Once shipbuilding moved off-world, designers suddenly had an unprecedented amount of freedom. A spaceship propelled from a planet’s surface must contend with gravity, friction, and the dangers of launch and re-entry. If a ship only needed to travel in the void, such concerns were trifles safely ignored.
A new age of whimsical starship design bloomed, and shipbuilders were free to make beautiful creations. When the war came, both sides used this fact to their advantage.
Nobody expected the laser strikes to come from the Fluffy Bunny Fleet, but their visages brought fear throughout the galaxy in the age that followed.

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