GTCa Warlock

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The GTCa Warlock, as seen in Inferno Release 1
The HTL GTCa Warlock


Inferno Release 1 Tech Room Description

The Warlock supercarrier is the largest GTVA warship since the Colossus. Able to carry and launch hundreds of fighter and bomber wings, its extensive capabilities are all based around providing a centralised, secure command and control facility for fleet-wide operations. Heavily armed and armored, the Warlock is well-defended by its own extensive flak and beam arrays, and a formidable forward array of super-heavy beam cannons. Each Warlock is considered to be the centre of its attending fleet.

Scroll of Atankharzim Tech Room Description

The Warlock-class supercarrier is the Terran equivalent to the GVCa Tanen, with a fighterbay capable of accommodating 100 wings of fighters and bombers. The Warlock is minimally armed, with most of its interior space devoted to hangars and maintenance facilities. Only two of these vessels have yet been constructed, as the Terrans have been reluctant to commit to large ships in the aftermath of the Capella Incursion.


  • Original model by Aldo
  • High-poly mesh by Moonred
  • New model optimization by Hades
  • UV Mapping by FreeSpaceFreak
  • Textures by Galemp
  • POF corrections and shp.tbm by Goober5000

Name Origin

Meaning: oathbreaker or deceiver ; or more recently, male equivalent to a witch
Language: Old English
Alternate spellings: waerloga (OE)



Type Super Carrier
Manufacturer GTVA
Maneuverability N/A
Max Velocity 15
Max Afterburner Velocity N/A
Armor N/A
Hitpoints 800000
Shields N/A
Width 1220
Height 883
Length 4813


Inferno Release 1
Turret Type Amount
GTVA Rapid Laser 16
Long Range Flak 5
Heavy Flak 4
FighterKiller 2
BomberKiller 2
AAAf 6
TerSlashBlue 7
BBlue 2
HBlue 2

Veteran Comments

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The Warlock has shown its age since INFR1. Up close, its tiled textures look horrible. Its textures and UV maps require adept attention if one wants to use it in their campaign.

An updated version of the Warlock was released by the Scroll of Atankharzim staff in June 2015. The new version lacks any tables and has some minor changes to its armament, but was also designed to be compatible with any and all mods that use the older Warlock model.

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