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K'Targha Escort Battlecruiser

Owner

Klingon Empire
Class Heavy Combat Vessel
Availability Common Variant
In Service 2360
Out of Service n/a
Source Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Author Tyrel Lohr
Last Updated December 12, 2002
K'Targha Escort Battlecruiser
Description:

In the latter half of the 24th Century, the Klingon Empire saw fit to begin upgrading several of their aging designs with new technologies. In particular, the K'T'inga Battlecruiser saw many different modifications and upgrades to lengthen their service lives. One such variant is the K'Targha Escort Battlecruiser.

Exchanging its heavy photon torpedo for a heavy disruptor and its aft photon torpedo for another medium disruptor, the all-beam K'Targha serves as heavy escorts for Vor'Cha Attack Cruisers in the field. The K'Targha battlecruisers are cheap and expandable by Klingon terms and more than adequate for screening for larger capital ships.


Ship Control Sheet(s):
K'T'inga Battlecruiser - SCS
 Unlimited Deployment
 
K'T'amar Torpedo Cruiser - SCS
 Uncommon Variant
 
Kronos One Command Cruiser - SCS
 Unique Variant
 
K'Targha Escort Battlecruiser - SCS
 Common Variant
 
   
Related Entries:
K'T'inga Battlecruiser
Vor'Cha Attack Cruiser
 
Design Notes:


In some episodes of DS9, Klingon battlecruisers were seen firing red beams from their torpedo ports. The K'Targha covers this CGI error and offers players a pretty nice
all-beam K'T'inga variant. The exchange of long range fire power for short range punch and better shielding can be worth it.



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