Arcadia-class

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A standard Arcadia-class jumpship.

"Arcadians were the most common jumpships during the Golden Age, used for both terrestrial and planetary excursions. Their remains have been reported around most Earth-based space ports."
Arcadia-class Jumpship

Arcadia is a class of jumpships. It has a flat, triangular-like shape with an elongated front. These were the most commonly used ships during the Golden Age, both for terrestrial and planetary journeys.[1]

During the Red War, the Arcadia jumpships were actively engaging Red Legion Harvesters and Threshers during both the attack on the City and the counter-attack headed by the Vanguard.

Throughout their service with the Guardians, the Arcadia has been seen in the hands of various owners such as Lord Saladin, Commander Zavala, Cayde-6, and Ikora Rey, all with their own personal touches. At least one model of the jumpship has been modified by SIVA.

Known Arcadia-class ships[edit]

Specifics[edit]

Arcadian ships are a relic of the Golden Age. Their hulls and baseline tech have been salvaged for scrap for decades. With the right modifications, any ship capable of reaching post-atmospheric standards is worth repairing, and for many, the Arcadia ships often offer a Guardian their chance to step into the black.

Craft Specs[edit]

  • Average Length: 20.3 Meters
  • Wingspan: 16.6 Meters
  • Average Weight: 19.8 Tons
  • Maximum Range: 37 Astronomical Units
  • Engines: Variable (refurbishment dependant)

Modifications[edit]

  • Firming Brackets - Top-Centre
  • Booster Cowling - Rear-Engines

Trivia[edit]

  • The Queen of Hearts, personal Arcadia-class ship of Cayde-6, was recreated by Amanda Holliday following his death and was obtainable by Guardians that preordered Forsaken.
  • In the Cosmodrome Bungie Ridealong Livestream, the Lead World Artist Rob Adams states that the ship The Guardian finds after being revived for the first time belonged to a Guardian who was stranded in the Cosmodrome.
    • This is not referenced in-game, however, the surroundings indicate that someone tried to repair the ship long ago.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Arcadia-class Jumpship