Advanced Heavy Cruiser (T6)
52,000 (Level 60)
Overview[edit | edit source]
The Tier 6 Resolute Class Advanced Heavy Cruiser was inspired by the classic design of the Excelsior Class Advanced Heavy Cruiser. This modified Advanced Heavy Cruiser has been completely updated to the latest standards of Starfleet Engineering Corps.
Alternative Variants[edit | edit source]
|| The Excelsior class was a popular and reliable Starfleet ship used for almost a century. The first ship, the namesake U.S.S. Excelsior, was constructed in the 2280s and designed originally for a prototype of a Transwarp Drive (as seen in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock). Despite the failure of the drive, Starfleet recommissioned the Excelsior with a standard warp drive, and began producing more Excelsior-class ships to replace the aging Constitution-class.
The Excelsior-class proved to be a reliable and versatile design, and is still in active service alongside much newer ships. The Excelsior-class participated in the Dominion War and the Battle of Wolf 359.
The Excelsior-class, similar to the Constitution-class, underwent a major refit program, adding additional impulse engines, modifications to the warp nacelles, and the expansion of the engineering hull. These modifications are available in Ship Customization.
||The Excelsior class was refitted in 2290 with larger engines and an extended engineering section. The Excelsior refit was made popular by vessels such as the USS Enterprise-B as seen in Star Trek: Generations, and the USS Lakota as seen in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.|
||The Tier 6 Resolute Class Advanced Heavy Cruiser was inspired by the classic design of the Excelsior Class Advanced Heavy Cruiser. This modified Advanced Heavy Cruiser has been completely updated to the latest standards of Starfleet Engineering Corps.|
Admiralty Ship[edit | edit source]
|-25% Maintenance per EngShip|
Starship Mastery[edit | edit source]
|I||Absorptive Hull Plating|| +25 Physical Damage Resistance Rating|
+25 Kinetic Damage Resistance Rating.
|II||Rapid Repairs||Regnerates 1.25% of your maximum hull every 3 seconds in Space. Twice the amount is regenerated out of combat.|
|III||Enhanced Hull Plating|| +25 All Energy Damage Resistance Rating|
+25 Radiation Damage Resistance Rating.
|IV||Armored Hull||+10% Hull Hitpoints.|
|V||Improved Weaponized Emitters||While this trait is slotted your Aceton Beam and Overwhelm Emitters abilities cause radiation damage over time to enemies within 3km of the target.|
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Console[edit | edit source]
The Advanced Heavy Cruiser [T6] comes equipped with a [Console - Universal - Tactical Maneuvering Matrix]. This console is part of the Hot Pursuit Set. The Tactical Maneuvering Matrix makes an Advanced Heavy Cruiser even more durable and maneuverable. When activated, Pursuit Mode uses complex predictive algorithms and specialized inertia-less maneuvering thrusters to improve the ship's Speed, Turn Rate, and Damage Resistance, and the amount increases with the number of enemies in combat range. Additionally, your directed energy weapons will cripple your target's engines and maneuvering thrusters for a short time. This will dramatically reduce their turn rate and speed.
This console can only be equipped on the Resolute Advanced Heavy Cruiser and Fleet Resolute Advanced Heavy Cruiser, but can be put into any of their console slots. You may only equip one of these consoles.
The Tactical Maneuvering Matrix excels at engaging an enemy target in a "fur ball," allowing the Advanced Heavy Cruiser (T6) to get into a more favorable position and providing more armor to absorb attacks that make it pass the shields.
Cruiser Commands[edit | edit source]
As a cruiser, this ship supports the following cruiser commands.
- Ability: Strategic Maneuvering
- Ability: Shield Frequency Modulation
- Ability: Weapon System Efficiency
- Ability: Attract Fire
Standard Configuration[edit | edit source]
Federation 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.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The Resolute-class was made available on the 16th July, 2015.
- The Excelsior-class models were revamped to be closer to the ships appearances in the various Star Trek movies and television shows.