Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser

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Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser
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Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser
Type: CA Heavy Cruiser
Origin Zhodani
Tech Level TL–14
Size 75,000 Tons
Jump J-3
Maneuver 5 G
Hardpoints 750
Cargo 7 Tons
Crew 742 with 89 marines
Officers TBD
Enlisted TBD
Passengers 0 High/Med 0 Low
Cost MCr 77,829.63
Qty: MCr 62,263.704
Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser

The Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser is a ship serving with the Zhodani Navy.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Serving with the Zhodani Navy, the Dadiat-class heavy cruiser is a tried and true design, having been involved in many battles. Its main weak point is its 5 agility and 5-G acceleration.

Tonnage: 75,000 tons (standard). 1,050,000 cubic meters.
Crew: 74 officers. 668 ratings.
Performance: Jump-3. 5-G. Power plant-10. 7,500 EP. Agility 5.
Electronics: Model 8/fib computer
Hardpoints: One spinal weapons mount. Twenty five 100-ton bays. Thirty 50-ton bays. One hundred sixty triple turret hard points.
Armament: Spinal mount meson gun (factor-M). One hundred triple beam laser turrets organized into 10 batteries. Fifteen 50-ton fusion gun bays. Fifteen 100-ton particle accelerator bays. Fifteen 50-ton missile bays.
Defenses: Ten 100-ton repulsor bays. Sixty triple sandcaster turrets organized into 6 batteries. Meson screen (factor-6). Nuclear Damper (factor-6). Armored hull (factor-5).
Craft: Two 50-ton small craft.
Fuel Treatment: Integral fuel scoops; on-board fuel treatment plant.
Cost: MCr72,915.0 standard. MCr58,332.0 in quantity.
Construction Time: 48 months singly; 29 months in quantity.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

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