Razor-class Starfighter

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Razor Fighter
Razor Fighter.jpg
Navigational Stats
Hyperspeed 5
Sublight Speed 60 MGLT
Max Speed 600 km/h
Maneuverability 6.00
Sensors 1
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 Ion Cannons: 2
Concussion Missile Launchers: 2
Heavy Laser: 2
Cargo Stats
Weight 45 T
Volume 550 m3
Weight Capacity 0.5000 T
Volume Capacity 2 m3
Max Passengers 0
Party Slot Size 1.00
Hull Statistics
Length 16 m
Hull 80
Shield 40
Ionic Capacity 20
Raw Materials
Raw Material Price 107,807 AurebeshSans-Serif credit.png
Quantum 23
Meleenium 240
Ardanium 19
Rudic 24
Rockivory 17
Tibannagas 29
Varmigio 64
Lommite 8
Durelium 21
Bacta n/a
Hibridium n/a
Varium n/a
Affiliation Tresario Star Kingdom

The Razor-class starfighter is nominally part of the New Anzat Navy, however it's cheap but durable construction along with commendable reliability have seen it put to use by a wide variety of organizations from pirates to corporate enforcers. The craft has a small shield generator to help protect its thin Durasteel hull and its powerful hyperdrive, and can muster an impressive turn of speed to carry it into (and out of) dangerous situations. Although small, the Razor carries an impressive array of armament, with Heavy lasers mounted on the wingtips giving it a wide, easily-focused field of fire. Also a pair of concussion missile launchers are built into the slender Wings for stand-off engagement ability, although the small space only allows a handful of missiles to be carried without modification. To round out its already impressive firepower, the Razor has a pair of light ion cannons in a forward fixed mount under its nose. Overall the Razor class fighters are strictly average being easily outclassed individually by heavier more advanced craft, but their strength lies in their low cost both for construction and maintenance allowing large numbers to be fielded easily by all but the poorest organizations.