The Action VI Transport is a vessel from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Action VI Transport"
The Arc Hammer is an Imperial factory ship featured in the game Star Wars: Dark Forces. It resembles a generic Star Destroyer, except that it has two large columns on either side, and no bridge structure. Being a secret initiative, this factory made frequent hyperspace jumps, and only certain Imperial ships (like the Executor) knew its exact position at any given time. This vessel, as well as the Darktrooper project itself, was commanded by General Rom Mohc. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arc Hammer"
Assault Frigate is a spaceship found in the Star Wars comics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Assault Frigate"
The Banking Clan Cruiser, formally referred to as the Munificent-class Star Frigate is a fictional starship from the Star Wars saga, created for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. ...more on Wikipedia about "Banking Clan Cruiser"
The Banking Clan Transport is a spaceship from the fictional Star Wars universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Banking Clan Transport"
The Bulk Cruiser is a ship in the fictional Star Wars universe used by the Old Republic in the Clone Wars and even before that. This ship is small very powerful, easy to maintain, and all things considered not very fulfilling of its name. It isn't used by the Empire but is used by the Rebel Alliance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bulk Cruiser"
The Carrack-class "Light Cruiser" is a starship from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe. It is a frigate that has been a part of the Imperial Starfleet since the earliest days of Palpatine's New Order; indeed they appear to have entered service as early as the Clone Wars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carrack-Class Light Cruiser"
The Imperial-class Star Destroyer Chimaera was a starship in the fictional Star Wars Expanded universe. Even though the ship was at Endor, the vessel has not been explicitly named in any of the movies. It was first encountered in the Timothy Zahn book Heir to the Empire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chimaera (Star Wars)"
The Chu'unthor is a fictional starship in the Star Wars universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chu'unthor"
The Recusant-class Light Destroyer - known commonly as the Commerce Guild Destroyer - was a vessel used by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the events known as the " Clone Wars" that took palce within the fictioanl Star Wars universe. The Recusant was mass-produced by zealous workers led by Techno Union foremen, using materials from Commerce Guild worlds. The Commerce Guild Destroyer was manufactured by Hoersch-Kessel Drive and Free Dac Volunteers Engineering Corps. During the Clone Wars, large numbers of this vessel were built, destroyed in battle, and replaced. Recusants were often used to carry out raids on Loyalist commercial shipping, though in large number, such craft were deadly. Four to six Commerce Guild Destoyers could defeat a Republic Venator-class Star Destroyer or Victory-class Star Destroyer. However, it would take 1,000 Recusants to engage a Kuat Drive Yards Mandator-II Star Dreadnought. ...more on Wikipedia about "Commerce Guild Destroyer"
The Commerce Guild Transport was a starship from the Star Wars fictional universe. It was a large transport vessel used by the Commerce Guild. It was also used to transport the Guild's customers and employees across the Star Wars galaxy, control its mines and territories and to deploy the large Homing spider droids and Dwarf spider droids into combat. Though the Commerce Guild Transport had a small weapons array, they were useless against large scale attacks. During the Battle of Geonosis, many of these transport vessels were present in Geonosis but did not participate in defending Geonosis from the Republic forces since the Commerce Guild presidente Shu Mai had ordered her ships to load up as much as they could salvage and flee into space. These vessels also participated in the Clone Wars and were used by the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Shu Mai also travelled on a Commerce Guild Transport to and from Geonosis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Commerce Guild Transport"
In the fictional Star Wars Clone Wars, the CR-20 Troop Carrier was a transport ship used to deploy small units of Clone troopers when the large Acclamator-class Assault Ships were not needed. It was originally designed by the Corellian Engineering Corporation for its security forces. The Republic purchased these craft one month after the Battle of Geonosis. The CR-20 Troop Carrier's weapons are two twin double laser cannons. It is 60 metres long and can carry 40 Clone troopers, 12 Speeder bikes, and 4 AT-PTs. The carrier's crew are 2 pilots, 1 communications officer and 3 engineers. ...more on Wikipedia about "CR-20 Troop Carrier"
In the fictional Star Wars Clone Wars, the CR-25 Heavy Troop Carrier is as its name dictates a heavy troop carrier, the clone commandos especially favored it as it could carry 4 LAAT Is and other heavy weapons systems. It could carry a lot of other configurations possibly even a AT TE or a few light walkers. ...more on Wikipedia about "CR-25 Heavy Troop Carrier"
The Darksaber was a fictional weapon from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Darksaber"
The Death Star is a giant military space station in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Death Star"
Destiny is a spaceship from the fictional Star Wars universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Destiny (Star Wars)"
In the fictional Star Wars universe, Devastator was an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer seen at the opening of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope chasing and capturing Tantive IV. Devastator served as Darth Vader’s personal flagship, and was later reassigned to Death Squadron. As a part of Death Squadron, Devastator participated in both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor, although it was destroyed in the latter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Devastator (Star Wars)"
The Doomgiver is a fictional capital transport spaceship in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. It appears in the computer game Jedi Outcast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doomgiver (Star Wars)"
The Droid Control Ship is fictional spaceship in the movies Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. ...more on Wikipedia about "Droid Control Ship"
The Ebon Hawk (circa 3,956 BBY-?) is a spaceship in the Star Wars Expanded Universe video game series Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. It is most likely based off the Millennium Falcon, as it has a likeness in shape to the Falcon, and is armed with quad laser cannons - the Falcons main choice of armaments; given the similar design, armaments, and duty (freighter-turned-smuggler), some have proposed that the Ebon Hawk is likewise a Corellian light freighter. The name Ebon Hawk also implies similarity to the Millennium Falcon, as both ships have the name of a bird in the latter half of their titles. Also like the Falcon, the Ebon Hawk has a long history as a smuggling vessel with at least two known hidden compartments. And similarly, in their respective time periods, both ships have also been referred to as the fastest ship in the galaxy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ebon Hawk"
The Endar Spire is, in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, a Republic vessel that served during the Jedi Civil War, in the award-winning Role playing Video Game, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Endar Spire"
The Errant Venture is a starship in the fictional Star Wars universe. She is an Imperator-class Star Destroyer, and she has the distinction of being the only known privately owned Star Destroyer. She is owned by Booster Terrik, who also serves as her Captain. The ship was at one time part of the Imperial Starfleet, and was then known as Virulence. ...more on Wikipedia about "Errant Venture"
In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Star Dreadnought Executor, commonly referred to as a "Super Star Destroyer," was the personal flagship of Darth Vader. It was also the lead ship of its class. ...more on Wikipedia about "Executor (Star Wars)"
In the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the Eye of Palpatine was a large battleship/battlemoon, disguised as an asteroid; it is first mentioned in Barbara Hambly's Children of the Jedi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eye of Palpatine"
The Firespray class patrol and attack ship is a ship in the fictional Star Wars universe, and was designed by Kuat Systems Engineering for use by the Oova IV Security Forces. Several prototypes were constructed, however all but one were destroyed when Jango Fett staged a prison break. Jango kept the sole remaining Firespray , renaming it Slave I. Kuat Systems Engineering, suffering from the financial loss of the prototypes, mothballed the project, and concentrated instead on starship upgrades. ...more on Wikipedia about "Firespray-class starship" My http://www.shortopedia.com and me. shortopedia
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