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June 14, 2006

Don't Stare at the Eclipse

"Don't stare at the Eclipse for too long," Kadro Cassilus shouts to you, "You'll get envious."

Yesterday, Star Wars Roleplaying Resources brought you Kadro Cassilus, an old spacer with many stories to tell. This is the ship he traveled in when he experienced what are now his tales. The Golden Eclipse is pictured above as it prepares to eclipse the sun.

The Golden Eclipse is the personal starship of Kadro Cassilus. He had it made after many decades traveling the lanes of hyperspace and with inheritance money that he collected when his family members passed away. The ship’s interior is designed exquisitely. The couches are of very fine quality and the many bedrooms could be called suites. Some politicians have traveled in the Golden Eclipse when they feel that their own vessel may the target of an attack. On the exterior, the ship is designed to look streamlined. It is composed a wide cylinder shaped body, defined by a crest along the top of the ship. The cockpit of the ship narrows and takes the form of a head of an avian creature. Theentrancee to the ship is at the beak; the mouth opens and swallows passengers into the luxury of the ship. Kadro relies on his clean reputation and heavy shielding and armor against attacks instead of his guns. The guns could repulse small attacks, but many other ships have stronger armaments.

Golden Eclipse: Craft: Kuat Drive Yards Private Contract Build; Class: Space Transport; Cost 2.19 million credits; Size: Medium (95.7m); Crew: 1 (Highly Skilled +6); Passengers 31; Cargo Capacity: 20000mt; Consumables: 9 months; Hyperdrive: 1x, Backup Hyperdrive x12; Maximum Speed: Attack; Defense: 20 (+10 armor); Shield Points/Hull Points: 150/300; DR: 30. Initiative: +6 (+6 crew); Maneuver: +6 (+6 crew).
Weapon: Quad Laser Cannons (10); Fire Arc: 4 fire-linked front, 2 fire-linked right, 2 fire-linked left, 2 fire-linked rear; Attack Bonus +12 (+6 crew, +6 fire control,); Damage: 6d10x2; Range Modifiers PB +0, S +0, M/L n/a.

Artwork Credit: Jose Skyprinter


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