Fighting Ships (TA 7)

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Fighting Ships
TA7-FightingShips.jpg
Traveller's Aide #7
Author Ben W. BellMartin Dougherty
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (PDF)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher QuikLink Interactive
Version Traveller D20
Year Published 2003
Available from RPGNow
Also See Imperial Navy
Fighting Ships (TA 7)
Fighting Ships (TA 7) is a QuikLink Interactive product.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Imperial Navy is the dominant military force in Charted Space. This volume reveals what the navy does, how it does it, and what tools it uses.

TA 7: Fighting Ships starts off with a comprehensive look at the Imperial Navy, starting with its long and prestigious history and moving on to the technology and design concepts involved in creating a fighting starship. Naval missions are given a thorough treatment, as are the roles of the various different ship classes and their organization into squadrons, task groups and fleets.

Also detailed are many of the warship classes in service in 993 TI, including:

Each class is discussed in terms of its history and possible future, its role and its unique characteristics.

Fighting Ships covers all sizes of ships, and can provide encounters ranging from a battle fleet to a patrol ship, a system defense monitor to a fighter.

These are the vessels that fought the Solomani Rim War and the Third Frontier War. Traveller players using other eras may encounter earlier or later versions of these ships, making TA7 an indispensable resource for the Traveller Referee.

Table of Contents[edit]

Fighting Ships (TA 7)
Section Page/s
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Library Data Entries (Public)[edit]

  1. Battleship
  2. Bomber
  3. Carrier
  4. Charted Space
  5. Cruiser
  6. Destroyer
  7. Fighter
  8. Fleet
  9. Imperial Navy
  10. Military Ship
  11. Solomani Rim War
  12. Squadron
  13. Task Group
  14. Third Frontier War

Library Data Entries (Automated)[edit]

Library data entries
Alphabetical List


Selected Ships[edit]

  1. Arandol class Light Cruiser
  2. Atlantic class Heavy Cruiser
  3. Azhanti High Lightning class Fleet Intruder
  4. Barcol class Light Cruiser
  5. Chrysanthemum class Escort Destroyer
  6. Darmine class Colonial Light Carrier
  7. Diaspora class Battlecruiser
  8. Effendi class Heavy Cruiser
  9. Farnex class System Missile Defense Boat
  10. Fer-de-Lance class Escort Destroyer
  11. Gishuda class Fleet Carrier
  12. Huron class Bombardment Cruiser
  13. Lorimar class Strike Carrier
  14. Perisher class Fast Dreadnought
  15. Ramada class Corvette
  16. Resolute Bastion class Armored Cruiser
  17. Roivalk class Destroyer
  18. Saberwolf class Fleet Destroyer (Block I)
  19. Saberwolf class Fleet Destroyer (Block II)
  20. Seydlitz class Strike Monitor
  21. Tiananmen class Battleship
  22. Timarin class Battlerider
  23. Vishe class Light Monitor
  24. Vrenair class Assault Carrier
  25. Vrysonu class Missile Cruiser
  26. Zahvat class Strike Cruiser
  27. Zastreti class Interdiction Cruiser

Selected Smallcraft[edit]

  1. Dryad class Fighter
  2. Grigrot class Strike Fighter
  3. Likuurka class Bomber

Meta-history & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Traveller's Aide #7 Fighting Ships is a later Traveller supplement.

Credits (Primary Sources)[edit]

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Written By: Ben W. Bell and Martin Dougherty
Edited By: Martin Dougherty
Cover By: Bryan Gibson
Interior Illustrations By Bryan Gibson
Ship Designs By: William ‘Commander X’ Prankard IV
Art Direction By: Hunter Gordon

External Link/s[edit]

Commentary & Data articles:

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Reviews:

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Other Articles:

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References & Contributions (Sources)[edit]

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