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The UNN Thomas Prince (T-DRN-47) is a Truman-class dreadnought

History Edit

Slow Zone IncidentEdit

Full article:Slow Zone incident

During the expedition to the Ring, the Thomas Prince carried a civilian delegation which included Annushka Volovodov. After the destruction of the UNN Seung Un and the broadcast of message in which James Holden claimed responsibility for the ship's destruction, the Thomas Prince target locked the Rocinante and prepared to fire on the privately-owned light frigate in retaliation however the ship's commander agreed to briefly hold off firing and allow the OPAS Behemoth to destroy the ship to prove that OPA was not involved in the Seung Un's destruction.

When the Rocinante, OPA fleet, and MCRN fleet entered the Slow Zone the Thomas Prince followed with the UNN fleet as well after off-loading its civilian passengers aside from a handful of determined individuals including Anna. Later when the Ring Station cut the top speed of travel in the Slow Zone the Thomas Prince was subjected to instant deceleration resulting in high causalities onboard. The ship was then trapped by Ring Station until it shut down its fusion reactor followed by the rest of the flotilla, convincing the station to lower its defenses and release the ships. Afterwards, the Thomas Prince traveled back through the Ring with the rest of the flotilla.


MediaEdit

  • fan art - variant insignia by tzsycho

Notes Edit

  • In a leaked episode synopsis and the Blu-Ray/DVD description for "Triple Point", Admiral Souther's men are erroneously stated to plan for mutiny aboard this ship however their mutiny was actually initiated on the Truman-class Agatha King with other smaller ships within the fleet reportedly participating.

Trivia Edit

  • Thomas Prince was an American clergyman who played an influential role in the Christian revival movement known as the "The Great Awakening" in the eighteenth century. He also wrote an authoritative book on the History of New England as well the revival movements which took place throughout the United States and Europe. He also tried to reconcile the scientific theories introduced at the time with scriptures.

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