Quick Ship Profile

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The QSP AKA Quick Ship Profile is a quick reference ship description used by most Imperial agencies and a number of non-Imperials as well. [1]


Please refer to the following AAB Library Data for more information:


Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Quick Ship Profile (QSP) is a short coded description of the mission and capabilities of the ship. The QSP may be enhanced with the Crew Extension (detailing the various crew members for the ship) and the Vehicle Extension (detailing the vehicles and small craft carried by the ship). [2]

Quick Ship Profile Overview[edit]

'Imperial Ship Classification
Mission Type Hull Configuration G’s Jump Remarks
A2 B U 2 1 A basic QSP.
Type A2 class Far Trader 200 tons Unstreamlined Hull Maneuver Drive-2 Jump Drive-1 The ubiquitous Far Trader.

Quick Ship Profile Parameters[edit]

The final ship design is abbreviated into an easily understood Expression, the Quick Ship Profile:

Quick Ship Profile Codes[edit]

Quick Ship Profile[3]
Code Tonnage G J Config Remarks
0 0 tons 0 0 None Only for data purposes.
1 10 tons 1 1 / J-1

Max for TL-10

None Smallcraft
2 20 tons 2 2 / J-2

Max for TL-11

None Smallcraft
3 30 tons 3 3 / J-3

Max for TL-12

None Smallcraft
4 40 tons 4 4 / J-4

Max for TL-13

None Smallcraft
5 50 tons 5 5 / J-5

Max for TL-14

None Smallcraft
6 60 tons 6 6 / J-6

Max for TL-15

None Smallcraft
7 70 tons 7 7 / J-7

Future unrealized tech.

None Smallcraft
8 80 tons 8 8 / J-8

Future unrealized tech.

None Smallcraft
9 90 tons 9 9 / J-9

Future unrealized tech.

None Smallcraft
A 100 tons - 10 parsecs Airframe Hull Adventure Class Ship
B 200 tons - 20 parsecs Braced Hull Adventure Class Ship
C 300 tons - 30 parsecs Cluster Hull Adventure Class Ship
D 400 tons - 40 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
E 500 tons - 50 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
F 600 tons - 60 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
G 700 tons - 70 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
H 800 tons - 80 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
J 900 tons - 90 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
K 1,000 tons 0.1 100 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
L 1,100 tons 0.2 200 parsecs Lifting Body Hull Adventure Class Ship
M 1,200 tons 0.3 300 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
N 1,300 tons 0.4 400 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
P 1,400 tons 0.5 500 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
Q 1,500 tons 0.6 600 parsecs Planetoid Hull Adventure Class Ship
R 1,600 tons 0.7 700 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
S 1,700 tons 0.8 800 parsecs Streamlined Hull Adventure Class Ship
T 1,800 tons 0.9 900 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
U 1,900 tons - 1,000 parsecs Unstreamlined Hull Adventure Class Ship
V 2,000 tons - ^4 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
W 2,100 tons - ^5 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
X 2,200 tons - Unknown parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
Y 2,300 tons - Unknown parsecs - Adventure Class Ship
Z 2,400 tons - > ^5 parsecs - Adventure Class Ship

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The QSP provides a basic identification of the performance capabilities of a ship. The QSP can be expanded with two extensions: [4]

  1. The VX Vehicle Extension, and…
    1. The Vehicle Extension Vx is a variable length string recounting the vehicles and small craft carried by the ship.
  2. The CX Crew Extension.
    1. The Crew Extension. The Crew Extension Cx is a variable length string detailing the crew members for the ship.

CBPUSAL Designation[edit]

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

This article was copied or excerpted from the following copyrighted sources and used under license from Far Future Enterprises or by permission of the author.

  1. Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), 314, 349.
  2. Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), 314.
  3. Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), 349.
  4. Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), 327.