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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RedKnight wrote:
What about the TIE Reaper ? http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/TIE_Reaper Aka the Death Trooper dropship with a REALLY Stupid name.

Easy there, trigger. I plan on doing the Reaper, but I can only do one stat at a time, and I'm not quite there yet.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Delta-Class Command Shuttle

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The Delta-Class Command Shuttle almost didn't go into production. Originally drawn up as a design concept, the ship caught the eye of a high-ranking Imperial officer, Orson Krennic. Seinar made the decision to produce a limited run of the shuttle mostly as a bid to curry Krennic's favor. However, once the shuttle went into service, other high-ranking Imperials expressed interest in the design.

The Delta is, in most ways, a superior design even to the VIP Lambda, with higher speed and superior comm/scan equipment. The sight of a Delta-Class is always an indicator that some high-ranking Imperial is in the area. Oddly enough, the two highest-ranking Imperials (the Emperor and Darth Vader) eschew the Delta in favor of the much less conspicuous Lambda VIP model.

Craft: Seinar Fleet Systems' Delta-Class
Type: Armed Command Shuttle
Scale: Starship (+6D)
Length: 14.39 meters
Skill: Starship Piloting: Delta-Class
Crew: 2 (can coordinate, 1 @ +5)
Crew Skill:
Astrogation 4D
Gunnery 5D
Piloting 5D
Sensors 4D
Shields 4D
Transport Capacity: 15 passengers or 30 metric tons
Consumables: 1 month
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Hyperdrive Backup: x10
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 1D
Space: 6
Atmosphere: 330; 950 kph
Hull: 4D
Shields: 1D
Sensors:
Passive 30/1D
Scan 60/2D
Search 90/3D
Focus 4/4D
+1D to Stealth, Jamming & Communications (Holo-Net Equipped)
Weapons:
2 Dual Laser Cannon
Fire Arc: 1 Front/Left*, 1 Front/Right*
*Can be Fire-Linked in Front Arc
Crew: 1 (Pilot or Co-Pilot)
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-3/12/25
--Orbital: 2km-6km/24km/50km
--Atmosphere: 100m-300m/1.2km/2.5km
Damage: 5D
3 Laser Cannon
Crew: 1 (Pilot or Co-Pilot)
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-3/12/25
--Orbital: 2km-6km/24km/50km
--Atmosphere: 100m-300m/1.2km/2.5km
Damage: 5D
1 Tractor Beam Projector
Fire Arc: Front or Rear
Crew: 1 (Pilot or Co-Pilot)
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-2/5/10
--Atmosphere: 100m-200m/500m/1km
Damage: 4D
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 8:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TIE Reaper

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The TIE Reaper is a light combat shuttle in service with Imperial forces across the galaxy. Popular with everything from local patrols to Imperial special forces, it is a decent mix of speed, durability and offensive & defensive firepower.

Craft: Sienar Fleet Systems' TIE Reaper
Type: Light Combat Shuttle
Scale: Starship (+6D)
Length: 25.7 meters
Skill: Starship Piloting: TIE Reaper
Crew: 2 (1 @ +5)
Crew Skill:
Astrogation 4D
Sensors 4D
Gunnery 4D
Piloting 4D+1
Shields 4D
Passengers: 10
Cargo Capacity: 2 metric tons
Cost: Not Available For Sale
Consumables:
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Hyperdrive Backup: x10
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 1D
Space: 8
Atmosphere: 365; 1,050kph
Hull: 4D
Shields: 1D
Sensors:
Passive 25/1D
Scan 40/2D
Search 60/3D
Focus 4/3D+2
Weapons:
2 Laser Cannon (Fire-Linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Crew: 1 (Pilot or Co-Pilot)
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-3/12/25
--Orbital: 2km-6km/24km/50km
--Atmosphere: 100m-300m/1.2km/2.5km
Damage: 6D
1 Dual Blaster Cannon (Fire-Linked)
Fire Arc: Rear
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-5/10/17
--Atmosphere: 100m-500m/1km/1.7km
Rate of Fire: 2D Auto-Fire
Damage: 3D
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've made my disagreement with the official background on the MC75 / Profundity pretty clear up to this point. The idea of a converted building serving as a capital ship capable of standing up to two ISDs is patently ridiculous. On top of that, the ship just Does Not look like a Mon Calamari design. It bears far greater resemblance to Clone Wars-era separatist ships like the Providence and Malevolence, both of which are products of the Free Dac Volunteers Engineering Corps (which just so happens to be composed primarily of Quarren, the other sentient species from the Mon Calamari homeworld of Dac).

As such, a far more likely (and believable) background is that the Profundity is a Clone Wars era starship that found its way into service with the Alliance.

And since Profundity is phonetically similar to Providence, I decided to rename the MC75 the Profundity-Class.

Profundity-Class Star Cruiser

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Craft: Free Dac Volunteers' Engineering Corps' Profundity-Class
Type: Star Cruiser
Scale: Destroyer (+12D)
Length: 1,204 meters
Skill: Capital Ship Piloting: Profundity-Class
Crew: 3,225 (630 @ +10) & 632 Gunners
Crew Skill:
Astrogation 4D
Gunnery 5D
Piloting 5D+2
Shields 5D
Sensors 3D+1
Passengers: 1,600 (troops)
Small Craft Complement:
--48 Starfighters (4 Squadrons)
--2 Light Freighters
--8-16 utility craft
Cargo Capacity: 30,000 metric tons
Consumables: 2 years
Cost: Not available for sale
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x2
Hyperdrive Backup: x12
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 1D
Space: 6
Atmosphere: 225; 650kph
Hull: 7D
Shields: 4D
Sensors:
Passive: 50/1D
Scan: 100/2D
Search: 200/3D
Focus: 6/4D
Weapons:
24 Heavy Turbolaser Batteries
Fire Arc: 4 Front, 8 Left, 8 Right, 4 Rear
Crew: 5
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 1D
Range:
--Space: 3-15/35/75
--Orbital: 6km-30km/70km/150km
--Atmosphere: 300m-1.5km/3.5km/7.5km
Damage: 7D
12 Heavy Ion Cannon
Fire Arc: 4 Front, 3 Left, 3 Right, 2 Rear
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 1D
Range:
--Space: 1-10/25/50
--Orbital: 2km-20km/50km/100km
--Atmosphere: 100m-1km/2.5km/5km
Damage: 6D (ionization)
72 Turbolaser Batteries (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 12 Front, 24 Left, 24 Right, 12 Rear
Scale: Frigate (+10D)
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 2-10/25/50
--Orbital: 4km-20km/50km/100km
--Atmosphere: 200m-1km/2.5km/5km
Damage: 6D
36 Ion Cannon (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 6 Front, 12 Left, 12 Right, 6 Rear
Scale: Frigate (+10D)
Crew: 2
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-7/17/35
--Orbital: 2km-14km/34km/70km
--Atmosphere: 100m-700m/1.7km/3.5km
Damage: 4D (ionization)
40 Dual Laser Cannon (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 10 Front, 10 Left, 10 Right, 10 Rear
Scale: Starship (+6D)
Crew: 1
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 2D
Range:
--Space: 1-3/12/25
--Orbital: 2km-6km/24km/50km
--Atmosphere: 100m-300m/1.2km/2.5km
Damage: 5D
16 Tractor Beam Projectors
Fire Arc: 6 Front, 4 Left, 4 Right, 2 Rear
Scale: Special*
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 4D
Range:
--Space: 1-5/15/30
--Orbital: 2km-10km/30km/60km
--Atmosphere: 100m-500m/1.5km/3km
Damage: 5D
*May switch between Destroyer (+12D), Frigate (+10D) and Starship (+6D). Switch takes one round, during which the projector can not be used.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Incidentally, there is one ship that I forgot to mention, but is well-deserving of some stats: the Dornean Braha'tok-Class Gunship. We catch glimpses of it in both ROTJ and RO, but it was never officially recognized by WEG. There are stats posted for it at the D6 Holocron, but they don't seem fully thought out, as though someone just took the stats for the Corellian Gunship and made a few superficial changes. If nothing else, calling the Braha'tok an anti-starfighter gunship without giving it any anti-starfighter weapons is a questionable choice.

So I think I'm going to stat the Braha'tok next, then follow it up with the various variants of the Hammerhead Corvette (as per the Armada rules), which I'll use as a springboard to get into D6'ing Armada stats.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So, I've been thinking more and more about the Hammerhead Corvette. TBH, using a ship to physically ram another ship in space is a bit over the top (slightly less so in space opera, but still). However, so much of what WEG and the fan base have done is to rationalize to the greatest degree possible the silliness we see on screen.

So, that got me thinking about why a Hammerhead Corvette in particular might be well-suited to a ramming attack. What I arrived at was, essentially, a ship I had already statted out: a tug variant of the Corellian Corvette.

Historically, ocean-going tugs have, on occasion, been pressed into duty as armed patrol ships, so their is real-world precedent for armed tug boats.

What I'm thinking is co-opting the Tug-Vette to make a Hammerhead Corvette, complete with a powerful short-range pressor field generator (the opposite of a tractor beam, pushing instead of pulling) in the bow, normally used to push ships into place in shipyards, but also very handy in protecting the bow of the ship in ramming attacks.

Thoughts?
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CRMcNeill wrote:
I've made my disagreement with the official background on the MC75 / Profundity pretty clear up to this point. The idea of a converted building serving as a capital ship capable of standing up to two ISDs is patently ridiculous. On top of that, the ship just Does Not look like a Mon Calamari design. It bears far greater resemblance to Clone Wars-era separatist ships like the Providence and Malevolence, both of which are products of the Free Dac Volunteers Engineering Corps (which just so happens to be composed primarily of Quarren, the other sentient species from the Mon Calamari homeworld of Dac).

As such, a far more likely (and believable) background is that the Profundity is a Clone Wars era starship that found its way into service with the Alliance.

And since Profundity is phonetically similar to Providence, I decided to rename the MC75 the Profundity-Class.

Profundity-Class Star Cruiser

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Craft: Free Dac Volunteers' Engineering Corps' Profundity-Class
Type: Star Cruiser
Scale: Destroyer (+12D)
Length: 1,204 meters
Skill: Capital Ship Piloting: Profundity-Class
Crew: 3,225 (630 @ +10) & 632 Gunners
Crew Skill:
Astrogation 4D
Gunnery 5D
Piloting 5D+2
Shields 5D
Sensors 3D+1
Passengers: 1,600 (troops)
Small Craft Complement:
--48 Starfighters (4 Squadrons)
--2 Light Freighters
--8-16 utility craft
Cargo Capacity: 30,000 metric tons
Consumables: 2 years
Cost: Not available for sale
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x2
Hyperdrive Backup: x12
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 1D
Space: 6
Atmosphere: 225; 650kph
Hull: 7D
Shields: 4D
Sensors:
Passive: 50/1D
Scan: 100/2D
Search: 200/3D
Focus: 6/4D
Weapons:
24 Heavy Turbolaser Batteries
Fire Arc: 4 Front, 8 Left, 8 Right, 4 Rear
Crew: 5
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 1D
Range:
--Space: 3-15/35/75
--Orbital: 6km-30km/70km/150km
--Atmosphere: 300m-1.5km/3.5km/7.5km
Damage: 7D
12 Heavy Ion Cannon
Fire Arc: 4 Front, 3 Left, 3 Right, 2 Rear
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 1D
Range:
--Space: 1-10/25/50
--Orbital: 2km-20km/50km/100km
--Atmosphere: 100m-1km/2.5km/5km
Damage: 6D (ionization)
72 Turbolaser Batteries (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 12 Front, 24 Left, 24 Right, 12 Rear
Scale: Frigate (+10D)
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 2-10/25/50
--Orbital: 4km-20km/50km/100km
--Atmosphere: 200m-1km/2.5km/5km
Damage: 6D
36 Ion Cannon (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 6 Front, 12 Left, 12 Right, 6 Rear
Scale: Frigate (+10D)
Crew: 2
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 3D
Range:
--Space: 1-7/17/35
--Orbital: 2km-14km/34km/70km
--Atmosphere: 100m-700m/1.7km/3.5km
Damage: 4D (ionization)
40 Dual Laser Cannon (Fire Separately)
Fire Arc: 10 Front, 10 Left, 10 Right, 10 Rear
Scale: Starship (+6D)
Crew: 1
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 2D
Range:
--Space: 1-3/12/25
--Orbital: 2km-6km/24km/50km
--Atmosphere: 100m-300m/1.2km/2.5km
Damage: 5D
16 Tractor Beam Projectors
Fire Arc: 6 Front, 4 Left, 4 Right, 2 Rear
Scale: Special*
Crew: 4
Skill: Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control: 4D
Range:
--Space: 1-5/15/30
--Orbital: 2km-10km/30km/60km
--Atmosphere: 100m-500m/1.5km/3km
Damage: 5D
*May switch between Destroyer (+12D), Frigate (+10D) and Starship (+6D). Switch takes one round, during which the projector can not be used.


First of all, great rendering in D6 stats.

My question is, why should I swap the MC75 for an MC80?


The M75 has better Hull, equal number of Starfighters, better shields, and is even better armed.

Am I correct in assuming that the MC75 is older than the MC80?
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Because the stats don’t tell the whole story. The idea is that the Profundity is relatively rare compared to MC80s, and available in limited numbers.
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

CRMcNeill wrote:
Because the stats don’t tell the whole story. The idea is that the Profundity is relatively rare compared to MC80s, and available in limited numbers.


Now I'm personally just wondering why this ship is so rare .... costs?

Or are there other reasons? I am aware that there is nothing really official in the background
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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 2:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It has been redefined as a Free Dac Volunteers Engineering Corps flying highrise. http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/MC75_cruiser

Though it seems that most of the links now read "habitat" rather than "hey, I'm a flying building y'all" - which is slightly different. Orbital habitats were used pretty extensively in all systems, and one could also argue that they might have been used like in-system cyclers.

I also like the idea that it is a Free Dac design.

Actually, scratch that. It makes a heck of a lot of sense that it is a Free Dac design, and is an extremely elegant solution to the different design sensibilities apparent in the Profundity-class as opposed to the MC80.
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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

denderan marajain wrote:
CRMcNeill wrote:
Because the stats don’t tell the whole story. The idea is that the Profundity is relatively rare compared to MC80s, and available in limited numbers.


Now I'm personally just wondering why this ship is so rare .... costs?

Or are there other reasons? I am aware that there is nothing really official in the background

At the end of the Clone Wars, Separatist High Command (at the behest of Darth Sidious) sent out a code that deactivated all of the Confederacy's droids and ships. Working around that code (which is presumably hardwired into the system) to reactivate a ship would be extremely difficult, expensive and time-consuming, likely requiring complete replacement of multiple components so as to physically remove the hardwired code. As such, Confederate ships in the post-Clone Wars era are going to be very rare, and likely still active due to fluke circumstances, combat damage or some other malfunction that kept the shut-down code from taking effect. There likely are quite a few Separatist ships floating around out there, but only a tiny handful are still active, with the Profundity being one.
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PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2018 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zarn wrote:
Actually, scratch that. It makes a heck of a lot of sense that it is a Free Dac design, and is an extremely elegant solution to the different design sensibilities apparent in the Profundity-class as opposed to the MC80.

That was what attracted me to it originally. Its visual similarity to other Free Dac designs (such as the Providence and Malevolence classes), particularly having a command pod mounted on the tip of a long fin was a unique feature of both designs, unlike the design of MC80's, where the ship's bridge is almost impossible to pick out from the rest of the hull.
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