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BrokenMnemonic

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Wars of Reaving - Snow Raven WarShips
« on: 01 November 2013, 17:36:05 »
Having been through the various Snow Raven details in Field Manual: Updates, Field Manual: 3085, Field Report: Clans and Wars of Reaving, there are five WarShips that I can't find mention of by name that appear to have been destroyed between 3067 and 3085:

- Sovetskii Soyuz-class heavy cruiser Avalanche
- Aegis-class heavy cruiser Morning Violence
- Essex-class heavy cruiser Eternity
- Aegis-class heavy cruiser Blue Lancer
- Volga-class transport Tenacity

Based on the detail in Wars of Reaving, I'm guessing that all five ships were destroyed; page 40 details a large naval battle Trial of Possession fought between the Star Adders and the Snow Ravens in December 3068 that involved nearly six Stars of WarShipsand DropShips and that left "two of the three Raven WarShips" as burning hulks, while pages 52-53 detail a large battle between the Steel Vipers and Snow Ravens, again in the Lum system, from which just four named Snow Raven WarShips escaped of the three naval stars the Snow Ravens had scraped together.

So, I was wondering if it would be possible to confirm which two ships were the unnamed WarShips destroyed at Lum in 3068, and if any or all of the oustanding vessels from the list of five above were destroyed at Lum in 3070 by the Steel Vipers...

It's more interesting than optimal, and therefore better. O0 - Weirdo

Øystein

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Re: Wars of Reaving - Snow Raven WarShips
« Reply #1 on: 01 November 2013, 18:06:51 »
*Opens Ye Olde Tome of Warshippe*

Avalanche - Lum 3068
Morning Violence - Lum 3068
Eternity - Lum 3070
Blue Lancer - Lum 3070
Tenacity - Lum 3070

With regards,
Øystein

BrokenMnemonic

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Re: Wars of Reaving - Snow Raven WarShips
« Reply #2 on: 02 November 2013, 06:10:30 »
That's perfect, thank you! Just what I was looking for :)

It's more interesting than optimal, and therefore better. O0 - Weirdo

 

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