OUT OF CHARACTER INFORMATION
- Intent: To create a fighter to rival most modern fighters for The Elysium Empire.
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- Manufacturer: MandalArms, Veinstein Labs and Innovations
- Affiliation: The Elysium Empire
- Market Status: Open-Market
- Model: X-Wing
- Production: Mass Produced
- Material: Titanium, Durasteel, Alusteel
- Classification: Fighter
- Length: 11.5 Meters
- Width: 5 Meters
- Height: 6.3 Meters
- Armament: Average
- 4x double laser cannons, one for each wing
- 2x frontal Ion cannons
- Defenses: Average
- 1x Deflector Shield
- Squadron Count: Average | 12
- Maneuverability Rating: Average
- Speed Rating: Average
- Hyperdrive: No Hyperdrive
- All Standard Features, lacking a hyperdrive
- Can lock S-foils
- Stun, Blast, or Blow em up: The X-Class Elysium Fighter is equipped with laser cannons, Ion cannons, and proton torpedoes, giving a large amount of versatility and adaptability.
- Maneuverable: The X-Class Elysium Fighter is faster and more maneuverable than most fighters.
- Shielded: Light shields allow the X-Class Elysium Fighter to take a hit or two before taking direct damage.
- No Hyperdrive: The X-Class must be transported inside a hangar due to the lack of a hyperdrive.
- Weak: The lasers on the X-class are weak as they share a single power source.
The Elysium Empire needed fighters of its' own in order to seriously compete with enemies such as The First Order, and The Sith Empire. Thus Heath Valhoun made an order with Veinstein Labs and Innovations to produce a fighter comparable to The X-Wings used in the past. Veinstein got to work, creating a modern copy of The X-Wing. The modern copy is smaller and more mobile but has no hyperdrive, and shares one power source for all of its' weaponry.
The cost is about the same as a typical X-wing, so to cut costs, Heath chose to make the ships and their design open for purchase by anyone at a much higher price than its' production cost.