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Posted by Daywalker on Nov 17, 2012

USO’s CEF Fer De Lance MK I

Fer De Lance MK I

Introduced in 612 AS by the Zorgon Petterson Group, this is the ship that brought ZPG from being an unknown ship modifier to the household name in luxury but capable ships.

Designed as an executive transport for company officials who preferred to fly themselves, the ship is moderately fast, well appointed and can be equipped with fearsome weaponry and defences to keep the assassins away. ZPG’s now famous well designed and understated luxurious interior is the hallmark of this ship, and it’s what keeps the ship selling year after year – even though the ship itself is decidedly average (or below average) in many other areas.

Looking at the utility value of the ship as either a very heavy fighter or light trader (the cargo bay has an average room for carrying special cargo), it is extremely poor value for money when you consider the base price of a Python VHF, which is a much more capable trade or fighting ship. But buyers of the Fer-de-Lance are not interested in low end economy ships. Fer De Lance MK I

CEF Fer De Lance MK I

Stats:

Ship Class: Very Heavy Fighter

Roles: Infiltration, Heavy Bombing

Weapon Mounts: 3 Armor: 27500

Cargo Space: 55

Max Batteries/Nanobots: 0/50

Shield Classes: Class 1-10 HF Shield, Class 1-10 LF Shield

Weapon Classes: Class 1-9 Fighter Turret

Stats:

Additional Equipment: 2X Torpedo / Cruise Disruptor / Class 1-9 Fighter Turret, 2X Mine, VHF Cloak, Integrated Afterburner

Equipment: VHF Cloak, Integrated Afterburner

Strafe / Reverse Speed: 50%

Base Power Supply Capacity: 10500

Base Power Supply Regen: 1050

Player-Carrier: No

Can Dock w/ Player-Carriers: Yes (type /d to dock)
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