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WalkureFrigate
Walkure-class Frigate
Production information
Manufacturer

OssusTech

Product line

Military Ships — Combat

Model

Frigate

Class

Walkure

Technical specifications
Length

900 meters

Maximum
acceleration

3600 G

MGLT

77

Engine unit(s)
  • OT RTH 9K-50 engines (6)
  • OT RTH 8K-50 engines (2)
Hyperdrive rating

0.125

Hyperdrive range

Unlimited

Power output

~9.8 x 10^42 J

Power plant
  • 3 Zero point energy devices
  • 1 4.6 × 10^42 J
    • Main systems
    • Shields
    • All weapons up to turbolasers
  • 1 2.6 x 10^42 J
    • Propulsion
  • 1 2.6 x 10^38 J
    • Pulse cannons
Shielding

Equipped

Hull
  • Reactive
    • Impervium Layer
    • Molecularly Bonded Core
    • 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 Medium Pulse Cannon
  • 3 Light Pulse Cannons
  • 2 Heavy Turbolasers
  • 31 Double Heavy Turbolaser Batteries
  • 12 Ion Cannons
  • 60 Point Defense Cannons
  • 6 Torpedo tubes
  • 6 Tractor beam emitters
  • 2 mine launchers
Complement
  • 2 Squadron of Starfighters
  • 4 Lambda Shuttles
  • Repair and recovery drones
  • 750 troops
  • Space for ground vehicles
Docking bays

1 Bay

Crew
  • 4,000 Crew
  • 375 Gunners
Passengers

100

Cargo capacity

7,000 metric tons (dedicated capacity)

Consumables

4 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
  • HIMS
  • Hyperwave sensors
  • AEGIS Fleet-wide systems
  • Enhanced self-distruct system
Usage
Role(s)
  • Frigate
  • Escort ship
  • Patrol
  • Picket duties
  • Fast attack
  • Command ship
  • Communications
  • Armed escort
  • Scouting
  • Planetary defense and offense
  • Close support
  • Tactical offense and defense
  • Diplomatic
Era(s)

Post Legacy

Affiliation

Ossus Defense Force

Similar in length to the Victory-class Star Destroyer the debuted during the Clone Wars, this ship is comparatively far better equipped. It was not, however, intended for heavy duty fleet engagements, but rather more for small ship engagement (corvettes, frigates, destroyers), interdiction, picket, and patrol duty, with some ability in the realm of blockading as well.

This ship is supposed to bridge the gap between large military vessels and smaller ships, such as corvettes and gunships, since an enemy might not always attack with a large fleet first, or even at all.

NomenclatureEdit


These ships are named after ancient cities, with the exception of the Walkure, which was named after an ancient deity.

  1. Walkure
  2. Aetna
  3. Capizzi
  4. Bolae
  5. Halaesa
  6. Juliobriga
  7. Imachara
  8. Sybaris
  9. Soluntum
  10. Tharros
  11. Forum Cassii
  12. Tindari
  13. Ad Rotas
  14. Agathyrnum
  15. Batroun
  16. Hybla Heraea
  17. Lagash
  18. Lucentum
  19. Mendes
  20. Pallantium
  21. Nolitus
  22. Pitiniana
  23. Entella
  24. Al-Mada'in
  25. Saxa Rubra
  26. Tartessos
  27. Termini Imerese
  28. Singara
  29. Qus
  30. Caprasia
  31. Sarepta
  32. Stabiae
  33. Spina
  34. Tell El-Dab'a
  35. Sulci
  36. Sciacca
  37. Maktorion
  38. Oplontis
  39. Ecbatana
  40. Eryx
  41. Motya
  42. Pirama
  43. Matara
  44. Eritrea
  45. Aramathea
  46. Pingyao
  47. Lixus
  48. Crya
  49. Caudium
  50. Carthage
  51. Tyre
  52. Uruk
  53. Ushu
  54. Tharros
  55. Anuradhapura
  56. Men Nefur
  57. Khem
  58. Yamu
  59. Khasut
  60. Timinhor
  61. Damanhur
  62. Menouthis
  63. Djedu
  64. Busiris
  65. Athribis
  66. Tjebnutjer
  67. Sebennytos
  68. Tjaru
  69. Djedet
  70. Djanet
  71. Tanis
  72. Seshesh
  73. Sesha
  74. Dwarka
  75. Jhansi
  76. Dhanyakataka
  77. Kumboj
  78. Osian
  79. Sangrur
  80. Takshashila
  81. Thanjavur
  82. Abydos
  83. Aegium
  84. Akrai
  85. Amida
  86. Amnisos
  87. Assus
  88. Brauron
  89. Boura
  90. Cyme
  91. Dodona
  92. Edessa
  93. Gela
  94. Imbros
  95. Ithaca
  96. Knossos
  97. Katane
  98. Lefkada
  99. Megara
  100. Masis
  101. Myndus
  102. Nicaea
  103. Olbia
  104. Philios
  105. Prousa
  106. Pyrgos
  107. Rhegion
  108. Rizinia
  109. Samos
  110. Sidon
  111. Sybaris
  112. Tanagra
  113. Threma
  114. Vasiliki
  115. Tell Agrab
  116. Thaj
  117. Hafnia
  118. Sarnia
  119. Jericho
  120. Cantabrigia
  121. Aedava
  122. Bassania
  123. Delminium
  124. Saloniana
  125. Arba
  126. Segestica
  127. Atipara
  128. Danedebai
  129. Dierna
  130. Drabeskos
  131. Gatae
  132. Ipsala
  133. Jidova
  134. Nipsa
  135. Pizos
  136. Sandava
  137. Scept
  138. Tirista
  139. Ziridava
  140. Zurobara
  141. Zirmai
  142. Tyrida
  143. Kiten
  144. Thynia