Card Text EditAt the start of any round, you may deploy the set-aside ship at distance 1. You may un-equip up to 1 and 1 upgrade cards and equip them to it (if able)."
Rules Clarification Edit
Ships and squadrons that are set aside are only affected by the ability or card effect that set them aside. They cannot be deployed by a different card effect than the one that set it aside.
A set-aside ship can only be assigned tokens or chosen as an objective ship before being set aside (by Blockade Run or Intel Sweep, for example) those tokens or effects are not removed when the ship is set aside.
When determining the fleet point cost of this ship and the ship deployed by this card’s effect at the end of the game, the upgrade cards currently equipped to each ship are counted as part of that ship’s fleet point cost.
The small ship deployed from Profundity can be deployed overlapping squadrons. The opponent of the player deploying the ship places those squadrons as though the ship had overlapped them while executing a maneuver (similar to the effect on the Hyperspace Assault objective card).
Corellian Conflict Rules Edit
While Tracking Fleet Condition, if either the ship with this card equipped or the ship deployed by this card is eliminated from the player’s fleet roster, only the upgrade cards equipped to that ship at the end of the game are eliminated.
Available Through Edit
Possible Set-Aside Ships Edit
- CR90 Corvette A
- CR90 Corvette B
- GR-75 Combat Retrofits (cannot equip )
- GR-75 Medium Transports (cannot equip )
- Hammerhead Torpedo Corvette
- Hammerhead Scout Corvette
The Produndity was the flagship of Admiral Raddus during the Battle of Scarif. After recieving the secret Death Star plans, the ship was disabled and boarded by Darth Vader. Princess Leia could escape with the plans on board of the Tantive IV out of the hatch of the MC75 Cruiser. The ship first appeared in the 2016 Star Wars Anthology film Rogue One.