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Ragnarök-class Dreadnaught
Production information
Manufacturer

Reyes-McLees Shipyards

Model

BDG

Class

Dreadnaught

Technical specifications
Length

6530 metres

Width

1560 metres

Height/depth

785 metres

Engine unit(s)

Plasma Fusion Drive

Slipspace Drive

Shaw-Fujikawa Model 52

Slipspace velocity

912 light years per day

Shielding

Grade 10 shield

Hull
  • Laminated shell
  • Layers of titanium
  • Layers of AEGIS
  • Thermal energy absorbing layers
  • Kinetic absorbing layers
  • Aero gel layer
Sensor systems
  • AN/SPY-9 PAVE HOUND Active Electronically Scanned Array RADAR
  • AN/SPY-7 PAVE SAW Radio Telescope
  • AN/SSS-19 SAFEGUARD Electromagnetic Array
  • AN/SSS-19 REARGUARD Electromagnetic Array
  • AN/SLS-12 HORNET LIDAR
  • AN/SVS-68 Optical Telescope
  • AN/SAS-67 Infra-red Telescope
  • AN/SSQ-23 Sensor Network
Targeting systems

Multispectrum Optical AI assisted camera network

Navigation system

AI assisted Slipspace 'MAZE' directional router

  • AI/Manual driven computer supported pilot systems
Avionics

AI Assisted ADIS

  • MASER communications dish
  • Slipspace LASER communication system
  • War Net Integrated computer
Countermeasures
Armament
Usage
Affiliation

United Nations Space Command

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"Fate of the Gods"
―Motto of the UNSC Ragnarök


The Ragnarök-class Dreadnaught was the successor to the failed Titan-class Dreadnought. After the Titan-class was consigned to mothballing, the Ragnarök entered production. While more lightly armed compared to its contemporary, the fearsome Ragnarök was faster, outfitted with exotic sensors, and armed with new generation gravimetric armour. Generally regarded as better equipped, more popular with crews, and more reliable, these ships would go on to become one of the most important vessels of the UNSC Navy, leading key elements of the UNSC. As a twist of fate, high demand for The Raganrök lead to the surviving Titan-class, the UNSC Preston J. Cole, being refit for service, eclipsing the Ragnarök in combat performance. Even so, the Ragnarök would perform admirably on every front, forcing the Covenant to come to terms with the fact they no longer ruled the stars.

UNSC Comments

"It looks like a Covenant ship, and shielded like one too. Why didn't we have these earlier?"

"I remember when the Whitcomb got hit at Doisac, she was left a mess, crippled and broken, she never fought again. That was a single energy projector hit. This however, is no longer a problem."

Ships of the line

Block 1

  • UNSC Ragnarök (Class namesake)
  • UNSC Sovereign
  • UNSC Monarch
  • UNSC Terra
  • UNSC Retribution
  • UNSC Hood

Block 2 (Aesir-class)

Block 3 (Olympian-class)

Warships of the UNSCDF Navy

Stealth Vessels
Minerva-class Prowler | Cerberus-class Strike Prowler | Obsidian-class Heavy Prowler | Reckoning-class Attack Prowler | Scáthach-class Command Prowler | Nyx-class Sloop | Auriga-class Light Prowler | Crux-class Sub-Prowler

Light Craft

Raven-class Assault Shuttle | Wyvren-class Light Corvette | Durham-class Corvette | Romulus-class Heavy Corvette | Saint Elisa-class Cutter | Nemesis-class Sloop

Frigates

Vanguard-class Light Frigate | Rivia-class Frigate | Griffin-class Frigate | Heimdall-class Frigate | Jaeger-class Frigate | Helios-class Heavy Frigate | Ronin-class Stealth Frigate

Destroyers

Oberon-class Light Destroyer | Indra-class Destroyer | Platinum-class Destroyer | Centurion-class Hunter-Killer Destroyer | Revanchist-class Picket Destroyer | Ferrus-class Heavy Destroyer | Raijin-class Escort Destroyer | Tyne-class Command Destroyer

Cruisers

Artemis-class Scout Cruiser | Tempest-class Light Cruiser | Valkyrie-class Light Cruiser | Thermopylae-class Cruiser | Delphinus-class Cruiser | Cannae-class Cruiser | Sentinel-class Anti-Aircraft Cruiser | Victoria-class Heavy Cruiser | Reach-class Heavy Cruiser | Athena-class Command Cruiser | Talion-class Battlecruiser | Keyes-class Battlecruiser | Andraste-class Strike Cruiser | Bishamonten-class Assault Cruiser

Carriers

Endeavour-class Assault Ship | Iskander-class Light Carrier | Argo-class Assault Carrier | Astraeus-class Support Carrier | Bastion-class Carrier | Odin-class Carrier | Damocles-class Heavy Carrier | Pendragon-class Super Carrier | Sol-class Command Carrier

Battleships

Cavalier-class Fast Battleship | Kataphrakt-class Battleship | Archangel-class Arsenal Ship | Titan-class Dreadnought | Ragnarök-class Dreadnaught

Special Vessels

Hyperion-class Drone Ship | Hellfire-class Drone Ship

Support Ships

Aether-class Science Vessel | Dawn-class Exploration Vessel | Luna-class Research Vessel | Diomedes-class Combat Supply Ship | Exile-class Armed Transport | Werewolf-class Q-Ship | Hecate-class Tender | Briareos-class Troop Carrier | Vulcan-class Repair Ship | Demeter-class Agriculture Ship | Ysionris Jeromi-class Hospital Ship | Atlas-class Cargo Ship | Ebon-class Fast transport Ship | Gigantes-class Tug | Odysseus-class Colony Ship

Mobile Battle Station

UNSC Lord Hood

Orbital Stations

Oranos-class Orbital Defense Platform | Kronos-class Command Platform | Hestia-class Medical Platform | Ptah-class Repair Platform | Hephaestus-class Supply Platform | Gaia-class Colony Platform

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