mc^2), one kg of AM would produce a blast compared to a 43 megaton H-bomb.
One gram of AM would, correspondingly, produce a 43 KILOton blast.
Impressive, but not nearly enough to even scratch an ISD...
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LtSurge Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007  Student General Artist
lol yea

But I think that The Empire has no chance against William Shatner~
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Vader999 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012
They'd probably commit suicide after hearing enough of his stupid jokes.
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:iconfoodogtenchi:
FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007
True That
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Tysho Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
it's cool- but despite all the geek talk above, I'd say that the imperial fleet would kick butt on account of Star Trek being a bit rubbish. Wahey! Contraversial!
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Tygahman Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
This iz cool. :):beer:
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DrummondType2 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2007
I've discussed this so many times. The weapons of the Star Trek world would overwhelm the Star Wars ones. The shields of the Federations ships actually stop lasers, whereas, in Star Wars, it seemed like they wouldn't stop a bucket of ice water.
Also, Federation ships have more powerful sensors, and would be able to target enemy ships via computer. One photon torpedo would smash through the skin of the Death star, leaving it wide open for further photons or phaser strike. And if the Death Star tried to bring its primary weapon to bear, the Federation ships would know about it the instant it started charging up, and they would just slam a photon torpedo right down the main dish.
Also, a Galaxy class starship is more nimble than a Star destroyer, and could get behind it in an instant and cripple the bridge.
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ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2007
And when do we get to see your actual analysis of the issue, as opposed to this wishful thinking...

The weapons of the Star Trek world would overwhelm the Star Wars ones.
Based on what?
I can present calcs right now that SW power generation capabilities make ST ones look like they're running on steam boilers. Can you present your calcs?

The shields of the Federations ships actually stop lasers,
I hope you're not going to claim ST ships to actually be "immune" to lasers...

in Star Wars, it seemed like they wouldn't stop a bucket of ice water.
And what are you basing this on, exactly?

Also, Federation ships have more powerful sensors, and would be able to target enemy ships via computer.
And you actually think SW ships DON'T have targeting computer? Heavy Turbolasers have a range of around ten lightminutes, you don't actually think you can shoot over that range without a computer, don't you?
Bigger SW warships also deploy heavy EMC during combat so targeting computers are not always operational...

One photon torpedo would smash through the skin of the Death star, leaving it wide open for further photons or phaser strike.
Based on what, exactly?
ST photorps - ST's "heavy artillery" - yield in a single digit megaton figure, while SW light Turbolasers - nothing but light point defense batteries - yield in TEN megaton!
See the disparity?

And if the Death Star tried to bring its primary weapon to bear, the Federation ships would know about it the instant it started charging up, and they would just slam a photon torpedo right down the main dish.
Alright, this is pure fanboy wank, I'm not even going to respond to this...

Also, a Galaxy class starship is more nimble than a Star destroyer, and could get behind it in an instant
More "nimble"? Because in ST I have seen, it's as graceful as a beached whale!
What is wrong with you? The turning arcs of those ships are huge!
And even if it WAS as agile as you seem to be claiming, the heavy TL batteries have been accurate enough to produce glancing shots against tiny one-man starfighters, you don't actually think they would miss a capital ship from a short range, do you?

and cripple the bridge.
If their phasers would yield in higher triple digit PETATON, they probably would, but since they DON'T, they would be an expanding cloud of superheated gas before they can blink an eye...
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ScFiGirl Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ha!:) Have you forgotten about V'ger?!:stupidme:
~ Details of V'ger~
1.The vessel aspect of V'Ger was enormous, with even the largest starship seeming microscopic in comparison.
2. V'ger is *TWO* AU's in diameter (An astronomical unit (most often abbreviated AU) is a distance measurement defined as the average distance of Earth:earth: from Sol. The currently accepted value of the AU is 149,597,870,691 ± 30 meters (about 150 million kilometers or 93 million miles).
3. 93 million miles to the sun :sun: from earth!:earth: 93 million + 93 Million is = 186,000,000 Miles, V'ger would not be able to even fit it our solar system!!!:)
:):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)
:cries: Your :(little:( Death Star wouldn't be able to stand a chance against V'ger!:cries: The Death Star is the size of a small moon, V'ger can't even fit in the solar system!:) V'ger also has more advaced technology!!!!:)
Not to meation Star trek has species 8472 or as the Borg call them the Undine!

Ha!:) See I win!!!:):woohoo:
ps: I love Star Wars but i love Star Better and the fact that your comparing technology and ships is insane!!!!:woohoo:
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:iconzyamaman:
ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2010
The fact that I can render this long reply you wrote with just a single picture, linked here:
[link]

begs the question of whether or not we're talking about the same movie!

Really now, it won't kill you if you invest five minutes of your time into researching your shit before you post it...
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DrummondType2 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2007
// photorps - ST's "heavy artillery" - yield in a single digit megaton figure//

Really? Because in one episode of Voyager, they comment that the yeild of a Photon Torpedo is 54 isotons. Amd in that episode, Harry Kim mentions that it takes a mere 50 to destroy a planet. Granted, this was a modified torpedo, but it didn't seem to take much modification. And that's not even taking into account Quantum Torpedoes or Tri-Cobalt devices.

//in Star Wars, it seemed like they wouldn't stop a bucket of ice water.
And what are you basing this on, exactly?//

Observation. During the attack on the first Death Star, X-wing fighters were able to "pass through their magnetic field" with only a bit of turbulence. Single hits from TIE-Fighters seemed to turn X-Wings into flaming wreckage, despite the fact that they'd "Stabalized their rear deflectors".

Also, let's look at the respective Cloaking technologies of both universes. In Star Wars "No ship" the size of the Falcon "Could have a cloaking device." Whereas in Star Trek, a Klingon Bird of Prey, which carried "About a dozen officers and men." was cloaked regularly. Most of the BoP was wing, to boot.

//And if the Death Star tried to bring its primary weapon to bear, the Federation ships would know about it the instant it started charging up, and they would just slam a photon torpedo right down the main dish.
Alright, this is pure fanboy wank, I'm not even going to respond to this...//

Another way of saying you can't. Enterprise has demonstrated quite regularly that even the slightest power increase registers on their sensors. And the charging up of the primary weapon of the Death Star would definitely register. While it takes time for the Death Star to aim that weapon, Full impulse speed, cited by the Star Trek Encyclopedia as being 1/4 c, would cover the distance from Earth to moon in just over 5 seconds. More than enough time to get out of the way of the main dish.

//Also, a Galaxy class starship is more nimble than a Star destroyer, and could get behind it in an instant
More "nimble"? Because in ST I have seen, it's as graceful as a beached whale!//

As opposed to three Star Destroyers nearly plowing into each other trying to catch one tiny freighter?

//and cripple the bridge.
If their phasers would yield in higher triple digit PETATON, they probably would, but since they DON'T, they would be an expanding cloud of superheated gas before they can blink an eye...//

Right, because a single phaser strike couldn't do as much damage as a single A-Wing fighter plowing headlong into it?

In Star Trek, when you make a run at a ship with shields up, you either smash against those shields, or if you're clever enough to angle your approach, you can bounce off of them. But you don't get through them unless they've already been severely reduced.

On Star Trek, a couple of X-Wings can destroy your primary deflector generator while the deflectors are still up, in a matter of seconds, I might add, and make you prime target for a single A-wing to plow through.

So the phasers would be capable of at least that much. And if not, just set a shuttle or runabout on remote pilot and have them do the job. With the antimatter rich warp core of a runabout, more than the bridge would end up missing.
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ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2007
Really? Because in one episode of Voyager, they comment that the yeild of a Photon Torpedo is 54 isotons.
Let me enlighten you here - "iso" is an SI prefix, it's a real number, and it equals 10^0.
And since 10^0=1, we're talking about a yield of 54 TONS of TNT! Not megatons, not even kilotons - tons.
So you see, I'm the one being generous to Trek...

Amd in that episode, Harry Kim mentions that it takes a mere 50 to destroy a planet.
And of course, anything Harry Kim says is true, no matter how badly it contradicts higher forms of canon, like on-screen evidence...
Granted we have never seen a photorp coming EVEN CLOSE to anything near the kind of destruction being discussed over here, it's entirely possible than by "destroying the planet" they mean something else, like killing all inhabitants for example. This is more plausible with ST tech, given the amount of technobabble it consist of...

And that's not even taking into account Quantum Torpedoes
They just doubled the yield of the photorp.

Tri-Cobalt devices.
Nothing but a funky anti-Borg weapon. IIRC, they just have a timed fuse which is designed to detonate when it's deep inside the target, rather than on impact. And since Borg cubes don't have any armor plating, unlike the ISD's, there's no guarantee it will work on them.

During the attack on the first Death Star, X-wing fighters were able to "pass through their magnetic field" with only a bit of turbulence.
Of course the difference between the anti-energy shields and anti-KE shields completely eludes you...
One is designed to deflect energy weapons, like turbolasers, and the other is supposed to hold off physical impacts. So what makes you think they were passing through KE shields and not through energy shields? It's also supported by the fact that they were able to destroy targets on the surface of the DS without a problem.

Single hits from TIE-Fighters seemed to turn X-Wings into flaming wreckage, despite the fact that they'd "Stabalized their rear deflectors".
Yes, anti-fighter weapons destroying fighter.
How is this a point against SW shields, rather than a point for their weapons?

Also, let's look at the respective Cloaking technologies of both universes. In Star Wars "No ship" the size of the Falcon "Could have a cloaking device." Whereas in Star Trek, a Klingon Bird of Prey, which carried "About a dozen officers and men." was cloaked regularly. Most of the BoP was wing, to boot.
A Klingon BOP is still much more massive than the MF.
And it was obviously refuted in TPM with Darth Maul's ship, which had a cloak.

Another way of saying you can't. Enterprise has demonstrated quite regularly that even the slightest power increase registers on their sensors. And the charging up of the primary weapon of the Death Star would definitely register.
Prove ST ships can detect when the Superlaser is charging up. Just because they can sense energy variations doesn't they can sense energy variations of a shielded vessel, which BTW deploys such a heavy ECM that it was stated in the RoTJ novelization that it actually disrupts space-time continuum!

While it takes time for the Death Star to aim that weapon
As seen where?

While it takes time for the Death Star to aim that weapon, Full impulse speed, cited by the Star Trek Encyclopedia as being 1/4 c, would cover the distance from Earth to moon in just over 5 seconds. More than enough time to get out of the way of the main dish.
You have been yet to prove that ST ships would be able to sense those power variations.
Besides, what sort of stupidity is this - the Superlaser is strategic weapon, it's designed to destroy planets. The surface of th DS is covered with medium TL batteries - they are designed to deal with capital ships, not the Superlaser!
P.S.: The ST Encyclopedia is not canon...

As opposed to three Star Destroyers nearly plowing into each other trying to catch one tiny freighter?
I never claimed ISD's to be agile. Their heavy TL batteries are, though!
Plus, they are very fast at sublight.

Right, because a single phaser strike couldn't do as much damage as a single A-Wing fighter plowing headlong into it?
It would probably do more damage than an A-Wing crush.
Of course the bridge it slammed into was unshielded - the shields were brought down by Ackbar's order to "concentrate fire on that ship"...
And you should also remember that although the primary bridge was destroyed, the bridge tower was intact, and the Executor have multiple secondary bridges. The crew just didn't have the time to man them as the ship pulled by the DS's own gravity field.

In Star Trek, when you make a run at a ship with shields up, you either smash against those shields, or if you're clever enough to angle your approach, you can bounce off of them. But you don't get through them unless they've already been severely reduced.
Give me one example of an ST ship bouncing off from an impact with another ship.
Because as I remember, in ST Nemesis, the Scimitar's shields were still up and the Ent-E was moving at a painfully slow speed, and it was till able to "plow" into the Scimitar.

On Star Trek, a couple of X-Wings can destroy your primary deflector generator while the deflectors are still up, in a matter of seconds, I might add, and make you prime target for a single A-wing to plow through.
Way to COMPLETELY IGNORE THE WHOLE POINT OF THE SCENE!
First, the Rebels had the exact plans of the DS, they knew EXACTLY where to strike!
Second, is the fact that since the target was an EXHAUST port, it cannot be shielded, because it will beat the whole purpose of having such port.
Third is the fact that Luke was the only one able to score the shot using the Force.
The ST ship in question will not enjoy any of those advantages.

So the phasers would be capable of at least that much.
No they won't. They don't have Ackbar's fleet to lower the shields of the Executor, and they don't have the plans of the DS to know where to strike.

With the antimatter rich warp core of a runabout, more than the bridge would end up missing.
Then why do we never see anything like this happens on screen.
Besides, the M/AM reaction is not strong enough to lower the shields of an ISD.
You would need well over one thousand tons of antimatter (and a corresponding amount of matter) just to match a single heavy TL shot coming from an ISD...
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skunk419 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2007
oh yes! you shut him up good!

star wars beats rock.

hi five!! :highfive:
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DrummondType2 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2007
^_Typo. It should read :On Star Wars, a couple of X-Wings can destroy your primary deflector generator while the deflectors are still up, in a matter of seconds, I might add, and make you prime target for a single A-wing to plow through.
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WolfwithGlasses Featured By Owner May 2, 2007
The Föderation ships will be destoyed in seconds.
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mpcp13 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2007  Hobbyist Artist
Wow, I never knew my dinky little pic would actually inspire a pic this awesome. Let alone one that looks this amazing! Great pic, it's really well done a cool looking.
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2007
Thanx, did you see this one as well... [link]
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commando-havok Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2007
[link]

Probably the best ST v SW website ever.
Oh and FooDog: Where did you get the 3D models?
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2007
Models??? This is a photo-manip. If I remember correctly, I got them from pics off my old computer, which I got off the internet.
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LimeGreenSquid Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha, awesome! I've always loved the idea of Star Wars ships battling with or against Star Trek ships!!
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2007
Me too... ^_^
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vegeta002 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007
I know, it was just a rumour I heard somewhere. Plus ST/SW are in different Galaxies, so who knows.
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ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007
Well, if a writer really want to put those two together, what's several million light years for him?
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vegeta002 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2006
How do you think the Rebels/Empire would react if Starfleet appeared and began attacking the Imperials in the middle of one of their fights?

Somewhere I read that the Trek/Wars happened in the same universe during the TOS era.
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ZyamaMaN Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2006
There are lots of fanfic crossovers on SW vs. ST, but nothing in the actual series, nothing canonical.
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Sliversun Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2006
Cool! You should do some more!
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2006
Don't worry, I will.
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Cane-McKeyton Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Star Fleet joins the Rebel Alliance. Sweet.
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FooDogTenchi Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2006
OH yeah, I got a hold of some 3D models of some Star Trek ships and Star Wars ship. So be on the look-out, there will be more to come...
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