Ninz class Scout

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Ninz class Scout
Type: SG Scout Vessel
Agility X
Also see Scout Vessel - Zhodani Navy
Architect TBD
Blueprint Yes
Canon Yes. Published, canon starship design.
Cargo 5.0 Tons
Cost MCr75.878 in quantity 60.702
Crew 3
Enlisted 1
Officers 2
EOS Still in active service.
Era 1105
Hardpoints 1
Hull Wedge Hull
Illustration Yes
Jump J-2
Maneuver 2 G
Manufacturer Various
Marines 0
Model Model/4
Origin Zhodani Consulate
Passengers 5 High/Med 0 Low
Reference Adventure Class Ships Volume 1 TBD.
Size 100 Tons
Size-cat ACS
Streamlining Lifting Body Hull
Tech Level TL–14
Starships are designed with the Classic Traveller format, using High Guard.

The Ninz class Scout is a recon starship.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

It is a vessel with 1-G and J-1 performance with a streamlined TBD hull.

The Ninz-class Scout is an exploratory vessel, uses a 100-ton streamlined hull, and is primarily intended to be operated in times of war by the Zhodani Navy. It is used extensively for patrols, and it has an armored hull to prolong its life in battle.

The Ninz sports the Chiata A/2 jump drive, the Biafrchtev-mA/2 maneuver drive, and the Bonzhtlensh Chezzhdiakl-A power plant, and is capable of Jump-2 and 2-G acceleration. Fuel tankage of 22 tons supports 28 days of operations and one Jump-2. On the bridge is a computer Model/4. There are seven staterooms and no low berths. The ship has a triple turret installed, bearing missile launchers. There is one ship's vehicle: an air/raft. Cargo capacity is 5.0 tons.

This Zhodani Scout Vessel requires a crew of three: pilot/astrogator/engineer, medic if passengers and a gunner if armed. The ship can carry up to five additional personnel, depending on function and other requirements.

Image Repository[edit]

  1. Two Zhodani scout vessels in spaceflight.
    Ninz-class FASA-FFE 02-May-2019.jpg

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 TBD tons.
2. Crew xTBD crew.
3. Performance / Engineering Propulsion:
4. Main Section / Electronics Model/TBD fib computer.
5. Hardpoints xTBD hardpoints.
6. Armament / Weaponry The normal weapons fit-out for it is:
  • No information yet available.
7. Defenses No information yet available.
8. Craft / Subcraft TBD
9. Fuel Treatment TBD
10. Cost MCrTBD.
11. Construction Time TBD months to build, TBD months in quantity.
12. Remarks No information yet available.
  • Standard cargo capacity amounts to TBD.0 tons.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The Ninz class Scout is a ship serving with the Zhodani Navy.

Class Naming Practice/s & Peculiarities[edit]

Vessel Peculiarities: No information yet available.

Class Naming Practice/s: No information yet available.

Selected Variant Types & Classes[edit]

Paramilitary Vessel - Scout Vessel - Military Scout:

  1. Type SG class Gunned Scout
    1. Chatl class Leader Scout
    2. Hunter class Armored Scout
    3. KE2 Zerp class Battle Scout
    4. Militia class Military Scout
    5. Ninz class Scout
    6. Prata class Attack Scout
    7. Protective class Scout
    8. Skela class Attack Scout
    9. Stayaow class Combat Scout
    10. Switch Black class Intruder Scout
    11. Vanguard class Attack Scout
    12. Wiesbaden class Military Scout
    13. Wrathful class War Scout

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.