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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
As the General War dragged on, the pre-war F5S scouts (designed only to find distant enemies to help the fleet maneuver) became increasingly obsolete for use in direct combat. Scouts in a battle jammed enemy targeting, disrupted enemy seeking weapons, identified enemy units as to specific sub-types, and controlled mass waves of seeking weapons. The Klingons responded by producing a scout version of the D5 war cruiser, known as the D5S Scout Cruiser. With the power of a full-size cruiser behind its jammers, and the sheer bulk to survive a mass enemy volley, the D5S became the most numerically important scout in the Klingon Deep Space Fleet. The Aztek panels on the outer surfaces represent efforts to reduce the electronic signature of the D5SK and match it to the D5S so the enemy could not tell the difference.
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.