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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Tholians are a crystalline species that once ruled the M81 Galaxy. When the Tholian Will was overthrown by the Seltorians, some small groups of Tholians fled to other galaxies. One small group of Tholians reached the Milky Way, where they took over the easternmost part of Klingon space, the part that originally bordered the Romulans. They called this the Tholian Holdfast. The Tholians (who considered carbon-based life to be lower than bacteria) enslaved Klingon colonies in the region and kept the Klingons at bay by their (at the time) superior technology. Their foes, the Seltorians, arrived in the Milky Way Galaxy later.
The Tholians continually improved their cruiser design (based on two patrol corvettes). The command cruiser was the peak of this development until the arrival of the Neo-Tholians a decade later. The ship had the four disruptors of the heavy cruiser plus added systems, power, and weapons to allow it to lead a large squadron or small fleet.
The ship is available in a variety of materials. Ships are unpainted, use standard flight stands available from many sources, and, while designed for gaming, make fine display pieces.