Omega Supreme class Battle Rider

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Omega Supreme class Battle Rider
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Distant Fringe vessel.
Type: BRL Battle Rider
Agility {{{agility}}}
Also see Battle Rider
Architect Ronald B. Kline, Jr.
Blueprint No
Canon No. Unpublished, non-canon fan design.
Cargo 12.5 Tons
Cost MCr27,668.984, MCr. 22,135.187 in quantity.
Crew 458 with 200 marines
Enlisted 397
Officers 61
EOS {{{EOS}}}
Era 1105
Hardpoints 200
Hull [[Needle Hull]]
Illustration No
Jump J-0
Maneuver 6 G
Manufacturer Various
Marines 200
Model Model/TBD
Origin [[Ras Tennol Forces]]
Passengers 0 High/Med 229 Low
Reference Fan: Ronald B. Kline, Jr.
Size 20,000 Tons
Size-cat BCS
Streamlining Streamlined Hull
Tech Level TL–12
USP BR-L1067F3-091106-888K9-1
Starships are designed with the Classic Traveller format, using High Guard Shipyard v1.13 written by Andrea Vallance.

The Omega Supreme class Battle Rider is a warship.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Ras Tennol Oni class Fleet Tender can carry five of these TL–12 warships. The Omega Supreme class Battle Rider was designed to destroy enemy combatants on the front line. They are equipped with back up systems and a low watch to absorb critical hits, but are considered a glass hammer. They carry a very powerful ship killing meson gun, but had to sacrifice hull armor and agility to do so.

Image Repository[edit]

No information yet available.

General Description & Deck Plans[edit]

No information yet available.

Basic Ship Characteristics[edit]

Following the Imperial Navy and IISS Universal Ship Profile and data, additional information is presented in the format shown here. The small craft factor indicates the number of squadrons (...of ten subcraft) carried on the ship. Tonnage on the universal ship profile is shown in kilotons (...thousands of tons) where necessary. [1]

Basic Ship Characteristics [2]
No. Category Remarks
1. Tonnage / Hull 20,000 tons.
2. Crew x458.
3. Performance 6-G acceleration, 7-power, 1,400 EPs.
4. Electronics (x2) Model/6 fib.
5. Hardpoints x200 hardpoints.
6. Armament x1 Factor-K spinal mounted meson gun, x1 Factor-8 particle accelerator bay, x7 Factor-9 missile bays, x10 triple beam laser turrets in x1 Factor-8 battery, and x10 dual fusion gun turrets in x1 Factor-8 battery.
7. Defenses x2 Factor-1 nuclear dampers, x2 Factor-1 meson screens, x10 triple sand caster turrets in x1 Factor-9 battery, x1 Factor-6 repulsor bay.
8. Craft x10 10T Fighters.
9. Fuel Treatment Fuel Scoops and On Board Fuel Purification.
10. Cost MCr27,668.984, MCr. 22,135.187 in quantity.
11. Construction Time Architects Fee: MCr 276.69 months.
12. Comments Five carried on each Ras Tennol Oni class Fleet Tender.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

To augment the Ras Tennol Forces, these vessels can carry their own marines and fighters to compliment and expand upon the resources of their motherships. Then can be left behind for system defense duties as a monitor. Against enemy battleships they have to overwhelm targets with their numbers and hope to score enough internal hits to disable their enemy before they are crippled.

Distant Fringe Vessels[edit]

The Distant Fringe is said to be a far spinward-rimward area inhabited by colonists and refugees originating on Terra. The region is extremely isolated, separated from the rest of Charted Space by vast, almost uncrossable rifts that were once broached by a system of calibration Points and the use of tankers. Those few academics within Charted Space who have found references to the Distant Fringe regard it as little more than a tall tale. Likewise, many of the inhabitants of the Distant Fringe believe the existence of Charted Space to be mythical.[3]

Vessels originating within the Distant Fringe are very rarely encountered outside of the region. However, misjumps do occur and anomalies with bizarre spacetime and Jumpspace effects exist: as such, craft of this type are not entirely unknown within Charted Space.[4]

Class Naming Practice/s & Peculiarities[edit]

Each vessel within the class is named by the government of the state that produces it. They generally draw on traditional naming protocols and it is not uncommon for a historical class name to be reused.

  • Individual vessels within the class are issued specific serial numbers and transponder codes.
  • Naming a ship is considered a serious affair and is generally accompanied by a traditional ceremony, usually pouring a local beverage over the bows of the craft. Starfarers tend to be superstitious folk and a ship with a frivolous name is considered "unlucky".

Vessel Peculiarities: No information yet available.

Class Naming Practice/s: No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

Warship - Non-starship - Boat - Light Battle Rider:

  1. Type BRL class Light Battle Rider
    1. Ardi class Battle Rider
    2. Aulinu class Battle Rider
    3. Cleon class Battle Rider
    4. Dungfumbler class Heavy Battle Rider
    5. Houdini class Battle Rider
    6. Iingar class Light Battle Rider
    7. Joao class Battle Rider
    8. Joneslow class Battle Rider
    9. Lithos Mailed class Heavy Battle Rider
    10. Narsil class Battle Rider
    11. Nolikian class Battle Rider
    12. Nosea class Battle Rider
    13. Omega Supreme class Battle Rider
    14. Parasite class Battle Rider
    15. Perseus class Battle Rider
    16. Quiquilat class Battle Rider
    17. Reverent Prayer class Battle Rider
    18. Sacnoth class Battle Rider
    19. Trindel class Battle Rider
    20. Valhalla class Battle Rider
    21. Zero Karma class Heavy Battle Rider

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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  1. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.
  2. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.
  3. An unpublished factoid written by Maksim-Smelchak
  4. An unpublished factoid written by Maksim-Smelchak