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Lavernius Zahn
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Lavernius Zahn

I at first thought those were oversized headlights

Sorican
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Sorican

and now I can’t un-see. I guess the IMPS need them to see anything in those helmets.

wusolja
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wusolja

i’m liking the look of this ship now 🤔 not at first.

PhantomFury
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PhantomFury

Never have whitish-yellow sublights give ships such a breath of life as this!

DanielShenise
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Coming along nicely! I especially like the variation in shade of the metal. It shows better on smaller ships like this.

Chris Bradshaw
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Chris Bradshaw

That cockpit looks a bit like the Y-wing. Is this a Koensayr product?

Shaun
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Shaun

Wookiepedia says, ‘No,’ with the ‘official’ manufacturer listed as Krasten Shipyards. However—given that Koensayr is largely noted to be a multi-millennia old parts supplier (that occasionally designs and builds its own ships) within the larger Star Wars Å“uvres, the ‘Nebulon Ranger’ was heavily modified from the original Crescent-X9 Courier, and the fact that Ansel’s noted this is an undated reinterpretation of that ship (which could mean it’s representative of the original -X9, an earlier iteration of the Crescent, or a later reproduction)—one may find it completely likely that it would use something from Koensayr’s extensive product line, regardless of who… Read more »

CRMcNeill
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CRMcNeill

That’s going to depend on whether this IS the Nebulon Ranger, or simply based on the concept.

Shaun
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Shaun

“I took the Nebulon Ranger concept from the old Jedi comics and concepted it out a LOT.”

Definitely NOT the ranger.

CRMcNeill
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CRMcNeill

Considering there’s a 4,000-year gap between TotJ and the Classic Era, the manufacturer’s identity will depend on which era this ship is intended for.

Shaun
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Shaun

Most of the notable shipwrights and parts suppliers (Sienar, SoroSuub, Koensayr, Kuat, CEC, et. al.) date to, or just shortly after, the founding of the Republic in ±25,000 BBY. But I’m an Old Canon guy, so New Canon may be something else.

PhantomFury
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PhantomFury

I second this notion, the ship also looks very rugged and seem capable to take a pounding and limp back home, much like Koensayr products.

Cdr. Rajh
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Cdr. Rajh

Nice~