TPS Dawn Breaker . Meant to uparm the fleet's anti-shipping capabilities, the 18th commissioned these dreadnoughts. Called the Dawn Trek-class, this class set a new bar for armor, speed, and hitting power. .
With thirteen different weapons systems-from torpedo tubes to pre-assault barrage packages (PAB)-it is by far the superior of the Glorious Dawn-class battle cruisers.
On the bow, the 12 tubes that face forward are for blanket fire missile salvos. The 18" monsters that rocket themselves forward have been known to take down unwary cruisers in mere moments.
Turret No. 3 has the most armament density of them all. Starting with standard 20" guns, two 12" rail guns, and two ballistic 'shotguns.' The latter launches 100 pellets at one time. It is considered part of the AA.
Turret No. 5. Utilizing the ball turret concept, this turret guards the underside and six o'clock. Mounting 30" guns, it is by far the heaviest armament on the ship.
In addition to the missiles and fixed guns, the large half-circle holds an impressive array of detection and ranging equipment, giving it the most accurate gunnery in the fleet.
Turret No. 2 is actually not a turret, but a fixed emplacement. In order to allow the same firepower without stacking, it was necessary to lower the turret and fix it.
Here's what drives the beauty. Four maneuvering thrusters, and one main engine. If the main engine is knocked out, the maneuvering thrusters can propel it at about half its normal sub-light speed.
Far from being a bridge, this clear portion is instead an observation deck, occasionally used by the commanders for visual inspections of battlefields when viewscreens just won't cut it.
You probably recognize these pieces, I couldn't help but use them again.