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PRE-TOS LC Cataract-Class

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PRE-TOS LC Cataract-Class The first new postwar Romulan cruisers were those of the CATARACT class, which is believed to have entered service in 2175. Although its similarity to the preceding
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CLAVICLE class is clear, particularly its pedunculated twin nacelles and winged plan-form, CATARACT had a lower-draft, simpler, rounded shape. The command section was a flat convex half-disk comprising the front half of the ship. The lower draft of the engineering section likely reflects the use of a toroidal tokomak-type fusion reactor instead of the spherical reactors used in all previous Romulan designs. The impulse drive unit also became a flattened deck similar to that of Starfleet vessels before 2250. The nacelles employed Bussard ramscoops at the leading edge of the hull. Weaponry included a single plasma cannon mounted in a large housing at the midline and fusion-tipped missiles fired from twin projectors mounted between the Bussards and the plasma cannon. CATARACT was the first Romulan ship to exhibit a central, dorsal bridge module

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