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Some Rayter-class transport interpretations
https://community.fantasyflightgames.com/topic/244046-name-that-freighter-seriously-what-the-heck-is-it-even-called/

I had offset the spar at the back to make asymmetrical, and hopefully a bit more interesting. These interpretations don't offset it, and I really don't mind that at all.

 

Offline zookeeper

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Re: Some Rayter-class transport interpretations
If the ESB scene is examined closely then you can see that in the film model the spar is actually centered. So technically, the symmetrical version is more accurate. :P But I do like our invented lore for the asymmetric version.

  

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Re: Some Rayter-class transport interpretations
I don't see why both couldn't exist as separate ships, honestly.  Bobbtmann's version is great, but I certainly wouldn't mind a symmetrical, accurate ship as well.

 

Offline Frak_Tastic

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Re: Some Rayter-class transport interpretations
couldn't find the original images on the OP's lnk, but here is a better model of what I presume was the movie prop:

http://boards.theforce.net/threads/what-other-ships-did-the-rebels-have-at-the-time-of-anh.50042749/