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January 05, 2006

The Triton

A Submission by Rick


The Triton is a personal ship designed by Gotthelm of Mon Calamari. He had it designed as a starfighter to fly around the galaxy in. Gotthelm does have numerous other large ships but this small fighter is designed to be stealthy. It has a sensor mask and top of the range proton torpedoes; basically, any ship that wasn't went to see the Triton, doesn't live to tell about it. Gotthelm also included a slave circuit controller connected to his lightsaber, so his ship is never far away.


Triton: Craft: Mon Calamari Private Build Fighter; Class: Starfighter; Cost 12.6 million credits; Size: Fine (5m); Crew: 1 (Skilled +4); Passengers 3; Cargo Capacity: 65kg; Consumables: 3 days; Hyperdrive: 0.5x, Backup Hyperdrive 4x; Maximum Speed: Cruising; Defense: 28 (+8 size, +10 armor); Shield Points/Hull Points: 350/120; DR: 10. Initiative: 12 (+8 size, +4 crew); Maneuver: +15 (+8 size, +4 crew, +3 maneuvering System).
Weapon: Assault Laser Cannon (4, Fire-linked): Fire arc: Front; Attack Bonus +16 (+8 size, +8 fire control); Damage: 7d10x2; Range Modifiers: PB+0, S+0, M/L N/A.
Weapon: Proton Torpedo Launcher (2, 16 each): Fire Arc: Front; Damage: 9d10x2; Missile Quality (Amazing +20).
Special: Slave Circuit connected to Controller in Gotthelm's Lightsaber.
Special: Amazing Sensor Mask (+8 to Computer Use DC).




Submitted by Rick

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4 Comments:

  • This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1/06/2006 6:10 AM  

  • You want to fix the fire control to +8 and change the attack bonus to +16? You can edit posts right?

    Rick

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1/10/2006 5:44 PM  

  • The Triton has been edited to reflect the change in fire control.

    By Blogger Jose Skysprinter, at 1/10/2006 8:06 PM  

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