Ships

Modified YT-1300 Freighter
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One of the most infamous vessels of the Galactic Civil War, the Millennium Falcon has spirited Senators, Rebel Leaders, and Jedi Knights through the most perilous moments of the conflict. Present during many critical battles, the Falcon excels in combat and has proven itself able to evade capture against seemingly insurmountable odds.

T.I.E. Fighter
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The Twin Ion Engine Starfighter revolutionized fighter design and fundamentally reshaped Imperial military doctrine. Based around Raith Sienar's radical Clone Wars-era SIE-TIE twin ion engine concept, these ships were faster and more maneuverable than anything seen before, and the Empire eagerly began planning to have them replace their aging starfighter force. Though small and cheap, the first full production models lacked the power required to provide adequate shielding, hyperdrive, and life support systems.

TIE/ln Fighter
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The most common starfighter in the Galaxy, the TIE/ln is an extremely potent weapon in the hands of an experienced pilot. At the heart of this ship is the P-s4 twin ion engine, an upgraded and refined version of Raith Sienar's original SIE-TIE concept design. This engine contains no moving parts, and its ease of use gives the TIE/ln the best maintenance-to-flight time ratio of any modern mass-production fighter.

TIE/rc Fighter
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An inconspicuous but vital component of the standard Imperial fighter wing, the TIE/rc variant is the most prominent sublight reconnaissance craft of the Galactic Civil War. Though the Empire makes extensive use of dedicated scout ships, those craft are built for maximum speed in hyperspace and tend to carry massive and expensive sensor equipment. Consequently, they are not suitable for deployment in or near a combat zone as they would be easy pickings for even the most humble snubfighter.

TIE Advanced X1
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The first product of Sienar's TIE Advanced program to see combat was the X1, a true space superiority fighter of the highest quality. Driven by two sets of advanced P-s5.6 twin ion engines, the X1 can run down all but the fastest interceptors while losing only a slight edge in maneuverability to the standard TIE. More importantly, it is as robust and well protected as some light bombers thanks to an armored hull (in contrast with the standard TIE's lightweight approach) and expensive custom shield units built into the flattened trailing wing.

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