I could do that, probably a lot faster than I have done your concept work!
I think I'd change these to something else.Those are jsut like the Bronze-, Silver-, and Gold Stars the confeds have. I'm not sure if I should use the term "Sigil", so if anyone has a better idea, tell me.
I might use that idea for the Kilrathi version of campaign ribbons, but the problem with that is that they have to be different all the time. I'm trying to create a generic set of medals because I want to give other modders the opportunity to use my Kilrathi mod for creating their own campaigns without having to create any assets except missions.Also, remember that Kilrathi take trophies... so I wonder if instead of an identical medal system you might rejigger it so that say some action earns you an enemy's skull or part of a spacecraft for your case instead of another parallel medal.
Why? Is there any hint at that in any canonical source?I like the idea that maybe the Kilrathi don't necessarily prize precious metals the same way humans do (or at least not the same metals.)
For the most part, they are based on the Jrathek from Academy - if you look closely at the Jrathek shot you posted in the HUD threat (where, I suppose, I should have posted this), you will see that the autopilot and eject displays are taken from there. Only the missile warning is made up. Alternatively, it might be that the eject warning is made up, while the missile warning is from Academy - I forget which is which .Cool, thanks!
Like them very much. Are those Kilrathi letters just made up or is there a system behind them?
I'm also a fan of that, I love it when the letters actually make sense so I can learn them. Most people aren't though. Remember that we are what people outside of the community call "hardcore fans"if I was able to learn to read the old Norse runes in Ultima, if I was able to learn to read Daedric in Morrowind, I see no reason why I couldn't learn to read Kilrathi here.