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J-Class Star Skiff
Continuing a Naboo tradition of sleek, gleaming starships, Senator Padmé Amidala employed a striking boomerang-shaped star skiff in her final days as the Clone Wars drew to a close. Though elegant, it is somewhat more utilitarian than the rocket-shaped yacht or the enormous Naboo Royal Cruiser she used in previous years. The silvery craft had a teardrop-shaped primary hull supported by a wide wing, with a top mounted cockpit and surprisingly spacious interior. The storage bay included roomy lockers, and inside was a small yet well-equipped medical suite. Though Padmé Amidala was more than capable of flying the ship, she often left that duty to Captain Typho or C-3PO. The control systems were standard Naboo designs, offering familiarity to those already trained on similar vessels.
About this creation


Here are the J type engines, as you can see i tried to keep them simple as possible. As well as the ramp that can fold up and down, which i thought was pretty cool considering.



Besides all the studs there are i thought the over all make was pretty sleak, how the part really go well with each other



A nice side view showing off even more sleakness









The star skiff landed with a naboo fighter escort

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