Captain Seafort wrote:There's also another ship, intermediate in size between the Ex and the ISDs.
Oh, the unknown. Never heard anyone name it a comship.
Captain Seafort wrote:What are you talking about here? Given that there were three distinct types of MonCal at Endor (Home One-type, Liberty-type, and the wingless Liberty-type), all of which have been described as MC80, you'll have to be more specific.
We saw three MC80s, one which was destroyed.
Captain Seafort wrote:Not the far side of the planet, but on the opposite side of a hemispherical shell with the Death Star at its centre. How else do you expect the Imp fleet to perform its role of cutting off the rebels' retreat?
By doing exactly what they did in the films. Closing on the DS2's gravity field and trapping the Rebels between the moon, DS2 and Imp fleet.
Captain Seafort wrote:You did.
I would love you to show me where I said that, just to see what excuse you'll use to cover for your lying yet again.
Captain Seafort wrote:Indeed, but the individual weapons are far smaller than an ISD1's. It's the difference between being hit by a single tank shell and a lot of of MG rounds.
The turret placement is smaller, but I don't see a difference in the cannons themselves. There for 32 guns v 6 guns per flank. ISD2 is clearly the superior broadside ship.
Captain Seafort wrote:Note the term "directly contradicts". I've repeatedly pointed out the difference between the ships' formal designation and generic slang used to describe them.
Wrong, you pointed out what you wanted it to be after you got caught lying. You then spent time doing all you could to state we should ignore even the creator of the universe in question and accept your wikipedia based idea over that.
Captain Seafort wrote:I did nothing of the sort. I acknowledged that the image showed the bug getting hit. I theorised that the hit was less solid than it appeared, given that the discussion at hand was the relative strength of the GCS and Defiant, and I was sceptical of claims that the GCS was significantly weaker.
Just reread the thread, you did exactly that when focused on the Dominion Fighter. Check page three again and notice your statement to GKs response. You got caught lying yet again. Though it was nice of you to try and post from a different page to cover for yourself.
Captain Seafort wrote:Next to Home One. We can therefore use them to determine the length of Home One.
We can use them to estimate, however that estimation is simply that and not canon. The creators of the universe making a statement is however canon.
Captain Seafort wrote:The corvette image is square on in the vertical and horizontal planes, and the Lambda image shows it passing through the hangar door while square in the vertical plane, so we can indeed use both images to determine the length.
Having an external to internal view is meaningless for determining external size of a ship that isn't even in full view from another shot all together.
Just for a change of pace, it would be nice of you to try being honest rather then a walking joke.