|Aristotle Class Battleship|
|Nation||Covenant of Antarctica|
|Capital Status|| Capital
|Designation||Wave Lurker Model|
|Advanced Engines (+2")|| Inventive Scientists
| Internal Shield Generator (2)
|Internal Target Painter Generator (Primary Weaponry, 12")||+10|
|Internal Disruption Generator (8")||+5|
|Replace Main Turrets with Energy Turrets||+0|
The largest weapon on the Aristotle is a Particle Accelerator, a terrifying weapon capable of reducing entire squadrons to scrap in a single shot. Although a large weapon, it is not the primary weapon of the Aristotle- the ship's main gun battery consists of four 36cm rapid-fire cannons, crewed by Iron Men and highly automated. They are capable of long range, high speed fire, and can fire anywhere in a 270-degree arc- two mounted forwards, two mounted aftwards.
Some Aristotles replace the 36cm Rapid-Firing Cannons with Energy Weapons, capable of pinpoint fire at any range. Although less powerful than the Ranseur VIII models mounted on other vessels such as the Archimedes, the Aristotle mounts twice the number of any other vessel, with the sole exception of the Prometheus Dreadnought.
Finally, the Aristotle is studded with tens of smaller gun mounts in a broadside battery, capable of providing fierce broadside firepower comparable to many nation's Heavy Battleships, as well as effective Ack-Ack fire with the smaller guns.
In addition to the weaponry mounted on the Aristotle, it is also able to carry a selection of generators. All Aristotle Battleships are equipped with a Shield Generator by default, as well as being able to fit either a Disruption Generator to disable opposing generators, or a Target Painter Generator to direct the fire of Covenant Primary weapons. With the Aristotle Battleship, Covenant Commodores can be sure of solving multiple problems with ease and style.
Meaning of the NameEdit
Aristotle was a famous Classical Greek philosopher from Athens, who was not only a teacher to Alexander the Great, but also wrote on a wide variety of subjects, such as physics, biology, religion, poetry, theatre, and politics. He is sometimes considered one of the influential men of all time, with his works influencing scientists and philosophers across all corners of the world.