When two hyperspace explorers stumbled onto the remote world of Korriban, they never could have guessed the chain of events they were setting into motion. Over the previous centuries, the Sith Empire had grown in size and strength, and Korriban was the very heart of its dominion. The reigning Sith Lord, Marka Ragnos, had just died, sparking a brutal power struggle between rivals Ludo Kressh and Naga Sadow. The explorers’ arrival marked the first contact between the Republic and the Sith Empire, and it created at an opportunity to end the power struggle. Naga Sadow seized the moment and rallied the Sith for a pre-emptive strike against the Republic under his leadership.

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_w_ Apr 29 2013, 11:39am says:

I love how the big one looks like a big old colonial battleship with that big mast in the middle. :D

or am i completely wrong? :P

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Kharcov Apr 30 2013, 5:12am replied:

A lot of ship from this Era have similarity with ancient warships, Such as masts, command superstructures, and armor plating on the sides like Only Ironclad ships.

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Plejadenwolf Apr 29 2013, 12:23pm says:

Am I wrong or is the big one a Derriphan-class cruiser? Always thought that it is a lot more, well, smaller in size. The other two ships look almost like little fighters, especially the little ship on the left side. If you transfer the sizes to the big nasty capital ships this could be a very interesting comparison... Or you really put in a human model for graduation to make it authentic. Can't wait to see more!

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Kharcov Apr 30 2013, 5:16am replied:

I tried putting in a pink block (human) for size, but is was just to small.
I put in windows on the Command superstructures of each ship, So that is what I'm basing size on// But there is a good size degree of error in that.
As the ship being a Dirraphan, That term seems to be thrown about a fare bit, so I'm use that Class designation for ships that have disjointed armor plates.

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Messing around with scale, based off of the blast windows on the command decks of each ship.

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