Traveling through B’omar space, The U.S.S. Voyager could reduce the length of its return journey to Earth through the Delta Quadrant by three months. Captain Kathryn Janeway entered into negotiations with the highly distrustful race to enter B’omar territory and take an easier route. This fantastic B’omar Patrol Ship was designed by Rick Sternbach, as seen in ‘The Raven‘.
Baran’s Raider starship was a 24th-century Mercenary Vessel of unknown provenance that was operated by mercenaries under the leadership of Arctus Baran. It was approximately 220 meters in length, had a crew complement of 12, and its warp engines could power it to a top speed of warp 8.7. The ship that was used for Baran’s raider started out as a design created by Ricardo Delgado for use on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
The Fesarius was an extremely large spherical starship from the 23rd century that possessed an extremely sophisticated technology. Commander Spock believed that the vessel was the same length of a mile in diameter. It was commanded by Balok, who claimed that it was the flagship of an organization called the First Federation. Despite the ship’s gigantic size, Balok was the only crew member. The Fesarius continued to remain a mystery in terms of the functions of its component parts.
- Celebrate the life and legacy of the man who brought countless Super Heroes, Super Villains and stories to life with this Patina POP! Stan Lee from Funko!
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The U.S.S. Kobayashi Maru was designed by veteran Star Trek designers John Eaves and Alex Jaeger as it was seen in JJ Abrams’ 2009 movie during the Starfleet training scenario that shares its name. The scenario is famously impossible to win – but thanks to some creative thinking from James T. Kirk, the U.S.S. Kobayashi Maru manages to fend off a Klingon attack!
It measures approximately 8.5 inches long and has been painstakingly recreated in die-cast and high-quality ABS materials. The accompanying magazine explores the detailed design and specifications of the ship, as well as the ship’s history.