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Star Wars and Mass Effect Ships (Neat Videos)

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1 Star Wars and Mass Effect Ships (Neat Videos) on Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:38 am

Hey guys i came across a channel on Youtube and i found two really neat videos that show the size of ships/stations from SW and ME, also in the end it compares them above real world building and cities to give you a sense of scale which is really cool, and since i am a ship nerd or something i though i would share, i hope you don't mind Razz  alien  bounce

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Here's another video from the same person comparing iconic ships from multiple franchises.

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The Normandy alongside the Constitution is a bit weird to think about, considering how relatively small the Normandy always felt in comparison to the Constitution.

I also can't be the only person who always thought the Droid Carriers from SW were unnecessarily large.


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Well, the droid carriers were re-purposed trade ships, and the biggest military ship, USS Theodore Roosevelt has 106k tonnes, but there are 40+ cargo ships with 150k+ tonnes.

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The Lorerunner wrote:The Normandy alongside the Constitution is a bit weird to think about, considering how relatively small the Normandy always felt in comparison to the Constitution.  

I also can't be the only person who always thought the Droid Carriers from SW were unnecessarily large.  

Droid carriers have got to carry invasion armies and goods so it seems ok to me.

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