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Registered: 12-2005
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Re: Bluescale Corellian Corvette WIP


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PureMalice wrote:

Would changing the size of the CR90 retroactively change the size of the other ships we've seen it with, e.g. the Imperial I Star Destroyer or the Ghost?



Yes, it would.

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Re: Bluescale Corellian Corvette WIP


It might. I think it depends on how much. I seem to recall my research on the ISD 1 etermined that the hangar had plenty of room to hold two CR90's in it with room to spare lengthwise as well as on the sides to launch fighters. I am confident that ships like the ISD are not adversely affected by this finding.

That said though...this is a good thing right?


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