Conquest class Heavy Cruiser

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Conquest class Heavy Cruiser
Imperial Sunburst-Sun-IISS-Traveller.gif
Non-canon fan design.
Type: CH Heavy Cruiser
Agility {{{agility}}}
Also see Cruiser
Architect Ronald B. Kline, Jr.
Blueprint {{{blueprint}}}
Canon {{{canon}}}
Cargo 4 Tons
Cost MCr35,598.874   in quantity=28,479.099
Crew 480 with 120 marines
Enlisted TBD
Officers TBD
EOS {{{EOS}}}
Era {{{era}}}
Hardpoints 500
Hull [[{{{hull}}}]]
Illustration {{{illustration}}}
IOC TBD
Jump J-2
Maneuver 3 G
Manufacturer Various
Marines TBD
Model TBD
Origin Firstworlds
Passengers 0 High/Med 240 Low
QSP TBD
Reference {{{ref}}}
Size 50,000 Tons
Size-cat BCS
Streamlining {{{aerodynam}}}
Tech Level TL–11
USP TBD
Starships are designed with the Classic Traveller format, using High Guard Shipyard v1.13 written by Andrea Vallance.

The Conquest class Heavy Cruiser is a line warship.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

This design is a product of the orbital boatyards of Tal Varisa (Far Home 0911), and represent one of the most dangerous battle lines anywhere in this region of space. Almost no other power can stand against their firepower and overwhelming numbers. However, their true function is disguised by subtle misdirection. They serve as tankers for the Magada class Battleships on special long range strikes.

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 craft) carried on the ship. Tonnage on the universal ship profile is shown in kilotons (thousands of tons) where necessary. [1]

Basic Ship Characteristics [2]
#. Category Remarks
1. Tonnage 50,000 tons. It is an fully streamlined, needle/wedge structure hull.
2. Crew 480 with 120 marines. The low watch can be used to replace crew loses or for extra troops.
3. Performance They are capable of 3-G acceleration and have 2-Agility. They are fitted with enough internal fuel for two Jump-2s and a single Jump-1.
4. Electronics They are fitted with a pair of model 5 fib computers.
5. Hardpoints 500 hardpoints.
6. Armament The spinal particle accelerator and shoals of missiles can batter and dispose of most enemy ships of the line. They have 10 triple beam laser turrets, 10 dual plasma gun turrets firing in a point defense role, the best spinal particle accelerator available at this technology level and 400 triple missile turrets for offense.
7. Defenses These ships give the appearance of a heavy cruiser and carry the appropriate weapons load, their weakness is the lack of reinforced hull armor. For defense they have a repulsor bay, carry 25 triple sand caster turrets in five batteries.
8. Craft They can carry 120 marines with 95 drop capsules, a squadron of ten 10 ton light fighters and two 20 ton recovery boats.
9. Fuel Treatment They are fitted with fuel scoops and on board fuel purification for wilderness ocean refueling.
10. Cost MCr35,598.874   in quantity=28,479.099
11. Construction Time 36 months average.
12. Comments They have storage capacity for an additional 3,045 tons of fuel to service other vessels and can carry Jump-2 drop tank.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

In Service: 3. This design serves with the Firstworlds fleet.

Class Naming Practice/s & Peculiarities[edit]

No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

Military Ship - Warship - Heavy Cruiser:

  1. Type CH class Heavy Cruiser
    1. Arakoine class Strike Cruiser
    2. Atlantic class Heavy Cruiser
    3. Aubaka class Battle Cruiser
    4. Bastion class Battle Cruiser
    5. Blake class Heavy Cruiser
    6. Canton class Control Cruiser
    7. Chazhdr class Light Cruiser
    8. Conquest class Heavy Cruiser
    9. Cynical Son class Battlecruiser
    10. Dacrows Mire class Battlecruiser
    11. Dadiat class Heavy Cruiser
    12. Dauntless class Heavy Cruiser
    13. Effendi class Heavy Cruiser
    14. Elaezoe class Cruiser
    15. Elfen Lied class Heavy Cruiser
    16. Eurisko class Heavy Cruiser
    17. Fulcrum class Battlecruiser
    18. Gateway class Heavy Cruiser
    19. Gauntlet class Battlecruiser
    20. Glenaurian class Heavy Cruiser
    21. Gridlow class Heavy Cruiser
    22. Halsey Keats class Heavy Cruiser
    23. Honre class Asteroid Battle Cruiser
    24. Hu Gi Singh class Battlecruiser
    25. Iridium Vow class Battlecruiser
    26. Joker class Battle Cruiser
    27. Kagori class Battlecruiser
    28. Kalradin class Battlecruiser
    29. Kas'Drak class Strike Cruiser
    30. Kirov class Cruiser
    31. Mercury class Heavy Cruiser
    32. Minsk class Heavy Cruiser
    33. Mongol Risen class Cruiser
    34. Narmo class Heavy Cruiser
    35. Neivrdlalh class Heavy Cruiser
    36. Nightrim class Heavy Cruiser
    37. Nordica class Battlecruiser
    38. Normandy class Heavy Cruiser
    39. Panjiach class Heavy Cruiser
    40. Planet class Heavy Cruiser
    41. Pukushik class Cruiser
    42. Refined class Heavy Cruiser
    43. Regal class Battlecruiser
    44. Repulse class Heavy Cruiser
    45. Rugiceps class Light Cruiser
    46. Scapa class Heavy Frigate
    47. Sentinel class Heavy Cruiser
    48. SH70K class Heavy Cruiser
    49. Shtiaba class Light Cruiser
    50. Tash class Heavy Cruiser
    51. Tliabazhdrinzh class Heavy Cruiser
    52. Trend class Support Cruiser
    53. Umbra class Battlecruiser
    54. Viatoris class Heavy Cruiser
    55. Vieblazhdr class Heavy Cruiser
    56. Vonk class Cruiser
    57. Vrapkenchkinj class Light Battlecruiser
    58. Windhorst class Heavy Cruiser
    59. Xing!kir class Light Cruiser
    60. Xundar class Heavy Cruiser

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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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. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.
  2. Timothy B. Brown. Fighting Ships (Game Designers Workshop, 1981), 10.