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3D printed in white nylon plastic polished to reveal a smooth matte finish.
The Ori warship (also known as the Ori mothership) was the standard attack vessel used by the Ori during their crusade in the Milky Way.
This model is scaled down 1:7000 to be appropriate with miniatures games
These white colored vessels are some of the largest ever encountered by Stargate Command being much larger than the Daedalus-class and Ha'tak vessels. They consisted of an oval shaped structure with a large Stargate styled ring in the center which glows with a white light. Two engines are present at the back of the vessel. Though quite large, they were capable of entering a planet's atmosphere and landing, where they towered over the landscape.
Upon their completion, a Prior is required to bring the ship online through an activation ceremony. They are piloted by the Prior himself, who commands a crew of an unknown number of warriors from the Ori army, and is tasked with bringing planets under the banner of Origin.
Ori warships appear to be smaller than Wraith Hive ships and Ancient City-ships.