• Intent: Personal starfighter for Saera Savan and awards for highly decorated Imperial fighter pilots.
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  • Canon Link: HLAF-500 | TIE Series
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  • Manufacturer: Serpentan Blackyards [SBY]
  • Model: Aggregator-Class Heavy/Light Assault Fighter
  • Affiliation:
    • Saera Willamina Savan
    • Closed-Market
  • Production: Semi-Unique
  • Material:
    • Durasteel-Titanium Alloy
    • Plasteel
    • Titanium Alloy
    • Glassteel
    • Misc. Component Materials
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  • Combines a mix of strong armour plating and flexible, light shielding with the raw power of a twin ion engine system to provide a very flexible fighting platform.
  • The low-capacity shields are prone to overloading, and field maintenance of the armour is virtually impossible, requiring the full plating structure to be replaced.
  • (+1) Both vulcan blaster cannons are slaved directly to cooling units in the s-foil hardpoints. Extended use or damage to the s-foils may cause rapid overheating of the weapon, shield and propulsion systems, potentially inhibiting short or long term functionality.
Description[background=rgb(30,30,30)]: The Aggregator is a custom starfighter commissioned by former operations officer of Ri'ess-Emeritus and daughter of the infamous Circe Savan. Its design is literally the marriage of Correllian Engineering Corporation's Heavy/Light Attack Fighter 500 and Sienar Fleet System's Twin Ion Engine. Unlike fighters of the TIE Series, the Aggregator retains use of its fuselage and bubble-canopy cockpit, with iconic TIE s-foil wings replacing the former engine pods. The new s-foil system was designed from the ground up as a proprietary component of the Aggregator's design, completely unique from official TIE starships developed by SFS. All major Sienar components were purchased as crate units from the open market to avoid rights violations or licensing conflicts. To complete the package, Ri'ess-Emeritus' HoloSynthetic Display system was tied to all flight systems, protected by DRM licensing software.