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Titan-class Railship
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 I made it 
  April 5, 2014
Quoting Scott Bertaut First off, I am not a steam punk fan, railships though are the exception to that rule. Your railship looks really nice, I like the cannon designs. My favorite part though is probably how you used studs like rivets on the sides, it works so well. There is one flaw though, and it is a flaw with all railships, couldn't you take out the whole thing just buy blowing up the track in front of it? That is why I dislike most steam punk, it is too impractical for my tastes, the coolness of railships overrides the impracticality in my book. Epic Job!
Thank you, as to the flaw you described, no that wouldn't take out a railship as those tracks could be used to your advantage if you are able to push the enemy back and taking out potential assets just to rebuild them would be somewhat redundant.
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  April 5, 2014
First off, I am not a steam punk fan, railships though are the exception to that rule. Your railship looks really nice, I like the cannon designs. My favorite part though is probably how you used studs like rivets on the sides, it works so well. There is one flaw though, and it is a flaw with all railships, couldn't you take out the whole thing just buy blowing up the track in front of it? That is why I dislike most steam punk, it is too impractical for my tastes, the coolness of railships overrides the impracticality in my book. Epic Job!
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  July 30, 2013
Quoting Giannis Rozakis I love the design! One detail: you should add some support for when it fires its main battery, since a full broadside would most probable roll it away from the track. Or better,. make it twin-track for the added support so it can even fire on the move!
the titan class doesn't fire all its guns at once the power generators wont allow it instead they rapid fire the guns from bow to stern just seconds apart to have the most destructive force possible the stability issue you bring up is countered by the guns recoil into the turrets and aren't rigidly attached. I do have a double track railship in the factory's to do list and the Jucidator-class will be huge just you wait and see but first before work gets started on that ive got a few engine before that including J-3 class "Big Blue", Resolute-class railcarrier, and the J-2 "Sapphire Night"
 I like it 
  July 30, 2013
I love the design! One detail: you should add some support for when it fires its main battery, since a full broadside would most probable roll it away from the track. Or better,. make it twin-track for the added support so it can even fire on the move!
 I made it 
  May 23, 2013
Quoting TF Twitch It is a warship. On rails. What the... Anyways, ingenious design, and I like all of the small details that have been added. The functionality of the features is a nice added touch as well. Nice technique with the wheel covers since it adds that extra emphasis of it being a warship.
Well a warship on rails is what warring countries want. This is the biggest single-track railship ever built with the heaviest armament on a railship possible.
 I like it 
  May 23, 2013
It is a warship. On rails. What the... Anyways, ingenious design, and I like all of the small details that have been added. The functionality of the features is a nice added touch as well. Nice technique with the wheel covers since it adds that extra emphasis of it being a warship.
 I made it 
  May 22, 2013
Yes, the guns can elevate
 
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