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Lictor-class Dungeon Ship
Navigational Stats:
Hyperspeed: 2
Sublight Speed: 30 MGLT
Max Speed: 300 km/h
Manoeuvrability: 2.00

Sensors: 1
ECM: 0
Cargo Stats:
Weight: 800,000 T
Volume: 15,000,000 m³
Weight Cap: 13,000 T
Volume Cap: 250,000 m³

Max Passengers: 300
Party Slot Size: 12.00
Hull Stats:
Length: 764 m
Hull: 3,000
Deflector Shields: 2,000
Ionic Capacity: 1,450
Value:

5,444,018 Credits



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Details:
Turbolasers: 10
Required Raw Materials:
Quantum (Armour): 861
Meleenium (Durasteel): 8,910
Ardanium (Fuel Canisters): 1,409
Rudic (Electronics): 623
Rockivory (Antigrav Units / Mechanical Parts): 12
Tibannagas (Blasters / Lasers): 120
Varmigio (Hyperdrives): 4,557
Lommite (Transparisteel): 269
Durelium (Hyperdrives): 1,519
Affiliation:
- Rendili StarDrive
 
These dreaded ships were originally used to transport captured Dark Jedi caught by the Old Republic. Though classified as a Lictor-class Dungeon Ships, they were based off modified Mandalorian Dungeon Ships. They were first used during the Mandalorian Wars, and when not actually being used to transport Force-sensitive or Jedi prisoners, dungeon ships typically transported common prisoners. These vessels boasted a special option for dealing with unruly Force Sensitive prisoners, the Universal Energy Cage, a restraint specifically devised to hold Jedi. Regular prisoners could be handled by electric shock, aural, and chemical treatment (such as releases of hallucinogenic gases), or the droids who assist those who run these ships. Not designed for combat, they are armed with ten turbolasers. The other thing of note is the navigation computer; it can store two and only two coordinates at any given time, the location where the prisoners were transferred aboard the Dungeon ship, and the final destination. The rationale for this was that the navicomputer could conceivably be tampered with by the prisoners.


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