Ships Frontier can you bring out a medium size passenger ship

Would it be possible to bring out a medium passenger ship. We have a small (dolphin) and two large , I normally use a python for passenger missions so can land on medium pad.
 
Why does there seem to be this fixation on asking for more medium-pad ships? There aren't even that many good missions to outposts. Why don't you just give up the kid stuff and come play with the big boys?

If you are going to insist, you can throw passenger cabins in a T6 or an AspX and you're good to go.
 
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Kids stuff ? I do passenger missions in a python, I totally disagree with you that they are not many good passenger missions from outposts, look at robigo mines for example, which is an outpost if you dont know. I would also like to inform you I have done passenger missions in a beluga liner. I also have a corvette and a cutter and 2 anacondas, a t6 is nowhere near as good as a python and neither is an aspx which only has a better jump range. Hi, corvette and cutter kid stuff.
 
Yes, we need a new Saud Kruger medium passenger ship (the cachalot?). I use a Phyton for Robigo too, but I would like a specialised passenger ship for this, it's more immersive and the Phyton is also so boring and typical for other purposes...
 
Why does there seem to be this fixation on asking for more medium-pad ships? There aren't even that many good missions to outposts. Why don't you just give up the kid stuff and come play with the big boys?

If you are going to insist, you can throw passenger cabins in a T6 or an AspX and you're good to go.
Because big ships are not fufilling.

Sure they can get loads done, but an engineered big ship is just dull to fly, impenetrable shielding, all the guns and all the optionals makes for a boring experience.

Personally I think we need more small ships regardless of what jobs they are built for.
 
Have you tried a T7 or a Clipper? They are "large ships" that aren't impenetrable with all of the guns. Hell, even the T9 isn't if you use both of the Class 8 bays for cargo. A T7 is a great blockade runner for doing CG in Open.

The Orca is already a mid-tier passenger ship, but it still requires a large pad.
 
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Have you tried a T7 or a Clipper? They are "large ships" that aren't impenetrable with all of the guns. Hell, even the T9 isn't if you use both of the Class 8 bays for cargo. A T7 is a great blockade runner for doing CG in Open.

The Orca is already a mid-tier passenger ship, but it still requires a large pad.
Clippers are reliant on gimbal or turrets which is also not fuffilling and the trade ships are simply not fun to pilot. The Orca is also near on useless since it was nerfed a while back.

Actually large ships, (Not mediums masquerading as larges) are for people to have an easy time of it.

The small ships is where skill is both learned and perfected. Sure, you can "git gud" in a larger vessel, but even the mediums are soft by comparison to the little ones. When I say soft I mean give you second, or even third chances after a screwup. In a small one you're lucky if you get one screwup and still stay flying. Thats just more rewarding than crutching on OP shields and OP guns.
 
There was three passenger ships made, then they became multirole.
What's the point.
Roleplay or people who like only carrying passengers, they are also the only ones which can carry luxury class passenger cabin.
Clippers are reliant on gimbal or turrets which is also not fuffilling and the trade ships are simply not fun to pilot. The Orca is also near on useless since it was nerfed a while back.

Actually large ships, (Not mediums masquerading as larges) are for people to have an easy time of it.

The small ships is where skill is both learned and perfected. Sure, you can "git gud" in a larger vessel, but even the mediums are soft by comparison to the little ones. When I say soft I mean give you second, or even third chances after a screwup. In a small one you're lucky if you get one screwup and still stay flying. Thats just more rewarding than crutching on OP shields and OP guns.
I agree with small ships is where skill is learned and perfected and I tried to stick to small ships for that, but I got bored of being an underdog all the time while having money for buying and equip a serious ship.
 
Roleplay or people who like only carrying passengers, they are also the only ones which can carry luxury class passenger cabin.


I agree with small ships is where skill is learned and perfected and I tried to stick to small ships for that, but I got bored of being an underdog all the time while having money for buying and equip a serious ship.
For sure something with more kick is needed, but not a Clipper or Mamba even then, those things are to reliant on being easy mode ships. Mind you, the Kraits can both be put in the same classification due to thier stupid distro mechanics.
 
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