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what’s the name of this ship?

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Oh, boy, that thing looks intimidating. I love that you went with that kinda pyramidal design, with those steep, sloped sides and bow (not terraced, like an ISD) and everything going higher and higher up as you get nearer to command tower. It definitely reminds me of some of the star destroyers from the comics.

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Still digging those ball turrets (and their ample fields of fire in this case), and those quad-mount trios are nicely distributed; for extra eccentricity I’d be half-tempted to stick two on the command tower’s aft winglets, along with a dual MTL or six slightly further forward. This beastie’s dorsal hull-sloping seems to allow for an above-average ‘over the shoulder’ line of sight/shot.

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It seems like every generation of Fractal ship has more and more of those standardized sensor globes. This baby is a less than a third of the size of the Bellator and yet has 50% more already. I guess the Old Republic really had an obsession with having the biggest flashlight in the room.

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Are those the same turrets as on an ISD-I?

Looks good so far, keep it up!

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No it is the quads 240 teratons turbolasers use by the Bellator and the Assertor as secondaries batteries and from the looks of it would might be this ship’s primary batteries.

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By away fractal will this ship have any hangers?

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Have you considered using ion cannon turrets like the ones used on the Imperial I-class Star Destroyers?