471 kb
14611 dls
July 15, 2006
Terran fighter pack

Something for you fighter freaks out there:

The pack contains tiny (fighters) and small (corvettes - or call them heavy fighters or whatever...) ships, 10 each, for the human ship style.

All of the ships are basic hulls with extras. No engines, weapons etc. attached. Note that you will have to research Advanced Hulls to get access to fighters 07 - 10. The reason is simply that I wanted to use the second human tiny hull (cockpit) for some of the fighters and it becomes available only then. All the others you should see in the ship designer right after you start a new game.

Be warned that some of them (especially the fighters) more or less look like aircraft (wings and stuff), but hey, that's what they do in pretty much any SF-movie, right? Anyway, you can look at the pics I included before extracting the files.

I stole the naming convention from Rabid_Monkey that he used in his great Imperial ship-pack:

z[designation] Croc-xx

Designation is:
FGT (fighter) - tiny or
CRV (corvette) - small.

You need GalCiv2 version 1.2 (might work with 1.1 but I couldn't check) and the Collector's Edition stuff to use them. Please update BEFORE you unzip the files.

Their .shipcfg-files are all less than 20 KB so they should not effect your gameplay too much.

INSTALLATION: Unzip the .xml and .shipcfg files into your ...\My Games\GalCiv2 or ...\My Games\GalCiv2\ships directory, depending on if you use folder names when unzipping or not.


Hope you like them,

have fun!
307 kb
13595 dls
May 6, 2006
Here are some Terran-style ships I made during the last couple of weeks.

The package contains 10 ships, one for each warship hull size plus 5 for the most commonly used cargo roles. All of the ships are basic hulls with extras. No engines, weapons etc. attached. So you should see them in the ship designer after you have researched the corresponding hull size class.

They are more or less asymmetrical and very 'navy-ish' and therefore probably not for everyone's taste, but you can look at the pics I included before extracting the files.

I stole the naming convention from Rabid_Monkey that he used in his great Imperial ship-pack:

z Croc-[Cargo role]-0x

Designation is 'Cargo' or, in case of warships, the Navy-like designations:
PTR (patrol ship) - tiny,
FF (frigate) - small,
DD (destroyer) - medium,
CR (cruiser) - large,
BB (battleship) - huge.

Cargo role is only for cargo hulls and, well, the cargo role:

Colo for colony ship,
Cons for constructor,
Frei for freighter,
Trans for troop transport,
Sens for sensor ship.


You need GalCiv2 version 1.1 and the Collector's Edition stuff to use them. Please update BEFORE you unzip the files.

INSTALLATION: Unzip the .xml and .shipcfg files into your ...\My Games\GalCiv2 or ...\My Games\GalCiv2\ships directory, depending on if you use folder names when unzipping or not.

WARNING: Their .shipcfg-files are sometimes pretty big and this WILL have an effect on your gameplay.

So use them at your own risk!


Hope you like them,

have fun!