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  1. gorkmalork

    Still love this bird’s sheer streamlined utility. Don’t suppose it’s appreciably nimbler than Lambdas or the prequel/sequel shuttles?

    • Steve Bannon

      The huge wings and dorsal fin on the Lambda suggest an extraordinarily robust power plant (TIE Defender reactors?) to require so much surface area for heat dissipation. Some of that might go into guns/shielding/specialized hardware like ECM modules or a cloaking device, but the Lambda ought to be pretty damn fast if you throw all the output into engines.

  2. Jonathan C.

    I like the detail the new render brings out in the nose and canopy. So if a Lambda is about 20m long, this looks about… 16-14m ish?

  3. CZSLWorldTour

    Love it! Is this for ships that have a hangar but not of the 25m variety?

    • gorkmalork

      That’s the idea; plenty of light to medium Imperial ships out there with less launch-bay space than an Impstar.

  4. Dredd Dobbs

    I love it! Looks like you lifted the cockpit windshield right off a B-29 Superfortress. This looks like it should have a heavy bomber varient.

    • Jonathan C.

      If one assumes the side doors can fit a full sized human standing without stooping. I can maybe eyeball 12? six on each side? I dunno how many in cockpit area. maybe 3? one in front, with two on either side?

      • Grand Admiral Declann

        Possibly 4 in the cockpit if it is large enough for 12 people. However, given that it looks like the Lambda is 1.25 times the size of the Mu, so the Mu would have maybe 20 People, plus cockpit? 1 Pilot, 1 Co-Pilot, and 2 Variable Positions? Like for a Command Shuttle, perhaps a Commanding Officer, and a Communications Specialist?

  5. Grand Admiral Declann

    Fractalsponge, I must say, your work keeps getting better and better. I was wondering, could you create a 4k set of images for the Assertor-Class?

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