Star Destroyers[3] It is more than twice the size of a standard Victory-class Imperial Star Destroyer. Despite the rebuilds, the Victory II was not able to correct all of the issues of its predecessor. Venator Class Star Destroyer Vs Imperial Star Destroyer; Venator Class Star Destroyer Model; Look 2Legends Any information drawn from non-canonical resources (Tales) should end up being shown in this section. These flaws required that constant maintenance be given to the Victory-class by its crew for combat readiness, and it became known as a space coffin and unlucky ship. [14][15], The Victory Star Destroyer's Class 1.0 hyperdrive was superior to that of the Imperial-class Star Destroyer, allowing Victory ships to reach their destinations in half the time. [1] It previously first appeared in Star Wars Legends in Mission to Lianna.[2]. [9] Most of the Victory-series Star Destroyers still in Imperial service near the height of the Empire were often assigned to planetary defense roles. Quad turbolaser batteries (10)[6][2][7]5 port[6]5 starboard[6]Double turbolaser batteries (40)[6][2][7]10 fore[6]15 port[6]15 starboard[6]Concussion missile tube launchers (80)[6][2][7]20 fore[6]20 port[6]20 starboard[6]20 aft[6]Tractor beam projectors (10)[6][7]6 fore[6]2 port[6]2 starboard[6]Alternate configurationLight Turbo Quadlasers (10)[3]Heavy Double Turbolaser Cannons (20)[3]Assault concussion missile tubes (20)80 heavy concussion missiles total[3]Tractor beam projectors (10)[3] Within the Imperial Navy, Victory-class Star Destroyers were considered second only to Imperial-class Star Destroyers for most operations in the Outer Rim Territories against pirates and Rebels. Production information The largest and most powerful of all the ships from the Core Set and first wave, the Victory-class Star Destroyer formed the core of the Imperial Navy at the outset of the Galactic Civil War, and it’s likely, soon, to form the core of many an Imperial fleet in Armada. The Crimson Command Victory II-class Star Destroyer is a unique heavy frigate available to the Imperial Remnant in Era 4 and the Greater Maldrood in all eras. Victory-class Star Destroyer[1] The Harrow-class Star Destroyer is actually nothing more than a heavily modified Victory I-class Star Destroyer.During the Galactic Civil War, the Victory I-class Star Destroyer Harrow was badly damaged and had difficulty withdrawing for major repairs. After that, Imperial tacticians necessitated assigning support ships, such as Interdictors, Strike cruisers, and Carrack cruisers, to make up for the shortcomings.[18]. Others, like the Harrow and the Protector, had two main thrusters and two auxiliary thrusters wedged in-between. The order of battle considered one Victory-class Star Destroyer the equivalent of two Strike-class cruisers. Rated 1520 RU[5] Passengers. Consumables Equipped[1] It was used by the Galactic Republic during the mid-Clone Wars,[8] the Galactic Empire and the Corporate Sector during the Galactic Civil War[10] and the Confederation during the Second Galactic Civil War.[11]. ... (Not so much their compliments of snub fighters, in which often the victory goes to the Rebels due to fighter superiority), the ISD has it for me. Following the Yuuzhan Vong War, the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances commissioned an updated version of the Victory for use as pirate hunters across its territories. Sublight Drives. Equipped[1] Kuat Drive Yards[1] A third Victory Star Destroyer variant at the Battle of Balmorra. Usage The Victory II-class Star Destroyer was a class of Star Destroyer that was manufactured by Kuat Drive Yards as a successor to the original Victory-class Star Destroyer. TIE Series starfighters (24)[4][2][7]Dropships[2][7]Troop transports[2][7]AT-AT walkers[2][7]Juggernauts[2][7]HAVr A9 Floating Fortresses[2][7] Star Wars: Imperial Propulsion Technology. Victory I-class Star Destroyers were 900 meters long, just over half the size of the later Imperial-class Star Destroyer. Star Wars: Empire at War is the first source to depict details on the Victory-class which appear to represent large cannons flanking the bridge superstructure, similar to the Imperial-class and Venator-class Star Destroyers. Basically a bigger version of the Imperial and Victory Star Destroyers. Star Destroyers of this kind fought in the Operation Shadow Hand, notably in the Battle of Balmorra. Complement Like later Star Destroyer designs, the Victory possessed the ability to enter the upper levels of a planetary atmosphere. A small (500 meters) Star Destroyer that was originally developed as an escort craft for the Victory Star Destroyer, but later repurposed as a long-range patrol vessel. He said he’d do the Venator eventually but only when the current projects and commissions are finished. These massive dagger-shaped warships were the mainstay capital ships of the Imperial navy and one of the most recognizable symbols of the Galactic Empire’s military might. I'm making this discussion so everyone who has experience could give examples of Imperial Navy in tech 4, for raiding force and defending force. The ability to pursue enemies into planetary atmospheres also made Victorys an invaluable part of many Imperial squadrons. Shielding LEGO MOC MOC-17208 UCS Victory-class Star Destroyer - building instructions and parts list This design by Walex Blissex became a direct challenge to Kuat's Venator-class. 20 BBY[8] Galactic Republic[8]Galactic Empire[4]Corporate Sector Authority[9]New RepublicGalactic Federation of Free AlliancesImperial RemnantConfederation Some of these new vessels were fitted with large turrets on the upper hull, each housing a huge asteroid-tug tractor beam sold to the Galactic Alliance Defense Force by Lando Calrissian. It carries an armament of 60/6 Turbolasers, 20/4 Dual Heavy Turbolasers, and 40/4 Ion Cannons. Additionally, the Imperial Navy was bolstered by the production of the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer and Imperial II-class Star Destroyer rendering the remaining Victory IIs obsolete despite the upgrades and relegating the ships to backwater and unremarkable duties. [1], At one point during the Imperial Era, an Imperial commander who had a level of failure was exiled to command a Victory II at the edge of the Outer Rim Territories. The Star Destroyer was rushed into production and service after many delays and politics, which resulted in a vast array of design flaws. Daily Up-dates. Model A comparison using the game's map editing program (which uses the game's own 3-D rendering engine and depicts all three ships in proper proportion to each other) shows these cannons to be roughly half the size of the corresponding units on the larger destroyers. [10], At the start of the Clone Wars and the introduction of the Acclamator-class assault ship, the Arch-Provost of Rendili ordered industrial spies and ship-designers to come up with a way to curb Kuat's lead on new contracts with the Galactic Republic. 24 starfighters[1]Shuttles[1]Landing craft[1]AT-series walkers[1] This resulted in the deployment of the "Victory Fleet" six months ahead of schedule. Both classes are 900 meters long and have very similar hull design just like the ISD I and ISD II have only minor differences appearance-wise. Star Wars: The Last of the Droids "Challenger vs Conqueror II" (First appearance) Star Wars: The Last of the Droids "The New Ally" Armament Hyperdrive rating The m… Crew 900 meters[3] 1,600 stormtroopers[1] The Victory II-class Star Destroyer was a class of Star Destroyer of the Galactic Empire that served as a successor to the Victory-class Star Destroyer. [2], Some variants of the Victory-class were designed with three main thrusters and four auxiliary thrusters, like the larger Imperial-class. The Victory-class Star Destroyer were the predecessor of the bigger and better armed Imperial-class Star Destroyer designed for the Galactic Republic but built by the Galactic Empire. Despite the rebuilds, the Victory II was not able to c… A key disadvantage of the Victory I was its low speed which made its deployment difficult and allowed quicker foes to escape pursuit. Click to up-date. Written: 1998.08.01 Last Revised: 1999.10.06. They also served as system defense and as a fleet command ship. Cost The main differences between the Victory I which was also used by the Clone Wars-Republic and the Victory II which is an Imperial-only ship are in terms of armament, engines and armor. 6,107 officers, pilots, and enlisted crew[1] Like later Star Destroyer designs, the Victory possessed the ability to enter the upper levels of a planetary atmosphere. In the new canon we have seen Imperials operating in atmosphere so if Victory class SD's are re-introduced ( Tarkin canonized Victory's) they likely only differ for the reasons /u/Xephon7 gave. but will be ready soon ). Equipped[1] On the surface the Imperial-class has more advantages over the Victory-class, with an ISD I in particular looking like a very favorable carrier due to its double offensive retrofits, but its higher cost could force some lists to go with the Victory.That, plus the lack of Corruptor could be a more serious issue than I may realize, which may make the Victory a more common carrier. Victory I-class Star Destroyer[3] This tied the Victory-class into the naming scheme used by other large Republic ship classes of the era, all of which had Latin-based names ending in -tor, such as the Venator-class, the Mandator-class, and the Imperator-class. Star Destroyer[1] Escape craft Gladiator-class Star Destroyer. So I'm doing my first campain on non-DLC as empire. I will start with defending force: -1x victory (3x tartans per every V shaped big imperial ships) -2 Broadsides. 8,100 metric tons[4] Some Victory IIs, however, were equipped with ion cannons rather than concussion missile launchers, which was extremely rare. Navigation system 800. It was later damaged by Nantex-class starfighters. Equipped[1] The Victory-class Star Destroyer was a type of Star Destroyer used by both the Republic Navy and Imperial Navy that was capable of deploying a garrison base and making surface landings. You're my only hope. Crew. Subscribed. Affiliation Length. 50,000,000 credits[1] Line BACKGROUND The Victory I-class Star Destroyer, also known as the Victory I-class Destroyer and Victoria I-class Star Destroyer, was a warship designed for planetary defense, planetary assault, ground troop support, and ship-to-ship combat. 6,107 officers, pilots, and enlisted crew operated a vessel, while 1,600 soldiers were stationed onboard. Death Star II (Battlestation) 2 Battlecruisers - Ilthmar's Fist (5 km long) and Pride of Tarlandia (5 km long) 33 Imperial Class Star Destroyers 3 Tector Class Star Destroyers 1 Victory Class Star Destroyer 3 Carrack Class Light Cruisers 3 Vindicator Class Heavy Cruisers 3 Immobilizer 418 Cruisers 4 EF76 Nebulon-B Escort Frigates Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. Affiliation The powerful sublight drive units of a Kuat Drive Yards Star Destroyer. [7] This was called the "Victor Initiative Project", which resulted in the Victory-class. Technical specifications These ships measure roughly nine-hundred meters in length, sport crews numbering over five-thousand, and feature a dagger-shaped design that allows them to concentrate nearly all their weapons on their … This newer class was externally very similar to its predecessor. Most notably, the Bombard and the Crusader all but wiped out the notorious Eyttyrmin Batiiv pirates during the Battle of Khuiumin; the pirates were aware of the impending Imperial attack but were overconfident in their ability to defeat a pair of "antiquated" Victory Star Destroyers. The Executor is about 19,000 meters in length and holds more than 5,000 weapon emplacements. Sensor systems The Victory II program sought to fix the many issues of the Victory-class, but it did not put an end to several flaws. Role(s) Star Destroyer[3] Kuat Drive Yards. Help us. The abundant number of Imperial-class Star Destroyers, and the growing popularity of the Imperial-series amongst the Imperial Starfleet, led to many Victory-class Star Destroyers being decommissioned or sold to groups like the Corporate Sector Authority, which purchased 520. The Victory appears very similar in appearance to the Imperial-class which succeeded it; albeit the Victory being considerably smaller in scale (900 meters in length versus 1600 meters), adds atmospheric maneuvering "wings" on the port and starboard sides (according to Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game sourcebooks, the Victory I-class can enter a planetary atmosphere which is a unique attribute not found in the Victory II and Imperial-class … Imperial ship review: Victory-class Star Destroyer Let's begin the Imperial ship reviews at the beginning with the first Imperial ship most of us ever pushed around a table, the OG angry triangle, the Victory-class Star Destroyer (VSD)! Subscribe. It was larger and more heavily armed than its predecessors, and had a top speed surpassing that of an Imperial II -class Star Destroyer, with nearly twice the firepower of a normal Victory II -class Star Destroyer. A Victory II was also present in orbit above an ecumenopolis during the Imperial reign. An Imperial starship expansion for the Star Wars: Armada miniatures game eatures one pre-painted Victory-class Star Destroyer miniature Two ship cards allow you to outfit your Star Destroyer as a Victory I or Victory II Fourteen upgrade cards allow you … [1], Many Victory IIs were relegated to serve as defense for a planetary garrison and light patrol duties on the edges of the Galactic Empire's authority.