The following are entries into the database regarding Project Enigma - the examination and exploitation of the Galactic Alliance naval vessels and technology acquired after the Endgame incident. The original files are located within the database of the Ablution, while copies are located in Maldrood datavaults, as well as those of the Saaraishash and the Imperial Navy for future exploitation.
Thranta Mk II-class Patrol Frigate
Modestly outdated frigate based on the ancient Thranta cruiser design. Has ample side firepower but lacks in modern technology. Cannot engage enemies from the front. Suffers from an inability to use multiple weapons at the same time. Class C threat - recommend engagement at long range with cruiser or heavy cruiser beam weaponry.
Nebulon B7 Frigate
Out of date frigate once used by the Omega Protectorate. Hand-me-down to the Galactic Alliance. Is obsolete in almost every fashion, lacking in defensive capabilities, durability, speed, and maneuverability compared to modern frigates. Class D threat - recommend a wing of strike bombers or heavy bombers with fighter escort to destroy.
Nebulon B9 Frigate
Out of date spaceframe fitting potent gravity well generator technology, originally used by the Omega Protectorate. Underarmed and almost as ineffectual as the Nebulon B7, but still a danger to Imperial shipping. Class A threat - recommend multiple wings of strike bombers armed with ion bombs to disable the target for capture.
Saint-class Search and Rescue Craft
Miniscule frigate used for search and rescue duties. Surprisingly fast and maneuverable for a ship of its size, even by modern standards. Poorly armed and armored, often found around sites of Alliance battlefields searching for survivors among the wreckage. Class A threat - recommend strike bombers with fighter escort and ion bombs to disable the target for capture.
Telum-class Frigate
Obsolete picket carrier used by the Omega Protectorate. Hand-me-downs to the Alliance. Ineffective as warships in every form, but can carry a wide variety of fighters, including modern craft. Class B threat - recommend multiple beam-equipped small warships in concert with fighter support from Forge, Vornskr, or TIE Interceptors,

Metellos-class Carrier Frigate
Obsolete picket carrier once used by the Republic. Hand-me-downs to the Alliance. Ineffective as warships in every form, similar to the Telum, but can carry a wide variety of fighters, including modern craft. Class B threat - recommend multiple beam-equipped small warships in concert with fighter support from Forge, Vornskr, or TIE Interceptors, or alternatively, Scrapmetal swarm.
Hammerhead Frigate
Obsolete frigate once used by the Republic. Hand-me-downs to the Alliance. Superior to the Nebulon B7, but overall inferior to modern warships. Carries a small fighter complement that may include modern fighters, so should not be discounted. Class C threat - recommend a beam-equipped small or medium warship with fighter support to engage and destroy, or Scrapmetal swarm.
Pelta II-class Frigate
Medical frigate, used by the Alliance to help deal with casualties from wartime. Poorly armed and armored, and surprisingly limited production. Important to the logistics of the Alliance. Class A threat - recommend multiple strike bomber wings with ion bombs and fighter support to disable ship for capturing.
Gladius-class Heavy Command Frigate
Alliance frigate used for coordination of ground assaults. Has durable armor for a frigate, and is fast, but unmaneuverable. Possesses a wing of fighters and is commonly used as a coordinating ship for piracy on Imperial shipping due to its boarding capabilities. Class A threat - recommend multiple strike bomber wings with ion bombs and fighter support to disable ship for capturing.
Relentless-class Assault Frigate
Obsolete frigate once employed by the Omega Protectorate. Features a large-scale hypervelocity gun capable of engaging targets at long range.Ship lacks in speed and maneuverability, but can prove deadly in groups when the target is unaware of their presence. Class C threat - recommend multiple small or medium beam-equipped warships to engage and destroy.
Cygnar-class Mk I Heavy Frigate
Powerful frigate used by the Alliance. Formerly part of the Phoenix Fleet. Features ample point defense cannons and heavy weaponry, but is slow and unmaneuverable as most frigates of its type are. Class C threat - recommend a small or medium beam-armed warship to engage at long range and destroy.
Inquisitor-class Stealth Frigate
Functionally aging frigate design once used by the Omega Protectorate. Few if any still exist in Alliance hands. Ship is nearly immune to detection - cannot be detected with gravitic, magnetic, optical, or traditional sensors - optical distortion sensors or crystal grav-field trap is needed. Class A threat - recommend multiple strike bomber wings with ion bombs and fighter support to disable ship for capturing.
Hardcell X-class Anti-Starfighter Frigate
Near corvette-sized warship intended for use in an anti-starfighter role. Utilizes plasma machine guns in significant numbers which, while minimally effective individually, ensure that fighters will be experiencing fire. Has minimal anti-warship armament and exposed fuel cells. Class C threat - recommend engagement at long range with a beam-armed warship.
Krayiss-class Escort Frigate
Escort frigate nearly identical in form to the Hardcell - make sure to send scouts to determine the warship's armament. Still possesses the exposed fuel cells. Is effective in numbers against Imperial warships. Class C threat - recommend engagement at long range with a beam-armed warship.
C-9980-class Assault Frigate
Shaped similar to ancient Trade Federation landing craft. Heavy frigate fitting capable anti-warship armament, but drastically lacking in any sort of significant anti-fighter capabilities. Class C threat - recommend multiple waves of strike bombers or heavy bombers with fighter escort.
C-9981-class Artillery Frigate
Shaped similar to ancient Trade Federation landing craft. Artillery frigate built around a single planetary-grade turbolaser or ion cannon. Turbolaser variation can be dealt with, but ion cannon variation is a significant threat even to large-scale warships. Class B threat - recommend using cruiser or corvette to outflank and engage from the vulnerable sides.
Skor-class Monitor Frigate
Based around the Hardcell design, fits a single large hypervelocity cannon comparable to an old Pluton-class Battleship's main gun. Lacks in point defense, using only slugthrowers. Possesses vulnerable fuel cells like all other Hardcell-based frigate designs used by the Alliance. Class C threat - recommend engagement with strike bomber or heavy bomber wings.
Duquesne-class Heavy Frigate
Heavy frigate design built around a former bulk freighter chassis. Has significant firepower and defenses, but is extremely slow and unmaneuverable. Does still use slugthrowers for anti-fighter defense. Has one fighter squadron in hangar. Class B threat - Recommend use of Scrapmetal swarm.