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Star Wars Vindicator class light carrier by HandofManos Star Wars Vindicator class light carrier by HandofManos
Final version of the Vindicator Class light carrier.
This ship is capable to carry half a dozen of squadrons along with an decent defensive/offensive capability.

Armed with 8 dual medium turbolasers, 18 point defense lasers and 5 quad lasers (against those pesky A wings) the 5 times bigger then the Dagger Class heavy corvette volume wise. In length is still quite small compared to a Imperial Star Destroyer only being around 250 to 275 meters
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jpedroza Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
What application do you use to build these? They are brilliant!
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HandofManos Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Photoshop
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concor10 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013
Just had a cracks at stats for this beautiful ship. I have based them off my roleplaying chars personal base ship (which is now this beautiful creation)

"The Damocles"

Owner: Rally Master Cassus Corcoran
Company: Crimson Neo-Crusaders

Class:light carrier (prototype)
Manufacturer: Taerab Starship Manufacturin
Cost: 2 years mining colony output


Length: 275 meters
Height/depth: 198 meters
Shielding: 4 equipped
Hull: Heavily-reinforced hull plating
Maximum acceleration; 2,658 G

Engine unit(s);

   Primary drive engines (4 aft-mounted; 2 port, 2 starboard)
   Secondary drive engines (2 aft-mounted; 1 port, 1 starboard)
   Tertiary drive engines (2 aft-mounted; 1 port, 1 starboard)

Hyperdrive rating;

   Class 1.0
   Backup: Class 10

Hyperdrive range: 60,000 light-years (effective)[1]

Power output;

   Peak: 3,6 × 1024 W[1]

Power plant: Hypermatter annihilation reactor
Shielding: Equipped (roughly equivalent to that of a Terminus Destroyer)
Navigation system: Navigation computer equipped


Armament;

   8 dual medium turbolaser batteries
   5 Quad laser cannons
   18 Laser Point defense batteries
   2 small triple barrel ion cannons
   2 Proton torpedos launchers
   10 Concussion missile launchers
   2 Tractor beam projectors

Complement

   15 Mark VI Supremacy-class starfighters
   5 B28 Extinction-class bombers
   10 Mk. VII advanced interceptor
   20 shuttles

Escape Craft

   20 shuttles
   35 Escape Pods

Personnel
   
   600 Crew
   1,825 troops

Cargo capacity; 20,000 tons
Consumables; 2 years

Affiliation:
    Mandalorians
    The Empire
    The Republic
    The Hutt Cartel
    The Shadow Syndicate
    Bounty Hunters Guild

Let me know what you guys think.
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HandofManos Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Looks fine to me
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GAT-X139 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013
Personally I'd love to see a few of these Vindicator-class Light Carriers surrounding a Revenge-class Heavy Carrier along side a small force of supporting vessels
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HandofManos Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
who knows it might work :)
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dcmstarships Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wonderful!
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HandofManos Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks
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imperialarmytrooper Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013
i like pocket carriers most supercarriers are dreadnuaghts in thier own and thus not really efficent to bring onto the field, just something small that can deliver some fighter bombers but can also hold its own agaisnt enemy frigates can really help alot
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HandofManos Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Small ships certainly do have their part in any major fleet action. And like you said large ships are an own tier and costly to maintain not to mention main targets during fleet engagements. 
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