Cloakshape/H Fighter

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Cloakshape/H Fighter
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Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed 2
Sublight Speed 60 MGLT
Max Speed 600 km/h
Manoeuvrability 7.00
Sensors
Sensors 1
ECM 0
Weapons
Proton Torpedo Launchers 0
Ion Cannons 0
Heavy Lasers 2
Concussion Missile Launchers 0
Weight
Volume 250 m³
Weight Cap 0.1200 T
Volume Cap 0.3800 m³
Max Passengers 1
Hull Stats
Length 15 m
Deflector Shields 0
Ionic Capacity 15
Estimated RM Price 36,889 Credits
Affiliation Drax Industries Kuat Drive Yards


Overview

The Cloakshape/H is a popular fighter throughout the galaxy because of it being Hyperdrive capable compared to the original Cloakshape design. However, the hyperdrive present on this craft cannot match the hyperdrive speeds of most other hyperdrive equipped starfighters. Though not as heavily armed as its predecessor, it still packs a punch with its heavy lasers. Some believe that the concussion missle launchers and their magazines were removed from this design to make room for the Hyperdrive. The Cloakshape fighter features an easy to access and modify design. Most notably its engine, shields and weapons are commonly changed out due to personal preference of the owner. The most common modification to date is the maneuvering fin at the tail which helps handling the ship better in atmosphere. In fact, it's so common, people often think it's part of the original design. Since the Cloakshape/H can only hold 1 passenger, it is basically used as a cheap, Hyperdrive capable, personal transport, and is often used for small courier missions. Though not very popular with factions it still finds its way throughout the galaxy in the fleets of smaller factions with less access to more superior craft. It can be used to help in reconnaissance and system patrol. It is also sometimes used by smaller freelance groups to protect larger unarmed spacecraft. Should the main transport come under attack, the Cloakshape/H can distract the attacking force long enough for the transport to make it to its destination safely.


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