The pinnacle of Federation starship design, the Odyssey Tactical Cruiser improves on the base Odyssey Star Cruiser design with improved tactical capabilities intended for the most difficult of missions.
Odyssey Class vessels are the largest vessels ever created by Starfleet. The Odyssey Tactical Cruiser’s massive size makes it very resilient, but its turn rate is reduced by the bulk of the vessel. The Odyssey’s unique split saucer pylon reduces subspace turbulence which allows higher warp speeds and increases the duration the ship can maintain Slipstream Drive.
The Odyssey Class is designed as an extreme long-range vessel, and can operate for long periods of time away from support. Because of this, it is the most versatile cruiser ever developed by the Starfleet Corps of Engineers and features Universal Lieutenant Commander and Universal Ensign Bridge Officer Stations that can by operated by any Bridge Officer class.
In addition, the Odyssey Operation’s Cruiser features an Aquarius Escort universal console module. This console allows you to separate the aft mission pod of your starship, which will deploy an Aquarius Escort. The Aquarius is a small attack craft that will follow the Odyssey Tactical Cruiser and attack your targets.
The Aquarius Escort universal console module may be equipped on the Odyssey Science, Tactical, or Operations Cruiser in any console slot. It may not be equipped on the standard Odyssey Cruiser.
Note: Unlocking the Odyssey Tactical Cruiser unlocks this ship for every Federation Vice Admiral character on an account.
Minimum Rank: Vice Admiral
Weapons: 4 Fore, 4 Aft
Device Slots: 4
Bridge Officer Stations: 1 Lieutenant Tactical, 1 Commander Engineering, 1 Lieutenant Science, 1 Ensign Universal, 1 Lieutenant Commander Universal
Console Modifications: 3 Tactical, 4 Engineering, 3 Science
Hull Strength: 42,000
Base Turn Rate: 6 degrees per second
Shield Modifier: 1.15
Impulse Modifier: 0.15
Maximum Warp: 9.996
+10 Power to Weapons; +5 Power to Shields and Auxiliary
Advanced Quantum Slipstream Drive