Agidda class Attack Cruiser

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Agidda class Attack Cruiser
Agidda class Attack Cruiser
Type: CL Attack Cruiser
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Cargo 168.5 Tons
Cost MCr44,668.424
Crew 359
Officers TBD
Enlisted TBD
Hardpoints 355
Hull {{{hull}}}
Jump J-2
Maneuver 4 G
Model TBD
Origin Vilani
Passengers 0 High/Med 180 Low
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Size 40,000 Tons
Streamlining {{{aerodynam}}}
Tech Level TL–11
Agidda class Attack Cruiser

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Description (Specifications)[edit]

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40,000ton, 560,000m3, fully streamlined flattened sphere configuration, capable of ocean refueling operations


Crew 359


Jump 2, 4 Gs Maneuver Drive, Power Plant 6


Bridge with Model E 5fib Computerx2, Military Grade Active and Passive EMS




  • 150 Triple Missile Turrets, organized as fifteen batteries,
  • 80 Triple Beam Laser Turrets, organized as eight batteries,
  • 45 Dual Plasma Gun Turrets, organized as nine batteries,
  • 1 Spinal Mount Particle Accelerator


  • 80 Triple Sand Caster Turrets, organized as eight batteries, armored/reinforced hull,


  • 2 x 30T Ship's Boats



Cargo: 220tons Main Hold


  • Single Unit: MCr. 44,668.424
  • Architects Fee: MCr 446.684
  • Cost in Quantity: MCr 35,734.739

Construction time[edit]

180 weeks

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

During the Fourth Interstellar War the Vilani (Anglic: Vilani) introduced attack cruisers to combat the Terran's local naval superiority. Sharurshid (Anglic: Sharurshid)’s central management was able to construct large numbers of these new ships. The Agidda (Anglic: Agidda) class Attack Cruisers featured large spinal mounted particle accelerator weapons, not typically found on Vilani (Anglic: Vilani) designs up to that time. The stand off missile barrage style which had served them in good stead, for so long, was being called into question, as a basis for offensive fleet strategy. The Solomani tactics of close range attack challenged the Vilani (Anglic: Vilani) mind set and naval traditions. They were forced to adapt.

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