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5 hours ago, Hannelore.8153 said:

No, they just started mass producing those airships around HoT era. Most of the crashed airships at outposts in Verdant Brink were of the same model as Glory of Tyria--only a handful are regular airships.

It is a bit weird that in Dragonfall, we don't see a single flagship. You'd expect one. Instead they have a bunch of technified airships like the aetherblades.

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13 hours ago, Abraxxus.8971 said:

Went back and looked at the map of Verdant Brink. A lot more of the wreckage is from the flagships than I remembered. 

There is several ships of that type/class present. IIRC two were shown over Silverwastes, and we see the wreckage PoI of at least those two, maybe a third.

9 hours ago, Konig Des Todes.2086 said:

It is a bit weird that in Dragonfall, we don't see a single flagship. You'd expect one. Instead they have a bunch of technified airships like the aetherblades.

It kinda seems like that is the latest upgrade/model of the airship, and being fair IIRC they just reused the animations from Orr of the Dragons fighting Airships high in the sky.

Amusingly somewhere in Dragon's End finale you can also see Tixx's airship in the fleet for some reason!

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17 hours ago, Konig Des Todes.2086 said:

It is a bit weird that in Dragonfall, we don't see a single flagship. You'd expect one. Instead they have a bunch of technified airships like the aetherblades.

Keep in mind the events of HoT covered around a week to one month average. During this time Mordremoth had destroyed the entire Pact fleet and everyone in the Pact were struggling to survive any way possible. Contact with locations outside where each group crashed was lost and the only ships they can get into the air are the one that crashed with minimum damage to its structure. There was no reinforments coming to save them nor support their war efforts.

 

The battle of Dragonfall was literally a battle where the pact had to fight a Elder Dragon using the allies they made in the Jungle and using whatever salvage they can find to make and repair their weapons. This also included the airships that took part in the battle of Dragonfall as the few that manage to appear there were airships the survivors manage to repair that had originally crashed into the jungle with minimum damage. 

 

The campaign against Mordremoth really was a great disaster to a point it is a miracle the Commander and his/her allies manage to win.

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1 hour ago, EdwinLi.1284 said:

Keep in mind the events of HoT covered around a week to one month average. During this time Mordremoth had destroyed the entire Pact fleet and everyone in the Pact were struggling to survive any way possible. Contact with locations outside where each group crashed was lost and the only ships they can get into the air are the one that crashed with minimum damage to its structure. There was no reinforments coming to save them nor support their war efforts.

 

The battle of Dragonfall was literally a battle where the pact had to fight a Elder Dragon using the allies they made in the Jungle and using whatever salvage they can find to make and repair their weapons. This also included the airships that took part in the battle of Dragonfall as the few that manage to appear there were airships the survivors manage to repair that had originally crashed into the jungle with minimum damage. 

 

The campaign against Mordremoth really was a great disaster to a point it is a miracle the Commander and his/her allies manage to win.

Dragon FALL, dude, not Dragon's Stand.  As in the end of LW Season 4, not HoT, and Kralk not Mordy.

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No, to my knowledge any ship of similar design seen after HoT was one of the mass produced ships.

The actual Glory of Tyria was torn to pieces by Mordremoth and was likely utterly unsalvageable.

 

The may have named another ship Glory of Tyria much in the way it goes with ships in reality and fiction (Star Trek Enterprise for example)

But that original ship that took down Zhitan is long gone.

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