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We will have to know the stats you are working off to determine layouts.



The only stats we found were terribly inaccurate. Most mention a ship size of 26m to 29m... Image 1
As you can see waaaay too big (thanks to the phoenix nest for the original ortho). After several different test we settled on the 17m size So there are no Stats, another thing to work out as the deckplan develops.
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those annoying round, bumpy things often shown behind the blaster cannons



The what’s? Who? Got a shot of them?

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I'm assuming that the Moldy Crow is being mainly based off the images and screen captures from the Jedi Knight series



Correct, Lucas provided a range of Caps, the most useful I'll post at the weekend.

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but was any information from the books taken into account?


The books have been taken into account, Frank was kind enough to type up all the references to the Crow. There was 'heated' discussion on some of the points.

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The only issue that I forsee is the deckplan itself. The Sleuth is more spacious.



Actually its slightly bigger. More comfortable for teh crew though cargo is going to be very limited.

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The only issue that I forsee is the deckplan itself. The Sleuth is more spacious.



Actually its slightly bigger. More comfortable for teh crew though cargo is going to be very limited.



But I remember the Crow actually had a decent bunk. The Sleuth will "appear" to be much more open and spacious. It has a bubble cockpit feel and the back is more open. The Crow won't have that feel. Staggered cockpit, bunks, and cargo space will make the ship feel cramped.


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But I remember the Crow actually had a decent bunk.



Where did you get that from?

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I would be very careful on the book references of this ship. When Quint says "heated" he is under emphasizing the actual issue.

This ship is very small. Due to this, much of the book 'evidence' is faulty.

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But I remember the Crow actually had a decent bunk.



Where did you get that from?



I remember a cut scene where I believe Kyle is recovering in a bunk on the Crow.



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In the books or in a cutscene in the game?

I was not able to find any such image in the game....if there is a bunk, then it is the main cabin's seats that are able to recline, that much is evident in the game's cutscenes.

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The only cutscene I can recall when Kyle was lying down he was a patient on a Rebel Nebulon frigate recovering from treatment for wounds received during the Nar Shadaa level

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I thought they were on the Crow when he was wounded. It's been such a long time since I've seen those scenes.

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yes, that was on a Nebulon frigate.

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...I suspect that the Moldy Crow doesn't have bunks...nor even a potty...
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