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Lictor-class dungeon ship
Production information
Manufacturer
Model

Lictor-class dungeon ship

Class

Dungeon ship

Technical specifications
Length

764 meters

Hyperdrive rating

Equipped

Navigation system

Limited to two consecutive hyperspace jumps

Armament
Crew

860

Minimum crew

370

Passengers
  • 400 security wardens
  • 9,000 prisoners
    • 8,000 in standard cells
    • 1,000 in special holding cells
Cargo capacity

1,500 metric tons

Consumables

2 months

Usage
Role(s)
Era(s)
Affiliation

Galactic Empire

"We're in an Imperial dungeon ship… the kind they used to transport Jedi Knights during the Clone Wars… and it looks like we've reached our destination!"
Luke Skywalker to R2-D2[src]

The Lictor-class dungeon ship, also known as an Imperial dungeon ship, was a versatile warship and mobile prison based on a design used by the Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders during the Mandalorian Wars. The design proved resilient enough that it was still in use nearly four thousand years after its conception.

CharacteristicsEdit

Dungeon ship holding cell
A Force-sensitive holding cell on board a dungeon ship.

The models used by the Galactic Empire were equipped with universal energy cages, holding cells, drop bays, and sparring chambers where Dark Side Adepts could battle captive Jedi. They were designed to intimidate, and gained a reputation for never returning a captive who entered them. Guard droids were used to help prevent Jedi escapes.

In order to ensure that prisoners couldn't revolt and commandeer a vessel, their navicomps only were able to hold two sets of coordinates, the home base and the destination, and so could only go to those locations.

Though the Lictor class wasn't manufactured for combat, it did possess 10 quad turbolaser batteries and two tractor beam projectors for self defense.

In addition to the MandalMotors design, there was also the scaled down Kiltirin-class, manufactured by Rendili StarDrive.

HistoryEdit

ImperialDungeonShip1
An Imperial dungeon ship.

The Lictor-class was used to transport normal and Force-sensitive prisoners, such as captured Jedi Knights during the height of the Great Jedi Purge following the Clone Wars. The Revelator was dispatched to accompany Inquisitor Valin Draco on a mission to the Cularin system, not long after the end of the Clone Wars.[1]

During the aftermath of the Imperial Civil War in 10 ABY, Jedi Master Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 were transported on an Imperial dungeon ship to Byss, the secret throne world of the "reborn" Emperor Palpatine. By that time, a dungeon ship could be purchased for 7.8 million credits.

Behind the scenesEdit

Star Wars: Republic: Dreadnaughts of Rendili indicates that the dungeon ships were refitted from Dreadnaught-class heavy cruisers captured during the Battle of Rendili. These were based on a Mandalorian design similar to Lictor-class dungeon ships, and so converted into them.

AppearancesEdit

SourcesEdit


Rendili starship classes
Transports
Dwarf Star-class freighter · Field Secured Container Vessel
Katarn-class boarding shuttle · Kiltirin-class dungeon ship
Lictor-class dungeon ship · Starlight-class light freighter
Space stations
Bavos-I heavy-duty military space platform · Bavos-II heavy-duty military space platform
Derilyn Space Defense Platform · FireStar-class orbital defense station
Space Dock · Type I Light Duty Space Defense Platform
Starfighters
LT-9000 Interceptor
Patrol ships
Imperial Customs Frigate
Corvettes
Light corvette
Cruisers
Assault Frigate Mark II · Battle Horn-class bulk cruiser
Invincible-class Dreadnaught Heavy Cruiser · Dreadnaught-class heavy cruiser
Neutron Star-class bulk cruiser · Vainglorious-class cruiser
Star Destroyers
Republic-class Star Destroyer · Victory I-class Star Destroyer
Victory II-class Star Destroyer
Battleships
Rendili battleship
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