28 Jan

As featured on the “Rise of Kings” mod for Rise of Nations!

In the roiling waters of the Atlantic, ancient Roman-style galley warfare was not an option, and so small galleys, known as “galliots” or “fusta” were the escort craft of choice in an age where ships could never be both big and agile at the same time – the role of heavy ships were to be replaced with carracks (and later on in the 17th century, galleons). This ship was also popular with Muslim and Greek pirate crews who terrorised southern Europe’s seas, because its shallow draught allowed it to be hidden along the small islets that dotted the Mediterranean. Even long after tall ships became more agile and more destructive in power, galleys continued to be used in conflicts throughout Asia, Europe and even the Americas until the height of the Industrial Age.

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(Rise of Nations)
(TASpring, Unity, Pyrogenesis)
V 1.0a


Single-master, with 10 oars.

  • 229 faces
  • 384 polys

Core model

  • (pending)


  • (pending)

Core model



Core model



Core model

Animation type:

DAE hierarchy: hull => mainmast => spar => lateen2, oarbank_le, oarbank_ri


.tga .png .dds
Simple tan sail.
Resolution: 512x img_2521
Texture credits: Beelim Solutions Ltd/Bhd
 V 1.0
Two-coloured sail, with patches.
Resolution: 512x img_2521
Texture credits: Beelim Solutions Ltd/Bhd
V 1.0 BH3-based:


  • n/a
BH3-based: (pending) Non-BH3 based: (pending)

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Posted by on January 28, 2016 in Historical, Mediaeval, Models


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