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Warship Voyager 1:7000 3d printed

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Warship Voyager 1:7000 3d printed
Warship Voyager 1:7000 3d printed

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Warship Voyager 1:7000

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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
This custom model is scaled to be suitable for miniatures gaming at 1:7000 

Specal Thanks to morenostefanuto for making the voyager model commercally available 

"When diplomacy fails, there's only one alternative: violence. Force must be applied, without apology. It's the Starfleet way."

The warship Voyager was a Kyrian reconstruction of the USS Voyager, based on badly corroded schematics found in the Syrric Ocean. It played a prominent role in The Voyager Encounter, a holographic simulation in the Museum of Kyrian Heritage, which depicted Voyager's biogenic attacks on the Kyrians at the start of the Great War.

The starship featured:

300 soldiers, including those assimilated from Delta Quadrant species such as the Kazon
A triple-armored hull
30 torpedo tubes
25 phaser banks
Assault probes and fighter-shuttles
A complement of Borg warrior-drones
An Emergency Medical Android
The Kyrians claimed that the Warship Voyager was captained by a cold and merciless Captain Kathryn Janeway, its crew were extremely violent, even to each other and insubordination was both common and never officially dealt with. The crew had no objections to massacring entire planets and Janeway was shown to be impatient when fatalities were not rapid enough.
What's in the box:
NuWarVoy 7000
1.92 x 4.9 x 0.95 cm
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0.76 x 1.93 x 0.37 inches
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