Yeah, I suspected that was a copy-and-paste error or something similar. I’ve seen lots of similar stuff in my editing work. If you want, I can read through your document and give you my edits via docfile. I’d PM you my email addy if I can find that option on this forum…
And before I forget, there’s something tangentially related (WARNING: SHAMELESS PLUG INCOMING!): I’ve recently come across some canon information about starship size comparisons from Wixiban and Eaglemoss. Eaglemoss has been publishing the Official Starship Collection magazine for the better part of a decade with canon stats. As of October 2020, they posted a few jpegs of most of the canon ships that ever appeared in Star Trek. (Stuff from Picard and Lower Decks aren’t included because Eaglemoss hasn’t gotten to them yet. The Picard ships are going to be released as miniatures later this month if I recall correctly. I don’t know if the Lower Decks ships will be made anytime soon, but it’s possible Eaglemoss hasn’t announced them yet.)
These are the in-scale pictures that Eaglemoss made: Federation; Alien; and Small/Massive. I took it upon myself to examine all these ships one by one and determine their in-universe Scale as evidenced simply by length and size/mass/volume. I’m still learning the STA rules, so I left out any other in-game factors that might or might not influence a starship’s Scale. I judged all this just by size alone using the Scale 4 TOS Constitution and a few other published starships’ Scales as the rough basis of comparison. I’ve been working with Mephit James of Continuing Mission to get all my Scale work published in one of their upcoming articles. The article will also have links to the Eaglemoss pictures I linked here, as well as all my notes concerning which ships have which Scales and why. Yeah, there are a few times where I disagreed with Modiphius where I thought they got a few ships’ Scales worng, but they likely didn’t have this Eaglemoss data and I present my explanations for my conclusions in my notes.
Anyway, I told you all that to tell you this: The Yaegar class is actually Scale 5 by my calculations, not Scale 4. It’s actually almost 60 meters longer than a conventional Intrepid class and, with the addition of its scaled-up Maquis raider secondary hull, significantly more massive than an Intrepid as well, enough to be comparable with many other ships I rated as Scale 5.
It’s stuff like that I can include in my edits if you like.
With a bit of luck, Mephit James and I will get the article posted soon. If all goes well, Continuing Mission should post my article within a week’s time.
Shran, if you want me to edit your Unofficial Spaceframe Companion document, just give me your permission and e-mail address via PM. (EDIT: Does this forum even have a Private Message system? I don’t wanna ask for your email in public… )
Well, that was a long-winded post, wasn’t it?