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  1. Adam Warnock

    The central engine looks like it’s the same one the Fulgor uses for it’s mains, and this looks to be little longer than the Fulgor. I guess that means the smaller refueling booms are for corvettes and sloops, possibly shuttles, bombers and heavy fighters?

    • Fractalsponge

      Central engine is a Fulgor main engine. The smaller engines are basically Vindicator nozzles. The smaller booms are for light corvettes and sloops. The big ones should handle anything from heavy corvette to much larger ships, though big enough ships (heavy destroyer+) would drain this ship’s fuel supply dry in a single sitting.

      • Adam Warnock

        Oh, I was thinking that the smaller engines were the same as the secondaries for the Fulgor as well. I’m guessing they are the same as she secondaries on the Vindicator. And given the size of the Altor’s tanks compared to this little tender, I’d be surprised if an Imperial didn’t suck it dry. Speaking of the Altor, would it also have the booms used on this tender for fueling smaller ships so the larger ones could be reserved for the really big ships?

        • Fractalsponge

          If I ever up-detailed the Altor mesh, I would add the small arms from this ship all over the place…

  2. Astro1derboy

    Continually amazed at the quality level and depth of your work! Awesome!!! 🙂

  3. gorkmalork

    For some reason I’m seriously taken with this puppy’s thruster nozzles. Looks fit to keep up with its clientele, at least around cruising speed.

  4. Xeno

    Every time I see the top set of arms I think it’s an utterly massive railgun turret.

    Great work!

  5. Anditesh Ordo

    Awesome work Fractalsponge!!!!!!!! Also like the light defense in weaponry.

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