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Old April 28 2014, 10:48 AM   #8
Re: UESPA Announces the Launch of Earth's First Warp Ship

Whether this is a former freighter whose cargo was carried in those big cylinders, or a former general spacecraft whose fuel for somewhat conventional rockets was held there, I'd assume the tanks (or at least the central one) would now be left empty, what with the miracle technology of warp engines aboard. The Phoenix didn't seem particularly fuel-endowed, either...

There might be plenty of room for habitation inside the cylinder(s), then, making it realistic to go for the smallest possible interpretation of the bow detail. If the cylinder is not habitable, or is about 90% warp engine, then I'd give the bow at least three decks, with the window being "full-height", about six feet from bottom to top vertically. Otherwise, there wouldn't be a need for a mysterious energy barrier for driving the crew crazy...

Timo Saloniemi
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