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Alright, is this ship a Providence-Class - which it matches perfectly- or this Separatist Dreadnaught which it is identified as on different pages. Or are they both the same, and the Dreadnaught designation is just a shortened nickname? If so, then shouldn't the separatist Dreadnaught page be deleted? HELP ME OUT HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anomaly Master 98 17:32, March 24, 2010 (UTC)
This is an issue currently open to debate. My stance on the issue is that Trench's ship is just a Providence-class ship and that the term "Separatist dreadnaught" has been incorrectly associated with this ship. On the |talk page for the Separatist dreadnaught, I have laid out numerous points for my case. Please read it. Even if my case is proven false, Trench's ship can still be considered a Providence-class variant, similar to how Grievous's Recusant-class light destroyer is considered a Recusant-class variant.--R.Werner 05:02, March 25, 2010 (UTC)
when I saw this episode, I thought it was a scaled down version of the Subjucator class but I suppose it could be based on the Providence class. —Unsigned comment by184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs).
So, we have confirmation. The episode guide says it is a dreadnaught and one of the image of the ship from the slideshows scales it against a Munificent-class frigate, revealing it to be larger than the standard Providence, quite contrary to my original belief. However, it is in controvertible that the dreadnaught design is based on the Providence-class. I do hope that they eventually make models of the standard Providence (and Recusant) for use in the series. I suppose the larger variants could be stepping stones toward that end.--R.Werner 18:48, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
It is notable that there is one single and common reason why the Recusant variant and the Providence variant are as large as they are: they re-use the bridge of the Munificent, which is much larger than the intended bridges of either the Recusant or the Providence. In order to keep the ships from looking horribly out of proportion to the re-used bridge, the ships are scaled-up so that the Munificent bridge falls into the same subjective size as the ship's original/intended bridge. This is rightly the ONLY reason why these ships appear bigger than their movie counterparts. Essentially, it boils down to laziness(or efficiency if looking on the positive side) on the part of Lucasfilm. Arvis1804 05:36, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
It's not confirmed to be either a Providence or a Recusant, and this discussion is unneeded and irrelevant per the talk page policy. CC7567(talk) 05:38, June 5, 2010 (UTC)