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High Admiral (CIR)
High Admiral (CIR)
Join date : 2013-05-19
Faction : Caldera Imperial Republic
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Generation II

on Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:40 pm
The tides of war are changing. The enemy is adapting, growing stronger, finding our weaknesses. Our fleet's mighty vessels are tired, wary from their decades of service. We grow weak...

No more.

A new generation of mighty war vessels are being designed, forged, sent to the front lines. The tides are changing, but in our favor.

In the last 2600s, the Imperial Board unanimously agreed that a new generation of warships of all classes were needed to maintain the strength of the Imperial Fleet. The first three of this "next generation" were the Marauder, Ranger, and Conveyance Class ships, and would be followed by many more. Several ship classes from the first generation would be kept in service, but many would be retired completely.

These included the:

  • Republic Class Frigate
  • Flugel Class Carrier
  • Progression Class (A and B)
  • Empress Class Supercruiser
  • Freedom Class Transport
  • Chairman Class Supercarrier
  • Poseidon Class Frigate

The retirement of these ships from military service did not mean they would be scrapped. All ships went on to be demilitarized, stripped of their military-grade weaponry, and sold to private markets. Ships such as the Empress Class, devoid of their costly and inefficient EMP cannons, had success in the space liner industry, while ships like the Flugel Class became popular in the industrial sector.

The transition would take almost 15 years to complete, but upon completion, both the Imperial Navy and private sector had improved significantly.
Captain (PCG)
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Join date : 2013-05-20
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Re: Generation II

on Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:48 pm
Dis is gonna be good. Except for the part where you retire your cool current ships, I look forward to the new ones. Very Happy



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Re: Generation II

on Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:56 pm
I assume this means the unveiling of your advancing style from the more diamond and rather flat like ships with the "broadside" style technique to the more three dimensionally developed ships such as the Conveyance and Marauder, though still with the imperial, industrial, machined feel to it.


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