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  1. Grand Admiral Declann

    Oh, so that is what that was! I thought that the thickened stern was for extra flank armor. I like this instead of that. Now I know that the Victory was a ‘Guided Missile Cruiser’, like the USN’s Ticonderoga Class.

  2. Anonymous

    Wonderful work! Have you already got a missile model? It would be great to see it being launched

  3. Tom

    Weren’t these supposed to be wings, not silos? I remember reading somewhere that they were for when entering atmospheres to assist in lift / navigation (I know that sounds absurd if you have anti grav). I hope I’m wrong because having a huge battery of missiles on the broadside would be awesome to think of!

    • Fractalsponge

      It does sound absurd. The shape isn’t an airfoil. At best they would have repulsorlift inside.

      • Tom

        Thanks for not being offended. Your work is absolutely amazing. I do love the thought of an anime style salvo of missiles just pouring out of both sides of the ship towards a target!

      • Grand Admiral Declann

        That makes sense to me. The best location for a targeting array is as close to the emplacement as possible. Although those antenna types are best for receiving or broad-band transmitting, not for the type of activity that targeting radars are best for.

  4. Arvenski

    *VSD opens panels to reveal all those missile launchers* Surprise, muthafucka…

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