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  1. It’s about damned time someone made a detailed model of the mainline Imperial Cruiser! I think the Vindicator is a rather underused design, much like the Ambassador class from Star Trek, and I think she’d be deployed in fleets to escort the larger Star Destroyers that lack effectiveness against smaller, more maneuverable targets.

    This is the best representation I’ve seen of her on the net.

  2. What program do you use to make these? And will you be doing any other Empire at war forces of corruption ships?

    • Anditesh Ordo

      I wouldn’t mind know what program you do these ships in, please Fractalsponge.. Thanks and awesome work as always.

    • Anditesh Ordo

      I wouldn’t mind seeing this in place of the acclamator in EAW. The reason being is I would rather see the Acclamator as a Republic ship which is normal the clone wars based mods.

  3. Wow! So, I’m curious — what are those four spikes on the prow of the ship? They look large enough to almost be heavy turbolasers, but I can’t figure out what they are.

    • gorkmalork

      Those strike me as some form of comm and/or EW antennae.

      • Fractalsponge

        Pretty much – they looked like antennae in some of the references, and fixed-axis turbolasers would be pretty odd in a ship like this.

        • gorkmalork

          Yeah, those seem like a thing you’d mount on super-heavy gunboats (say, half again a YT-1300’s mass) or *very* light corvettes-any bigger, and aiming the whole ship gets awkward.

  4. gorkmalork

    I get the impression our gracious host has a slightly different reckoning of space-naval scale than the official EU (well, Legends now) sources. Honestly, I think Fractal has a point about slapping the ‘frigate’ or ‘cruiser’ label on ships only 2-3 times the size of a CR90 corvette.

  5. gorkmalork

    So this is what an Interdictor looks like when you swap out the grav-well domes for visible guns. Don’t suppose those are missile launchers on the lower trench edges flanking that hangar?

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