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This cruiser[1] was a type of Mon Calamari starship that was part of the Mon Cala Imperial Trade Fleet and was above the planet Mon Cala during a mission undertaken by a Rebel Alliance team led by Leia Organa.[3] The cruiser was later part of the fleet's mutiny to the Alliance to Restore the Republic.[2]

History[edit | edit source]

Vanden Willard's cruiser being fired upon

General Vanden Willard commanded a cruiser of this model after the mutiny on Mon Cala. It had been modified with technology from Shu-Torun. Eventually, after the Alliance celebrated the gathering of this fleet, Willard prepared his cruiser to jump to hyperspace, but the technology given to the rebellion was inoperable, including Willard's cruiser's hyperdrive. Darth Vader's Death Squadron arrived and destroyed Willard's cruiser, killing him and his entire crew.[1]

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Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

The 2014 fan design in question.

The Mon Calamari cruiser first appeared, albeit unnamed, in the 2018 canon comic, Star Wars 44, written by Kieron Gillen and illustrated by Salvador Larroca.[3] The design for the starship appears to be entirely identical to a fan-made design from 2014, by an artist with the username "Jonathan" on 3Dwarehouse.sketchup.com. The fan-made 3D model of the vessel contains features that are visually identical to those on the comic art. The work is titled as "Croiseur Mon Calamari MC90 — Forme 3."[4]

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Notes and references[edit | edit source]

Alliance to Restore the Republic starship classes
Space stations
FireStar II-class · Harbor-class · Mk IX
Battleships & battlecruisers
Lucrehulk-class · Maelstrom-class · MC80 (MC80A Home One Type · MC80 Liberty Type)
Cruisers
Dreadnought-class · Marsheem-class · MC75 (MC75 Armored · MC75 Ordnance) · Neutron Star-class · Quasar Fire-class · Unidentified cruiser · Unidentified cruiser 1 · Unidentified cruiser 2 · Unidentified cruiser 3 · Unidentified starship
Frigates
Assault Frigate Mark II · DP20 · EF76 Nebulon-B · MC30C · Munificent-class Comms · Pelta-class (Pelta-class Assault · Pelta-class Command)
Light cruisers
L-2783 · MC40A
Corvettes
Alderaanian diplomatic cruiser (CR70 · CR90) · Braha'tok-class · Free Virgillia-class · Sphyrna-class Hammerhead (Hammerhead Scout · Hammerhead Torpedo)
Transports
Ainik-class · Caisson-class · CSS-1 Corellian Star Shuttle · GR-75 medium transport (GR-75 Combat Retrofit) · Jadthu-class · Unidentified Rebel Alliance vessel
Light craft
E-50 · HAET-221 · HWK-290 · Kom'rk-class · Lambda-class T-4a · LAAT/i · Sheathipede-class · T-1 · Taylander · Unidentified Rebel Alliance shuttle · UT-60D U-wing · VCX series (VCX-100) · Wayfarer-class · X4 Gunship · Y-45 · YT-series (YT-1300 · YT-1760 · YT-2400) · YV-series (YV-666 · YV-929)
Starfighters & bombers
A/SF-01 B-wing · ARC-170 · Alpha-class Xg-1 · BTL Y-wing (BTL-A4 Y-wing · BTL-S3 Y-wing) · Delta-7 Aethersprite-class · Fang-class · H-60 Tempest · IE-440 Nighthawk · Kihraxz · N-1 · A-wing (R-22 Spearhead · RZ-1 A-wing · RZ-1T) · Scurrg H-6 · T-47 · X-wing (Patrol X-wing · T-65B X-wing (Exterior Variant /1 · Exterior Variant /2) · T-65C-A2 X-wing) · VCX-series auxiliary · Z-95 Headhunter · Z-95-AF4 Headhunter
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