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Starships Book III0I : Viribus Unitis Class
Publisher: Christian Hollnbuchner
by David T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 08/07/2015 16:42:24

Given the title I was anticipating a larger and more powerful SHIP. What you get is a TL11 SD BOAT (based on the Advanced sensors).

A significant proportion of the ship is given over to six crescent fighters, which I did not purchase.

I liked the exterior views, background and the sample crew and I think I can convert it for use in my game.



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Starships Book III0I : Viribus Unitis Class
Publisher: Christian Hollnbuchner
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Date Added: 09/12/2013 08:55:26

Something interesting for the explorers amongst us to discoved, this ship is apparently an early attempt by a world fairly new to space travel to develop a fusion-powered battleship. Before this vessel was built, their main experience was in building orbital facilities (and the ships necessary to reach them) and this shows in the basic design with its power plant and airlocks mounted on a ring structure reminisent of many an early space station.

It isn't much of a battleship, but can serve as a launch platform for fighter craft especially when they are used as part of the planetary defence system. It carries six fighters, but minimal maintenance facilities - refuelling, re-arming and crew rest are about all it is capable of providing.

Crammed into this product there is descriptive text, details of the captain, a representative crew man and a representative fighter pilot, full stats and lots of images - both exterior views from many different angles and outline deck plans showing you what's within.

An interesting early craft which might provoke humour in some experienced travellers but which serves a particular purpose in a system in which space exploration is relatively new.... possibly even a first encounter situation. Or perhaps it is a relic of earlier days, now providing a base for customs inspectors to greet incoming craft to the system, for example.



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