|Cargo capacity||950 TC|
|Cargo bay extension||N/A|
|Maximum speed||0.24 LM|
|Energy recharge rate||
|Shield boosters available||No|
|Military shields available||No|
|OXP or standard||OXP|
|Available to player||No|
Rarely the traveler in the Ooniverse has the chance to spot the mighty Aurora Megacruiser. With a length of 4.3 kilometers and about 800 meters in height it really is a mobile world capable of supporting 500,000 souls in a standard setting. Transportation takes place by high speed people/alien movers. The Aurora surprisingly does not support a public ship dock. The dock masters of the Aurora want to know exactly who is on board. The waiting list for a place on one of the Ooniverses' 100 Auroras is almost 10 years.
On board the passengers are treated with a wealth of facilities. From shopping malls to hospitals, a public central park, botanic gardens and hotels. Passengers travel for more than a year on the ship. In its travels it takes passengers to all the 8 galaxies.
4 GASEC SR-GD's (Space Rotary Galactic Drive) take the ship to 0.24 LM which is quite fast for such a large ship but hence we are talking about engines with a 200 meter wide engine tube.
It's a safe ship but it still can be nuked or Q-bombed (energy=3500) so expect it to be escorted by quite a large fleet. In case of an emergency a large lifeboat fleet can evacuate the richest passengers.
- Engines that can be shot off.
- Escape capsule fleet.
- Realistic behaviour (slow turning, NO docking in stations).
Download & Installation
The Auroa is now part of the Liners.oxp. The old version on the box of pagroove is therefore obsolete.
NB: BigShips OXP is also required.
v1.1 Bug Fix released on 10 november 2010
v1.0 First released on 7th December 2009.
Concept and Idea: P.A. Groove
Shaders and Modelling Help: Griff
Scripting Help: Thargoid
Fine Tuning: P.A.Groove
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