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UNSC Toulouse

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UNSC Toulouse
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Production information

Manufacturer:

Reyes-McLees Shipyards[1]

Class:

Halcyon-class light cruiser[2]

Specifications

Length:

1,171 meters (3,841.86 ft)[3]

Width:

352 meters (1,154.86 ft)[3]

Engine:

Mark II Hanley-Messer DFR[1]

Slipspace drive:

Equipped

Hull:

Titanium-A armor[1]

Armament:

Service information

Affiliation:

UNSC Navy[2]

 

UNSC Toulouse was a Halcyon-class light cruiser in service with the UNSC Navy. Unlike her sister ship UNSC Pillar of Autumn, the Toulouse was not upgraded with improved engines, weapons, and a smart AI. During the Human-Covenant War, the Toulouse engaged several CCS-class battlecruisers over an unidentified Forerunner installation that was not a Halo ring or an Ark. Severely outnumbered and outgunned, the Toulouse was likely destroyed in this engagement.[2]

Production notes[edit]

  • The UNSC Toulouse is featured in the cover art of Halo: Warfleet, illustrated by Nicolas Bouvier. The cover art depicts Toulouse engaging CCS-class battlecruisers over "a strange – yet somehow familiar – alien installation."[2]
  • The vessel is likely named after Toulouse, a large city in southern France. This would be fitting considering that Nicolas Bouvier is French.[4]

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