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The Nebulon-C escort frigate was a type of frigate used by the New Republic and later by the Resistance during the First Order/Resistance War. It was a successor model to the EF76 Nebulon-B escort frigate.

Characteristics[]

The Nebulon-C was a class of frigates built by Kuat Drive Yards.[1] In terms of armament, it possessed numerous heavy turbolasers, point-defense laser cannons, tractor beam projectors,[2] and 2 proton torpedo launchers[1] as well as more potent armaments.[2] The command bridge could be ejected in a case of emergency.[1] Similar to its predecessor model's use by the Rebellion, the Nebulon-C could be refitted to serve as a medical frigate, with one such frigate being used by the Resistance.[3]

History[]

The frigates were originally built for the New Republic,[1] however, in light of the mass demilitarization undertaken by the Senate, many Republic vessels, such as the Anodyne, were decommissioned as salvage as of 34 ABY.[2]

The Anodyne instead landed in the hands of the Resistance paramilitary group, where it was reconfigured to serve as a hospital ship. It was destroyed when it ran out of fuel and fell into range of the pursuing Supremacy.[3]

In 35 ABY,[5] Nebulon-C escort frigates were part of a fleet assembled by Lando Calrissian to assist the Resistance during the battle against the Sith Eternal forces over the planet Exegol.[4]

Behind the scenes[]

The Nebulon-C frigate appears in the 2017 Star Wars saga film Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi.

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