CS-P7349J3-049909-909N9-100 MCr28,060. 50 ktons
batteries bearing J 1 4 11Y TL=15
batteries L 1 4 11Z Crew=500
Fuel=19,000. EP=4,500. Agility=4. Troops=100. 100 Fighters.
|Tonnage:||50,000 tons (standard). 700,000 cubic meters.|
|Crew:||91 officers, 409 ratings. 100 pilots. 100 troops.|
|Performance:||Jump-3. 4-G. Power plant-8. 4,500 EP. Agility 4.|
|Electronics:||Model 9/fib computer|
|Hardpoints:||One spinal weapons mount. Two 100-ton bays. Fourty 50-ton bays. Sixty hardpoints.|
|Armament:||One meson gun spinal mount (factor-N). One 100-ton particle accelerator bay. Fourty 50-ton missile bays. Fourty triple beam laser turrets organized into 4 batteries.|
|Defenses:||One 100-ton repulsor bays. Twenty triple sandcaster turrets organized into 20 batteries. Meson screen (factor-8). Nuclear damper (factor-9).|
|Craft:||100 heavy fighters. Two launch tubes.|
|Fuel Treatment:||No fuel scoops; on-board fuel treatment plant.|
|Cost:||MCr35,075.61 standard. MCr28,060.488 in quantity.|
|Construction Time:||48 months singly; 34 months in quantity.|
Comments: The Arakoine-class strike cruiser is
specifically designed for ground support and surface bombardment. It has large missile
resources available, as well as both meson gun and particle accelerator weaponry. The ship
is supported by it large phalanx of fighter craft. These fighters are capable of close
defense for the ship, and of ground support in combat.
The strike cruiser is not capable of fuel skimming itself, and depends on its auxilliaries and escorts for the fuel scoop process. It does carry on-board fuel purification plants for the processing of fuel.