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mr mr
mr mr
2 years ago

Print it in 3d, dont be naive.

Benderisgreat
Benderisgreat
2 years ago

Some dude actually made a scale model of one:comment image

PhoenixKnight
PhoenixKnight
2 years ago
Reply to  Benderisgreat

Who is the artist the same guy that made the AT-IC

Robert
Robert
3 years ago

Makes me so sad it is not symmetrical

Robert
Robert
3 years ago
Reply to  Robert

Would of thought it would be more convenient to put satellite dish on the bridge

Anonymous
Anonymous
3 years ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

got a good point

James
James
3 years ago

I love everything about it apart from one thing. The fact that it only seems to have ion cannons. I think as well as ion cannons it should have a few turbolasers. The similarly sized Arquitens class light cruiser seems to have a few so perhaps you should put a few on this ship as well. Also, is there a point defence laser cannon system on this? This comment may not sound very positive, I adore all of your work my favourite ship in the Star Wars universe is the Assertor class star dreadnought with the superlazer on it. Thanks.

Bob
Bob
3 years ago
Reply to  James

It has quad turbo lasers in the ball turrets, and a number of lighter turbo lasers.

Hecatomb
Hecatomb
4 years ago

This ship has a very cool, mini-destroyer look, but appears somewhat under-armed. I’m not sure I understand what role this vessel plays.

Hecatomb
Hecatomb
4 years ago

Is this thing fast enough to run down CR90s? Also, how big is it? I can’t find a frame of reference to estimate the length.

Hecatomb
Hecatomb
4 years ago
Reply to  Fractalsponge

That’s much bigger than I’d expected! I would have guessed Carrack size.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Hecatomb

Even faster than the X-wing, A-wing and the TIE Interceptor?

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

As far as sublight speeds go, according to the SW Wiki, an X-Wing has a top sublight speed of 100 MGLT, the TIE Interceptor has a speed of 111 MGLT, and the A-Wing has a speed of 120 MGLT. Seeing as FractalSponge mentions the TIE Advanced/Avenger and Defender I’ll add those too. The TIE Defender has a top speed of 144 MGLT in standard operations, and 180 MGLT with every ounce of power dumped into the engines. The TIE Advanced/Avenger has a listed top speed of 133 MGLT. So This thing must have a top speed of something like 185 MGLT at the minimum.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

What the length of this ship and what this ship design for?

Brad Knowles
5 years ago

Nice quad Ion cannons!

On that third picture from the top, the one that is a 3/4 port/dorsal view, are you missing a pair of light turbolasers on the starboard side? Or are they just hidden because of the view?

gorkmalork
gorkmalork
5 years ago
Reply to  Brad Knowles

Huh, good eye-the starboard light pair are visible in other shots, and seem like they’d be visible from that angle. Though honestly, if I rendered starships at this detail level (or at all) we’d have missing sensor dishes, main guns & command modules for days.

gorkmalork
gorkmalork
5 years ago

There’s just something about a solid all-engines-and-sensors design; this puppy looks tailor-made to flush out elusive targets or scout for harder ones. Mix up a half-dozen with an equivalent number of Kontos-class and you’d have a decent mini-wolfpack.

chris pearson
chris pearson
3 years ago
Reply to  gorkmalork

Various ratings in G have been given for certain ship speeds, like the prequels cross-section books by Curtis Saxton. I believe he wanted 400 m/s to equal 1 MGLT? And he used his own interpretation of a G (Coruscant based) on his website. So prequel Slave I, at 2,500 G, may equal 87 MGLT, for instance.