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The Inter-Stellar Concordium (ISC) is an organization of five species associated by treaty, all speaking a common language. In this they are similar to the Federation. As is typical of the eastern regions of the Alpha Octant, all of these species are native to different planets, but most of these systems are within a relatively small area at the center of ISC territory. The various species discovered each other, fought several minor wars, and formed the ISC before the era of warp-powered starships. There, the resemblance to the Federation ends. The ISC has no concept of a Prime Directive, and will intervene in the development of any species to bring it up to ISC standards. The ISC’s prime conviction is that “a peaceful, harmonious and well-ordered universe is the duty of all sentient species. Civilizations collapse when that duty is ignored, therefore it must be required of all.” The dark underside of the ISC is that they have no respect for individual or cultural rights that violate this principle, and will go to any lengths to enforce their idea of “peace, order, and good government.” Therefore, the ISC will try (usually successfully) to separate warring powers, forcing them back within their borders. The ISC does not try to conquer those powers or force them to adopt ISC philosophies, but the ISC enforces a “Zero Tolerance for War” policy.
The ISC, like other empires, had battleship designs on file but due to the high cost (far out of proportion to the cost of dreadnoughts and cruisers), but there is no doubt that the ISC would have built them if the Gorns and Romulans had deployed such vessels. The design shown is, clearly, an enlarged dreadnought design built as an entirely new hull. While other battleship designs have rear-firing heavy weapons, the design team felt that the 12 plasma-Fs would be more than adequate in that regard. The ship could carry six fighters for local defense and patrols.
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.