The Length of 126m that appears in the databank i think makes reference to the smaller "Sundered heart" type Corvette (CR-70).. not the good old CR90 wich is 150m
- I think so, too, but there is no proof. At the very least I'd remove the figure as suspect, since the Databank entry lumps the CR70 and CR90 together. --PreviouslyOn24 (talk) 19:39, December 5, 2016 (UTC)
Yes, the length reference is a reference to a CR70 class ship. The CR90 should still be 150meters as the Legends site states.
The list of appearances doesn't specify which one was the first to use the name "CR90 corvette" in canon. Has it been used yet? The Databank entry lists this ship as "Alderaan cruiser", which makes it sound like that is the new official name, unless some other canon source lists otherwise. Gonkgonkgonk (talk) 15:48, May 8, 2016 (UTC)
- "Alderaan cruiser" is probably analogous to "Imperial walker"; the Rebels Facebook screenshot uses both corvette designations. Likewise, the usual "Jedi cruiser" is technically a Venator-class Star Destroyer. --PreviouslyOn24 (talk) 19:42, December 5, 2016 (UTC)
Maximum Atmospheric Speed: Edit
The speeds that are listed for most vehicles are far too slow. Most of these canon speeds were originally based off the speeds listed in the West End Games RPG rule books starting back in the mid to late 1980s. The problem is, people aren't reading the rules, they're just looking at the stats. The speed that is listed under Atmospheric Speed isn't the vehicle's maximum, but merely it's "cruising" speed. There were 4 speed categories in the game: Cruising (the listed speed), Cautious (1/2 the listed speed), High (2x listed speed), and All-Out (4x listed speed). So that 950 kph for the Corellian Corvette is it's cruising speed, it's maximum speed would be 4x that, or roughly 3800 kph! The atmospheric speeds on nearly all the ships and vehicles need to be revised. —Unsigned comment by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs).
- Do they need to be revised? Well, perhaps, but it's not ours to decide. We chronicle what canon sources say, we don't create canon.--Lelal Mekha (Audience Room) 22:06, April 15, 2017 (UTC)
Luke Skywalker mentions in Heir to the Jedi that some combat-outfitted CR90s had six dual turbolasers (page 281 in the paperback). Should this be noted as well? --Pihlkachu (talk) 04:49, January 3, 2018 (UTC)