Mirror Universe Vor'cha Battle Cruiser
The Mirror Universe Vor'cha Battle Cruiser is a Brigadier General (Tier 5) level Klingon Battle Cruiser. This Mirror Universe version favors science Bridge Officer seating more than the Prime Universe version does.
Vor'cha classVor'cha class was the main attack cruiser of the Klingon Defense Force during the mid-24th century. One of the first Klingon cruisers to deviate from the classic design of vessels like the K't'inga class or D7 class, the Vor'cha has a forked forward section housing the main forward battery. The command section is further back and the neck thicker to accommodate more crew quarters and internal systems.
Vor'Kang classC-Store for 1500 .
Tor'Kaht classVo'Quv carrier. This costume is only unlocked by obtaining the Tor'Kaht class from the Fleet store, or by having purchased the Tor'Kaht skin from the C-Store for the Vor'cha class prior to Season 6.
The Mirror Universe Vor'cha Battle Cruiser performs very similarly to the Prime Universe Vor'cha Battle Cruiser Retrofit, with an excellent Turn Rate for such a large ship, a Cloak and 4 fore and aft weapons slots. As with all Battle Cruisers the ship has a strong Engineering focus, giving it a strong defense orientation. The difference is that the Mirror Vor'cha trades an Ensign Tactical Bridge Officer station for a Science one. While this weakens the ship's offensive power slightly, it does give the ship more access to Science powers, which could aid in boosting the ship's already impressive defensive potential.
Comparison with Equivalent Variants
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Klingon starships come with standard equipment and weapons of the lowest mark available at the ship's minimum rank. The items provided are appropriate to the type of vessel and its related playing style.
As a battle cruiser, this ship supports the following cruiser commands.
- Ability: Strategic Maneuvering
- Ability: Shield Frequency Modulation
- Ability: Weapon System Efficiency