J-3 Cargo Lander

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Karagin
08/07/02 12:42 AM
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Class/Model/Name: J-3 Cargo Lander
Tech: Inner Sphere / 3067
Vessel Type: Aerodyne DropShip
Rules: Level 2, Standard design

Mass: 5,000 tons
Power Plant: Standard
Safe Thrust: 4
Maximum Thrust: 6
Armor Type: Standard
Armament: None
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Class/Model/Name: J-3 Cargo Lander
Mass: 5,000 tons

Equipment: Mass
Power Plant, Drive & Control: 1,300.00
Thrust: Safe Thrust: 4
Maximum Thrust: 6
Structural Integrity: 10 250.00
Total Heat Sinks: 21 Single .00
Fuel & Fuel Pumps: 169.00
Bridge, Controls, Computer & Attitude Thrusters: 38.00
Fire Control Computers: .00
Food & Water: (200 days supply) 5.00
Armor Type: Standard (40 total armor pts) .00
Standard Scale Armor Pts
Location: L / R
Fore: 10
Left/Right Sides: 10/10
Aft: 10

Cargo:
Bay 1: Cargo (1) 3,200.00


Crew and Passengers:
1 Officers (1 minimum) 10.00
4 Crew (3 minimum) 28.00

Weapons and Equipment Loc SRV MRV LRV ERV Heat Mass
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TOTALS: Heat: 0 5,000.00
Tons Left: .00

Calculated Factors:
Total Cost: 115,799,760 C-Bills
Battle Value: 260
Cost per BV: 445,383.69
Weapon Value: 0 (Ratio = .00)
Damage Factors: SRV = 0; MRV = 0; LRV = 0; ERV = 0
BattleForce2: MP: 4, Armor/Structure: 1 / 0
Damage PB/M/L: -/-/-, Overheat: 0
Class: DM; Point Value: 3

Karagin

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CrayModerator
08/07/02 05:02 AM
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Nice workhorse cargo ship, though if you spent some cargo tonnage on armor, I wouldn't complain.
Mike Miller, Materials Engineer

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Karagin
08/07/02 06:27 AM
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This one is not intented for combat...but I am sure that there a few versions out there whose crew have added on more armor.
Karagin

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CrayModerator
08/07/02 06:49 AM
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>This one is not intented for combat...but I am sure that there a few versions out there whose crew have added on more armor.

Fair 'nuff, but note every canon civie dropship in BT has added armor.
Mike Miller, Materials Engineer

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Karagin
08/07/02 06:51 AM
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I am not say that can't be done here...just that I don't see this ship actively being used in a combat zone...BUT it might happen and I am sure that the crew will be bolting on as much armor as they can...:D

How much more is a good number to go with?
Karagin

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CrayModerator
08/07/02 06:54 AM
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10, 20 tons. Something token to handle bad landings or dockings with space stations, bad atmospheric entries, etc. Something cheap like this is ideal for the Periphery and thus pirates, too.
Mike Miller, Materials Engineer

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Karagin
08/07/02 07:00 AM
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Okay I will add some more armor.
Karagin

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NathanKell
08/07/02 09:04 AM
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Again, you could probably get by with 3/5--you still don't have to Overthrust to take off, and since you'll spend most of your time at Thrust 2 (1G), for crew reasons, you won't really notice the difference.
Perhaps a ton or so of "magic armor" to keep out the meteors, space dust, etc.
Other than that...another solid civvie design.
-NathanKell, BT Space Wars
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