Pre-orders are live for two new Resistance ships. Lets take a look at them!
This week we finally get to expand upon the incredibly modular ships in the Resistance Starter Fleet. Coming to pre-order are the Munifex Corvette and Centurion/Gladiator Grand Cruiser.
We’ve been previewing the Munifex this week and this fine ship fills out the smaller end of the combined Resistance fleet. You can see more about this ship in this weeks Teaser Tuesday as well as see some more paint schemes in today’s Resistance Corvettes article.
Some of you may be familiar with the Centurion Grand Cruiser. The Centurion has been our most popular event mini during every event it attended. That particular pattern of ship was built by Trident Industrial at Olympus Prime. Now we’re releasing the Earth pattern version of this venerable ship for all resistance admirals to field. This version is the only version of the Centurion that is still being produced, mainly by the shipyards of Kalium.
The Centurion chassis also served as a test-bed for the vent cannons commonly seen on current Resistance ships. Not particularly safe, or versatile, the class was shelved by the EAA. Kalium, however, sees no issue with the class. Building at least three times the amount of them compared to the EAA. This lets them bring staggering firepower to bear, risk be damned. With one Heavy Vent Cannon Turret and a pair of forward-facing Heavy Vent Cannons, this ship hurts. While it may be the focus of your opponents attacks, its Ablative Armour provides a substantial amount of protection. That is assuming the damage isn’t coming from your own overworked reactor core.
We’re looking forward to seeing all the different kinds of lists Resistance Admirals are able to make with these new additions. With the Munifex Corvettes providing swarming firepower and the Grand Cruisers providing strong, heavy damage platforms, the tactical options have really opened up.
Both of these are available for pre-order on our webstore!
If you think you’d like to start a Resistance Fleet, check out the range here!