Murada class Battle Rider

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Murada class Battle Rider
Type: BR Battle Rider
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Cargo 0 Tons
Cost MCr680 in quantity 544
Crew 57 with 50 marines
Hardpoints 10
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Jump J-0
Maneuver 1 G
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Origin The Last Line
Passengers 0 High/Med 0 Low
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Size 1,000 Tons
Streamlining {{{aerodynam}}}
Tech Level TL–10
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Four in service

TBD

Description / Specifications[edit]

The Naval Forces of The Last Line use this class to patrol and defend seven star systems.

Hull / Engineering[edit]

The Murada Class is built using a buffered planetoid hull, with heavy plates of armor fitted to the reinforce the interior. They are unstreamlined and incapable of wilderness refueling. The maneuver drives develop 1G acceleration with no agility.

Main Section[edit]

For combat management and defense it carries a model 4 fib computer adjacent to the main bridge. It carries a fifty marine cavalry platoon.

Armament[edit]

They have a large missile bay.

Defenses[edit]

Asteroid hull, internal plating and structural reinforcement.

Subcraft[edit]

The marines deploy on five Grav APCs.

Background / History[edit]

Built locally at Murada for the The Last Line, the youngest state within the Distant Fringe, located in the coreward/spinward quadrant of Halcyon Sector. The fleet deploys a pair of these aboard two Jesel Class Fleet Tenders. They are so heavily armored as to be all but immune to mundane surface strikes. Only radiation and meson weapons stand any chance to defeating them.

References & Contributors / Sources[edit]

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