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The Fox Spirit was first designed for the Anti-Traction League as a short range fighter to operate from behind defences such as the great shield wall of Batmunkh Gompa. Four versions later and a change in leadership saw a reduction in weapons and armour as well as the latest and much more powerful Muraski Lion engines being fitted... Render in full post

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Fox Spirit Mk. IV: Work in Progress

History:

The Fox Spirit was first designed for the Anti-Traction League as a short range fighter to operate from behind defences such as the great shield wall of Batmunkh Gompa. Four versions later and a change in leadership saw a reduction in weapons and armour as well as the latest and much more powerful Muraski Lion engines being fitted. Extra fuel tanks completed the transformation into a long range reconnaissance fighter which become a common sight above the front line. In the early days of the war these ships were flown in flights of three but this was later increased to six as the Tractionist heavier-than-air machines become a common sight above enemy cities. At the height of the war the expected service life of a ship was just 3 weeks with fresh crew and ships reinforcing squadrons along the front on an almost daily basis.

Technical Specifications:

  • Classification: Long Range Fighter Reconnaissance
  • Engines: Murasaki Lion
  • Armourment: Mk. III Tonfa pattern rocket projectors
  • Crew: 3
  • Length: 38.5m
  • Beam: 15.5m
  • Top Speed: 73 knots

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Recruiting:

The Traction Wars team is looking for developers to join the team. We are looking in particular for texture artists, coders and mappers. If you think you can contribute in these or other areas please either PM Naga or fill out a form here and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you.

That's all for this update. Be sure to come back for our next update but until then feel free to visit our public forums to discuss this update and other aspects of the modification.

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