Gallente – A journey into the past

Welcome to the second part of our journey into the past. After traveling with the Amarr in my actual homeland, I now come to the foreign land I have never been to before and whose shuttle is my most flown ship. I am talking about the Gallente faction in this case.
I really have no faction from the Empire where I have less to do with the ships than with this. Therefore, I really do not guarantee completeness here and therefore really only take the ships where it is visually very noticeable or better said, where I see a difference in the design.
Therefore I also start without great speeches also directly.

The stealth bomber has also changed in T2. The Nemesis has just like the stealth bombers of the other factions received a new look over time.

The Eos, one of the two command ships, has also received an update, as with all other factions.

These are the most noticeable changes in the T2 world. However, as usual, we will focus on the hulls of the T1 ships.

Velator:
Patch: Crucible (13.03.2012)

Tristan:
Patch: Rubicon 1.3 (12.03.2014)

Incursus
Patch: Rhea (09.12.2014)

Exequror
Patch: Proteus 1.0 (13.01.2015)

Dominix
Patch: Galatea 1.1 (26.08.2015)

Maulus
Patch: YC118.8 Release (13.09.2016)

Navitas
Patch Release August 2018 1.0 (21.08.2018)

These are the ships that I have noticed so far or where the changes are not so small that I do not directly overlook them.

I’m not a big fan of the Gallente design, we like the other factions much better. But that is personal taste. If I have forgotten something you can give me a hint and I would add the ships content. Nevertheless, the updates are well done and the ships look much better afterwards. I think that there will be one or the other ship here that would do well an update of the model.

1 Rückmeldungen zu “Gallente – A journey into the past

  1. Hach, das waren noch Zeiten!

    Ich persönlich denke sehr wehmütig an die “Lanze” der Incursus zurück. Mit der Verkürzung ist hier für mich echt eine kleine Ikone verloren gegangen. Die anderen Überarbeitungen finde ich hingegen sehr gelungen und zeitgemäß (dringend notwendig).

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