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GOAL LEVEL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Concept Art – 30%
Reaching 30% of our funding goal will reveal an artists rendition of the new bridge design.
New Ship Model – 60%
The “exteriors” of our ships will also be updated. 60% reveals how those changes may look.
3D Video Tour – 90%
90% shares a virtual tour of the bridge concept so you can imagine where you’ll hide from invaders.
Daedalus Class Deep Space Carrier
Bridge Crew: 9-13 – Registry: B598 DS-12
Dimensions: Length- 850 m, Beam- 285 m, Height- 190 m
Standard Crew Complement: 650 officers and crew
The USS Magellan was designed and built at the Utopia Shipyards in 2370 to function as a mobile command station due to its ability to manage ship deployments and coordinate multiple engagements.
Defiant Class Escort
Bridge Crew: 5-6
Dimensions: Length – 170 m, Beam – 134 m, Height – 30 m
Standard Crew Complement: 50 Officers and Crew
The USS Phoenix was designed and built at the Sigma Shipyards in 2371 as a supplement to the current battle fleets. Instead of focusing on scientific or exploratory endeavors when designing this ship, it was overpowered and loaded with weapons, making it the first battleship.
Seeker Class Cutter
Bridge Crew: 6-8
Dimensions: Length- 30 m, Beam- 22 m, Width- 15 m
Standard Crew Compliment: 15 crew including bridge officers
The USS Odyssey was built in the year 2368 at the Antares Shipyards. It was the second in a line of new Seeker class cutters, which were commissioned as a sort of science/reconnaissance hybrid. A Research and Reconnaissance Exploratory Vessel (RREV)
Mark 6 Covert Class Shuttlecraft
Bridge Crew: 5-6
Class: Mark 6 Covert Class Shuttle Craft
Dimensions: Length- 6.0 m, Beam- 2.3 m, Height- 2.6 m
The USS Galileo was built in the year 2373 as a top secret stealth vessel. Designed as a versatile reconnaissance and espionage vessel, the Galileo has played a vital part in international conflicts and internal security operations since its creation.