Ships of the Fleet 

Last Updated June 24, 2007
Komo Val Battleship


Klingon Empire
Class Capital Ship
Availability Restricted Deployment (10%)
In Service 2275
Out of Service n/a
Source FASA Star Trek Starship Tactical Combat Simulator
Author Paul Brown & Tyrel Lohr
Last Updated December 12, 2002
Komo Val Battleship

The Komo Val Battleship was the largest Klingon warship of its time. These mammoth ships were commissioned into service prior to the testing of the Federation Excelsior Cruiser. For a short period of time, the Komo Val shifted the balance of power along the Klingon/Federation border in the Klingon's favor.

The raw economic cost of the Komo Val Battleship limited their production runs and curbed the desire to produce the Komo Vals in mass quantities. This fact would later come back to haunt the Klingon Empire, as the Federation successfully streamlined the production process of their own Excelsior Cruisers allowing them to be produced in great numbers. In one-on-one battles the Komo Val was superior to the Excelsior, but with Excelsior Cruisers outnumbering Komo Vals two or three to one rendered their combat effectiveness greatly diminished over their first years in service.

The Komo Val Battleship was kept in service, but it was eventually replaced by the Vor'Cha Attack Cruiser - a warship that could be built in large quantities for a reasonable cost. Very few Komo Val Battleships remain in service. Those that due are operated by house fleets.

Ship Control Sheet(s):
Komo Val Battleship - SCS
 Restricted Deployment (10%)
Komo Var Torpedo Battlecruiser - SCS
 Uncommon Variant
Related Entries:
Excelsior Cruiser
K'el r'ianda Battleship
Vor'Cha Attack Cruiser
Design Notes:
No Design Notes Available

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