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I've mimicked the Hyperion layout design, since the ship more or less functions the same in SMS. Don't have time to create a full article right now, but as another user created it as a stub, had to salvage it.--Hawki (talk) 03:28, November 10, 2014 (UTC)

Why was my Solarite edit removed? that was in the Blizard release, and it was already cited in that line, as it came from the same source. --Zebulander (talk) 04:52, November 11, 2014 (UTC)

"As you complete missions, you’ll find opportunities to gather solarite which will enable you to power up your ship and unlock new abilities."
That's the only solarite mention. Your edit claimed that the solarite was necessary for the ship to function. The only data in the source is that the solarite is used to give the ship more power/abilities (which is covered in gameplay).--Hawki (talk) 05:02, November 11, 2014 (UTC)

--69.178.5.238 05:34, November 11, 2014 (UTC) Sorry, didn't see that. I'm still learning the ropes of wikis :)

Deploy Talander[]

shouldn't we put in information how it displays as "Deploy Fenix" before talander chooses his name? GoldenApple NB (talk) 20:45, November 19, 2015 (UTC)

Dimensions[]

We have official dimensions confirmed by sources other then the Nimitz comparison (Carrier comparison and Field Guide) Due to this I changed the description to "length" rather then " more massive" considering length is the correct term. Its a sci-fi brainbug lots of authors have to use length as the sole factor of ships size, excluding the other two dimensions. Its correct if the math is done, so leave it. Nolanstar (talk) 04:03, October 23, 2017 (UTC)

If we're talking about the carrier comparison, that's relative rather than absolute size. If we're talking about the field guide, it only gives length. Maybe you could include height as there's the 74km scale, but not width.
But as it's using a tweet, it's better to use the terminology that's given to us, namely "as large" (a.k.a. "size"). If it was only the length of a Nimitz, that doesn't say anything about height or width.--Hawki (talk) 04:09, October 23, 2017 (UTC)
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