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Brohan
Brohan
9 months ago

If I didn’t know any better, the engine style that you have for this ship is the same, or at least a template, for the Razor Crest from The Mandalorian. Did someone “borrow” some ideas from you again, or are these engines relatively common?

AdmiralWar
AdmiralWar
1 year ago

Contrary to mandalorian capital ships, their star fighters have a more curved design (spare the star viper) while still equally sleek and amazing

Vaes Beumaryn
Vaes Beumaryn
2 years ago

I’m curious as to why it features motifs of Kuat’s Firespray ship like the Slave I. The Mandalorians wouldn’t have contracted with Kuat

Justin
Justin
2 years ago
Reply to  Vaes Beumaryn

MandalMotors probably copied elements of Slave I because of the popularity of Mand’alor Boba and Jengo Fett.

Soren
Soren
3 years ago

What is this fighter intended for? From it’s looks and seemingly light armament, I would assume it is a anti-fighter ship, designed to keep enemy fighters off it’s mothership.

CJ442
CJ442
2 years ago
Reply to  Soren

In the novels, it was a multi-purpose fighter/bomber, similar to the X-wing. What set the Beskad apart from regular fighters though, was that it’s hull was made from beskar, Mandalorian Iron. Though the Mandalorians’ Beskads were made from pure beskar, the commercially available version sold by MandalMotors actually used a weaker beskar-duraseel alloy.

Cannon011
Cannon011
2 months ago
Reply to  CJ442

It’s not in the novels.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

Was this in the comics or is it your original work?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

I would fly one of those if I was in the Star Wars universe

Spartan919
Spartan919
4 years ago

It looks a little undergunned. Could it be modified to carry more

Ioan
Ioan
4 years ago

Looks awesome! Though, I never understood the Mandalorians’ penchant for putting their small crafts’ main guns so far below the line of sight, even if they are on the same axis. Still a great looking design though.

Kaul of Keldabe
Kaul of Keldabe
4 years ago

Fascinating. Looks as though Mandal Motors has created a scaled down B-wing.

Nate
Nate
4 years ago

Looks great! With all the recent Mandalorian craft, could the Bes’uliik starfighter be in the plans for the future? Description from the books: The spaceframe measured fifteen meters long, with a wingspan of a little over half its length. The hull was a plain, clean-lined “V”-shape with a squared-off tail and a dark gray finish with high-tech baffled exhausts to enhance its stealth capabilities. The four blasters and two additional weapons mountings were all located on the underside of the fuselage. The cockpit hatch hinged at the top for entry and the bottom edges for ejection, but there were also side hatches, and on the prototype, these bore the mythosaur logo stenciled in a lighter gray color.

Arbite
Arbite
4 years ago

I would have personally made the hinge go further forward so it could land with the flat side of the long part down instead of the rounded front. But it’s a pretty great combo of Slave 1, the Duchess’s ship from TCW, and other things all in one.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

badass