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Judicator Class Super Star Destroyer . This MOC is 171 studs long, 72 studs wide and 20 studs tall. The first and only of an experimental class, the Judicator was designed to be the flagship of the Republic fleet. While Lira Wessex’s design team worked on the next generation of cruiser, the Imperial Class (then known as the Republic Class) famed designer Ottin Byon was contracted to design and produce this one of a kind vessel. Byon used a typical wedge design, but simplified it to ease construction. At 5000 meters long and almost three times the length of the Imperial Class, it was the largest traditional starship ever constructed by the Republic. It would only be overshadowed by Wessex design team’s Super and Eclipse class vessels, that would be built at the height of the Emperors power. At the time of its launch the 1,137 meter Venator Class Star Destroyed was the main ship of the line of the Republic fleet. The Judicator would be tasked with commanding and coordinating fleets composed of dozens of Venator and later Imperial Class ships, along with their fighters, support vessels and lesser cruisers on missions to hostile space in the outter rim. The ship was armed with over 600 weapon emplacements, including turbolasers, concussion missile tubes, tractor-beam projectors, ion cannons and 4 heavy MAC cannons for piercing planetary shield grids. The Judicator also held a full wing of fighters totaling 72 ships and carried 200 other combat and support craft in its massive belly hangar. Some of these support craft were as large as typical light cruisers. A single Venator Class could also be held in the hangar for repair, but at the expense of all other support craft. The ship could also carry 10,000 ground troops along with all the needed equipment for an extended siege. The Judicator was powered by four massive stardive engines(compared to the nine needed to move the even larger Super Class.)The Judicator entered service right before the end of the war, and saw only minor action. It was quickly recognized as the most powerful cruiser in known space, and often enemy fleets would flee rather than chose to risk and engagement. After the rise of the Empower, the Judicator was made flagship of the outter rim fleet and took part in many skirmishes with remnant forces. When the first Super Star Destroyer, Executor was completed the Judicator was reassigned to supply and convoy escort missions. The Rebel Alliance never attempted an attack on any of the convoys protected by the Judicator. The current whereabouts of the massive ship are unknown, but it is rumored that a rouge Imperial Admiral fled with the ship following the battle of Endor. . Twin Solar Ionization Reactors. The stardrive engines and the rear of the command bridge. Front view. Another front view. More of the City and bridge. Head on view. This view shows the underside of the ship and the side of the main hangar. This is one big ship. The backup sensor unit located at the aft of the craft was still as large as some starcruisers. Two massive stardrive engines are supported under each “wing”. More of the "city". The massive “city structure” on the dorsal side of the vessel held everything from lavish officer and Imperial Governor residence towers, to turbolasers targeting sensors and auxiliary hangar bays. The massive bow of the ship held the enormous communication and sensor equipment required to coordinate thousands of vessels in combat. The Judicator had the most advanced sensors in the fleet. Later Imperial ships would not include these massive systems, instead relying on more typical sensor suites and scout vessels. longThe Judicator had a completely new command bridge designed to handle a vast number of communication and strategic officers in addition to the normal command crew. It was larger than the command bridge of the later Imperial and Super Class ships. The Port view shows the massive length of the ship. It is 5000 meters or 171 studs long


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