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Star Wars Ship Classes
The hint will be a description of a ship and your answer will be the name of the class* of the ship.
*According to the canon tab on Wookieepedia.
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This star destroyer's distinctive triangular shape made it a symbol of the Empire's iron-fisted rule.
This light cruiser's triangular shape is reminiscent of its larger counterpart. It was first used by the Republic and then adopted by the Empire.
This Corellian-made cruiser was used widely by the people of the galaxy, but was most notably used by the Empire. It could carry two TIE fighters on its underbelly, or even two AT-ATs.
This huge star dreadnought was the largest ship class that the Empire ever put into service.
This star destroyer was used most notably by the Republic. it was phased out after the rise of the Empire.
This Republic assault ship was unique because of its ability to land on planets, despite its size.
This huge battleship was deployed by the Trade Federation in the blockade of Naboo.
This star frigate was used widely by the Separatists during the Clone Wars.
This separatist dreadnought was notable for being the flagship of General Grievous during the Battle of Coruscant.
This heavy cruiser was rare in the separatist fleets because it carried two high-tech mega ion cannons on either side.
This corvette's more common name was "hammerhead" based on the shape of its bow and that it could ram other ships while taking minimal damage.
This resistance ship was commonly known as a bunkerbuster.
This cargo frigate was used by the resistance and was seen in the Battle of D'Qar.
The First Order heavily based the design of this star destroyer on its Imperial predecessor.
This First Order siege dreadnought was equipped with two huge orbital bombardment cannons.
One of the largest star dreadnoughts ever built. Served as Supreme Leader Snoke's flagship.
This star destroyer was used by the Final Order and it had the capability to destroy planets with an axial superlaser.
This starfighter was used by the Separatists. It was an autonomous drone fighter that could walk on its four "legs".
This larger droid starfighter was used as a bomber by the separatists.
This short-range transport shuttle was used by the separatists.
This Republic starfighter was more commonly known as the v-wing.
This interceptor model was used by the Jedi Order during the beginning of the Clone Wars and had a distinctive triangular shape.
This interceptor model was used by the Jedi order during the end of the Clone Wars and was considered to be a predecessor to the Imperial TIE fighter.
This popular Imperial shuttle had 3 large wings, two of which could fold up during landing.
This rare Imperial shuttle model was notably used as Director Orson Krennic's personal shuttle.
This heavy cargo shuttle had two forked wings and was used by the Rogue One team to infiltrate Scarif.
This First Order shuttle was used by Kylo Ren as his command shuttle
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