Cabal Carrier

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Cabal Carrier
Cabal Carrier by Mike Stavrides.jpg
Production information

Manufacturer:

Cabal

Model:

Transport Ship

Technical specifications

Armament:

Pod Launchers
Docked Cabal ships
Turrets

Crew:

Cabal Soldiers

Usage

Role(s):

Cabal Legion Carrier/Transportation
Fuel Tankers

Affiliation:

Skyburners
Red Legion

 

The Cabal Carrier is a class of Cabal spacecraft designed for transport and war.

History[edit]

A fleet of these carriers were used in Dominus Ghaul's invasion of the Last City. One of these carriers, the Orobas Vectura, was docked at Firebase Hades in the EDZ for the majority of the Red War.

Design[edit]

Carriers are several times larger than Cabal warships, and are capable of holding entire Cabal Legions as well as Imperial Land Tanks. They also serve as fuel tankers for warship flotillas.[1]

They are equipped with ten engines, five to a side, three above, and two below. The Carriers have their own airfields where aircraft take off from as well as gun turrets places around the areas, as well as be protected by shield generators when landed.

Named Carriers[edit]

Carrier Types[edit]

  • Standard Carriers
  • Command Carriers

Gallery[edit]

Caiatl's Command Carriers

Red Legion Carriers

Skyburner Carriers

Concept Art

Other

Trivia[edit]

  • A crashed Cabal carrier can be seen in the background of the Aerodrome of Fleetbase Korus. It was presumably brought down by the Taken during their assault on Phobos.[2]
  • In concept art, Carriers are shown to transport Imperial Land Tanks through its main ramp.
    • Due to the massive size of the Imperial Land Tanks, this would be impractical as the ramps of Carriers would be to small for such a large vehicle to enter through (Though this would be due to the inconsistent in-game model sizes.

List of appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bungie (2019/7/4), Destiny 2: Season of Opulence, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Lore: Entry II
  2. ^ Bungie (2015/11/3), Destiny: The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: The Coming War