G-400 Starfighter

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Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed 3.0
Sublight Speed 65 MGLT
Max Speed 650 km/h
Maneuverability 6.00
Sensors 2
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 n/a
Medical Room n/a
Recycling n/a
Weapons/Utilities Heavy Laser: 1
Cargo Stats
Weight 40 T
Volume 800 m³
Weight Capacity 0.0200 T
Volume Capacity 1 m³
Max Passengers 1
Party Slot Size 1.00
Hull Statistics
Length 12 m
Hull 40
Shield 10
Ionic Capacity 15
Raw Materials
Raw Material Price CP Price: 7,000 CPs
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Quantum 11
Meleenium 120
Ardanium 18
Rudic 36
Rockivory n/a
Tibannagas 6
Varmigio 36
Lommite 8
Durelium 12
Bacta n/a
Hibridium n/a
Varium n/a
Affiliation n/a

Independently designed, the G-400 was marketed as an affordable alternative to existing starfighters during the First Galactic Civil War. In addition to the low price, its efficient sublight drive and upgraded sensor package helped to boost galactic sales.

Utilizing the enhanced sensors, the G-400 is capable of detecting entities from about two klicks away. This feature, complimented by the starfighter's speed and hyper capability, has often meant that battles involving the G-400 are geared towards surprise strikes, as its otherwise unimpressive armaments quickly fold under organized resistance. The other notable feature of the G-400 are the swirling patterns painted over both engines, which were reportedly added in an effort to cause disorientation in enemy pilots during close quarter combat.

While once prevalent with small armies and mercenary groups, the G-400 has diminished in popularity across the galaxy primarily due to technological advancements in newer models becoming more affordable. For this reason, the G-400 is utilized mainly by those who are reliant on ambush tactics and rapid counter attacks, but financially unable to retire these dated starfighters.

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