The HMS Noble Thunder has been commissioned as of Saturday, February 2, 1746. The ship was ordered by Minister Sven Daggersteel to be a fast, weightless, and powerful ship. The ships hull was designed to cut into water just like a sharp blade would, it is highly maneuverable, and can maintain a high speed while making sharp turns, a perfect ship for combat. Sven also stated the ship would shoot thunder broadsides, with a 30% chance of a lightning strike. The ship was designed blue, to match the ocean and color of dreadful lightning.
Why it was made Edit
As three wars passed, The Paradoxian War, The Post Paradoxian War, and The Defense of Ireland, the pride of Great Britain, The Noble Navigator, was losing its ability to fight in combat. The Noble Navigator was no longer a surprise to enemy vessels as every move was expected by the enemy. Sven was preparing to decommission the ship and add another extraordinary ship to represent England, a ship far more superior which can out maneuver any vessel on the high seas.
The Noble Navigator is now at port in London.
The Noble Navigator being decommissioned sparked the rise and creation of a much faster ship which would benefit England in the war; the Noble Thunder.
Where The Noble Thunder will be operating Edit
The Noble Thunder is not currently in any war, but is awaiting the order of his majesty to be sent to battle.