That's a lot of weaponry.
I thought this might be of interest here. It's a cutaway view of a spaceship I found on scifi-meshes.com.
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Too much is never enough. If yer gonna kill it, overkill it Seriously, though, that's some nice work.
If the radiance of a thousand suns was to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the Mighty One...I am become Death, the Shatterer of worlds.
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Confucius say: "Do not use a cannon to kill a mosquito."
Obviously Confucius has never encountered typical science fiction enemies.
Dark Lord Weapons and Munitions say
"Confucious was 89lbs of mostly water. He couldn't even take one minor Gauss Energy Gun hit. Who you gonna believe?"
Dollhouse Syndrome = The temptation to turn a map into a picture, obscuring the goal of the image with the appeal of cute, or simply available, parts. Maps have clarity through simplification.
I could have sworn I put a comment in this thread about how if when you fire a full volley of all your weapons, and your ship Doesn't feel like it is about to shake itself apart, then you don't have enough weapons.
I don't see room for any fuel. How does it get anywhere?
Launched out of a rail gun itself, to be picked up later?
Zero-point energy cells?