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  1. Godly

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    Hey guys, I am pretty new to SC and I am looking to melt either my reliant or my mustang towards a hornet. Does anyone have any opinions on this?

    Thanks, Lee
     
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    Hello . and Welcome !

    If I were thinking about the switch you mentioned, I would melt the Mustang
    (UNLESS it is a Racer ! :D ) because the Reliant can be modded in more ways
    and the Hornet will take the place of the Mustang as a combat ship.
     
  3. Jon C

    Jon C Star Citizen: Raptor Sq. Officer

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    Currently, until development of the game has become more permanent as to ship statistics, it is more a matter of intended role of ship and preference as to aesthetics/looks.

    I, personally, do not like how the mustang looks. However, I do like how the reliant looks. So, you would know how I would choose.

    However, depending on whether one of the ships has a game package attached, you shouldn't melt a ship with a game package but instead CCU (Cross-Chassis Upgrade) it to a Hornet to keep a game package.
     
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    Ah thanks guys, yeah I am thinking I will keep my Reliant, I just wish I could take it out for a spin. :p And yeah thanks for tip on CCU I didn't realise that was an option.
     
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    Jon C Star Citizen: Raptor Sq. Officer

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    Godly:

    If you are not already a member you should join us on http://www.theoldergamers.com/forum/star-citizen/ in the private boards.

    Read how to apply here: http://www.theoldergamers.com/forum...ntial-members-please-read-before-posting.html

    And join TOG through our website at : The Barracks - The Older Gamers Forums

    Then once you are approved please read this post

    http://www.theoldergamers.com/forum/signups/533131-how-use-forum.html

    before enlisting in the following thread (You won't be able to access these thread until your barracks post above has been approved.):

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    You will then receive an invite through the Star Citizen website. Please accept the invite and you are done!
     
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    Rightio Jon, will do. thank you.
     
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    Godly,

    You can test all ships by renting them with REC (rental credits) so I recommend testing all the options out first.

    I have a 300i package and was thinking of upgrading it to a Hornet. But after renting it for a few days found out that it was not for me. I then rented an Aegis Sabre and liked it much more so I am now waiting for the opportunity when Sabre will be available as an upgrade, and in the meantime I can fly it with my REC.

    Foxspec
     
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    Cheers Fox, I've ended up not melting anything and just buying a few new ships. Cause SC for the win.
     
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    I applaud your spirit, sir! :D
     
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    @St.Weasel:

    When you killed it, you can probably eat it.
    When you can't eat it, kill a few more - might have been a fluke.
    When you're sure you can't eat it, keep on killing.
    Why keep it alive when you can't eat it later?

    Ans.- Hide and watch, it Might taste good to something
    you DO like to eat!!
     

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