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Efreet Class Hypershuttle

Efreet Class Hypershuttle


Efreet-class hypershuttle has a specialized low-emission oberman-engine and advanced electronic counter-measures systems. It is used mainly for low-profile personnel and material transportation, but also for long-range reconnaissance.

Most Efreet-class ships are armed with HROF point-defense cannon and a drone dispenser system. 

Crew: pilot, co-pilot, engineer, medical specialist, weapons officer.

Other: one six-wheeled all-terrain transport, two scout exoskeletons. 

This 2550 × 3300 px map comes with 4 different versions for player and GM uses. 

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Andrew J May 31, 2017 9:18 am UTC
This design unfortunately falls into the all-to-frequent problem of treating outer walls ships like boundaries rather than part of a functional ship. Apparently the engine ports on the back of the ship are decorative? Where are the massive engines that would be attached to them and the engine room toe service them? Is the mainframe room on the far port wing 2 feet tall? Because that is the only way that it could fit there. In future please begin with the actual design of a functional ship with a realistic out shape and then fit the inner components within that.
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Miska F June 01, 2017 6:48 pm UTC
I understand the issue you are pointing out. How I imagined the ship in my mind was that the side parts of the ship are not wings like in modern shuttles, but part of the hull. I would like to point out that there is a cargo door and airlocks on the sides of the ship, so the ship is more likely at least 3 meters tall on each side. The engine ports and the main engines are actually supposed to be above the main cargo bay. But all in all, my intention was not to make this ship aerodynamic or realistic in modern sense.
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This title was added to our catalog on May 30, 2017.