Snoke’s ship “Supremacy” and Resistance ship “Raddus” revealed!


Thanks to the new Sphero droid BB-9E we have a look at two all-new ships from Star Wars: The Last Jedi…

Supreme Leader Snoke will emerge from the shadows when Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15, and thanks to Sphero’s new app controlled droid BB-9E — the First Order’s BB unit — we know he’ll be doing it in style.

Snoke’s ship in The Last Jedi will be called “The Supremacy”

“The Supremacy” will most likely serve as Snoke’s “throne ship,” meaning we will see from whence he projected his holo-image to Kylo Ren and General Hux in The Force Awakens. This beauty is classified as “Mega-class” (the only ship bearing that classification) and is 60 kilometers — or 37 miles — in length.

Check out the ship’s engine section:

“It also harbors ships and can build and fix ships on board.”

“The Supremacy” is seriously one massive ship and I can’t wait to see it on the big screen. Moving on, The Last Jedi will have a callback to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in it, as, thanks to Sphero yet again, we know there will be a Resistance ship named “The Raddus.”

As part of Sphero’s The Last Jedi update, BB-8 will patrol “The Raddus” using augmented reality. As you can see, the ship will be a Mon Calamari class cruiser.

In Rogue One, Admiral Raddus’ ship, “The Profundity,” appeared above the planet Scarif, during the film’s climactic battle. Jyn Erso was able to transmit the stolen Death Star plans to Raddus’ ship, and from there, the data was given to Princess Leia. Darth Vader then boarded the ship and slaughtered a group of Rebel soldiers while attempting to retrieve those stolen plans.

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The reveal of these two ships is huge, as Snoke’s command ship is truly gargantuan, and with “The Raddus,” the continuity of Disney/Lucasfilm is on display.