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Content developer Ed Rodley sits in a full size replica of the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars: Episode IV, part of the "Star Wars: Where Science Meets the Imagination" exhibition at the Museum of Science in Boston, Massachusetts October 19, 2005. Reuters/Brian Snyder

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will reportedly be introducing the biggest Super Star Destroyer yet. The massive ship obviously belongs to the First Order, and will serve as the command ship of a major character in the film.

The following article contains spoilers from the upcoming Rian Johnson film. Fans who do not wish to know any details about scenes and the ships featured in the movie are advised to stop here.

Bigger is better, this seems to be the main theme of the new trilogy. After introducing the Star Killer base, which is basically a planet sized version of the Death Star, the franchise is ready to introduce the biggest Super Star Destroyer the fans have ever seen. According to a report by Making Star Wars, the new ship is not like the ones seen during the reign of Palpatine. It is much bigger.

The report points out that the classic Super Star Destroyer that the fans are familiar with is a triangular ship with a city built on it. The new ship in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is “just a gigantic huge wedge,” which is “solid, and dark.” The report speculates this to be the flagship of the First Order.

After the destruction of the Star Killer base, this new ship is expected to be the main base for the First Order. Although Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) is said to be on a mobile command base, it is not clear if he is on this massive ship.

Just as the Star Killer base was destroyed in “Force awakens,” this new ship of the First Order also appears to be on the road to being destroyed. Finn (John Boyega) and Kelly Marie Tran’s character will reportedly end up on this Super Star Destroyer. Their mission is to plant explosives.

Finn is said to be wearing a disguise while he is on the new Super Star Destroyer. He is wearing a First Order officer’s uniform. In one of the scene, he is recognised by a Stormtrooper, who was with him during their training. The events of the destruction of the Star Killer base appear to have been kept under wraps to keep the morale of the troops high.

In this scene from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” the Stormtrooper will slap Finn’s butt from the back, and later congratulate him on his promotion. The report suggests that this is the scene of Tom Hardy’s cameo in the film.