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Makaan3
Makaan-class Destroyer
Production information
Manufacturer

OssusTech

Product line

Military Ships — Combat

Model

Destroyer

Class

Makaan

Technical specifications
Length

1,600 meters

Maximum
acceleration

3200 G

MGLT

70

Engine unit(s)
  • OT RTH120-DLE engines (2)
  • OT RTH130-DLE engines (4)
Hyperdrive rating
  • 0.125 Main
  • 0.25 Backup
Hyperdrive range

Unlimited

Power output

~7.48 x 10^54 J

Power plant
  • 3 Zero Point Modules
  • 1 3.74 x 10^54 J
    • All weapons up to turbolasers
    • Pulse Cannons
  • 1 3.74 x 10^54 J
    • Main systems
    • Propulsion
  • 1 8 x 10^48 J
    • Shields
Shielding

Equipped

Hull
  • Reactive
    • Impervium Layer
    • Molecularly Bonded Layer, Ultrachrome laminate
    • Impervium Layer
Sensor systems

Draydax Sensor Suite

Targeting systems

Advanced LeGrange Systems

Navigation system

Equipped

Countermeasures
  • Therm-optic and energy cloaking
  • Stygium cloak generator
  • EMP generator
  • Sensor jamming / masking systems
  • De-ionizing and degaussing systems
  • Anti-concussion field generators
  • Faraday Cage
  • Signature displacement system
Armament
  • 1 Heavy Pulse Cannon
  • 3 Medium Pulse Cannons
  • 19 Light Pulse Cannons
  • 18 Octuple Barbette Turbolasers
  • 20 Heavy Ion Cannons
  • 100 Point Defense Cannons
  • 10 Torpedo tubes
  • 10 Tractor beam emitters
  • 4 mine launchers
Complement
  • 1 Wing of Starfighters
  • 5 Lambda Shuttles
  • Repair and recovery drones
  • 15 Troop transports
  • Space for ground craft
  • 1,500 troops
Docking bays

1 Bay

Crew
  • 8,500 Crew
  • 750 Gunners
Passengers

900

Cargo capacity

28,000 metric tons (dedicated capacity)

Consumables

6 years

Life support

Equipped

Communication
systems

Holonet and Subspace

Other systems
  • Holosuites
  • CEC teleportation technology
  • CEC Replicator systems
  • Lateral Manuavering Thrusters
  • Gravitic Modulators
  • Mass Detectors
  • Advanced Fire Control Systems
  • Blast Tinted Windows
  • Internal Compensators
  • Compartmentalazation
  • Battlefield Holographic Control Interface System
  • State-of-the-art computer systems
  • Solaris-class Artificial Intelligence
  • CGT sensors
  • Hyperwave sensors
  • HIMS
  • AEGIS Fleet-wide systems
  • Enhanced self-distruct system
  • Internal and external bridges
Usage
Role(s)
  • Destroyer
  • Command ship
  • Transport
  • Communications
  • Armed escort
  • Scouting
  • Planetary defense and offense
  • Close support
  • Strategic offense and defense
  • Tactical offense and defense
  • Diplomatic
Era(s)

Post Legacy

Affiliation

Ossus Defense Force

The design of the Makaan-class destroyer, while thinner than the Imperial-class, is better able to handle weapon emplacements, due to the large surfaces that allow available firepower to more easily cover all every axis than the Imperial-class. It also allows for a greater amount of firepower and the ability to have them powered with the minimal expense of space.

Due to the advanced nature of it's systems, the same kind of systems used in the Ferrin Sha-class Heavy Battlecruiser, the crew to run the Makaan is also less than the ISD's, and can even be run by the AI alone. Like the Ferrin Sha's systems, they were designed to run fully on as little power as possible, and with fail-safes, in the event that one route for supplying power was cut off, another route would take it's place. The result was that in the event that extra power was needed, it could be harnessed. Since the Makaan was not designed to carry a super laser, and has fewer weapons, it can recharge faster.

The armor plating is another difference. Bigger ships are easier to hit, and therefor require better armor. Since the Makaan is not as large, subsequently harder to target, and faster, the armor was also a point of difference, though still very much able to take a beating. Because the armor is lighter, it aided in it's speed.

Ships of this class haven't really seen much in the way of combat duty as they are a relatively new breed of ship. So far the biggest extent of their duty has been patrol and picket duties.

NomenclatureEdit


Mostly named after ancient deities. A few, however, were given names of fabled planets, people, places or things.

  1. Makaan
  2. Taqwa
  3. Fa'ahotu
  4. Adaro
  5. Oa Rove
  6. Ha'iaka
  7. Mon Moko
  8. Hine Keha
  9. Ruaumoko
  10. Titua Abine
  11. Ecaz
  12. Richese
  13. Wallach
  14. Ala Mukai
  15. Darvi
  16. Goga
  17. Makea
  18. Menchune
  19. Tahu
  20. Turukawa
  21. Hoa Tapu
  22. Afekan
  23. Ginjo
  24. Singh
  25. Atanua
  26. Atea
  27. Ngaru
  28. Paikea
  29. Attu
  30. Hagal
  31. Kiswa
  32. Adi Maliagu
  33. Ayar Acar
  34. Huaca
  35. Ayar Cachi
  36. Ayar Colo
  37. Ayar Manco
  38. Chasca
  39. Na Atibu
  40. Sihaya
  41. Remus
  42. Korba
  43. Cabal
  44. Kodan
  45. Kang
  46. Piguerao
  47. Eugen
  48. Hina Uri
  49. Hina
  50. Hina Ika
  51. Hine Titama
  52. Rygel
  53. Sina
  54. Tangata Manu
  55. Tawhiri Ma Tea
  56. Quilla
  57. Hukere
  58. Kae
  59. Dargo
  60. Abere
  61. Miru
  62. Inti
  63. Quinuama
  64. Pacari
  65. Illapa
  66. Ramac
  67. Ranginui
  68. Varima Te Takere
  69. Guamansuri
  70. Punchau
  71. Agarou
  72. Agayu
  73. Aizan
  74. Bondye
  75. Damballah Wedo
  76. Ezili Danto
  77. Ezili Freda
  78. Enzili Go Rouge
  79. Enzili Toho
  80. Ghede
  81. Ibeji
  82. Ibo
  83. Kongo Savanne
  84. Loa
  85. Loco
  86. Marassa
  87. Maya
  88. Ogoun
  89. Ogoun Fer
  90. Ogoun Shango
  91. Petro
  92. Samedi
  93. Simbi
  94. Voodoo
  95. Zaka Mede
  96. Bossu
  97. Cimetiere
  98. Cuda
  99. Shoda
  100. Kiska
  101. Demeter
  102. Hades
  103. Hephaestes
  104. Ananke
  105. Nemesis
  106. Pontus
  107. Thanatos
  108. Bishamon
  109. Tartarus
  110. Eos
  111. Themis
  112. Dione
  113. Metis
  114. Styx
  115. Lelantos
  116. Ophion
  117. Theia
  118. Mnenosyne
  119. Astreaus
  120. Iapetus
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