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  1. Anonymous

    Hey just saw a website that use your Assault Carrier but in the very different way here the link: http://starwarsrp.net/topic/73084-consolidator-class-first-order-carrier/
    What your thoughts about it?

    • Fractalsponge

      The numbers are all off. Check this thread for numbers discussion: http://bbs.stardestroyer.net/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=124353&start=1950

      • Anonymous

        Yeah i know this ship is too big to be 700 meters in length.

        • Anonymous

          By away Fractal what does both the Light Armor & the Heavy Armor Battalion use to make them different from each other?

          • Fractalsponge

            How should I know? 😛 It came from a reading of the old Imperial Sourcebook, which has its problems but at least is something to go on. I assume light armor is stuff like the Saber repulsortank, and Heavy would use Broadswords and other heavier repulsorvehicles. The exact type and breakdown of vehicles no one has detailed.

          • Anonymous

            Oh ok then. Also the broadsword repulsortank is part of the heavy battalion so if that the case then does that make it a heavy tank while the saber repulsortank is light or medium?

  2. Anonymous

    Now that you got the All-Terrain Storm Walker (AT-SW) how many of these walkers can fit inside this carrier with the others?

  3. Perhaps not the most elegant design in the Imperial fleet, but certainly one of the most detailed and interesting. And a far superior successor to the Acclamator.

  4. Is this ship sea worthy like an Acclamator?

  5. A UNSC frigate flying under an assault carrier. Note the size of the assault carrier and it’s hangar.

  6. Is this supposed to be the Evakmar-KDY Corps transport mentioned in the Imperial Sourcebook? In any case this is an awesome design.

  7. gorkmalork

    Cripes, whatta troop-slab. Uneducated guess: shuttles, airspeeders, repulsortanks & strike craft deploy from the side & dorsal bays, whilst grounded vehicle & foot-grunts embark from those ventral cavities.

  8. Ben Story

    What are the dimensions and specifications for this vessel?

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