Victory Star Destroyer

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Ship Information
Name: Victory Star Destroyer I
Class: Capital Ship
Affiliation: Trade Federation
Owner: -
Manufacturer: Galactic Empire
Estimated RM Price: 9,997,831 Cr
Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed: 3
Sublight Speed: 10 MGLT
Max Speed: 100 km/h
Manoeuvrability: 2
Sensors: 8
ECM: 0
Cargo Stats
Weight: 1,150,000 T
Volume: 23,000,000 m3
Weight Cap: 17,000 T
Volume Cap: 250,000 m3
Max Passengers: 1,600
Hull Stats
Length: 900 m
Hull: 5,600
Deflector Shields: 4,400
Ionic Capacity: 2,800
Additional Systems
Docking Bay: Yes
Hangar Bay: Yes
Landing Capacity: No
Repulsorlifts: No
Escape Pods: 11
Docking Ports: 1
Medical Rooms: 0
Gravity Generators: 0
Weapons Systems
Weapons: Turbolasers: 120
Tractor Beams: 10
Proton Torpedo Launchers: 20
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Victory Star Destroyer I

The predecessor of the fearsome and ubiquitous Imperial-class, the Victory-class Star Destroyer saw the height of its production in the beginning of the clone wars, filling the need of the Old Republic for a capital ship capable of fulfilling multiple combat roles. The unique, dagger-shaped design of the Star Destroyer allows the Victory-class to concentrate nearly all of its weapons on its front firing arc. This ingenious design has since been copied in every subsequent design of the Star Destroyer by the Empire. While only little more than half the size of the Imperial-class, the Victory-class Star Destroyer mounts 120 turbolasers and 20 proton torpedo launchers, giving it more offensive punch than its larger cousin. Both troop berths and hangar space were sacrificed in order to mount the additional weapons on the hull, making the Victory-class Star Destroyer a dedicated ship-to-ship combat vessel whereas the Imperial-class is able to serve many more functions in the Imperial Navy. After seizing galactic power after the fall of the Old Republic, the Galactic Empire kept the Victory-class in service and even continued to build the vessel, updating and refitting its secondary systems as necessary. In addition to the Empire, several other governments and even some private citizens are known to have acquired some of the fearsome vessels which made their way out of the Republic Navy during its transition to the Empire.

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