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  • 1 Publisher's summary
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By adding a stygium crystal cloaking device to a modified V38 assault fighter that came equipped with both deflector shields and a hyperdrive, the developers of the TIE phantom created one of the most menacing starfighters in the galaxy!

The TIE Phantom Expansion Pack brings this fearsome fighter to life with new rules for cloaking that allow it to slip off opponents' sensors in the middle of battle. Imperial players will be able to further customize their phantoms with system and crew upgrades, so the Rebellion will never know what to expect.

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The TIE Phantom Expansion Pack contains one miniature, plus a maneuver dial and action tokens, as well as pilot and upgrade cards.

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  • TIE Phantom miniature
  • Plastic base
  • Plastic peg (2)
  • Ship token (2)
  • Maneuver dial
  • Critical Hit token
  • Focus token (2)
  • Evade token
  • Shield token (2)
  • ID token (#41-42) (6)
  • Target Lock Token (Y,Z)
  • Stress token
  • Cloak Token

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The TIE/ph phantom, also referred to as a Phantom V38, was a prototype TIE Series starfighter developed by the Galactic Empire during the Galactic Civil War. A modified V38 assault fighter, the TIE phantom was the result of a development project led by Grand Admiral Martio Batch and was equipped with both deflector shields and a hyperdrive, along with a technology not seen for decades—a stygium cloaking device

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TIE Phantom Size

Aka the phantom v38 assault starfighter tie/ph blah bla-blah, must have headroom.

It's 14.3 meters.

In short, a friend reached out to one of the original designers of the TIE Phantom for Rebel Assault II. He shared this image to the right showing a 14.3 meter length. This became the basis for the cutscenes and gameplay.

Now, this may seem a little large compared to most other TIE starfighters, which are usually under 9m. However, keep in mind that the TIE Scimitar is 13.8 meters, and the more recent TIE Striker is a whopping 17.18 meters. All 3 of these ships were not only more advanced than standard TIEs, but required a crew of 2 to operate. By just looking at the screenshots from Rebel Assault II, you can consider the size based on people standing near it.

  • People can stand directly under the center hull without bumping their head.
  • Pilots require an elevator to ascend to the cockpit.
  • While they must duck a little, they don't have to couch too much to get into their seats.
  • Both Rebel pilots lift their helmets directly above their heads without hitting the canopy.

In looking at the screenshots with X-wing in frame, the TIE Phantom appears smaller. However, it is also worth pointing out that the wingtip cannons jut out about 1 meter from the wings by themselves. If you take off the cannons & pointy wingtips, then it becomes about the same length as an X-wing if not shorter. Take off the wings entirely and the hull is shorter than an A-wing. Essentially, it's the shape of the ship that makes it look shorter than it actually is.

And that concludes the sizing of the Phantom V38 Assault Starfighter TIE/ph experimental thingy.

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