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Approved Starship Low Altitude Assault Transport/Xerius (LAAT/X)

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Low Altitude Assault Transport/Xerius

Out of Character Information
  • Intent: The purpose of this submission is to provide the Confederacy of Independent Systems with a new, standard dropship whose role revolves around the delivery of vehicles.
  • Development Thread: N/A
Production Information
  • Manufacturer: Rothana Heavy Engineering
  • Model: Low Altitude Assault Transport/Xerius (LAAT/X)
  • Affiliation: The Confederacy of Independent Systems
  • Modularity: No
  • Production: Mass-Produced
  • Material: Durasteel, Turadium, Glasteel
  • Build: Assault
Technical Specifications
  • Classification: Heavy Dropship
  • Role: Vehicle Transport
  • Height: 20 meters
  • Width: 55 meters
  • Length: 40 meters
  • Power Core Generator/Reactor: Solar Ionization Reactor
  • Hyperdrive Rating: 3.0
  • Minimum Crew: 1 (Pilot)
  • Optimal Crew: 5 (Pilot, Co-Pilot, Gunners)
  • Cargo Capacity: 350 metric tons
  • Consumables: 1 month
  • Sublight Speed and Maneuverability: Class 4
  • Passenger Capacity: 0
Non-Combative Attachments
  • Standard Communications Array
  • Standard Navigational Systems
  • Standard Life Support Systems
  • Standard Targeting Systems
  • Deflector Shield Systems
  • Standard Sensory Suite
Armaments
  • Homing Cluster Missile Launcher (1)
  • Mass-Driver Missile Launcher (1)
  • Repeating Laser Cannons (2)
Complement
  • Confederate Walkers or War Droids (4)
Description

The Low Altitude Assault Transport/Xerius, affectionately referred to as "Latty" by the armed personnel of the Confederacy's military is an exceptional vehicle poised to become the faction's standard, vehicle dropship. Named in honor of the notable, Basilisk commander who served in the original incarnation of the CIS, the LAAT/X was designed by Rothana Heavy Engineering in order to fulfill the role of vehicle transportation. While slow, the vessel was designed to be as durable as possible; for the deliverance of vehicles could spell the difference between a successful or failed military operation. To this end, the hull construction of the LAAT/X mimics that of the capital ships created at Druckenwell Shipyards, consisting of a durable frame and plates composed of Durasteel and Turadium. In addition, the vessel incorporates a deflector shield system standard; thereby adding to the vessel's total defensive capabilities.


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