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XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought 3d printed Replicator 2 version

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XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought 3d printed Replicator 2 version
XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought 3d printed Replicator 2 version

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XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought 3d printed
XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought 3d printed

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XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Xygritt Matriarchy

    The Hashallaxit dreadnought typifies the design doctrine of the Xygritt Matriarchal Navy. Xygritt technology evolved from Xyriat technology, and while the two have diverged in the centuries, they follow very much the same principles still, which is why both fleets share a passing familiarity in overall shape.
    One of the key issues with the elenthnar technology – especially  due to the Garrast-Viyroub drive FTL drive – is the generation of excess heat, which has to be bled off. The Xygritt solution is a compromise between the thermal exhaust system used by the Xyriats and the passive emission used by the Phystyulons or Wodefs. They use dorsal thermal vanes, which act as radiators and create the distinctive silhouette of the Xygritt vessels.
    The Xygritt use the same method for focusing the shields and GVD as the Xyriat, giving them the long hull and forward emission disc.
    An outside observer be forgiven for thinking that the central bulb was a thermal exhaust at on a Xyriat vessel, but instead, it is the Xygritt’s primary point-defence particle beam array. The arrays are very space-and-power-efficient, but require some supplementary lazer turrets for complete coverage. These secondary turrets are very small, usually less than two or three metres and share some design ancestry with the similar weapons on Phystyulon ships due to the centuries of conflict.
    The combination of particle beam arrays an laser turrets are given an rating by the Xygritt, based on overall power; the rating for the Hashallaxit is an impressive 660.
    The Hashallaxit is a relatively new dreadnought. It was the last vessel to be designed before the most recent technological breakthroughs and almost immediately work began on refitting some of the weapon systems to the new, more powerful systems.
    Unlike its original contemporary, the Habala Heavy Cruiser, which had to be re-designed so much it became the Shalashalla, the Hashallaxit had enough space to allow a more conventional refit. Which was as well for the Matriarchy, as with the Nolaarulu Super Dreadnought demanding the shipyards, it would not have been possible to build more dreadnoughts.
    The Hashallaxit replaced its original trip of spinal-mount lazer cannons with two larger systems. Which overall energy output dropped slightly, the increase in range was by a full third. Some of the particle beam turrets were replaced and upgraded with the new improved models, which also increased the number of turrets from 66 to 68. Upgrading all the turret proved impossible. Not only would the power core have had to be replaced, the thermal vanes would not have been sufficient and would have had to be completely re-designed beyond what a refit could have achieved.
    Finally, the dreadnought has six forward and six rear torpedo tubes.
    The Hallashallaxit’s main weakness is that it is a slow and cumbersome vessel, despite the apparent size of its engines – Xygritt drives are not very efficient. While it has strong shields and armour, these can only somewhat mitigate this limitation.
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XM302 Hashallaxit Class Dreadnought
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2.49 x 11.78 x 5.05 cm
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