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Akkrev Heavy Cruiser

Owner

Tholian Assembly
Class Heavy Combat Vessel
Availability Unlimited Deployment
In Service 2233
Out of Service 2318
Source Star Fleet Battles
Author Tyrel Lohr
Last Updated January 18, 2004
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Description:
The Akkrev Heavy Cruiser served as one of the Tholian’s strongest cruisers for nearly one hundred years of their history. A durable starship, the Akkrev’s hull resembles the merging of two of their patrol frigates. This cruiser was originally equipped with four medium phasers but upgrades to phase concentrators as soon as that weapon became available.

To move the Akkrev would appear an unassuming cruiser hull. The lack of ballistic weaponry, too, limits the range of attack available to the Akkrev. Looks can be deceiving. The ship’s strong armor allows it to survive the hail of torpedo fire from its enemies, and the combined firepower of a maximum yield phase concentrator shot can devastate most Tholian opponents.

The Akkrev class was finally retired with the introduction of newer, more capable combat craft. The direct descendent of the Akkrev lineage is the Obsidian Strike Cruiser, a vessel just as fearsome as the Akkrev. Some Akkrev’s were sold off to independent Tholian enclaves where they came to serve as planetary guard units or priority couriers.

Ship Control Sheet(s):
Akkrev Heavy Cruiser - SCS
 Unlimited Deployment
 
This ship is included in the:
Ships of the Fleet: Tholian Assembly
Ship Archive
   
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Design Notes:
This ship is based on a vessel from Star Fleet Battles, though the stats likely don't match up much at all.


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