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Titanic-class Carrier Frigate . Atalia ship built to scale of the mini Nebula-class Corvette. . The Titanic-class was a Gren manufactured ship that served in the same role as the Nebula-class Corvette in the GFAW Navy. It faced many set-backs and many ships so repair docks more often than combat. The hangars were constantly being targeted and despite having thicker armor than the primary hull was easily destroyed through gaps in the fore shields. Here is the wiki page for the vessel. While many thought it was just poorly designed, the ship was designed by Gren infected with the Phoenix virus who purposefully sabotaged the ship design. However they also had the fix and vessels in Gren fleets saw less trouble and when the Phoenix Dominion declared war and stole many ships, they refitted the Titanic-class vessels so that they functioned better than even the Nebula-class did. Here the fifth fleet vessel faces off against a first fleet Nebula-class.

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