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Danakar Endeel

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  1. Looks like you have access to the hangar in order to look at your ship but that would probably be the extent of your game access on that particular account.
  2. The Million Mile High Club is indeed just a fancy bar with a lounge where you can hang out with some friends.
  3. Well, so far it seems there's still a lot of fluff and no actual information when reading the sales info and brochure. The only difference I see with the 'Force' is that it has an extra shield generator but nothing about any updated scanners or anything unfortunately. Also appears that it has a single S1 gun compared to the 2xS1 on both the DF and NOX. So the Force is just a NOX with less firepower and a bit more tanky while the base model is the same price as a NOX but has you paying for 'luxury' and being a bit less exposed from the sides but have to lose 50% of firepower. If I were to start theorycrafting on exploration scenarios it currently appears that if the need arises to grab a small bike when an Ursa wouldn't be ideal you could just grab any speederbike and won't really miss out on anything. Only vehicle so far stated by CIG specifically to have improved scanners was the Tumbril Cyclone RN to my knowledge. So yep, still just marketing BS imo where you simply pay more for less because it's Origin 'luxury'. But at least having more speederbikes gives us more choice and diversity which in my book is always a good thing when going for a living breathing universe. But I'm going to sit this one out (also because Origin ships never really appealed to me) and simply wait for Citizencon and a potential Aegis Dynamics Speederbike.
  4. True, I wouldn't mind having a military grade Aegis or Anvil tank.
  5. Meh, it's most likely just more marketing BS where they charge you +$10 for a skin and a bigger gun. Personally I think it's unlikely to have more 'purpose' than the basic model to be honest. Besides, 50 bucks also gets me an Avenger Titan. So I'll just stick with my NOX as it's the bike Batman would ride!
  6. Yeah, and it's likely the most expensive variant.
  7. Origin X1 - Base (standard model) Origin X1 - Velocity (racing model) Origin X1 - Force (combat model) Apparently these are the three variants as they were listed in the triple pack here: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/pledge/Packages/X1-THREE-PACK-SCARLET-EDITION-LTI-Warbond According to Tyler the 'Force' variant is more geared towards exploration. I guess a bigger gun and black paintjob are standard-issue for explorers these days or something.
  8. X1 LTI Warbond Pre-Sale $35 https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/16139-The-New-Definition-Of-Performance Greeting Citizens! Anyone who’s flown an Origin Jumpworks ship understands the experience we’re trying to capture. Performance. Luxury. Excellence. These are ideals that are pursued with almost religious zeal whether we’re constructing a high-speed racer like the m50 or a luxury touring vehicle like the 890, and we’re prepared to do it again. Origin Jumpworks teamed up with legendary ship designer Alberto Vara to create a high performance open-canopy ship: the X1. As a valued member of the Origin family, we’d like to invite you to get an exclusive first look at this exciting new biking experience. About the Pre-Sale The Origin X1 pre-sale will run through 20:00 UTC September 29. Credit models and additional multi-ship packs will be available in the full sale, as will a brochure, holoviewer model and additional concept material. The X1 Scarlet Edition includes the base model X1 and an exclusive cherry skin available only during the pre-sale period. The X1 Scarlet Edition Three-Pack includes all three variants and three cherry skins.
  9. The Origin X1 will go on sale Friday, September 29, 2017. There will be three variants with prices ranging from $40 to $50. https://robertsspaceindustries.com/spectrum/community/SC/forum/1/thread/spaceship-prices/485961
  10. Yeah, didn't they also confirm that in the Q&A? Still a little odd (and confusing though) as the 315p and 325a were originally stated to be mere 'equipment packages' back in the day. But I admit that was before CIG started messing around with the missile hardpoints and now every version seems to have a different size hardpoint (or no hardpoint at all).
  11. I guess it will remain a mystery until we get the Jump Point issue for the 600i as that usually includes a conversation with the concept artist and the team.
  12. Yeah, I posted my suggestion in a few threads including the one where Tyler asked for more suggestions, so here's hoping. Personally I would really prefer a VIP stateroom over a large area devoted to a single pool table.
  13. I did, but Teller increased the size from 62m to 93m so I don't know how it's going to end up when it's finished. The concept art of the 600i however showed lots of giant empty hallways and the entire area below the cockpit appeared to be 15m of corridor leading up to one sofa. So I fear we will end up with another Retaliator which also has lots of hallways but very little in terms of rooms. At the moment I have both the Touring and Explorer CCU, but so far it does not appear that the touring model has any purpose. The Q&A didn't sound overly promising either where they stated that it was not intended as a ship for commercial purposes. So it's a sleeker and more expensive Phoenix that doesn't appear to have any VIP transporting capabilities. Would have been nice if the 600i was actually created as a competitor/alternative to the Phoenix.