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The flagship of Imperial Alexandria's trireme fleet. Prior to the development of the trireme, Alexandria's air force consisted of zeppelins and wooden-framed aeroplanes. The great empire needed to flaunt a new weapon in order to be taken seriously again by the likes of Karaden and Sondor, both of which had glossarian-type airships. The Argo and her sister ship, Talos, provided the perfect demonstration when they broke the defenses of an enemy stronghold to the south, enabling the Alexandrian army to rush in, and by doing so, secure a huge territory. Following their initial success, Argo and Talos provided the template for all of Alexandria's new capital airships.
Admiral Pavel Vamaruchenko, whose younger sister, Kveta, designed the ship, eventually defected to Bulmut, taking Argo with him. Though he sent a message ahead, it never reached the border defenses, and the ship was badly damaged by heavy anti-aircraft guns, but still managed to land safely. The Bulmutians dismantled the wrecked airship and ended up using multiple elements of the design in their later airships, even though they never built a trireme themselves.