Liapryrzh class Battle Carrier

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Liapryrzh class Battle Carrier
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Liapryrzh class Battle Carrier
Type: VTB Battle Tender
Origin Zhodani
Tech Level TL–14
Size 750,000 Tons
Jump J-3
Maneuver 2 G
Hardpoints 7,500
Cargo 502 Tons
Crew 5,590
Officers TBD
Enlisted TBD
Passengers 0 High/Med 0 Low
Cost MCr 379,416.75
Qty: MCr 303,533.4
Liapryrzh class Battle Carrier

The Liapryrzh class Battle Carrier is a ship serving with the Zhodani Navy.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Serving with the Zhodani Navy the Liapryrzh is equipped with (5) 60,000 ton Achzhdr class Battle Riders and (150) 50 ton Fighters. It has an unstreamlined dispersed structure hull. It has jump 3, 2 G's acceleration, and a model 8 fib computer.

Tonnage: 750,000 tons (standard), 10,500,000 cubic meters.
Crew: 559 officers, 5,031 ratings.
Performance: Jump-3. 2G acceleration. Power plant-4. 30,000 EP. Agility 2.
Electronics: Model 8/fib computer
Hardpoints: Fifteen 100-ton bays. Six hundred and ten 50 ton bays. One thousand two hundred fifty turret hardpoints.
Armament: Five 100-ton meson gun bays. Five 100-ton particle accelerator bays. Two hundred fifty triple beam laser turrets organized into 25 batteries. Ten 50 ton fusion gun bays. Six hundred 50 ton missile bays.
Defenses: Five 100-ton repulsor bays. One thousand triple sandcaster turrets organized into 100 batteries. Meson screen (factor-6). Nuclear Damper (factor-6).
Craft: 150 50 ton fighters
Fuel Treatment: No fuel scoops No fuel purification plant
Cost: MCr36594.8 standard. MCr29275.8 in quantity.
Construction Time: 58 months standard, 46 months in quantity.

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