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When Kerbals started to expand to the stars using the now found Kraken technology, murmurs started to spread that an ancient cosmic entity spoke to the scientist and gave them one name Cthulhu. impacted by visions of this unimaginable creature that is said to be a god, Bob Kerman stated that he was enamored to create a craft in the form of the creature he saw. He stated its name... Cthulhu This Craft is Stock with DLC. USES NO MODS using the latest in Kraken Technology from my Pantheon series Comes with vertical and horizontal Kraken Drives for Single Stage to Anywhere operations around the Kerbal System. Each Kraken drive comes equipped with 32 LY-05 and G11 hinges for thrust (x2 for both vertical and horizontal flight). Flight Instructions and Action Groups Set Unlimited Energy and Propellant (for weapons) Stage Fire Front Weapons Throttle Vertical Lifting Thrust AG1 Horizontal (Forward thrust) AG2 Up Flight Control AG3 Forward Flight Control AG4 Kraken Energy Vent (Visual) Flight Instructions (SAS) ON, tap Radial Out, Press AG 2 then Full Throttle to start to rise. after around 200-300m you will start to rise at a fast rate. Be patient as the Kraken kicks in. After around the 40k - 50k m. you start to turn automatically as the Radial out will flip. (DON'T PANIC). At this point, Press AG3, Drop throttle to zero, and you will start to follow the Radial out point. Keep this up until your Apoapsis reaches around your desired height (I recommend at least around 130k m.) At this point turn off Radial out and keep accelerating and correct until your circularise. ( I recommend turning off acceleration until you reach near Apoapsis) From here you are free to go anywhere you choose. Will be able to get on and off every planet that is viable. Does require Flags for some Visual (NO MODS) Flag Downloads: Drop Box: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1cg4u2qgwwu4qaj/Cthulhu Flags.zip?dl=0 Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nMp2ztLV0py3NMwu1_UDs-Z98dvKj4dO/view?usp=sharing Downloads Kerbal X: https://kerbalx.com/InterstellarKev/Cthulhu-Kraken-Corvette
Description Phaethon Dynamics is back with its new evolution in luxury space flight with Arrow of Indra PD-04AI. If Garuda’s Lance was the cutter of the stars then this is surely its Corvette. Featuring 36 Thudd Engines VTOL,16 LV-N, 2 Skipper, multi layer Vernor engines, 2 Reverse Thruster Aerospike and 8 O-10 RCS Engines. True to Phaethon name to get the best use of this machine you need to enable god mode (infinite fuel) for full fun. Really meant to be used in space. can be used on and around kerbin just fine but you may want to enable unbreakable parts if you are a clumsy flyer. Please enable RCS and SAS recommended when in flight. AG1: LV-N Engine Toggle AG2: Skipper Engine Toggle AG3: Thudd Engine VTOL AG4: O-10 RCS Engine Toggle AG5: Low gravity flip assisted O-10 Engines AG6: Reverse Thruster Aerospike AG0: Toggle Cargo Bay with 2 dock ports (JR and REG) Texture mods used in images with mod TexturesUnlimited (not needed to download) Part Count: 555 Pure Stock Steam: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2040307881 Kerbal X: https://kerbalx.com/InterstellarKev/Arrow-of-Indra
The 1968 - 1982 Corvette Stingray (this one is kind of a mix-up of all of them.) Let me know if there is something I can change, or modify to make it look better! (Full album in the KerbalX link, or here) https://kerbalx.com/He_162/162-Corvette-v12 Build log *old photos in the spoiler below. -v1.2: Redesigned body, boost flaps, and propulsion system. Better handling. -v1.0: Release. And what should I make next?
So this is my first post (Hi!!) and I decided to make it about (water-based) ships, which have been a slight obsession of mine for the past, well, since I saw one. I finally tried my hand at building a few in KSP, but there are still some things that I need to work on. Basically, I'd like to see some ship designs from you all, and otherwise just exchange ideas for the best hull shapes, engine placement, etc. Here's the best ship I've built so far: The name at the moment is simply 'Corvette.' Her top speed is 67 m/s, and she's also quite stable when making tight turns: Part count is 50.