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Starfighters

T-Wing

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Craft: Rebel Alliance T-Wing
Type: Space Superiority Fighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 10 meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting: T-Wing
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: Starfighter piloting 3D+2, starship gunnery 3D+2, starship shields 3D+1
Cargo Capacity: 35 kilograms
Consumables: 2 days
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Nav Computer: limited to two jumps
Maneuverability: 3D
Space: 11
Atmosphere: 435; 1,300 kmh
Hull: 2D
Shields: 1D+1
Sensors:
Passive: 20/0D
Scan: 35/1D
Search: 40/2D
Focus: 2/3D

Weapons:
2 Laser Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill: Starship Gunnery
Fire Control: 2D
Space Range: 1-3/12/25
Atmosphere Range: 100-300/1.2/2.5km
Damage: 5D

Background: The T-wing interceptor was an interceptor originally designed to replace the A-wing. Unfortunately for the Rebellion, the end result turned out to be a poor replacement for the craft.

Like the A-wing, the T-wing was a light fast-response starfighter. The ship’s speed was similar to a TIE Interceptor, but it also included hyperdrive capability. With shield and hull strength similar to that of the Z-95 Headhunter, this craft would not last long if it was hit accurately by even a medium-power salvo.

Maneuverability was another disappointment to its designers, as it was less maneuverable than the A-wing. As per the A-wing, weapons were light, with only dual laser cannons being fitted in order to maintain maneuverability.

The Rebels used this fighter for only a short time before deciding to sell it to neutral factions, hoping to at least gain a profit. Unexpectedly, the T-wing proved very effective in the hands of such pilots as the nomadic pirate leader Ali Tarrak, and the fighter quickly became popular with independents and proliferated across the galaxy.

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