The ICS Tenacitatem is a Legatus Interdictor-class star destroyer in service of the Legatus Finduilica under command of admiral Apticyus.



Tenacitatem leaves Garkarg with its escort

The Interdictor-class star destroyer ICS Tenacitatem was launched in 2819 for test trails which proved promising and effective. By January 2820 (22AQF), shortly after the Rambo Loyalist sieged the Legatus outpost Isle Blue command was passed to admiral Apticyus. Tasked with re-taking the outpost by Rector Schlimm Eklig Statthalter the admiral left Garkarg with an escort consisting out of five Arquitens-class light cruisers and three Gozanti-class cruisers.

Arriving at Isle Blue the ship participated in the liberation of Isle Blue where it faced combat against the Bismarck under Commodore Malegras and the Eendragt under admiral Jan Michiel Tasman. Though unalbe to destroy all the Loyalists due to the arrival of Recon Squadron, the Tenacitatem and escorts retook the planet for the Empire.


Kroc ramms the Tenacitatem

By August 2820, the Tenacitatem led the defense of Starbase 25 against assaulting Loyalist forces. During the battle the Tenacitatem was in persuit of the Loyalist One though was forces to withdraw after the arrival of a Singularim Pact fleet and the subsequent ramming of the ICS Autokrator that disabled the mighty warship and forced it to abandon the battle. The ICS Tenacitatem and most of the fleet withdrew to make a stand at Rambo Prime.

Surving the battle, the Tenacitatem joined the orbital bombardment to level Rambo Prime City before leaving orbit and headed towards the Rambo Capital. On 20 September 2820, the Tenacitatem fought against the Rambo Loyalist, during the battle the Tenacitatem was rammed by the Singularim dreadnought Kroc. The Tenacitatem buckled, as its bridge broke loose the ship was lost with its commander vanished without a trace.


Name Rank Position Timeframe
Apticyus Admiral Commanding Officer 2820 - Ongoing


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