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Name[edit source]

Where does Indictor-class come from? The Chronicles section on the KotOR II site, and the KotOR strategy guide calls it Interdictor-class - Kwenn

  • Do you mean it's manufacturer? If so, the strategy guide says that it was Sienar Fleet Systems...a company which wouldn't exist for another four thousand years. -- SFH 15:31, 22 Dec 2005 (UTC)
    • No, he's talking about the name. It looks funny to me too. Like somebody was trying to type "Interdictor" but accidentally left out a few letters. JimRaynor55 15:39, 22 Dec 2005 (UTC)
      • Yes, the name. It's just been moved to this new page, and I wondered if we had a source for it - Kwenn
        • Me too. Don't know about the strategy guide, but it's Interdictor-class in the chronicles. - Sikon [Talk] 17:00, 22 Dec 2005 (UTC)
          • Hmm, I thought the Prima guide said Indictor, OPh well.
            • Actually, SFS (although called Republic SS at the time) was around long before KOTOR; they built capital ships in 5000 BBY for E. Teta; so there's no reason it couldn't have made these.JustinGann 17:09, 23 Dec 2005 (UTC)
              • We should move this to Interdictor-class then. BTW, is it really called "Star Cruiser" in official sources? JimRaynor55 19:28, 27 Dec 2005 (UTC)
                • The official guide calls it Interdictor-class Cruiser and a Hyperspace Interdiction Cruiser - Kwenn
                  • OK, thanks. I guess this page should be moved to "Interdictor-class Cruiser" then. JimRaynor55 21:53, 27 Dec 2005 (UTC)
                    • I have a problem with the fact that it has the same capabilities of the Immobilizer Cruiser from the Imperial era. In Outbound Flight, it was clearly stated that neither the Republic nor anyone else in known space was able to break the scientific barriers and create such a ship or device (except the Vagaari who resided in the Unknown Regions). Therefore, I find it hard to believe that this ship was capable of such.--Kavin Rhysode 16:26, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Corellian shipyards[edit source]

  • If the Interdictor-class are built in the Corellian Shipyards, does that make them CEC ships? Or does it mean that Sienar are a Corellian company?
  • As near as I can make out, it's only the Santhe family that comes from Lianna, though Republic Sienar Systems/Sienar Fleet Systems is implied to be based on Corulag in The Far Orbit Project. I kinda like the idea that TIEs are Corellian, though—and I guess that that would make the Immobilizer 418 and the Vindicator into "big Corellian ships". *grin* --McEwok 15:43, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

Picture[edit source]

has anyone got a better picture of the interdictor class? Unsigned comment by Admiralsith (talk • contribs).

Compared to Victory II-class Star Destroyer[edit source]

"Despite the timespan between designs, the Interdictor-class cruiser was comparable in power to an Imperial Victory II-class Star Destroyer with all the advantages of the Immobilizer 418 cruiser and served a role similar to that of the more modern Star Destroyer designs." So this 600m long heavy cruiser from 4000 years before the Galactic Civil War is comparable to a modern 900m long Victory II with all the advantages of a 600m Immobilizer 418, despite having only 5 medium Turbolaser cannon batteries and 6 light Point-defense laser cannon batteries? For reference, a standard Victory II has 20 Quad turbolaser batteries, 40 Double heavy turbolaser batteries, and 20 Ion cannons. This seems a bit... skewed. This wouldn't be the first time a reference book made a mistake about a ship model. Thoughts? Amethyst 22:15, April 4, 2011 (UTC)

  • I, for one, completely agree with you. If it matters. --Darth Ultimatum 13:44, August 22, 2011 (UTC)

I know this is an old post, but I would also like some clarification as to what this comparable in power means because I don't see how it makes sense...unless it is taking about the thrusters maybe?.Wolfscar45 (talk) 16:20, September 27, 2013 (UTC)

Dorsal and ventral portions of the ship[edit source]

Hey, does anyone know why the Interdictor is split into two parts? I have absolutely no friggin clue, and I can't think of any logical reason for a giant, gaping hole in the middle of a ship. Thanks!-- 02:45, May 10, 2012 (UTC)

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