Again. Who said the ships move? Also, overpriced ships? This is a miniature game…people pay 300 for a collosal red dragon, they even payed 100 bucks to obtain the falcon 2 months before. A limited edition ship that costs 50-80 bucks with missions and new gameplay modes will be appealing to a lot of people. Clubs, stores will buy them to run game nights. Some of you payed 40 bucks for the core set (not enough to have lots of fun) and have bought at least 2 expansions for each…are you telling me you wont pay more for a huge ship (with the paint and details the minis have)??? I call bs. You know you will. In my opinion again the huge ships would be objectives. They dont need to move at all. The area with the asteroids can be the area for a big ship in a new assault or deffend mode. Is it that hard to imagine?
i'd most likely buy a larger ship which could be used more as terrain/scenario with various turrets or targets on it. i don't think i'd try and get anything bigger than the falcon/firespray as part of a squad build but i think it would make things a bit more enjoyable than just standard dogfighting.