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  1. What is the length of this vessel? I estimated around 150 meters, is that accurate?

  2. ThreeBFour

    I was just wondering what the upper bay is for?

    • Fractalsponge

      Repulsortanks, skimmers, speeder bikes, supplies, infantry. Basically smaller stuff 😛

  3. What’s the approximate length of the shuttle? Around 80 meters? Also, around how many troops and vehicles could it carry?

  4. Plejadenwolf

    I really have to say that I adore this design. You really captured and culminated the typical Star Wars aesthetics. The ship is bulky and sleek at the same time. It some kind of merges the visual appearance from the Clone Wars-era with the best of the old trilogy designs, as if it would show up in between both, in the era of the rise of the Empire I suppose. They should include this in films like the upcoming Rogue One-movie. I can’t thank you enough for this gorgeous imperial design.
    I always thought about more classification types for the general Star Destroyer designs, like Heavy and Light Star Destroyers. Light Star Destroyers would be a far more agile and light weighted with less firepower, like an in-between of an ISD I and the Victory-class. The Heavy variants would look like a bulkier version of the original ISDs with thick armor plates around the shape. Maybe some of them could be retrofitted as artillery variants, something like a Mobile Proton Torpedo Launcher-2a in space, with artillery cannons under a thick armor plate which has to be deployed to fire it’s devastating weapons. I always liked the concept design of Vader’s flagship (http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/starwars/images/b/b0/Atari_ESB_ship.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20080803192701) because it fulfills the idea of a flying fortress in space with a massive command tower or dorsal surface city on top of the hull. Another idea which fascinates me is that of a super-agile and fast attack craft similar to the Victory-class, maybe a Victory III-class but with less armory and weapons and without command tower. A similar concept which gave the idea is seen on the front cover of Carl Sagan’s Contact (https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51TeWLK91TL._SY373_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg).
    Whatsoever, you did a fantastic job on this amazing spacecraft!

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