Foray-class Blockade Runner

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Foray-Class Blockade Runner
Foray-Class Blockade Runner.png
Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed 2.0
Sublight Speed 55 MGLT
Max Speed 550 km/h
Maneuverability 3.00
Sensors 6
ECM 0
Abilities
Escape Pods n/a
Docking Bay n/a
Hangar Bay n/a
Landing Capacity Landing.gif Yes
Flight Grade Repulsorlifts Repulsor.gif Yes
Graviton Generators n/a
Docking Port DockingPort1.gif 1
Medical Room n/a
Recycling n/a
Weapons/Utilities
Weapons/Utilities Turbolasers: 4
Heavy Laser: 6
Cargo Stats
Weight 14,000 T
Volume 250,000 m³
Weight Capacity 500 T
Volume Capacity 3,500 m³
Max Passengers 350
Party Slot Size 12.00
Hull Statistics
Length 155 m
Hull 850
Shield 750
Ionic Capacity 300
Raw Materials
Raw Material Price CP Price: 100,000 CPs
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Quantum 243
Meleenium 2,515
Ardanium 258
Rudic 221
Rockivory n/a
Tibannagas 81
Varmigio 534
Lommite 268
Durelium 178
Bacta n/a
Hibridium n/a
Varium n/a
Affiliations
Affiliation n/a


When designing the Foray-class Blockade Runner, Republic Fleet Systems was asked by the Old Republic Navy to build a versatile ship that could be used in a variety of missions. With this in mind, the engineers looked to utilize every part of the ship. The end result was a ship with a compliment of turbo lasers and heavy lasers, a fair amount of cargo room, and an excellent sensor package.

The Foray's versatile design allowed it to be used in a variety of different roles, such as a war ship, patrol craft, and transport. As a result of this versatility and wide spread use, Forays were seen along many trade routes guarded by the Old Republic. Additionally, due to the ship being in such wide circulation, many mechanics were familiar with the design and able to repair them with ease.

Over the millennia, the Foray's numbers have decreased to the point that they have become a rarity. As replacement parts are more difficult to locate and repair costs more expensive, fewer and fewer parties are interested in purchasing these once treasured ships. However, there are still some businesses, small military forces, and private collectors that still have a use for this classic vessel.

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