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    really nice looking and welcome to the guild
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    Quote Originally Posted by clasherus View Post
    . The flight mechanism - a magical engine of sorts generates essentially a very powerful levitation spell, emanating mostly from the large rear "wings." The engine and wings are also capable of providing some limited amount of forward movement. The sails provide the vast majority of forward movement. The sails are deliberately not really functional - I decided they looked cooler than just straight up copying some sailing rigging.
    So how is that steampunk? Don't get me wrong. I love what you've done done, but steam punk it 'aint.
    Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to work I go..

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    That looks great clash, very nice use of SketchUp! With a nice background underneath it I can really see this being a great game map.

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    Note that sails will not actually make an airship go faster. They will allow it to reach full speed somewhat sooner, but with or without sails, you end up drifting with the wind at the speed of the wind.

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