15 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    I notice something in star wars, warships like corvettes, frigates, destroyers, cruisers, battlecruisers and dreadnoughts get a star in their name like star destroyer and star dreadnought but not mainly for carriers and some corvettes and frigates like the rebels ships so why is that?

    • Fractalsponge

      My feeling on it is that there are two scales: one common and one galactic. The common one is part colloquial, and groups roughly into gunship, cruiser, and battleship. The galactic one is a bit more formal and adds the Star prefix, but is vastly larger. So an ISD might be a cruiser, but a Star Destroyer as well. A Star Corvette might be a cruiser on the common scale, and some Star Destroyers battleships.

      • Anonymous

        Huh interesting but what about carrier why don’t they get the a galactic scale so they can be call a star carrier or something?

  2. dertien

    This is screaming for a remake of X-Wing Vs Tie fighter or Tie Fighter

  3. xegang

    Do you have plan for a bulwark-class battleship because the very little I can find on this ship seems really similar to this design (in 10 time more massive and covered with gun one end to another).

  4. xegang

    In the second shot I only count 51 interceptors and not 72. Just a little nitpick.
    That is still genius work and a great addition to the imperial fleet!

      • xegang

        Sorry, I see what you mean. I just have a hard time distinguishing them on my screen.
        Thanks a lot.

  5. gorkmalork

    That first shot’s just nifty. Can’t say I envy the CR90(s) or Nebulon-B that happen upon one of these TIE-vomiting tadpoles.

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