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We combed the Star Wars galaxy for the most spectacular ships, from the Millenium Falcon to the Razor Crest. Some of the sci-most fi’s iconic spacecraft can be found in the original trilogy, prequels, and beyond, so we pitted them against one other in terms of size, speed, and weaponry, if any. Click through the photographs to see our list of the coolest, deadliest, and most famous Star Wars spacecraft.
Imperial-era TIE fighter
This neat number, first seen in Star Wars: A New Hope, is one of the smallest craft listed here, measuring only 30 feet (9 meters). But size is irrelevant when you have laser cannons, proton torpedoes, and iconic staying power.
According to StarWars.com, these bent-winged assassins, shown in Return of the Jedi’s Battle of Endor and measuring 31 feet (9.6 meters) in length, are the “faster and better-armed [descendants]” of the Imperial TIE fighter.
A fighter with an A-wing
This swift, 31-foot-long (9.6-meter) twin-engine vehicle is a keeper, employed by both the Rebels and the Resistance in Return of the Jedi. It’s faster than a TIE interceptor, according to StarWars.com.
Infiltrator of the Sith
Darth Maul knows his way around a lightsaber – and a spacecraft. This unique spacecraft from Star Wars: The Force Awakens replaces your laser gun with a cloaking device and, according to Wookieepedia, “experimental ion engines.”
Slave No. 1
The seismic charges emitted by Jango Fett’s ship in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones are deadly, sonically unnerving, and all-around amazing.
Dreadnought of the Separatists
This hawk-nosed, angry-faced battleship from Count Dooku’s Separatist fleet is a frightening fixture of the Clone Wars, measuring approximately 7,200 feet (2,200 meters) in length (and first seen in episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars).
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Beauty alone isn’t enough. This drab but clearly formidable battleship slams an Empire Star Destroyer into another Star Destroyer in Rogue One’s climactic Battle of Scarif, delivering an early victory to the Rebellion. Also, you must try to play this What Star Wars Ship Are You quiz.
This mega-sized, mega-weaponized, Mega-class Star Destroyer from Star Wars: The Last Jedi is yet another example of bad guy power – and impotence. Supreme Leader Snoke’s supposedly invincible and impeccably art-directed ship, more than three times the length of the Executor, is literally torn in half by the Resistance’s Raddus.
Millennium Falcon of Lando Calrissian
In Solo: A Star Wars Story, we see the Falcon as it was when the cape-clad Calrissian owned and managed it. This model of the ship is bright and clean, with a non-bifurcated nose. It’s also quick (though not as fast as Han Solo will make during the Kessel Run).
The Resistance’s MC85 Star Cruiser is no match for TIE fighters in Last Jedi, which demolish Leia’s bridge and kill Admiral Ackbar. However, when Vice Admiral Holdo leads the Raddus on a hyperdrive-powered suicide mission against the First Order’s significantly larger, vastly more militarized Supremacy, the Resistance ship triumphs.
TIE fighter from the First Order
This ship may resemble the TIE fighter employed by the Imperials in the first three Star Wars films, but the First Order’s version, first shown in Force Awakens, is distinct, according to StarWars.com. It’s more advanced, more lethal, and overall more potent.
If you landed this 62,000-foot-long (19,000-meter) Super Star Destroyer in New York City, “it would occupy most of Manhattan,” according to Yahoo’s calculations. However, it appears that the Empire’s overkill does not apply to shields. In Return of the Jedi, it is knocked out by a rogue Rebel pilot and crashes into the Death Star.
Silencer for the TIE
This dangerous ship is longer and sleeker than a TIE interceptor, measuring more than 55 feet (17 meters). It slashes through space like a set of steak knives — a set of incredibly fast steak knives — under the deft guidance of Kylo Ren in The Last Jedi.
Attack Cruiser of the Republic
This over 3,800-foot-long (1,155-meter) warhorse made its debut in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, looking battle-hardened. When you have 50 or more laser weapons, 7,400 crew members, and 200 or more starfighters, you don’t get called in for peace missions.
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TIE fighter piloted by Darth Vader
This legendary ship is a TIE Advanced x1, according to Wookieepedia. However, StarWars.com is more direct: It can only be identified by the name of its pilot. And we can’t argue with the fact that this is Darth Vader’s TIE fighter, the one he flies into the pits of the Death Star – and into film history – in Star Wars: A New Hope.
The Invisible Hand
Anakin Skywalker kills Count Dooku on Emperor Palpatine’s command on this predator, capable of launching 20 squadrons of droid starfighters, in Revenge of the Sith, and moves progressively closer to the evil side. The ship is 3,280 feet (1,000 meters) in length.
Darth Vader’s approximately 5,250-foot-long (1,600-meter) Imperial-class Star Destroyer, manned by 40,000 crew, delivers the first jaw-dropping scene in the original Star Wars, swooping above us in pursuit of the comparatively diminutive Tantive IV.
Kylo Ren’s and General Hux’s flagship voyage in Force Awakens and Last Jedi is near twice the length of an Imperial-class Star Destroyer at 9,500 feet (2,915 meters). But it’s her weapons that really elevate this war cruiser to the next level: The Finalizer, according to the book Star Wars: The Force Awakens — Incredible Cross-Sections, has over 1,500 turbo lasers and ion guns.
The X-wing fighter
As the all-too-mortal Executor demonstrates, size is not the be-all and end-all. This small (41-foot, 12.5-meter-long) Rebel spitfire gets the job done in the first Star Wars film when one of its proton torpedoes destroys the Death Star under the command of Luke Skywalker.
Millennium Falcon of Han Solo
There’s a reason this replica of the ship is the main attraction of Disney Parks’ Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge: The Experience. It is the star attraction of the Star Wars universe, battered or not. What it lacks in size (it’s only 115 feet, or 35 meters long) it more than makes up for in swagger, longevity, and evasive maneuvering skills. Despite numerous attempts, Han’s modified ride is uncatchable. The Falcon is widely recognized as one of the fastest spacecraft not only in the Star Wars world but also in the entire sci-fi universe.
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