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March 23, 2006

Senant Lambada Starfighter

The Senant Lambada Starfighter, usually just called the Lambada Fighter, is a design by Moff Senant’s Think Tank. It takes the basic design of the Lambada shuttle, and makes it into a maneuverable fighter. This is one of the Moff’s few successful designs. The design was sent to Sienar Fleet Systems and they made a few hundred of the starfighters. These starfighters are currently on the Fiery Thought and the Geonosis, two Star Destroyers that are under Flight Admiral Aesh Alrey’s command.

Sienar Fleet Systems Senant Lambada Starfighter: Class: Starfighter; Cost 60000 credits; Size: Tiny 12m; Initiative: 6 (+2 size, +4 crew); Crew: 1 (Skilled +4); Passengers: 0; Hyperdrive: none; Cargo Capacity: 65kg; Maximum Speed: Ramming; Maneuver: +6 (+2 size, +4 crew); Defense: 22 (+2 size, +10 armor); Shield Points: 0; Hull Points: 120; DR: 10.
Weapon: Blaster Cannon (2, fire-linked); Fire Arc: Front; Attack Bonus: +10 (+2 size, +4 crew, +4 fire control); Damage: 4d10x2; Range Modifiers: PB +0, S +0, M/L n/a.

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