TR4c-T0R "Sichel" Black Market Rheinland Very Heavy Fighter

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TR4c-T0R "Sichel" Black Market Rheinland Very Heavy Fighter
Sichel.png
Ship Class Very Heavy Fighter
Built by Pirates
Technical information
Guns/Turrets 6 / 0
Opt. weapon class
Max. weapon class
Other equipment
Hull strength 12,100
Max. shield class
Cargo space 65 units
Nanobots/Batteries 68/68
Max. impulse speed 80 m/s
Max. thrust speed 199 m/s
Max. cruise speed 350 m/s
Power output 12,400 u
Power recharge 1,240 u/s
Additional information
Ship price $2,156,821
Package price $2,502,320

DSCore: Sichel

The "Sichel" was the LWB's first successful advancement into the field of ship building. This ship was designed during the early stages of the war between Rheinland and Liberty started, when the LWB's leaders realized that the war would cause difficulties in accessing the civilian ships previously used within their ranks. After a lengthy period of trial and error, the first successful prototype had been created together with Coalition and Hessian engineers, by modifying an Eagle chassis with durable, locally made hull materials and more rugged electronic components. The ship soon was built in greater numbers, but it remained an uncommon sight among the LWB due to the relatively higher production costs and limited manufacturing facilities available

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