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Faced with a shortage of heavy cruiser hulls, the Federation (like many other empires) looked to its war cruiser design and created a “new heavy cruiser” (NCA) that could be assembled in shipyards that were building new light cruisers, leaving the heavy cruiser shipyards free to build heavy command cruisers. The addition of the rear hull and the small center engine increased power, versatility, and range of the New Heavy Cruiser. The shift in the center of gravity reduced the chances of a breakdown.
Known names: 1651 Chicago, 1652 New York, 1653 Dayton, 1659 Mecca, 1660 Buenos Aires, 1661 Kinshasa, 1662 Milwaukee, 1663 Atlanta, 1664 Calgary, 1666 Yellowknife, 1670 Houston, and 1672 Savannah.
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.