Topic: Inside Slave I...
So in keeping with our long tradition of geeky discussions in public places, the DH and I got into a heated debate over the internal configuration of Slave I, over lunch recently. Mostly it involved where the pilot shacks up to sleep when not flying, or, sleeping in the cockpit seat.
I think it's because he's been playing Jango Fett for the last few weeks on Play Station, normally he's a Trek kind of guy.
Anyway, I've seen different renderings of the interior of Slave I, primarily in comics. In one of them, where Fett uses the identity of Sava Brec Madoc, there is a panel of him, inside the sleeping quarters, cast in shadows doing something, I think taking off his disguise or something. It was Slave I because that was in other nearby panels.
There's some showing of internal configuration of space in the video game, mostly the cockpit. I always thought the cockpit was a one seater, but at least in this version way back when, it was a two seater.
Then there are descriptions of the holding area in books. And how passengers have delt with movement in the ship.
When I search for schematics I can find plenty of them on weapons, etc., arguably the more interesting points of the craft. Still, I'm curious. Anyone know of internal schematics anywere? Or, know where the sleeping compartment really is: and is it more like one you'd find in a semi cab, or, like in the comic a small, but normal room where an adult can stand and move with head and arm clearance?
Any help would be much appreciated.