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Space Superiority

TIE/ln Fighter

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 Advanced X1

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.

T-65c X-wing

The Incom T-65 X-wing fighter is the Alliance's primary space superiority platform. Originally planned for the Imperial starfleet as a replacement for the venerable Z-95 Headhunter, this fighter was delivered to the Rebellion near the start of the Galactic Civil War when the entire design team defected, bringing the prototype fighters along with them.


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