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Brandon
Brandon
28 days ago

I am creating a deck plan for this to use in a game and have the layout figured out, but can anyone tell me where the escape pod(s) would be located? I thought it was along the bow under the viewport, but that kind of looks more like a forward airlock. Does anyone know where the escape pod(s) are located?

Juan
Juan
9 months ago

If you wanted to make the Millenium Falcon but imperial version, there is the VT-49 Decimator, the devs of SW: Galaxies made that ship keeping that on mind.

Ioan
1 year ago

CEC produced a ship which inspired from a YT-1300. The interior will be the same, but with imperial assets.

Nathan Ridgway
2 years ago

This is a very cool design. One question; would you also consider “Imperializing” a Correllian Corvette (Such as the Tantive IV), with quad-turrets and a few missile tubes? Nothing wrong with this one, I just love seeing Imperial versions of typically rebel & resistance associated vessels.

Winter eclipse
Winter eclipse
3 years ago

Looks like you got some tie interceptor, VT-49 decimated, millennium falcon, and maybe a smidget of harrower class dread naught, and maybe raider class Corvette?

Jonathan
Jonathan
3 years ago

I don’t get the design of this ship. I know it is based of the Millennium Falcon but that dip in the front is made for containers and if you had the cockpit in the dip you wouldn’t be able to see. That is why the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon is on the side and if it weren’t for containers what is that dip for.

Alex
Alex
6 months ago
Reply to  Jonathan

Actually it’s for a pilotable module/dropship. There are many variations of the YT1300 including some even having their bridge in that interior space

Beezchurgr
Beezchurgr
6 months ago
Reply to  Alex

Funny enough, the space between the mandibles *is* for containers. CEC just offered an auxiliary ship that fit into the same space, and that is what Lando had installed. See the Haynes YT-1300 Owners’ Workshop Manual.

Darth Nick
Darth Nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Jonathan

You guys realise that Fractal scaled this ship at around 75 metres long (if I remember correctly)? So it’s over twice the Falcon’s length. And it’s a pure military vessel, no need to pick up containers. An interdiction sloop designed to kick ass! 😉

Henry Gravina
Henry Gravina
3 years ago

i just realized that since this is based off of the millennium falcon, this is the starwars equivalent of an armored and Weaponized DeLorian

PCHeintz72
PCHeintz72
3 years ago

Absolutely fantastic design, about the best I’ve seen in this size range… if the Empire really had these I could see it giving the Falcon a very hard time indeed. I could also see Han eventually wanting to get his hands on one.

My only very minor issue with the actual design is the lack of symmetry in regards to the upper front starboard gun unit having no equivalent on the port side.

will
will
4 years ago

can the cockpit change it’s elevation?

Hecatomb
Hecatomb
4 years ago

Once again, an amazing creation! This looks like something that could be used by the Imperial equivalent of a special forces squad.

Rick
Rick
4 years ago

the ship is well designed, just wonder if you’re going to plant the divisions inside the ship???

Rick
Rick
4 years ago

and you will create that ship plan of inside???

Ryan
Ryan
4 years ago

Hi, great work. Just a question, were about’s would the cockpit/bridge of the vessel be

Xorial
Xorial
4 years ago

This ship is like somebody just said, “What if the Millennium Falcon was an honest to God warship?”

Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  Xorial

Speaking of the Millennium Falcon Fractal what do you think of it?

Jaitea
Jaitea
5 years ago

Very sexy

zman
zman
5 years ago

what is the scale on this?

zman
zman
5 years ago

this is amazing… what is the scale though?