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Approved Starship The White Hat

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  • Manufacturer: Silk Holdings, modified by the Wretched Hive
  • Model: Washburne-class Medium Transport, modified
  • Affiliation: The Underground, sometimes used by Bryce Bantam
  • Production: Unique
  • Material: Durasteel hull
  • Classification: Medium freighter
  • Length: 82m
  • Width: 52m
  • Height: 24m
  • Armament: None
  • Defenses: Moderate (pretends to be Low)
  • Hangar: 2 FLER utility vehicles or equivalent
  • Maneuverability Rating: Moderate (pretends to be Low)
  • Speed Rating: High (pretends to be Low)
  • Hyperdrive Class: 1

  • When absolutely necessary, the White Hat can activate hidden military-grade deflector shield generators.
  • When absolutely necessary, the White Hat can activate hidden military-grade engine components and maneuvering thrusters.
  • The White Hat is based off a common, ubiquitous freighter, and can blend in anywhere.
  • The White Hat has sensor-baffling smuggling compartments. Manual close-range scans (i.e. carrying sensors aboard) are required to find the things in the compartments, and even then you might not find everything.
  • No weapons whatsoever.
  • Somewhat fragile hull.
  • Commonly walks around with flimsy civilian shielding.
  • Ugly as feth.
Description: The White Hat is Jorus' answer to Bryce Bantam's request for a very good smuggling boat. Based off the old Washburne-class medium transport - one of the very few ships that Jorus designed personally from the ground up - the White Hat is ubiquitous.

Stock model description:

The antiquated Firefly-class was a durable but unexceptional design, but nearly a millennium of wear and tear has reduced every existing Firefly-class vessel to scrap and partial blueprints. When contracted to remake the antiquated Firefly-class, Jorus Merrill -- Silk Holdings' specialist in ugly freighters -- attempted to remain faithful to the original design in terms of aesthetics and capacity.

In all honesty, he probably put more work into the project than it deserved. The resulting vessel, dubbed Washburne-class after a legendary pilot of the original class of ship, is as unexceptional as the original model. The ugly little ship is unsuited for combat, due to a lack of weapons and an exposed drive housing. In most places, its armor is sufficient to repel debris, micrometeoroids and light weapons fire.

A single main cargo bay is, perhaps, too tall to be efficient for most unstacked cargoes. Housed above the bay, two very small, lightly armed freight loader vessels provide some transportation flexibility.
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