Appearance and DesignEdit
The Iliad is a wooden galleon with a horse as a figurehead.
The Claymore Brothers installed a solar feature that helps power the ship. They placed solar panels on top of the roofs and some places along the sides. They also installed several windmills around the ship to help generate power. Basically, as long as it is sunny and the wind is blowing, they have an unlimited supply of energy. However, when it is not a sunny or windy day, the excess energy created from other days is stored in a generator that can hold up to five full days worth of energy.
- It is named after the epic poem attributed to Homer, The Iliad, based on the Trojan War, the ancient war between the Achaeans (Greeks) and the Trojans.