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Race: Colonies
Type: Frigate
FTL: Yes
Crew: -
Capacity: -
CO: {{{co}}}
XO: {{{xo}}}
Role: Force Projection Vessel, Strike Carrier
Weapons: 8 Light Turrets
Defenses: {{{def}}}
Aircraft: Viper Mark I, Viper Mark II, Raptor, Shuttle
Aviation facilities: {{{facilities}}}
Fate: {{{status}}}
Emblem: [[Image:{{{patch}}}|175px|Ship's patch]]
Other Images: Gallery
Length: -
Width: -
Height: -
Weight: {{{weight}}}
Wingspan: {{{wingspan}}}
Other: {{{otherdi}}}
Game Information
Cost: 4
Construction Time: 4
Hull Size: 3
Hull: -
FTL Cooldown: 4 turns
Speed: 150 m/s
Turn Rate: 60°/turn
Armor Sum
Armor Total: 315
Armor Left: 60
Armor Right: 60 (Navigation)
Armor Front: 30(Hanger)
Armor Rear: 60 (Navigation)
Armor Top: 60 (Fire Control)
Armor Bottom: 60 (Tech Bay)
DRADIS Range: 5000 m
Processing Power:
Munition Slots: 1 Slot
Munition Cooldown Period: 4 turns
Squadron Slots: 1 Slots
Squadron Size: {{{squadron size}}}
Special Abilities:
Additional Information

The Adamant-class carrier, designed by Sinon Quade, the architect of the Jupiter-class battlestar over a decade before the outbreak of the Cylon War, became the cornerstone of the Colonial Fleet during the outbreak of the First Cylon War.

What it lacked in speed, it made up with its constant presence and firepower. It is unclear if any Adamant class vessels survived up to the Fall of the Twelve Colonies (Battlestar Galactica Deadlock).



Notable Ships[edit]



Alan Blackwell worked with Black Lab Games on the concept art for Battlestar Galactica - Deadlock. Most of the work consisted of taking flat 2D renders and turning them into fully 3D concept images[1]. His work included the Adamant Frigate.


  1. Alan Blackwell's Artstation page