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Darth Kos (or some say Kosm)
Darth Kos (or some say Kosm)
3 months ago

This is in the running for my favorite ship in Star Wars besides the Providence-class, the Arc Hammer, and the Keldabe Battleship.

vorador1980
vorador1980
9 months ago

There are too few weapons for a ship of this size. Plus the heavier turrets in the middle are limited to fire almost in front of them. And they are grouped in such a way, that after the shield is gone a single hit could destroy at least two turrets. The upper turrets can not shoor right forward or backward for it will hit the ships structure itself. It was supposedly a heavy armored weapon platform and I can not count even 20 guns.

Suggestion: lines of turret at the leght of the entire hull at enough distance between them for not being destroyed fast even without shields. Heavy batteries at the front and at the back of the ship with two rows of turbolasers upper and downside the hull for better range and MANY rows of smaller weapons between them. Preferably quad lasers. Just like the ancient sea galleons – several decks full with cannons, not just one here and two there.

Miedemorzye
Miedemorzye
8 months ago
Reply to  vorador1980

It was a heavy armoured platform for it’s time, that being the Mandalorian Wars in 3964 BBY. Ships back then didn’t have as good energy management, as well as technology such as targeting computers, energy systems, etc. being a fair bit bigger. It’s why the Pellaeon class in legends has as much firepower as an Imperial class , despite being smaller.

PhoenixKnight
PhoenixKnight
1 year ago

Is this in also in 4K?

Wraith
Wraith
1 year ago

Hope we can see a 4K version of this beauty one day.

Mandalore the Vanquisher
Mandalore the Vanquisher
2 years ago

Look closely and you will see a dewback.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago

What are these twins turbolasers power in teratons?

Wolf
Wolf
4 years ago

Magnificent – FAR better than the drawings in the old rep source book. This kind of tactically viable cross section is far too rare – your doing a brilliant job sir, please don’t stop!

Beskar Jag Bencib
Beskar Jag Bencib
4 years ago

I would love to see this 3D printed and painted.

gorkmalork
gorkmalork
4 years ago

Ooh, ventral shots with a look at this thing’s fairly well-placed launch bays. As for said questions: (1) yep, Mando Wars era; (2) roughly 1.36 km; and (3) since most of this thing’s appearances were in Dark Horse Comics’ KOTOR run, that would make it a Legends (aka *formerly* official) tidbit until/unless a newer creative team incorporates it somewhere.

mr.oneshot
mr.oneshot
4 years ago

I have three questons: 1.What era is this? I mean, I guess it’s like Mandalorian wars or something, but I’m not sure…
2.What’s the actual size of the thing? The class ‘dreadnought’ changed in size limits with time
3.Is this Canon?

Nice work, as always!

Zellnotronus
Zellnotronus
3 years ago
Reply to  mr.oneshot

1: Correct! This ship is from the Mandalorian Wars, because it was used by the Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders in the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Comic series.
2: According to my research, this ship is 1,360 meters long. Quite similar to an Imperial-class in size.
3: No, this ship is too cool to be canon.

Kaul of Keldabe
Kaul of Keldabe
4 years ago

Just think. These vessels were once the scourge of the galaxy! A design that influenced capital building for millennia!

Wake
Wake
5 years ago

Doesn’t look like it has any forward firing guns, which is odd since the X-Shaped layout in the back easily lends itself to guns that can fire in plenty of directions.

Anonymous
Anonymous
4 years ago
Reply to  Wake

I see three forward-firing turrets (not to mention the entire array of missile launchers).

gorkmalork
gorkmalork
5 years ago

Can’t say I’m a huge fan of the Projecting Arsenal Beard(R) as seen on this brute & those Scythe-class ‘cruisers’ from the Legacy comics, but at least it makes passable sense to pack most of your volatile capital-grade missiles onto an extrusion that won’t gut the whole ship if an unlucky hit cooks ’em off. Plus, that X-shaped engine layout lends the Kandosii a rather more interesting frontal profile than most Rebellion-era ships of similar layout (including, well, WEG’s Dreadnaughts).