1 pilot (minimum), various crew and passengers
star relic is a Dark Templar ship.
Many times the size of a
Wanderer, star relics can transport numerous  protoss within them.  They can function only with a single pilot however. 
Game Unit Edit
The following section contains information from a previous version of StarCraft II which is no longer valid.
The star relic was a
protoss aerial support unit in . It was later canceled during development and replaced by the StarCraft II stasis orb, which in turn was cancelled and replaced by the disruptor (now the sentry).
The star relic cloaked nearby units and buildings when it was stationary. It had the Detonate ability and cast the hallucination spell.
It was warped in at the  stargate and required a fleet beacon to be produced. The fleet beacon researched its special abilities.
The star relic made an return of sorts in the campaign of
via the Wings of Liberty . However, it is uncontrollable. Void Seeker 
Known Star Relics Edit
Known Commanders Edit
The star relic, pre-cancelation (similar to
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