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Approved Starship The Oneiromancer

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Mercenary, Artist.
Posted 02 November 2013 - 08:02 PM


Intent: A personal ship for Je'gan Olra'en
Development Thread: No
Manufacturer: Silk Holdings
Model: Reliquary-class (a product line of one unit)
Affiliation: Independent
Modularity: Yes
Production: Unique
  • Durasteel (hull)
  • Impervium (hull coating)
  • Condensed-matter composite (engine housing)
  • Glasteel (viewports)
Description: What does one do when one's old friend successfully manages a galaxy-spanning corporation of shipwrights and gas stations? When one has recently returned to life and finds oneself in need of a little transportation? When said old friend owes one a substantial, even vital debt, according to some?

One calls in one's markers and gets a pretty ship.

The Oneiromancer is heavily automated, relying on a sextet of BR-BL3 astromech droids and a single organic crewmember. Its armament is low and unconventional; its owner, believe it or not, prefers to avoid space combat. With a couple of exceptions, its armament functions as follows. If anyone gets near it, they fall asleep. If it flies over a town, the town falls asleep. If it cuddles up to an enemy warship, that warship has a decent chance of falling asleep, assuming the Connor nets deploy and the boarding harpoons go in without incident. In terms of conventional weaponry, though, the Oneiromancer has nothing, and is utterly helpless in space once the Connor nets and harpoons have been exhausted. It is, however, quite durable and built for exceptional speed, with a dual reactor system and an advanced condensed-matter composite engine housing to avoid structural damage from the powerful engines' vibrations. When the Oneiromancer's engines go to full burn, any aural sensor registers the vessel's passage as a gut-deep roar.

A myostim unit helps Je'gan recover from whatever his latest bout with death may have been, and a meditation chamber allows him peace and quiet (but does not amplify his powers artificially in the manner of a Sith meditation sphere). Knowing that @Tahira Solo happily spent much of her time on Jonathon Patches' ship, Je'gan ordered the Oneiromancer built for a crew of one, with room for two as necessary. The ship can fit five passengers apart from the extra berth in the master suite. A Universal Energy Cage is a necessity; Je'gan well remembers having to defeat Mak Manto in bitter mental combat in order to get the Thisspasian off his previous ship. He likes having options for Forcers who prove themselves to be obstacles.

Classification: Courier/Freighter
Role: Personal Transport
Height: 12m
Width: 38m
Length: 62m
Power Core Generator/Reactor: Solar Ionization Reactor (2)
Hyperdrive Rating: Class 1, Class 10 backup
Minimum Crew: 1
Optimal Crew: 1, plus 6 BR-BL3 astromechs

Hangar: N/A
Non-Combative Attachments:
  • HoloNet transceiver
  • Universal Energy Cage
  • Tractor/pressor beam
  • Particle shield generator
  • Ray shield generator
  • Force cylinder
  • Myostim unit
  • Navicomputer
  • False telesponder
  • Meditation chamber/training room
Passenger Capacity: 6
Cargo Capacity: 70 metric tons
Consumables: 1 year
Sublight Speed and Maneuverability: Class 4
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