Primary bomber of the Republic Remnant during the Way of the Force series. Interchangeable parts with the Trill-wing so you can make your own combos.
About this creation
After a lot of work over the course of the past couple weeks I've been working on the Bomber counterpart to the Trill-wing Fighter. Following the Aurebesh letter designators I found a letter that semi resembled the Y-wing. Hence the Enth-wing.
During the time of the Way of the Force series the Enth-wing, referred to by pilots as the Y-wing Advanced or Advanced Y, is the primary starbomber of the Republic Remnant.
It is produced by Lightning Industries, who pride themselves on making things both reliable quality and modularablity. So therefore the Enth-wing is interchangeable with the Trill-wing to produce some really cool combinations. Not only external components but also the internal ones as well. The Enth-wing carries a heavier shield and heavier, but more powerful, hyperdrive. Both can be switched into the Trill-wing. In addition the Enth-wing carries greater fuel stores and carries a bomb/mine layer.
Typically the bomber is escorted by two Trill-wing fighters.
By the way, the pilots in the primary photo are Wyn-ori'el and Filpari with their droids R2-G4 and R2-W8 respectively. There's also a maintenance droid.
Quoting Guy Pearson
This a great build! I can tell a lot of work went in to this. Would you mind if I rendered this? I would repost it with your full credit, of course. You can see some of my renders on my page.
By all means. Feel free to make different combinations of the two if you want also, part of why I made the two was so people that liked them can have fun customizing their own ship either with the parts provided or making their own module parts.
Names mean Friend of the Great God, mix of languages. Wyn in English names means friend of typically (though at end of name usually). Ori is Mando'a for big or great. El having hebrew roots meaning God.
The other one is Lover of Fish, coming from Phil which is love and pari which is very rough slightly modified version of the greek word for fish when plugged into Google translate.