From the makers of Thrawn's Revenge: Imperial Civil War, Ascendancy is a Star Wars mod set after the Battle of Endor in the Star Wars Galaxy. Fight for galactic ascendancy as multiple factions from this period in Star Wars history.
Yes not like soge at all great job!!!
Poor SOGE. I liked the scale making planets feel huge.
I looooooooove the scale of Sins of a Galactic Empire.
Im really liking the scale for this mod. My big problem with the other big star wars mod SOGE is that the planets are so large with the ships so small so when i zoom out a little bit things just disappear. This scaling however is awesome I really like it and the details on those ships is just amazing.
isnt the Executer only 14 kilometers?
There's been some fluctuation over the last thirty years in official numbers, but it's pretty much always been either 17 or 19 km.
The support ship could be its real size. It's not that big compared to the SSD.
Its the size compared to the ISD we care about.
Ive always known the SSD Executor as being 8Km long, from an old technical manual that lucasarts stuck in the original art books, in fact it was the original model scale when the movie was made. "Since 2004, the Executor-class were described as Star Dreadnoughts at 19km in length. Some controversy was made over the issue as many older sources described the Executor as either an 8 km or 12.4 km"... apparently they reiterated that it was 19Km, so that is now the official number, but what im concerned with is the effectiveness of a ship that big, i think its totally unrealistic, i will always imagine it to be 8km because that is already too big.
The movie prop itself measured 17.4 KM when compared to the model size of the star destroyers it was show with, the RPG book was wrong, and authors interpreted the ship as the 7 km version, making it weak for plots sake often. There is also the 7km "super class" retcon also, gah. If only the sourcebook wasn't wrong
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