The Empire has fallen and a New Republic is born out of the conflict. But in the ashes of civil war, yet another life stirs...
The Vengeance frigate schematics were originally drawn up by Mandalorian starship designers several decades before the Clone Wars but due to limited resources and technology, the design could never be realized. When the Empire invaded Mandalore, the plans for the Vengeance were discovered and taken to Imperial engineers aboard the first Death Star, who worked to recreate some of the theorized technology used in the frigate's weaponry. Some of the advancements were nearing success when the first Death Star was destroyed, and therefore all research along with it.
Criminal warlords scouring the wreckage would discover many Imperial secrets, the Imperial research on the Vengeance among them. One such warlord even attempted a modified design that included a cloaking device but the overall product was crude and soon forgotten.
However, as new starship designs are in demand, Mandalorians have taken back the designs and applied modern technologies to fully realize the ship that was only dreamt of by Mandalorians years before. This new vehicle of destruction is small, fast and boasts an impressive shield generator, nestled safely between two armored pylons on the rear of the ship. Additionally, it has four automated anti-fighter turrets that have full 360 degree fields of fire to protect it from bombers and fighter craft. However, the true reason to fear the weapon is the two dual heavy-turbolaser turrets mounted on either side of the hull. These massive guns are rivaled only by the cannons on the latest warships such as the Corellian CD-10 Destroyer. The massive weapon and shield output was made possible when the Mandalorians chose to forego the cloaking generator installed by criminals who would rather hide in the shadows.
Truly, the only downside to this interstellar terror is the sheer cost of production. The Mandalorians considered the advancements in warship technology to be worth the expense but these ships are rarely seen in large numbers as a result.