THE FIRST SANTIAGO-CLASS CORVETTE AND A FOURTH (!) BATTLECRUISER JOIN THE FLEET
Following the distraction of Frostgrave, I have been returning to the Dropfleet Commander with some fervour, perhaps inspired by the new Experimental Rules released by Hawk and definitely influenced by the release of the Santiago-class Corvettes.
Last time you may have seen my second Battleship and third Battle Cruiser, and now I have finished the first of six Santiago-class Corvettes and the final, fourth Battle Cruiser.
Onto the pictures!
|The latest additions to the Battlefleet|
|The vessel is accompanied by a pair of attendant escorts|
|The UCMS Rocinante is one of the flagships of Battlefleet Carthage, a vessel of some repute|
|Now an outdated class of Battle Cruiser (the Avalon-class now replaced by the Perth-class), the Rocinante maintains an impressive record and serves with distinction|
|The Santiago-class Corvette|
|A striking missile array dominates the wings of the ship|
|The four smallest Corvette variants operating in Battlefleet Carthage|
|Alongside the Toulon-class Frigate, the Santiago is an impressive size, albeit comparatively fragile|
|The four Battle Cruisers of Strike Group Cervantes - the Rocinante, Black Philip, Dulcinea and Scopuli|
|The UCMS Rocinante and the Black Philip, with their attendant escorts ships|
|The two Avalon-class Battle Cruisers, with their impressive Burnthrough Lasers|
|The Rocinante, Sirocco and Scopuli on patrol|