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Victory II-class frigate
Production information
Product line

Star Destroyers

Model

Victory II-class frigate

Class

Frigate

Technical specifications
Armament

Turbolasers

Usage
Role(s)
  • Frigate
  • Escort
Era(s)
Affiliation

The Victory II-class frigate was a sword-shaped Republic and Imperial warship.

Characteristics

Its design was reminiscent of large command ships like the Super Star Destroyer Vengeance, due to the large wing-like extension on each side of the ship's rear, as well as its slim profile.

It also roughly resembled Vindicator-class heavy cruisers in shape and size, and had a small, slim bridge-section quite like the Acclamator-class assault ship.

History

A Victory II-class frigate over Yavin IV.

Ships of this class participated in the Blockade of Yavin during the Galactic Civil War. Its armament included several heavy turbolaser turrets and it was powered by three large ion engines.

It is unknown what exact role the Victory II frigate had within the Republic Navy and Imperial Navy's strategy, but their deployment suggest it was at least not uncommon for them to serve as escorts. It can be assumed that the Victory II-class frigates fulfilled assignments largely similar to those of other frigates, such as the EF76 Nebulon-B escort frigate.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron
Kuat capital ship classes
Carriers
Escort
Assault ships
Acclamator I-class - Acclamator II-class
Corvettes
Broadside-class cruiser kdb-1
Frigates
Ardent-class - Class 1000 cruiser - Corona-class
Dragon-class heavy cruiser - EF76 Nebulon-B - Enforcer-class picket cruiser
Lancer-class - MedStar-class - Nebulon-B2
Pelta-class - Star Galleon-class - Zebulon-B
Destroyers/Star Destroyers
Gladiator-class - Imperial I-class - Imperial II-class
Interdictor - Kuat - Multi kilometer-long type
Pellaeon-class - Storm Fleet - Tector-class
Venator-class - Victory I-class - Victory II-class
Cruisers
KDY light - Kuat heavy
Battlecruisers/Star Battlecruisers
Imperial - Procurator-class - Vengeance
Battleships/Star Dreadnoughts
Eclipse-class - Executor-class - Mandator I-class
Mandator II-class - Sovereign-class
Production facilities
Arc Hammer
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Victory II-class Frigate
Production information
Model

Victory II

Class

Frigate

Technical specifications
Length

380 meters

Width

200 meters

Hyperdrive rating

Class 2.0

Shielding

Equipped

Sensor systems

Equipped

Targeting systems

Equipped

Navigation system

Equipped

Avionics

Equipped

Armament
  • 2 Heavy Dual Ion Cannons
  • 4 Dual Turbolaser Cannons
  • 12 AG-2G Quad Laser Cannons
Crew
  • Command Staff
    • 1 Commanding Officer
    • 1 Executive Officer (optional)
    • 6 Officers
  • 200 Crewmen
  • 700 Maintenance Droids
  • 56 Gunners
Consumables

8 months

Usage
Role(s)
  • Escort
  • Assault

The Victory II-class frigate was a sword-shaped Republic and Imperial warship. Its design was reminiscent of large command ships like the Super Star Destroyer Vengeance due to the large wing-like extension on each side of the ship's rear, as well as its slim outline. It also roughly resembled Vindicator-class heavy cruisers in shape and size, and had a small, slim bridge-section quite like the Acclamator-class assault ship.

See also


This article uses material from the "Victory II-class frigate" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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