Are there any known differences in canon between the Imperial-class and Imperial I-class Star Destroyers? Or is every Imperial-class we've seen thus far onscreen also an Imperial I-class? Cevan (talk) 15:13, July 20, 2015 (UTC)
- As far as I know, every Star Destroyer is simply an Imperial I-class, although I suspect it's mostly due to Lucasfilm either wanting to make things less complicated, or they're saving the name Imperial II-class Star Destroyer for later, possibly in the thirty years between Ep. VI and VII, or perhaps it's the name of the First Order Star Destroyer. Either way, it would be safer to simply state them as "Imperial-class" for now until further confirmation is provided. Comm. Boots (talk) 00:27, September 29, 2015 (UTC)
- I've been thinking about the whole Imperial I-class Star Destroyer thing, and while I previously thought it would be better to leave the Imperial-class Star Destroyers in their current categorization, it occurred to me that the current Imperial-class page is actually the name of a product line, and not an actual starship (Similar to the TIE line). Thus, it would appear that the Imperial-class name is merely an alternate name for the I-class ship. (Or in other words, it is a Star Destroyer, and the Imperial-class Star Destroyer is a categorization that the Empire used, in which the only ship under that categorization is the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer.) Comm. Boots (talk) 01:18, October 12, 2015 (UTC)
Can we please use the movie for the picture rather then the childish SW rebels model. 220.127.116.11 05:12, August 16, 2015 (UTC)Nolanstar
ADDITIONAL IMAGES NEEDED we really need a image of the star destroyers main turbolasers from star wars rebels episode secret cargo
Turbo laser Differences? Edit
How come the turbo lasers seen in Star Wars Rebels are the octuple types with 8 total in the stardestroyer but in rogue one it appears to have a different turbo laser with I believe duel barreled in the same spots but with only a total of 6 of them and you can see them in the turbo laser picture and the intimidator picture. What is up with that? - —Unsigned comment by Hoboland (talk • contribs).
- I've been wondering that myself. My theory is that Imperial II-class have the octuple style (seen in battlefront), but Thrawn wanted his fleet of Imperial Is to be upgraded, at least partially. However, this is only a theory, and to show that it isn't necessarily an error. - Tommy-Macaroni (Talk) 16:16, May 8, 2017 (UTC)
The "Siege of Lothal" scenes also show regular octuple turbolasers - as did the Rebels Visual Guide. I think it's safe to say that the artists started with an Imperial-II model, then modified it a little to make it "Imperial-I-ish" (tractor beam array) but didn't change anything else - the engines, guns, shield/sensor domes, etc are all "Imperial-II-ish" --2A00:23C5:B7CA:5100:A588:CB61:E964:5AB9 11:40, October 28, 2017 (UTC)
- If that is true, I think it is worth mentioning in the BTS section. Jaewade (talk) 17:52, October 28, 2017 (UTC)
Its clear that in star wars rebels there are two hangers on either side inside the stardestroyers main belly hanger yet in many other canon depiction of the ship they use the new hope model with either no or smaller hangers. why is that? —Unsigned comment by 335491650a (talk • contribs).
ISD 1 and 2 Fighter complementsEdit
Does any mind if I change the fighter complement from 72 TIE/ln space superiority starfighters to 72 TIE line fighters for both ISD 1s and ISD 2s due to Star Wars: TIE Fighter Deluxe Book and Model Set saying that a full attack wing consisted of six squadrons, which amounted to 72 ships, usually 48 TIE/ln space superiority starfighters, 12 TIE/sa bombers, and 12 TIE/in interceptors. Another reason is that for instance the Chimaera had 12 T/Ds in Thrawn: Alliances and Thrawn: Treason which would of replaced one of the other squadrons. Also in various comics, you see TIE Bombers and TIE Interceptors which came out from various ISDs like in the 2015 Star Wars comics and the Vader comics etc. Regards Darth Tomotron (talk) 12:57, July 30, 2019 (UTC)