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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This model is scaled to 119mm to be suitable for miniatures games such as A Call to Arms Babylon 5
The Omega made the EA a force to be feared, even by the older powers. It stands up well in comparison with its primary opponents (G'Quan, Primus, Tinashi, etc.) and is among the strongest in the class. The powerful battle laser can wreak serious damage at range, and should be utilized for as long as possible. The broadside is less impressive though the mini beams will ignore the toughness of enemy hulls. Defensively, it is a monster with hull 6, 3 Interceptors, and 6(!) Anti-Fighter. Enemy fleets without beam weapons will have a difficult time dealing with the Omega. Once the enemy closes, don't forget the aft laser - something the Primus and G'Quan do not have.
Omega Pulse Destroyer
This is the ship that I believe the Nova was intended to be. It is tough as nails and sports a massive 20 AD broadside. Get this into the thick of the enemy and fire all weapons that bear. This ship is best used against enemies with weaker hulls and no active defenses. It can also devastate fighter wings that get too close.